Autumn Issue 53

Bobbi Lockyer's shifting lens • Citizen scientists rescuing the Great Barrier Reef • Join the #MeMadeMay movement • Talking dirty about compost • Brenna Quinlan’s activist art • AJ Clementine finds self-acceptance • Katie Kortman's many hues • Clothing the Gaps frees the flag • Social media switch off • A fun DIY bucket hat • The cosy art of hygge • Second Stitch sews community • Help yourself with Nornie Bero •

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A print magazine about style, sustainability and substance

Here’s a Wacky Idea: Stop Voting for Parties That Are Destroying the Planet

Ahead of the federal election this Saturday, Jonathan Sri – musician, poet and the first Greens city councillor in Queensland...

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Nice Rack! Inside Anna Cordell’s Splendid World Of Silk, Suits and Singers

At the risk of stating the obvious, the clothes we wear matter. And not just in the sense of sartorial...

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“Enough Is Enough”: Australian Fashion Week Is Featuring Its First Size-Inclusive Runway

In a first for the 26-year-old event, Australian Fashion Week will have a dedicated runway show for size-inclusive clothing this...

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Everything We’re Lusting After at This Year’s Finders Keepers Markets

The Finders Keepers markets are swinging their doors back open in STYLE in 2022! The Brisbane/Meanjin Autumn Winter Market is...

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May the Fabric Be With You: Meet the Founder of Me-Made May

Like many sewing movements, Me-Made May had its genesis in personal experience. Created by sewing teacher and writer Zoe Edwards,...

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Mamma Mia! Your Ultimate Guide to a Heartfelt, Handmade Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, maybe you’re hesitant to wade into the blatant disposable consumerism of novelty mugs...

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Honouring the Blak Matriarchy this Mother’s Day

Wiradjuri, Ngemba and Paakantji writer Gemma Pol reflects on the power and passion...

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Let it Zip! Tips and Tricks For Sewing with the Humble Zipper

Today, 29 April, is National Zipper Day in the US – a beloved and, obviously, well-known holiday where we all...

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More Than Just Blissing Out Under a Mango Tree? Mindful in May Helps Us Press Pause

Feeling heavy about the state of the world? It seems Mindful in May has arrived at the perfect time as...

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This Business Is Going The Extra Mile To Prove Why “It All Starts With One”

Leaning into the incredible influence of people power, local natural ingredient store earthYARD has launched a new initiative called the...

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IPCC Says the Tools to Stop Catastrophic Climate Change Are in Our Hands

Humanity still has time to arrest catastrophic global warming – and has the tools to do so quickly and cheaply...

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“My Art Has Helped Me Learn to Stand My Ground”: Meet Gunggari Street Artist Desirai

Brisbane Street Art Festival will return to the River City next month, serving up a smorgasbord of public murals, installations,...

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We can all become our own muses by reclaiming our access to hope, inspiration, safety and freedom.

– TAMARA LEACOCK, ISSUE 53