Making for Good Issue

• Makers making a difference • Soothing ceramics • Sustainable mountain coffee • The fight against food waste • Denim that’s transforming lives • Future Indigenous fashion • Turning wonky veg into chutney • Self-love club • Plastic-free beauty • Good karma networks • DIY jumpsuit •

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Eco Fashion Week Australia

Eco Fashion Week Australia

GIVEAWAY! If a whole week of ethical fashion’s right up your alley (and your alley’s located in or around Perth) then...

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What she makes – Oxfam garment workers research report

What she makes: where your money goes

As little as two percent of the price of clothing sold in Australia goes back into the pockets of garment...

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Evie Willsteed Genkstasy

A day in the life: fashion designer Evie Willsteed

When you’re a one-person show, the days can be long and the nights even longer. We took a peek into...

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Anchor Pizza dough recipe

Make it yourself: pizza dough

If there’s a better comfort food than pizza, we’re yet to chow it down. It’s why we partnered with our...

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Canberra fashion and design I sustainable fashion clothing

Fashionably Numb

GIVEAWAY! If you’re in Canberra on Saturday 11th November, do we have a treat for you! As part of the...

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‘Telling the stories of people doing good in the world’ is our motto here at Peppermint, so it’s only fitting...

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Hidden Harvest at Peppermint PepTalks


Illawarra-based group Hidden Harvest is on a mission to tackle food waste, one tasty plate at a time. Formed in...

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PERKii Good Giveaway – Peppermint magazine


More than 2000 years ago, Hippocrates  – father of modern medicine and all-round smart cookie – declared “all disease starts...

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Freya Latona Garage Sale Tales

A Garage Sale Tale

For writer Freya Latona, garage sales are about more than scoring a bargain – they’re a precious link to the...

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The New Jpneses at the City of Stonnington

Keeping up with The New Joneses

Small footprint advocates The New Joneses boast the totally charming mission statement of “taking green from mung bean to mainstream”...

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Plastic Fish, Lilli Waters

Take five: Lilli Waters

We love art that stops you in your tracks and makes you really think, and lucky Melburnians can do just that...

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The Last Word – Peppermint Magazine Lee Crockford


Today is R U OK Day – the national suicide prevention day that urges us all to ask the people...

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It seems to me that makers have this unique potential to bring joy to otherwise challenging historical and political moments


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  • Wow! How amazing is this dress from Brisbane label @sticksandstone.thelabel and @emiliakarlsson__ - made from upcycled Peppermint pages! This stunning dress took to the runway at the Recreate Paper Fashion Show & Twilight Market along with other papery creations from local labels like @genkstasy @the_new_garde @rubyoliveonline and @wearethegreatbeyond Well done to all involved. We know what to do with any old stock now... ✂️👗 (photos from @thenakedgardiner) #peppermintmagazine #nationalrecyclingweek #recreatebne #recycling #upcycling #local #handmade
  • If a whole week of ethical fashion's right up your alley (and your alley’s located in or around Perth) then we’ve got just the prize for you! Eco Fashion Week Australia takes place in Perth from 23 to 27 November, and we’ve got a double pass to a week’s worth of glamour up for grabs!
Visitors can take part in everything the event has to offer, from exclusive exhibitions, talks and hands-on workshops to runway shows that showcase the best in organic, upcycled and ethical fashion and textiles. To be in with a chance of having your name on the door at every fashion show (how fancy!), just send your details by 4pm Friday 17 Nov to, with the subject line ‘Eco Fashion Week Australia’. Good luck! #ecofashionweekaustralia
  • New research has brought the cost of cheap clothing into even sharper focus – and it makes for pretty uncomfortable viewing. @oxfamaustralia's 'What She Makes' report examines the lives of three women sewing clothes for Target Australia, H&M and other international brands – and finds that on average four percent of the price of clothing sold in Australia goes back into the pockets of garment workers. Head to the website to read one woman's story, and learn what you can do today to shake up the garment industry.
  • AND THAT'S A YES! Always pro more love ❤️ - now let's make that hypothetical yes an equal rights reality 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈 [artwork: @drawmatthewdraw]
  • Horrified by what's happening on Manus Island right now? The Prime Minister's office has opened a register for people who want to express their thoughts on current events. Simply call 02 6277 7700 and say "I'm concerned about what's happening on Manus Island" - the only details you need to give are your name and state, and every name will be included in a report that will go to the PM this afternoon. A small but hopefully powerful way of giving a voice to the voiceless. [📷 @amnestyqldnnsw]
  • Take us back! Aveda’s special breakfast at Wanderlust yesterday was the dreamiest way to start the day... ✨ #peppermintmagazine #mondaysarehard #aveda #wanderlust2017 #takemeback #findyourtruenorth #ayurveda