The Big Anxiety Festival in Australia Starts 20th Sept to 11th Nov

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The Big Anxiety Festival, the biggest mental health and arts festival in the world, will explore and re-imagine the state of mental health in the 21st century.  Leading national and international artists, scientists, technology experts and thinkers will assemble across Greater Sydney for The Big Anxiety Festival from 20 September to 11 November.  Tackling the big anxieties of our times, […]

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Sema Tosya Istanbul’s Jewellery Designer Shares Her Inspiring Story

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Sema Tosya is Turkey’s popular Jewellery Designer who works with semiprecious natural stones, creating bespoke custom jewellery. Based in Istanbul, with her heart in Bodrum where she spends summers looking for inspiration, she can often be found on Bodrum beach looking for pebbles which she turns into rings necklaces, bracelets always adding her signature style. Sema’s journey started in 2010 […]

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What is September? It’s Our Art Month To Remember!

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September is our art month to remember and although it’s the ninth month in the Gregorian calendar did you know that the name September derives from the Roman word ‘septem’ meaning seven? So in light to giving this meaningful month a burst of artistic flare, we have put together seven of our outstanding art of the month! Feel inspired and […]

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How to Choose the Right Colour Palette for Your Home

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Choosing a colour palette is both an important and very daunting part of decorating your home. Most people are not very good with pairing colours or complementing them. This can end up in some serious disasters. Choosing colours is something personal. The colours in our homes show our personality and taste. Therefore, we need to be very careful how we […]

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How to Stop Funding Child Exploitation in the Fashion Industry

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Imagine that instead of going to school when you were a child, you went to work. That thought alone is probably alien to most of us, but what if this ‘work’ was labour intensive in conditions that resemble modern day slavery? Would you actively support it? The Greedy Demand for Fast Fashion Unfortunately, western society’s demand for fast fashion has created a culture within the industry […]

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