We tell the stories of people doing good in the world

Peppermint is an Australian quarterly print magazine focused on style, sustainability and substance. Covering slow food, ethical fashion, natural living, health and beauty, diversity, social entrepreneurs and more, it was created for the rapidly growing number of individuals who appreciate good design and creativity, but also care about social and environmental issues and things that matter.

With diverse, carefully curated content and beautiful photography – including fashion profiles and shoots, inspiring and informative editorials, and thought-provoking, behind-the-scenes features – Peppermint is a celebration of all that’s good in our changing world.

As a small, independent publication, we tell real stories with authenticity and passion. Each issue is designed to give hope and empower you to live a better, more meaningful and more authentic life. Peppermint is designed to be read, loved and cherished – laid out on a coffee table, lovingly stored on a bookshelf as part of a collection or passed onto a friend in need of inspiration. And in this fast-paced world, we feature slow, timeless content that endures – so you can take joy from each issue for many years to come.

Each issue of Peppermint is printed in Australia on PEFC-certified paper at an FSC-certified printer and is 100% carbon neutral. We’re committed to giving back by donating to charity through our Fashion Cents program in every issue, and have supported a number of local and international organisations including Save the Children, The Butterfly Foundation, SecondBite and BlinkNow.

We believe in good people. We believe that style and sustainability can go hand in hand. We believe that positive media is key to creating change.

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  • "I believe each of us has a mission in life, and that one cannot truly be living their most fulfilled life until they recognise this mission and dedicate their life to pursuing it - Blake Mycoskie, founder of life-changing shoe brand @toms 
Join us at our Melbourne PepTalks to hear from John Elliot, the Australian managing director of @toms, about how companies can create real change. Link in bio
  • Have you grabbed yourself an ethical bargain yet? It's the last day of our Peppermint Online Shopping Week, which coincides with Fashion Revolution week and celebrates good brands creating beautiful products in an ethical way. Head to the link in our profile to get up to 20% off labels like @alicenightingale, @onecolour, @kindlingclothing, @vegethreads, @outlanddenim, @woolerina, @sinerjiorganic, @alas_the_label, @bhumi_organic_cotton, @etiko_fairtrade and many others. But be quick - it all ends at 5pm tonight! (📷 from Brisbane handmade label Alice Nightingale).
  • Don't forget, Peppermint's Online Shopping Week is in full swing! To mark Fashion Revolution Week 2017 we've teamed up with some awesome ethical brands to offer exclusive discounts until 5pm this Friday 28 April. Hop on over to the blog for the code and list of brands taking part, including @little_tienda @alas_the_label and @thedharmadoor (📷 of organic, ethically-accredited loveliness from @nicounderwear).
  • Peppermint Online Shopping Week is here! To celebrate the awesomeness that is Fashion Revolution Week, we've teamed up with some of our favourite ethical brands to bring exclusive discounts to you, our lovely Peppermint community. Hit up the link in our profile to find a code and a list of labels that are offering up to 20% off until Friday 28 April at 5pm. Happy ethical shopping!
  • Don’t miss our first ever Byron Bay PepTalks event at the beautiful Byron Bay Surf Club on Friday 9 June 2017! Emma and Tom Lane, co-owners of @thefarmatbyronbay, will kick the night off by sharing their philosophy of ‘Grow, Feed, Educate’, before we welcome James Bartle, founding CEO of social enterprise fashion brand @outlanddenim, alongside Angela Simson – health and happiness coach, writer, speaker and creator of the @gratitude_project blog. Early bird tickets available until 24th April 2017, so get in quick! For more info and tickets visit the link in our bio.
  • Want to know how your favourite brands measure up when it comes to traceability, paying a living wage, factory auditing and empowering workers? The fourth annual Baptist World Aid Australia Ethical Fashion Report has just been released, providing important insights into the fashion industry's approach to labour rights. Head to the link in our bio to read all about it. #beyondthebarcode #ethicalfashion

Now, more than ever before, we need to reach out and help those who don't enjoy the same rights, privileges and luxuries we do, and make a stand for this old blue planet we all call home.

- Kelley Sheenan, Founder and Editor-In-Chief, Peppermint Magazine