WHEN it comes to winter party dressing, it’s all about balance. Try a longsleeved mini dress such as this one with a fun metallic design, and keep your toes warm with a pair of sleek patent ankle boots. For menswear, dressier fabrics can turn casual silhouettes into great date night options. waterways and the over consumption of fast fashion are some of the practices the week-long event, which begins on Monday, hopes to highlight to consumers. Australia is among the countries leading the drive towards more sustainable clothing, with brands such as KITX and Mighty Good Undies setting an example for ethically produced fashion. Mighty Good Undies founder Elena Antoniou photographed six ethical fashion advocates, including model Rachel Rutt (pictured) and ethical stylist Alex van Os for its Bare For Good campaign, which launches next week to encourage conversations around sustainability. Ian Harrison, Chief Executive of the Australian Made Campaign, which has partnered with Fashion Revolution, said the global initiative helped raise awareness about where their clothes came from and the benefits of buying Australian made clothing.