Further to my recent post ‘Fashion Revolution Week – The Importance of Ethical Fashion’, I wanted to continue my series promoting Fashion Revolution Week today, and talk about ways in which we can all make small changes and work on building a more ethical wardrobe.
I love fashion. One of the reasons Lilt Blog exists is because I am extremely passionate about design, and about clothes. But a sad truth, is that the fashion industry is one of the most exploitative and polluting industries in the world.
Over the past few years I have started to become more curious, and conscious of where I spend my money, and what brands I support. I aim to buy less, choose well and support local and international brands that align with my values.
Every time I welcome a new addition into my wardrobe I can’t help but fantasise of all the different ways I can style my new piece.
This post was created in collaboration with Discrepancy Records
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge sucker for music. I love to listen to music while I cook and clean my house. If I am home alone it is not uncommon that I will pop music on super loud to the detriment of my neighbours.
I absolutely love to dance and if you give me a few drinks and take me to a karaoke bar I will most definitely sing my lungs out.
I was raised intertwined with music, my parents always had the radio on or a cassette or cd playing in the background. I grew up listening to a healthy dose of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple and Louis Armstrong.
Today I share with you some of my favourite things from the past month in the newest instalment of Lilt Loves!
I was lucky enough this year to be invited to some of the runway shows at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival.
Overall I attended three shows. The first held at Luna Park by The Fashion Advocate, and also two shows at The Royal Exhibition Centre, the Gala Runway presented by David Jones, and Premier Runway 7 presented by Oyster Magazine.
Some of my favourite looks from the Ellery Autumn RTW show. Really like the masculine oversized suiting, that pop of mustard and the fringing. All trends I’ll happily try out!