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Clothing may be intended for everyone, but it’s not accessible for all. This is where EveryHuman comes in, an Australasian initiative which aims to create a universal mindset within the fashion industry when designing and producing clothing.  Those with disabilities are limited by what they can wear, hampering

Westfield has launched a contactless, click and collect drive-thru service for New Zealanders, available at Westfield Albany, Manukau City, Newmarket, Riccarton, and St Lukes. By using Westfield Direct, you can order online from multiple retailers in one transaction, and pick your goods up from the comfort of your

New Zealand ‘Food rescue app’ Foodprint is offering customers the option to BYO container (or ‘BYOC’) when placing a food takeaway order via its app. The goal is to normalise this behaviour amongst customers as BYOC reduces the impact of single use takeaway packaging on the environment. The

Today Deadly Ponies debuts their most innovative collection yet, featuring coveted classics made from a vegan ‘cactus leather’.The organic material is made from the leaves of the nopal cactus, a byproduct of the pharmaceutical industry which is grown only using natural rainfall and the sun on a

This week Levi’s launched a new range, Levi’s Wellthread Recycled Denim, which can be recycled again and again. The jean represents more than five years of research into circular denim design. Importantly, innovations like this allow the fashion industry to reduce dependency on virgin materials. Una Murphy,

Embarking on a goal to achieve true product-circularity, Deadly Ponies launched their first-ever recycle programme today, encouraging their community to recycle their pre-loved Deadly Ponies bags in return for a $50 voucher. CEO Steve Boyd explains “we’re not taking it back to send to landfill, we’re repurposing that

Last week Nature Baby joined Wellington’s Te Aro community with the opening of their store on Jessie Street.   The Space The bespoke space embraces sustainable, recyclable and recycled materials, like New Zealand pine wood panels and dowels. Nature Baby co-founder Georgia Faull says “we like the idea that nothing