Wardrobe Crisis

Fashion Fail – my story for Sunday Life magazine

Monday

I wrote this piece for Sunday Life, and it ran online too – you can read the full story here:     I swear they’re breeding. That when I leave the house for work each day, they get it on together and make lots of little fashion babies behind my back. It is the only explanation that makes sense because no sane person would buy all these skirts. Except, of course, I did buy them. I am a
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Amy Campbell’s story about Sunday Best

Thursday

I worked with Amy Campbell as part of the VAMFF Writing Series this year, and it has been such a pleasure to see her grow as a fashion jounalist these past few months. She’s now writing regularly for Fashion Journal and I always enjoy reading her pieces. But of course I have a soft spot for this one, which came out this week and was inspired by Wardrobe Crisis. Thank you Amy.   Are our overflowing wardrobes destroying
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Launching Wardrobe Crisis in Sydney at KitX

Sunday

0Y8A9066 We launched Wardrobe Crisis at the beautiful Kit X store in Sydney    
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Wardrobe Crisis makes Glynis Traill-Nash’s column in The Australian

Sunday

IMG_8105 Yay! Wardrobe Crisis turned up in The Buzz. Here’s what all round amazing person, and fellow Gemini fashion writer, Glynis Traill-Nash wrote: “During last week’s Fashion Revolution Week, a time to focus on the backstory of our clothes and their supply chains, fellow fashion writer Clare Press launched her book Wardrobe Crisis: How We Went from Sunday Best to Fast Fashion ($29.99, Nero; in stores May 2).Despite Buzz being a slow reader, if the first few chapters are
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Wardrobe Crisis in the Weekend Financial Review

Saturday

IMG_8021   Thank you to the amazing Shelley Gare, Weekend Fin editor at the AFR, for featuring my book, Wardrobe Crisis, on today’s cover.   My dictionary defines luxury as “something considered an indulgence rather than a necessity”, but that might apply to a bubble bath as well as a couture gown. Today we use the word to categorise fashion in terms of how expensive it is, or appears to be: a coat from a top brand might be
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Fashion Revolution Day

Friday

Cea2_JiWAAAd5Lf-1     Sunday is Fashion Revolution Day. Turn your clothes inside out to reveal the label, snap a selfie and share on social media, asking #WHOMADEMYCLOTHES ?
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