The Fabric Social Journal

Sep

Our where-to-next list

TFS Team

  Many people have reached out over the past week and asked for some recommendations of our favourite ethical fashion sources now that we are closing our doors. So we threw together this (by no means exhaustive) list of the...

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Sep

We’re closing our doors on garments. Here’s why.

TFS Team

Fiona McAlpine and Sharna de Lacy, Co-Founders, The Fabric SocialFor the last 5 years we've been proud to produce collections made from beautiful handwoven, natural fabrics (with serious feminist credentials). In a world clogged with cheap polyester, and exploitative fast...

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Feb

The profound hypocrisy of $15 girl power t-shirts.

This week, Oxfam Australia released its shocking report What She Makes. The report outlined what many of us working in the garment industry suspected: that major Australian brands such as Big W, Kmart, Target and Cotton On are not paying...

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Jan

What it’s really like to be an influencer

She’s a former fast fashion addict turned slow fashion activist. When she’s not struggling with buttons at Billy Blue College of Design, where she studies a Bachelor of Branded Fashion Design, Leah is sharing her love of ethical and sustainable fashion with her followers on her blog and Instagram.

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Nov

Boss Lady Blog: Indiga Christy

TFS Team

The first time I meet her, she’s posing comfortably in The Fabric Social’s new collection. Ironically, though, Indiga Christy has never thought of herself as a model – in fact, she much prefers being behind the camera. Born in Hong...

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