• eco-conscious,  Ethical fashion,  Featured,  Lifestyle,  sustainable fashion,  Travel

    To market we go

    Aja: it’s another name for Hindu god Shiva, destroyer of evil. Also, of a prince of the Ikshvaku dynasty in Hindu mythology. Aja is an Orisha, the spirit of the forest, the animals within it and herbal healers. She is a patron of the forest and all the animals within it. So with all this powerful meaning behind the name, we felt it was fitting for the latest addition to our ethical, handmade range created using sustainable practices. The Aja sandal is a toe-loop slide for all seasons. Handmade in India using traditional practices, in leather that’s vegetable tanned and ethically made, we reckon it’s the perfect sandal to take…

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    Let it rain

    So a week or so ago we hit the road with high hopes of chatting to plenty of people and businesses that are on the same sustainable, ethical path as us at the Byron Bay Surf Festival. But the rain gods had other plans! Try as it did, our little gazebo simply couldn’t protect our fabric and leather stock from the heavy, constant rain. And without coffee either, we had to call it and pack up. Kudos to the stallholders that were able to stick it out on the rainiest of Byron days – such as the sustainable and charity-minded handmade jewellery brand Two in the Sun – the marketgoers…

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    Fringe festival

    Anyone who has even cast a cursory eye towards New York Fashion Week will have received the message loud and clear that fringe is in. It’s having another moment for spring/summer 2018. In fact it’s been having a moment on catwalks for the past few years, but fringing is hottest right now. “There’s something festive and faintly subversive about fringe”, writes Ruth La Ferla in the The New York Times, and she’s not wrong. Fringe has been worn for centuries, so it’s only to be expected that it holds sway with various facets of society. In ancient Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq), fringe was worn by men and women on shawls and…

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