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Riot ACT

Riot ACT

It’s a gentle summer afternoon and beneath the dappled light of tall trees, an old blue touring caravan is parked. It’s the home of Spirit Natural clothing, the brainchild of a budding entrepreneur whose vision for a gentler, more sustainable world is underpinned by some hard-headed research into how to make it happen.

Original article here - Riot ACT

Fashion Journal

Fashion Journal

Filling your wardrobe with sustainable products might seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Fashion Journal has done the hard part for you, and rounded up 11 labels giving the Earth a bit of TLC. All you have to do is go shopping.

Original article here - Fashion Journal

Locally Made Journal

Locally Made Journal

Annie & Jess Hamilton from Locally Made Journal caught up with Tom in the midst of his East Coast pop-up tour, to hear about the ideas behind the label, the qualities of hemp and the process of getting the project off the ground. 

Original article here - Locally Made Journal

Russh Magazine

Russh Magazine

Enter Snowy Mountains-based Spirit Natural Clothing, a brand whose aim is to make transparent connections between the clothes we wear and the places they come from.

Original article here - Russh Magazine

Green & Simple

Green & Simple

Spirit recently took part in The Sustainable Wardrobe Sydney - luxury curated pop-ups showcasing Australian ethical brands, run by stylist Aleysha Campbell. Green and Simple got the low-down on the sustainable fashion brands Aleysha loves that are making a sartorial difference.

Original article here - Green and Simple