Tommy Hilfiger joins EveryHuman
Fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger has partnered with Australian start-up EveryHuman – Australia and New Zealand’s first online adaptive fashion retailer. The Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive range was launched in July and is now available via EveryHuman to bring “modern, functional fashion” to people living with a disability. The Spring 2020 collection features the classic “American-cool with a twist” the brand is known for, with “subtle modifications including easy closures, seated-wear solutions and fits for prosthetics”. EveryHuman’s goal is to bring independence and confidence to the daily act of dressing and enable people to wear clothes that make them feel empowered.
For more information or to shop, check out everyhuman.com.au
Digital Detox Day
This Saturday, 5 September, try a digital detox! Aussie retailer Lush, mental health organisation #IAMWHOLE, and founder of beauty brand Zoella, Zoe Sugg, have teamed up to introduce Digital Detox Day, aimed at raising awareness about the negative impacts social media can have on mental health. Participants are asked to step away from social media for the entire day and take some time out for themselves and their mental health. Sugg and Lush have created a bespoke Digital Detox Day bath bomb – dubbed ‘IRL’ – available online and instore to raise funds for grassroots mental health charities.
For more, visit au.lush.com
Sheridan raises over $150k for homelessness
Homewares brand Sheridan has announced it has raised over $150,000 through the SleepSafe initiative, via instore and online donations. Sheridan and homelessness charity StreetSmart Australia are celebrating one year of their partnership, and the money raised so far will provide 10,000 sleep kits to vulnerable community members experiencing homelessness. As SleepSafe moves into its second year, Sheridan is hoping to reach 20,000 sleep kits.
Visit sheridan.com.au/sleepsafe to find out more or to donate.
Frank Green extends Disney range
Frank Green has extended its partnership with Disney, after their Winnie the Pooh designs completely sold out in the first release. They’ve now announced a new collection of reusable bottles and cups with the rest of the gang from the Hundred Acre Wood: Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet. The three new faces will join the existing characters in the ‘Sustainably Ever After’ range: Winnie the Pooh, Elsa from Frozen, Minnie Mouse and Wall-E.
The range is available now; visit frankgreen.com.au to shop or to find a stockist.