Trail Tutorials

Clothing is something we’re all consuming more of but using less.  

A heart stopping 80 billion new pieces of clothing are bought every year around the globe and as Australians we are amongst the most fashion hungry in the world. Fast forward to the end of 2020 and each of us will have sent 23kgs of clothing to landfill.

Reducing the number of purchases we make and choosing secondhand are just two great ways we can all do our bit, stay stylish and save money.

Learn how to farewell fast fashion forever by joining one of our free online masterclasses hosted by some of Australia’s brightest, best and most stylish.    

The ultimate wardrobe declutter

With Marie Kondo trained Sally Flower

Get practical tips on how to declutter your wardrobe sustainably helping you uncover the hidden gems lurking in your closet and finding new love for your old stuff. Find out more about Sally @homesanct 

🗓 Saturday 3 October

⏰ Time: 2pm Sydney 

📍 online (via Zoom)


Fashion first aid: Fight rips and stains

With Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald & Christina Reitano

Learn how to revive tired, damaged clothes from two adept clothes whisperers: mending master Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald and stain slayer Christina Reitano. Follow them on Instagram @erinlewisfitzgerald and @fashion.first.aid

🗓 Saturday 24 October 

⏰ Time: 2pm Sydney

📍 online (via Zoom)


The art of secondhand styling

With Hannah Klose & Natalie Shehata

Ever wondered how you can get this season's must have looks but also save money and the planet at the same time? Hosted by a panel of Australia’s biggest names in sustainable styling and fashion, you’ll get practical tips to help you uncover secondhand treasure in your neighbourhood and learn how to style secondhand pieces.

Follow Hannah on Instagram @nevereverpayretail to see some everyday sustainable style that doesn’t have to cost the earth! Find out more about Natalie’s adventures over at @nattystylist

🗓 Saturday 7 November 

⏰ Time: 2pm Sydney .

📍 online (Via Zoom)


This project is a NSW EPA Waste Less Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.

This project is supported by the Western Australian State Government through the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Account, and administered by the Waste Authority.