The summer issue of Peppermint Magazine is out, and it’s beautiful. Issue 20 features Jack Johnson, Neil Finn, Clare Bowditch, a Recycled Orchestra in South America, music therapy in Cambodia, sustainable summer fashion, edible natural beauty, organic tanning, raw chocolate, stunning artwork, inspiring designers, interviews, reviews, sewing, DIY and … an interview I did with the founder of One Night Stand sleepwear.
Don’t know Peppermint Magazine? Who are you? Change that right now!
Peppermint is the green fashion and lifestyle magazine, celebrating eco and ethical style with a fun, fresh, intelligent and positive spin. It was created for the rapidly-growing number of consumers who appreciate good design, fashion and creativity, but also care about social and environmental issues and where their clothing and consumer goods come from. Promoting individuality, DIY personal style, respect and ‘slow fashion’, Peppermint encourages readers to get off the trend mill by showcasing the best in eco and handmade design from Australia and the rest of the world. Fashion, accessories, natural beauty, art, film, design, social issues, lifestyle and culture: if it’s real thought and creativity you’re after, then you can bet Peppermint has got it covered.
I have been writing for these guys since issue 5, and I couldn’t be prouder. This is a beautifully put together magazine, with in-depth editorials, quality writing, an unmovable focus on the environment and sustainability, and a kind, informed, progressive view of the world. Get reading.