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Peppermint Magazine

Peppermint Magazine Issue 49 - Autumn 2021

Peppermint is an Australian quarterly print magazine focused on style, sustainability and substance. Covering slow food, ethical fashion, natural living, health and beauty, diversity, social entrepreneurs and more, it was created for the rapidly growing number of individuals who appreciate design and creativity, but also care about social and environmental issues and things that matter. With diverse, carefully curated content and beautiful photography – including fashion profiles and shoots, inspiring and informative editorials, and thought-provoking features – Peppermint is a celebration of all that’s good in our changing world.

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in deze editie

1 min
one tree planted for every new peppermint subscription.

let’s plant the future When it comes to the fight against climate change, every tree – and every action – matters. That’s why we’ve partnered with non-profit environmental charity One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every Peppermint subscription sold. Because although the problems our world faces may seem overwhelming, we know we can work together to create real, lasting change – one tiny seedling at a time. Now, when you take out a subscription, you’ll be helping to plant trees in vulnerable communities around the world, including North America, Indonesia, the Amazon rainforest and Australia. The simple act of planting trees helps to restore biodiversity, support reforestation, protect endangered wildlife, provide sustainable jobs and income and, crucially, store carbon from the atmosphere in a bid to prevent global temperatures rising…

4 min
editor-in-chief’s letter

Peppermint Issue 49 I recently gave a talk during which I was asked if I had any regrets about anyone we’ve featured in Peppermint. While the question was aimed at whether or not we’d ever discovered that, post-publication, a brand or individual had been dishonest about their sustainability credentials (musings for another time), I felt my chest tighten. It was a question I’d been grappling with in recent weeks, and so it was triggering something of an existential crisis. I’ve always said I don’t live with regrets – that life is a learning experience, and I wouldn’t be where I am if not for the ups – and downs – that led here. I don’t tend to wallow in decisions once made or hold on to ‘what ifs’ – instead, I focus…

1 min
penny for your thoughts

Drop us a line and you could win lovely things! Email us at hello@peppermintmag.com or tag your IG posts with #peppermintmagazine All writers published in this issue’s Letterbox will receive a pair of super-cool shades from Melbourne-based sustainable sunnies brand Szade, valued at $79.99. Every pair of Szades is recycled and recyclable – and hand-made as part of a closed-loop process using discarded, broken and faulty sunglasses destined for landfill. With a collection of nine non-binary styles in a variety of shapes and colours, Szade’s planet-friendly frames will be your functional fashion go-to in the blink of an eye. szade.com.au…

2 min
dear peppermint

So I finally got a spare second and sat down cosy on the couch to flip through a new mag that my beautiful sister-in-law gave me and, my goodness, what a beautiful issue! It’s rare, and such a treat, to flip through a mag that’s so dedicated to full pages of such beautiful art and imagery, no clutter – just beauty for the eyes! Well done Peppermint magazine, Issue 48 was such a stunner! And such a beautiful dedication to the current situation the world finds itself in. I could not put it down. – Lydia The editor’s letter in Issue 48 made me cry. It was exactly what I needed to hear. I’m an eternal optimist but I was feeling pretty downtrodden by the end of 2020. Thank YOU Peppermint for…

8 min
limelight

SLOW AND STEADY Designed in Melbourne’s Fitzroy and produced in limited releases that favour natural and biodegradable fabrics, Bul‘s tailored, timeless range are investment pieces that fly in the face of fast fashion. Three stores in Melbourne and one on the Gold Coast house their fashion, footwear and accessories collections inspired by travels across the globe (remember that?!), all created at small, family-run manufacturers to make sure their production process is ethical at every stage. Slow, thoughtful clothing that’s made to last? Get on it, quick-sticks. bul.com.au THE CYCLE OF LIFE Maori period product brand is walking the talk when it comes to providing sustainable options for those who menstruate. Made of four protective layers, each pair can hold and absorb up to five regular pads or tampons worth of blood and range in…

2 min
good news

A NEW AGENDA Having kicked off his term by rejoining the Paris Agreement within hours of being sworn in, US President Joe Biden received an open letter – signed by prominent names including Dr Katharine Hayhoe, David Miliband and Kevin Rudd – urging him to use his term to become the “climate president”. His first weeks in office have seen Biden appoint a team of climate change experts and unveil a number of measures designed to tackle the issue, including cancelling the Keystone XL Pipeline and requiring federal agencies to buy zero-emissions vehicles and clean electricity. NURTURING NATURE! WWF-AUSTRALIA HAS LAUNCHED THE LARGEST WILDLIFE AND NATURE REGENERATION PROGRAM IN THE COUNTRY’S HISTORY, AIMING TO RESTORE NATURE, BOOST AGRICULTURE AND FUTUREPROOF THE CLIMATE. FLYING HIGH The latest sneaker from Nike is a step forward for…