It’s not just about the clothes.
It’s also about the animals and the people who care for them.
So why not have a home textil magazine?
It’s a home textile magazine that focuses on sustainable home textile products, which, thanks to the technology and innovation of the past few years, is becoming a viable business.
But it also has a story that touches on the very nature of the world we live in and what it means to be a member of it.
This week, home & textile’s new home, the home textiling magazine, is published in partnership with Nature, a leading conservation and wildlife news organisation.
Its mission is to bring people together to share knowledge and support sustainable textile development.
We’re honoured to work with the publisher, Nature Publishing Group, to bring the home &textiles issue to readers.
Our aim is to empower readers with a new, accessible, affordable and engaging home textility magazine.
Our editor-in-chief is Fiona Wilson.
Fiona has worked at a number of print and online publications, including the Sydney Morning Herald, The Canberra Times, The Australian, The Age, The Wall Street Journal, The Drum and many others.
Fiona is also the editor of the popular Home & Textiles blog.
She holds an MSc in Journalism and has worked as an editor at The Daily Telegraph, The Conversation, the Sunday Age and The Drum.
She was the editor for the first edition of the Nature Home & textiliational magazine.
Fiona, who has lived in Sydney for 10 years, was inspired to become a home & print editor in Australia by a personal experience in rural New South Wales, where she witnessed the devastation of fires and fires that devastated a remote town, and the devastation the local community suffered.
“I started looking into the impact of home textils and the sustainable textile industry when I went to Australia to teach journalism and journalism students how to use a digital platform to educate, empower and inform the community about home textiled products,” she says.
“This is a unique opportunity for us to showcase home textiliations latest content and offer readers an opportunity to share their thoughts and experience with the world’s leading consumer and consumer group.”
The first issue of the home textile journal features a wide range of articles that highlight the work of home textile magazines.
For example, in the section “Home Textiles Magazine” the magazine discusses the home-textile industry, how to start a home-print business, what the consumer needs to know about home-made textiles and how to be involved in sustainable home textilic production.
“It is a great opportunity for home & textile magazines to showcase the diversity of the industry, its strengths and challenges,” Fiona says.
It also explores what consumers need to know when it comes to home textilling.
“We have a lot of people who are new to home textile development, but are already using the technology.
They want to know the process, the risks and the rewards of home-printed textiles,” she explains.
“And they are often the people we need to be reaching out to to for more information.”
The next issue will cover “Home & Textile Industry & the Future”, and will focus on what home textile manufacturers need to do to grow their businesses and keep the industry growing.
“What consumers need is to be aware that the world has changed,” Fiona adds.
“The home textile industry is now the fastest growing industry in Australia and we need more and more people to be part of this industry.
We need to reach out to consumers to educate them about the home industry.”
For more information on the home&textile issue, and to get involved, visit home & texts.com.au.
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