This week , Nicola Tsiolis is interviewing founder and much more of the Melbourne based label A.BCH, Courtney Holm. Article By Courtney Holm is nothing short of incredible.
A Circular Fashion Label, A.BCH with Courtney Holm
15 April 2021
Sustainability: Something We Have to Do
14 March 2021
From writing up impressive transparency reports, to staff planting trees in their own backyards, the Melbourne based brand, ELK is experimenting on a journey towards a happier and healthier planet.
Coffee Bag to Surfboard Bag – Meet Billy Bags
19 February 2021
In this episode, Maha talks to Stacey Horton based in the beautiful Papamoa, New Zealand. She’s the 27-year-old woman behind the new surfboard bag business, Billy Bags. From taking old materials at op-shops and used coffee bags from a food truck, with the help of her mum, the grooviest surfboard bags are created. Each Billy Bag that is sold helps give $5 to Sheldrick Trust.
Down n’ Dirty – Princess Polly, I.AM.GIA, Kathmandu
8 February 2021
Dare to scrape at the edges of some of the biggest companies in the fashion industry today? The Greenstyle Girls bring you a new series, Down n’ Dirty; in the Fashion Industry. We observe the best and the worst in the game – looking at environmental impact, ethical considerations and social impact.
More than Jeans, Outland Denim with James Bartle
10 January 2021
This week, Nicola Tsiolis is interviewing founder and CEO of Outland Denim, James Bartle! Outland Denim was founded with a vision to enable freedom for vulnerable women in Cambodia.
Getting the World Outside with Cam Greenwood
20 December 2020
Co-founder of the Australian outdoor brand, Cam Greenwood and his wife, started Zorali in 2019. After a rocky start in business, Cam came out the other side and created Zorali. He advocates for the power of nature and what its offers in terms of sustainability and our greater wellbeing.
This Garment Transforms Lives – Erica Gadsby, ReCreate Clothing
1 December 2020
We are thrilled to share with you the conversation that Maha had with Founder and Business Director of ReCreate Clothing, Erica Gadsby.
This Is Greenstyle
24 November 2020
Welcome back to our second season of the Greenstyle podcast!
In this episode you get to know a little more about the Greenstyle hosts – Nicola Tsiolis, Maha Fier and our newest Aussie co-host Lucy Roff. We dive into what brought us to be passionate about aiding our planet, our ambitions for Greenstyle, and some interesting facts about the fashion industry which has blown our minds.
Be a conscious surfer with needessentials
27 August 2020
Welcome back to another episode of The Greenstyle! This week Nicola Tsiolis interviews passionate surfer, adventurer and founder of needessentials, Ryan Scanlon.
PANIA Label on Designing Holistically
30 July 2020
Pania Greenaway is the Founder and Creative Director behind PANIA Label. A Wellington local, she grew up surrounded by indigenous artists and craftspeople. These experiences and more fostered her love of design, art, artisanship, and conservation.
Somerside, For Your Everday Adventure
24 July 2020
In our new episode, Nicola Tsiolis is interviewing Aussie born Founder of Somerside, Gabby Samkova!
Fitness Label TALA, An Ethical Work Out
16 July 2020
Today, Maha Fier talks to fitness label TALA. TALA is an active wear brand based in the UK founded by a young woman named Grace Beverley. Grace is 22 years old, a graduate from Oxford University and was listed in the Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2020.
Surfing Sustainably with Danny Clayton
10 July 2020
In this episode, Nicola talks to Danny Clayton, Founder of Salt Gypsy. Danny is a New Zealand born ocean gal who has created a Women’s Sustainable Surf wear company that celebrates female surf athleticism, diversity and style!
Nisa Women’s Elisha Watson, Inside the Workshop
2 July 2020
This week, Maha Fier is interviewing CEO and Founder of New Zealand underwear brand Nisa Women, Elisha Watson. Nisa is an underwear label which aims to help refugee women by integrating them into the workforce within New Zealand. The mission of Nisa is to provide these women with interesting paid work while producing ‘kick-ass’ underwear.
The Future of Fashion with Clare Press
25 June 2020
The first episode of the Green Style, introducing your hosts Nicola Tsiolis and Maha Fier. Today’s episode features Clare Press, a hearty ethical fashion advocate who has been in this space for years.