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AAA Design

AAA Design

AAA Design uses the best of New Zealand’s sustainable natural treasures to craft quality goods that are designed to bring pleasure to your daily life.

Amy Iddles Jeweller

Amy Iddles Jeweller

Looking back, I never thought I'd become a jeweller. However, as time has passed my interest in the art of jewellery became a need to explore jewellery making as a practice. 

My pursuit started in 2011 and it has been a constant, evolving, organic process ever since.
It is the physical act of jewellery making that I love. Experimenting with metals and texture, applying heat, using the tools and the chemical processes that unveil the intrinsic beauty of a piece. The process of crafting raw materials into simply styled jewellery that is wearable, bold at a glance but intricate up close. 

My work is made to be worn, enjoyed and treasured. I craft my pieces to a quality that they may have longevity, to be handed on and appreciated by many over time. 

Amy Iddles

auór

auór

Founded in Sydney, Australia, auór is an independent eyewear and accessories
label built from humble beginnings.

Kristen Lindesay and Claire De Luca are dear friends and the Co-Directors of auór.

Illuminating classic and simplistic style with their timeless designs handcrafted in Italy, auór honours slow fashion and fair practice as a means to realise creative kinship.

auór eyewear is designed in Australia and handcrafted in Italy using only the
highest-quality European materials.

Working together with our makers, auór produces limited runs of each frame to keep them unique for those who wear them.

In a shared vision to create functional, refined and quality eyewear, auór extends to a curation of everything we love, with a considered selection of handcrafted accessories.

Together Claire and Kristen work with all of our makers in a transparent supply chain, which supports fair practice, living by a ‘less is more’ philosophy in an effort to avoid excess of any kind.

CEREAL

CEREAL

A discerning selection of CEREAL'S favourite places to visit in each city.

They have printed guidebooks to London, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles.

Rich Stapleton and Rosa Park, Cereal’s founders, travel extensively for the magazine and were inspired to create a series of city guides that highlighted their favourite places to visit. Now, after building a loyal readership that counts on their unique, considered advice, they are relaunching the books with a fresh design and new content.

Rather than a comprehensive directory of all there is to see and do, these Cereal City Guides offer instead an edit of points of interest and venues that reflect Cereal’s values in both quality and aesthetic sensibility. Rich and Rosa have personally visited hundreds of venues in Paris, distilling their preferred locales down to their firm favourites. From lively, local-filled cafés to design-driven boutiques that channel the inimitable Parisian savoir-faire, these are the finds that that will offer a more personal take on the city. Meticulously researched and illustrated with original photography, each guide includes:

  • photo essays of striking images of the city
  • an illustrated neighbourhood map
  • interviews and essays from celebrated locals
  • more lists of essential architectural points of interest, museums, galleries, day trips outside of the city and unique goods to buy
  • an itinerary for an ideal day in the city
CONSIDERED Magazine

CONSIDERED Magazine

CONSIDERED Magazine is an independently published, bi-annual print magazine featuring sustainable and mindful lifestyle and travel articles.

We work with a community of photographers, writers, small-batch artisans and on-location locals providing a platform for them to advance their craft and share their stories and insight.

Alongside the magazine is the CONSIDERED Community, an open and inclusive community for all that favour a considered lifestyle.  Through the community we hold gatherings, online events and share a regular email edit of considered inspiration and stories.

Volume 1: launched February 2019

Volume 2: launched October 2019

COOLA

COOLA

Our quest is to spoil and protect your sometimes finicky, always worthy skin with the purest, eco-conscious suncare products possible. After all, you may obsess over what you put in your body, but think about what you put on it. We thought about it, quite a bit actually. And we consciously chose to develop COOLA using ingredients that are organic, sustainable and locally sourced, much like the foods we prefer to eat. Green, yet still luxurious, each of COOLA’s products will protect and nourish your skin with vitamins, natural-protectors, and age-defying antioxidants. And no doubt without Paba, Paraben, Petroleum or Phthalate, because who needs that in, or even near their body?  Today COOLA continues to offer high-performance sun care products that are still both delicate and luxurious enough to compliment anyone’s daily skincare regimen, no matter how fussy.

Our full line of luxury sun and skincare products incorporate a Farm to Face® sourcing philosophy, using the freshest and most natural ingredients whenever possible. Look for our organic formulas that contain over 70% certified organic ingredients and are easily identified by our organic seals. Additionally, we formulate with Plant Protection®, which allows us to achieve clinically tested, broad-spectrum and antioxidant-rich protection while using fewer traditional actives. Better for your skin, better for the environment.

Solar Powered™ Sunscreen

All COOLA formulas are manufactured in the USA and the majority of our products are crafted in Southern California in a solar-powered facility. We use the power of the sun to protect from the sun (and we think that’s very COOLA!).

Farm to Face™

Similar to the Farm to Table food movement, we believe in sourcing our ingredients and vendors locally to promote communities and jobs as well as cutting down on the costs of long-distance shipping (both financial and environmental). In addition, we can use our platform to encourage and sustain local and organic farming.

Natural Plant Phyto-Protectors

COOLA incorporates natural plant phyto-protectors into all of our products.  These ingredients, such as plankton, red algae, and red raspberry seed oil (among others), have innate sun protection qualities and help boost our sunscreen's SPF value naturally.  They also allow us to limit the number of FDA approved active ingredients we use.

MINERAL

COOLA Mineral Sunscreens contain non-nano sized mineral (physical) actives Zinc Oxide and/ or Titanium Dioxide. COOLA formulate Mineral Sunscreens uniquely, separating and encapsulating each active in an effort to keep them equidistant from each other. This equal dispersal provides not only the most transparent application but also the best protection, as the active particles evenly reflect UV rays. These ultra-lightweight, sheer formulations include the award-winning SPF50 for babies, kids, and sensitive skins and include formulas that are water resistant up to 80 minutes.

 

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Biodegradeable

These goods can be composted at the end of their useful life, leaving no trace of their existence.

Ethically Made

These goods are made by suppliers that pay fair wages, guarantee no child labour, and maintain a safe working environment.

Handmade

Handcrafted goods are one of a kind that have been created by skilled artisans often using techniques passed down through generations, rather than by automated, machine-based processes. Small irregularities are celebrated and are what make handcrafted goods unique.

Local

These goods are manufactured in the same country in which they are designed. This sustains the local economy and is more equitable for the workers and their communities. 

Natural

These goods have been crafted with materials that are derived from naturally occurring materials, plants or animals, with minimal processing. 

Organic

Goods that are made from organically grown materials and are free from harmful chemicals and pesticides. 

Recycled

In an effort to reduce waste, the design of these goods are either part or wholly made from up-cycled or previously used materials. These can be either salvaged directly in their current form or from recycled materials, such as paper, glass or metal.

Sustainable

Goods made from materials that can be replenished at the rate they are consumed, all with minimal environmental and social impact. Such as FSC wood, bamboo and wool. 

Transparent

These goods are produced by artisans or companies that are open, honest, and straightforward about their business operations. Transparency builds trust, from makers through to customers.

Vegan

These are goods that contain absolutely no animal products or by-products and were not tested on animals at any stage.