Posts in Movers & Shakers
Maddy Rawlings on doing it yourself, or doing it ethically.

Meet Maddy - she's one extremely talented individual. When she's not dreaming up incredible new designs to help take brands to the next level (watch this space with EME), she's busy turning pieces of fabric into simplistic yet timeless garments and creating adventures guides. 

She runs DIY workshops in the Gold Coast and posts these same creations with easy to follow steps over on her website, The Essentials Club. 

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Why your current super, probably ain't super in conversation with Alex Andrews, the co-founder of female owned Superfund, Verve .

Our daily actions from who we shop with to what we eat play a big part in shaping who we are and what we identify with, but have you ever stopped to question what the money you invest into Super with your weekly pay check invests in?

The truth of the matter is, we haven’t. It’s been on our to-do list, but it’s often pushed the end of the priority list.

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Staying raw and real with conscious mumma, Abbylee Bonny

Abbylee, aka the legend behind H + H Lifestyle, is someone who we believe the world definitely needs more of. She's raw, real and is doing her best to navigate the world between being a conscious consumer, living a healthy lifestyle, running a family and motivating those around her to raise their vibration and be the best versions of themselves they truly can be. 

We sat down with the lady herself, to learn more about what lights her up, and why she does what she does.

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Meet Emma Hakansson, the founder of ethical production agency, Willow Creative Co.

As an ethical fashion platform we know firsthand how challenging it can be to find agencies that help bring a unique creative vision to life, though without losing sight of its core values and intentions along the way.

It’s this exact issue that caused model Emma Hakansson to stick to her morals and launch her very own ethical production agency, Willow Creative Co.

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