Interview of Clair Wainwright by Freya Bennett // Still open to featuring worldwide talent I have recently stepped back to focus on sharing Australian based creatives; aiming to support and recognise their contribution in the areas of art, music, fashion, business and design (plus a heck of a lot more – no limitations).Read More
Interview of Fi McAlpine by Isabella Roxburgh // Started by three young Australian women, The Fabric Social is a Melbourne-based clothing label whose producers are conflict-affected, displaced and other vulnerable women in Asia. They are basically Fashion Without Borders.
Writing by Isabella Roxburgh // To mark this year’s Fashion Revolution Week, The Fabric Social is hosting a party on Saturday 29th April! It will go from 6pm-9pm, and will be held at 4 Gooch St, Thornbury.Read More
Interview of Claire and Tennessee by Freya Bennett // We pit women against each other every second of every day, and it’s very important to me to support other people who are fighting the good fight. It’s unhealthy, destructive and simply misogynistic to compete against other similar communities.Read More
Writing by Kim Hitchcock // Starting with that remarkable night, AFL Women’s has found a place for itself in the crowded Australian sporting landscape. Perhaps more so than anywhere else in the world, the competition for the hearts and minds of the Australian sporting public is fierce.Read More
Writing by Quincy Malesovas // Her Words is an alternative media outlet. One that provides a space for female-identifying people to share their stories of hardship and trauma, but also victories and conquests.Read More