There are over 370 million indigenous people worldwide seeking recognition of their identities, ways of life, and rights to their lands and natural resources. Francesca Willow tells us how to support them by fighting colonial conservation and cultural appropriation.
Daniel Collins tells The Peahen what he learned building his apparel company WiseFool. Brands and consumers, be wise and take note.
Decluttering? Join the world! You’ll be more effective if there’s a method to your madness, writes Tara Button. She shares her method for curating like a boss with The Peahen.
Did you just learn about sustainable fashion and want to purge all the nasty fashion from your closet? Francesca explains why that’s the worst thing to do.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Sophia Smith, an Aussie with a passion for sustainable fashion. [/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]Sustainability has been one of the top buzzwords in the fashion industry, but big systemic changes are certainly easier said than done. Eva Kruse, the chief executive and president of the Danish Fashion Institute and Global Fashion Agenda, has been pushing the sustainability agenda …
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Emily Folk[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]If you’ve been working with a clothing personal style guide to update your style and wardrobe, this means making the rounds at your usual stores or browsing online to see what fits your style, budget, and, if you’re here, probably your ethics. If you’re concerned about the latter, shopping can get complicated, fast. …
Ah, chemicals in your clothes – we don’t talk about this enough! Can they really be ‘chemical-free’ and which ones should you look out for? Cait Bagby investigates.