Sustainable Fashion – Melbourne’s Top 100

December 14, 2011 in Fashion, Melbourne+VIC, Sustainable

The Age newspapers Melbourne Magazine features 4 fashion designers who are making sustainable fashion.

ANISHA BHOYRO is a fashion designer who recently won the 2011 RMIT Student Prize as part of the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) Spotlight Emerging Designer Series.

EMMA GRACE is a contemporary jeweller and repairer. Emma’s goal is to be an international leader in sustainable jewellery design and she is well on her way to achieving that goal.

JULIETTE ANICH describes herself as a Locavore Explorer, with her most recent work on  Urban Food Maps (the reason she’s featured in The Age Top 100). However, her passion for keeping a local focus also transcends to clothing through a professional clothes swapping service that she co-founded. The Clothing Exchange is an organisation dedicated to holding professional clothes swapping events Australia-wide.

Nerida Lennon for making a documentary on sustainable fashion and the future of the fashion industry.

The Melbourne Magazine is out this week.