On Saturday October 6, Vinnies, Red Cross Shops, Salvos Stores and DoSomething launched the first national ‘Big Spring Clean’ clothing drive. Organisers encouraged people to take good-quality unwanted clothing down to their local op shop on the day.
Our current fashion climate is fuelled by the constant desire to have what is new and ‘in style.’ There is a pressure to keep up with the latest fashion trend; we need to wear whatever is in season. This desire to be up-to-date and the fear of being ridiculed for being left behind has created an environment where we rely on fast fashion.
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– by Elizabeth Sonter Australian designers Karen and Georgina, alongside cinematographer Justin Griffiths, have made it to the top ten in the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF), for their [ … ]
– by Samantha Hendricks Top Fremantle designers at the prestigious Fremantle Fashion Collective did not disappoint last night after showcasing an array of pioneering styles with the aim to gain [ … ]
– by Revathie Dhanabalan Shoppers descended on global fashion giant Zara which opened its doors of its first West Australian store yesterday at Garden City. The eagerly awaited opening of [ … ]