- @dataknut @otago @Cent_Sust @energyotago @unisouthampton @MSCActions @_ukro Gosh! Exciting - starting mine in August... 11 hours ago
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Tag Archives: The Melbourne Review
Professor John Thwaites is one of the most intelligent thinkers in sustainability and I am honoured to have his considered words on Nobody was Dirty published in The Melbourne Review.
Latest fashion column in The Melbourne Review looking at luxury, modern consumption and the shift towards Alternative Hedonism.
The Melbourne Review Issue 2 in which I explore the Meet your Maker campaign and fair employment in the fashion industry. Kindest thanks Ethical Clothing Australia for providing information and to Cue for providing the image of their patternmaker Melinda Sammut. My original … Continue reading