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    The Movement What Is Sustainable Fashion

    The Movement: What is sustainable fashion?

    The sustainable fashion movement has revolutionised the way we shop, dress, and farewell our clothing. The demand for sustainable clothing is only growing, and more brands are beginning to shift their focus to eco-friendly production methods. So, where to start? With an oversaturated fashion market, it can be difficult to decipher which brands are...

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    VEJA Vegan Sneakers Made From Corn Leather | Available at Biome

    VEJA Drops Vegan Sneakers Made From Corn Leather

    Sneakers are a staple in almost everyone’s wardrobe. They are a practical, comfortable and stylish option for virtually any occasion. We can thank the athletes, hip-hop artists, off-duty models and fashion icons for bringing the sneaker into the mainstream and becoming an acceptable part of an everyday outfit.  We will be eternally grateful to...

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    Why air drying your clothes will prolong their longevity

    Why air drying your clothes will prolong their longevity

    Air drying your clothing is an environmentally friendly approach to drying your clothes that also prolongs the longevity of your garments. It’s essential to our sustainability journey to look after the clothing we own with love and care. Here at Biome, we believe air drying your clothing where possible is a part of this. ...

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    Veja sneakers available now at Biome

    Why VEJA’s are the only brand of sneaker you need

    We all know that the sneaker trend has only gained more and more popularity over the past few years, and for good reason; it is now perfectly acceptable- applauded even to wear your sneakers at work, out running errands and even while you are sipping on a glass of organic wine at your favourite...

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    Luna + Sun

    Teshani McManus, the powerhouse behind Luna + Sun, was not always ethically and sustainably minded. After undertaking a fashion and sustainability course and watching the documentary, The True Cost, Teshani began to feel uncomfortable wearing clothes made in circumstances where another person was exploited. “I felt ashamed I had supported labels that paid their...

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    How Outland Denim are revolutionising the denim industry

    Outland Denim was founded as an avenue to provide opportunity and support to women who had had experienced exploitation. Today, through an internationally-successful, sustainable and coveted fashion range they are truly empowering women, empowering families, and empowering communities. Read on to out how Outland Denim are revolutionising the denim industry through empowerment, sustainability and transparency. Empowerment...

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    Affordable, ethical, eco friendly wardrobe basics | Dorsu | Biome Eco Stores

    Affordable, eco friendly wardrobe basics: our top picks!

    By Slow Fashion blogger Leah Musch, @unmaterialgirl  One of the challenges we often face when making the decision to start incorporating more ethical and sustainable garments into our wardrobe is the price. The truth is there are very valid reasons behind why most eco friendly garments are more expensive than cheap fast fashion ones. When...

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    Slow Fashion vs Fast Fashion | Biome Eco Stores

    Slow Fashion vs Fast Fashion: A Beginners Guide

    By Slow Fashion blogger Leah Musch, @unmaterialgirl  In an age of hashtags and buzz words, two terms have recently seemed to gain a lot of traction within both the eco and fashion community – Fast Fashion and Slow Fashion.  Read on as we explain what these two terms mean, and why it’s so important to know...

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    Meet the Maker - Blue Jeans Project | Biome Eco Stores

    Meet the Maker – Belinda Smith, Blue Jean Sisters Project

    ‘Blue Jean Sisters’ project is an art installation highlighting human rights in the fashion industry. Modern Slavery effects 40 million people globally and women and girls make up over 70% of those effected. The goal for the installation is to make 2000 bobblehead dolls, individually handmade. While made from the same pattern and material, every doll will...

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    How to hold a clothing swap | Ethical Fashion Australia | Slow Fashion Movement | Biome Eco Stores

    How to Hold a Clothing Swap

    By Shea Wittig of @conversationswithmysister “Small positive acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world” – Howard Zinn The stats are in and they aren’t good however, Biome has come up with a positive solution in the form of a ‘clothing swap’ and you are invited to join in with all...

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    The Marie Kondo Effect | Where to Donate Clothes | Slow Fashion | Ethical Fashion | Sustainable Fashion | Biome Eco Stores

    The Marie Kondo Effect – Where Do My Unwanted Clothes Go Now?

    By Leah Musch of The Un-Material Girl If you’ve been swept up in the recent Marie Kondo tidying obsession like many Netflix viewers, you may have found yourself in a predicament. Having cleared out your wardrobes, cupboards, nooks and crannies of unwanted items and clothing that no longer sparks joy, you might have been...

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    Slow Fashion vs Fast Fashion | Build an Ethical Wardrobe | Biome Eco Stores

    Slow Fashion: Clothes You Can Feel Good About

    By Leah Musch of The Un-Material Girl It’s no secret that fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Issues span from textile waste to human rights violation, the use of toxic materials and dyes to big brands burning excess stock. Slowly but surely, consumer awareness, education and passion has helped...

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    How Green is You Wardrobe?

    Danica Ratte has her own sustainable and fair trade fashion business, started on travels around Vietnam where she was captivated by the beauty of local artisans.  Now living in Melbourne, she is a designer dedicated to sustainable fashion with stylish results. Here are some of her favourite tips for you… On my Asian travels,...

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