Our Favourite Ethical Fashion Bloggers & Writers
in Australia to follow in 2020:
When you are on the hunt for your perfect personal style, it can help to find others who have already aced their own. Once you find your style it becomes a breeze to plan and create the eco-friendly wardrobe of your dreams. To help you on your journey, we have compiled a list of ethical women in Australia that talk about ethical fashion, vegan fashion, sustainable lifestyle, minimalism, and much much more…We love them, and we know you will too.
Nina Gbor - Eco Styles
About: Nina Gbor is a personal stylist, sustainable fashion University Tutor, Climate Activist and public speaker. She loves to discuss personal style, poverty alleviation, social justice, female empowerment, wellbeing, female dignity and, of course, sustainable fashion. Alongside styling, teaching and speaking at events, Nina also runs Clothes Swap & Styling events to help ‘zhuzh up your wardrobe in a circular fashion’. We think she’s the bee’s knees and loved reading her recent blog post: Banning Secondhand clothes by the Global South; a blessing or a curse for local fashion industry?
Emma Håkansson - Hakamme
Emma is an activist, a vegan, a writer, an artist, a creative director, a model, an ethics consultant AND the founder of Willow Creative Co. Emma has worked with Animal Liberation Victoria’s campaigns to expose cruelty and create a kinder world for animals. Basically, she’s a girl after our own heart, and while these campaigns can be uncomfortable to see or to watch, it is important that you do. Emma has also written for some amazing ethical websites and magazines including Good On You, Plant Based News and Eluxe Magazine.
About: Molly runs a blog for fellow changemakers that centres on conscious clothing, sustainable travel, organic care, wellness products, and eco home content. We love her down to earth attitude and positivity, as well as her dedication to her WA community. For a good read, check out her recent blog post Why Fashion Revolution Matters in 2020.
Leah Musch – Unmaterial Girl
After a volunteering trip to Brazil, Leah experienced what she calls a ‘Fashion Epiphany’ and was instantly transformed from a fast fashion activist to slow fashion activist! Emma educates fellow style and thrift lovers on her Instagram and her website where you can find amazing posts and resources including a Beginners Guide to Sustainable and Ethical Fashion.
Jenna Flood – Ironic Minimalist
Jenna is a slow fashion stylist that educates people on the issues surrounding fast fashion, how to shop sustainably and how to style your own wardrobe. When she isn’t at clothes swaps or op shops, Jenna is an editorial fashion stylist, using all thrifted, vintage, or sustainable clothing. We love Jenna’s minimalist wardrobe and tips on how we can all make the most of our clothes. Check out her recent post: One Turtle Neck, Five Ways and start your education today!
All images are from Instagram.