Sustainable fashion brands and stores UK

Here is an overview of all the sustainable fashion brands and stores that are available via Project Cece and that deliver in the UK. Click on the stores or brands to find out exactly what they do to make the world a better place. Project Cece is a website that collects fair and sustainable clothing from different webshops on one website so it becomes very easy to find clothing that fits your style, budget, and values. From vegan shoes and bags to organic dresses and jackets, and fair trade T-shirts. You can find it all on the Project Cece website.

  • Largest collection of sustainable stores combined

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  • Including small, original retailers

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Designed in Barcelona and made in Alicante: ALOHAS likes to keep it local. This allows them to visit the workshops regularly to ensure that they produce in a fair manner and in a pleasant working environment. This brand works with a pre-order system, with which they counteract overproduction. They believe is one of the biggest problems of the current fashion industry. The brand offers some shoes that are made entirely of vegan material, making them pioneers in offering stylish, vegan shoes. In addition to shoes, ALOHAS also makes jewelry and clothing from natural materials. In 2020 ALOHAS will work with 12 sustainable plans that deal with the 3 Ps: planet, people and profit. They will post monthly updates on their website.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £5.37 in the UK and free for purchases above £170.

Delivery time: 3-4 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Anekdot is a sexy lingerie brand from Berlin. All products are made from upcycled vintage fabrics. These fabrics are leftovers from other brands, so they have never been worn before. Because no new fabrics are made for Anekdot lingerie, it is a lot more environmentally friendly than other lingerie. The items are produced in Germany, which guarantees fair working conditions and quality.


Practical information:

Shipping rate:  £ 5,89 in the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical shop



The collection of Aqua & Rock has been designed and produced in the UK, utilizing British based manufacturers in England and Scotland. They started their business with the question ‘Can one person make a difference?’ and their answer was ‘Yes!’. Now they want to show the power of one in the sustainable fashion industry. They want to empower each and every individual to take action to help the planet. Aqua & Rock has built some great relationships with sustainable suppliers and uses waste cotton that has been saved from landfills, as well as recycled plastic bottles for their amazing items. The dresses are made from Aqua Triblend, a recovered high-density-polyethylene found from ocean plastic and textile waste. Moreover, the brand uses several other natural materials sourced in Italy, Spain and Portugal, like linen, and they use wool from certified UK farms. Vegetable ink is used for the printing processes and the packaging is made from recycled material.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free shipping in the UK

Delivery time: 3-5 days

Address: No physical store



Ashley Raynor, specialist in innovative fashion, makes sustainable and conscious clothing in her own studio. She uses environmentally friendly materials that are often certified by GOTS, Soil Association and Oeko-Tex. Ashley Raynor is an innovative brand that experiments with recycled materials and materials such as bamboo and cork. The dyeing and printing of prints is done by hand, using the least polluting paint materials and techniques. Because the collections are made in the studio, Ashley Raynor can ensure that the quality remains high and the environmental impact remains low. The clothing is made in the UK by Ashley herself under good working conditions.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £3.50

Delivery time: 2-8 weeks for made to order products

Address: No physical store



Atelier D'Afrique is a brand in Ghana that sells beautiful products with an African look and feel. The clothing is made from fabrics purchased at the Ghanaian markets, with which the brand tries to stimulate the local economy. Fabrics are thrown away as little as possible and accessories are made from residual materials. Atelier D'Afrique is a made-to-order brand, which means that they will only make the clothing after you have ordered it. You can choose a model and the fabric that you want it to be made of. The clothing is then produced and sent to you from Ghana.

All clothing from Atelier D'Afrique is produced and designed in their own workshop. The designers receive an above-average local wage, free accommodation and permanent contracts. In addition, they try to give young people, mostly young and single mothers, the opportunity to learn the profession within the company by training them for a small salary.


Practical information:

Shipping costs: Free delivery

Delivery time: It takes 5-10 business days to make the clothes and 3-5 business days for delivery.

Address: No physical store



AURAI SWIM is an eco ethical swimwear brand created by the Italian-Brazilian designer Natalia Bertolo. The brand is located in Australia, but the swimwear is made in Natalia's hometown in southern Brazil. The items are made there under fair working conditions, for a fair wage during normal working hours.

AURAI only uses environmentally friendly materials for their products. For example, they use ECONYL®, this is nylon made from recycled plastic (especially fishing nets) that has been removed from the sea. AURAI uses AMNI SOUL ECO® for the latest collection, this material is 100% biodegradable. This material only starts to break down if it ends up in a landfill, since it only breaks down in the special conditions of a landfill.

The AURAI items are digitally printed. This saves a lot of water and chemicals. The products are then packaged in reusable terry bags and in boxes made from 100% recycled paper.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £5,-

Delivery time: 3-10 business days

Address: No physical store



Avant Habit makes clothing with unique designs from visual artists. All clothing is made from certified organic cotton and comes from Stanley & Stella factories in Bangladesh, Portugal and China. Th supplier Stanley & Stella is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, so the clothing is produced in a fair working environment. Avant Habit has a supplier in the UK for the finishing of the products: Teemill. Teemill produces on demand, uses sustainable packaging material, uses renewable energy and is working on a circular future by making new t-shirts from old t-shirts. In addition, they also support various charities.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free

Delivery time: 3-5 business days

Address: No physical store



Baukjen's clothing is made in 16 family workshops in Portugal, 1 workshop in Bulgaria and 1 factory in China. They are in close contact with these workshops to keep a close eye on the working conditions. Baukjen and maternity subsidiary label Isabella Oliver are certified B Corporations by B Corp. This certificate is issued to companies that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and legal liability to balance purpose and profit. The brand uses sustainable and natural materials such as viscose from Lenzing ™ Ecovero ™, organic cotton, mulesing-free wool and Italian linen. Baukjen plants a tree for every order, and they support multiple charities around women and children, including the Children's Trust Tree Project.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £3.95 and free for orders over £59

Delivery time: 2-4 business days

Address: No physical store



Be free is a German vegan shoe brand. They make their shoes in Portugal under fair working conditions. The shoes are made from environmentally friendly materials and they are very transparent on every part of the shoe:

  • The top material is a vegan microfibre, parts of which are recycled material. This material comes from Italy.
  • The lining is made of vegan material from Spain.
  • The sole is made of rubber, 30% of which is recycled, this comes from Portugal.
  • The laces are made of the environmentally friendly material Tencel that comes from Italy.
  • The shoes are packed in recycled cardboard from Portugal.

Practical information

Shipping rate: £7.74 in Europe

Delivery time: -

Address: No phyiscal store



Be Kind is a children's clothing brand for children between 2 and 10 years old. Transparency is very important to Be Kind, which is why every item of clothing receives a transparency card, this states exactly where and how it was produced. Be Kind makes all their products from sustainable materials, such as GOTS certified organic cotton from Turkey, linen from France and recycled fabrics. They do not use animal dyes and the clothing is therefore suitable for vegans. The clothing is sewn together in Portugal under fair working conditions.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £9,14 in the UK

Delivery time:  2-6 business days

Address:  Concept Store: Blur
Mooierstraat 18 , Netherlands
3811 EB Amersfoort
The Netherlands

 

 



Beaumont Organic is an ethical fashion brand that was founded in 2008 by Hannah Beaumont-Laurencia. The goal of this brand was to create conscious apparel for the modern women.
All the clothing from Beaumont Organic is produced in the EU, for example in England and in Portugal. They pay fair wages and provide good working conditions for their staff. The brand releases two collections every year but ensures that the studios have enough time to produce these collections and do not avoid unreasonably long days.
Beaumont Organic also uses sustainable fabrics, such as GOTS certified organic cotton, linen, bamboo and residues from other productions.
And they donate 1% of their annual profit to The Beaumont Organic Foundation, which helps the population on Fiji island of Taveuni by, for example, renovating the local hospital and schools.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: Free shipping in the UK for orders above £75,-
£5,- within the UK.

Shipping time: 3 working days

Address: 49 Hilton Street, M1 2EF, Manchester



It is the aim of Bhoomi to break the norm of trends and fashion seasons by creating timeless apparel and accessories that stay in your ethical wardrobe for years. Bhoomi's clothing is made fair trade in a small family workshop in India, run by two sisters. A total of 15 people work here, including the two sisters as owners. Bhoomi visits this studio twice a year and also has regular contact via video calls. The materials come from two suppliers in Ahmedabad, India and are GOTS certified, which means that they are produced in a fair and organic manner. Bhoomi's clothing is made of, among other things, organic cotton, linen, FSC certified modal and cupro. The brand also uses hand-woven cotton, a fabric with a low ecological footprint that does not need water and electricity: it is woven by hand. Bhoomi only uses compostable packaging, for both their suppliers and customers.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £4.50 in the UK. And free for orders above £90.

Delivery time: 4-5 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Practical information:

Delivery rate: £ 3.95 and free for orders above £ 50,-

Delivery time: 2-3 working days

Address: No physical store



Birdsong clothing is colourful, feminine and 100% fair trade produced in the UK. The brand uses organic cotton, Tencel's natural material from wood pulp, and 100% mulesing-free wool from Wool and the Gang for the scarves and knitwear. The fabrics are printed with eco-pigments in Lancashire and the garments are made in community workshops in London. In these workshops, the clothing is made by female migrants, older women, adults with disabilities and local people with a distance to the labour market. They are given the opportunity to make sustainable clothing for a fair wage.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £1.99 in the UK, shipped by Royal Mail. 

Delivery time: 1-2 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Music, culture, travel, and art are important sources of inspiration for Brava Fabrics. For them, fashion is more than hip, seasonal items. They take the time to design unique designs with a story. With sustainable, high-quality materials, the brand creates contemporary but timeless items. For the materials of the clothing, they use GOTS certified organic cotton, organic linen, Merino wool, recycled polyester and Lenzing Ecovero. Brava Fabrics has a workshop in Barcelona and one in Oporto. The brand visits these places several times a year. The production happens under good working conditions for fair wages. Because Brava Fabrics produces in Europe, the transport distance is kept low and therefore the CO2 emissions. Brava Fabrics would like to do something for charities in the future and will implement this in the coming months.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £4.90 with Royal mail and £6.56 with DHL Express in the UK and free for orders over £75.

Delivery time: With Royal mail 4-10 business days and with DHL Express next day delivery

Address: No physical store

 



At By Monkey they love animals, and that is not only evident from the prints of their shirts and sweaters. All By Monkey products are 100% vegan. The shirts are made of organic cotton and are printed with animal-free water-based ink. The beauty of this ink is that it also doesn't contain toxic substances that are bad for the environment and it's biodegradable. No animal products were used in the printing process, which can often be the case. The shirts that are printed are from the brand Earth Positve.

Earth Positive is a clothing line from Continental Clothing Co. a prize-winning company when it comes to sustainable fashion. Continental Clothing Co. makes high quality, fair trade and environmentally friendly products that are also PETA approved vegan. The company is working with the FWF to guarantee fair working conditions. The Earth Positive clothing line only makes products from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. The clothing is dyed with paint that has been approved by GOTS and that is Oekotex standard 100 certified. The Earh Positive line is also working hard to reduce the CO2 footprint of their production. With results: they have reduced this by as much as 90%. An Earth Positive t-shirt saves as much as 7 kilograms of CO2 compared to a standard produced shirt and a sweatshirt saves no less than 28 kg! Earh Positive is therefore a proud carrier of the Climate Neutral label.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £9.22

Address: No physical store



CANO is a young shoe brand that stands for sustainable and ethically produced shoes. Handmade by Mexican craftsmanship, reviving the traditional huarache style with a classic modern shoe.

The shoes are made of vegetable-tanned leather. This is a 200 year old method that takes 28 days with a 14 step process. This method only uses vegetable tanning agents, instead of tanning agents with dangerous chemicals. The leather comes from local farms where the cows have a nice life and because it is close to the manufacturing they have as little emission as possible during transport. Furthermore, almost no leather is wasted in the production of the shoes. This is because many small strips of leather are used. Small pieces of leather are unusable with other types of shoes, but CANO makes good use of them.

CANO shoes are produced fair trade by local craftsmen in Mexico, who are supported in keeping their traditional techniques.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £6.30 in the UK and free for orders over £135.

Delivery time: 4-6 business days.

Address: No physical store.



CANUSSA is a vegan bag brand from Spain. The bags are made from OEKOTEX certified vegan leather and is therefore free of toxic substances. CANUSSA also uses recycled materials such as recycled plastic bottles for the lining of bags. The bags are made in Spain under fair working conditions by experienced artisans.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free!

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store.



Cat Turner London is a beautifully made British womenswear brand, offering ethically made clothing from two facilities in London; a high-end studio in the north-west of London and a workshop in the east of London. Cat visits these workshops regularly and can confirm that the clothing is produced under fair working conditions. Both the managers of these facilities have also signed a document to state that they strive to comply with the main points in the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative) Base Code. Cat Turner only uses natural materials, such as Tencel, linen and cotton. Most of the fabrics are Oeko-Tex certified. The brand likes cotton because it is breathable and biodegradable. It uses deadstock cotton and normal cotton and is looking for suitable partners for organic / fairtrade alternatives. Cat Turner London also uses biodegradable packaging and marketing materials.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free in the UK.

Delivery time: 3 to 6 business days.

Address: No physical store.



chaYkra is a London based wellness wear brand founded by British Indian sisters, Priya & Divya. Their garments are ethically made in India from fair trade organic cotton and the designs are inspired by an East meets West fusion.

The brand name derives from the Sanskrit word for energy and the 7 chakras, energy centres in the body, are reflected in the letters of the brand name. The capital Y in the centre of the brand name stands for 'yoga' and 'you', reflecting how important it is to engage in wellness practices to balance & optimise your own energy flows. 

chaYkra works with a fair trade factory that uses GOTS certified organic cotton from the Chetna Organic cooperative. Chetna Organic works with more than 15,000 small farmers to develop and implement sustainable agriculture. The farmers receive a fair trade premium on top of the minimum price and can therefore sustain a livelihood and invest in valuable social projects within the community. The factory itself is both SA8000 and GOTS certified, so fair trade conditions are guaranteed.

chaYkra clothing is proud to be fair, sustainable and also completely vegan!


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free

Delivery time: 2-3 business days. Next day delivery and express shipping are also possible. 

Address: No physical store



Citron Jaune was founded by Jenny Randria, a Madagascar fashion designer trained in Paris. Fashion is in Jenny's blood because her grandparents were tailors and embroiderers. Jenny combines her Malagasy style with the sophistication of the Parisian woman to create beautiful clothes for girls from 4 months to 14 years old and adult women.

Why fair? Citron Jaune produces all of their clothes in their own workshop in Madagascar. There they work under good working conditions for a living wage. Many of the materials are BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) certified, which means that cotton production takes place under good working conditions and that employees are not paid less than minimum wages.

Why environmentally friendly? Citron Jaune works for 90% with natural materials that are leftovers from factories. This is partly BCI cotton, which means that the cotton is produced in a more environmentally friendly way than regular cotton (it is not organic cotton). The other part is viscose. Citron Jaune also uses zebu horn and mother-of-pearl for the finishing of some products. These are OEKOTEX 100 certified (just like 95% of the other materials) and therefore free from hazardous chemicals. All materials are locally made.

Why a good cause? Citron Jaune is committed to empowering women on low incomes by providing them with decent work with fair wages.


Practical information

Shipping rate:£8.90 in the UK.

Delivery time: 5-8 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Common Texture is an online slow fashion boutique. The boutique was started by three women who, after years of living in India, decided to share their love for the country and craftsmanship with the rest of the world. The products are fair trade and hand-made by local craftsmen and small women's cooperatives who have passed on the techniques that they use from generation to generation. Because every product is made by hand, each product is also unique. The people that made the products are paid fair wages. In this way, Common Texture tries to preserve traditional craftsmanship and heritage and to support the local population. In addition, where possible, they use up-cycled textiles to reduce their impact on the environment.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: Free!

Address: No physical store



Practical information

Shipping rate: £4,35 for European countries

Delivery time: Products are shipped from Spain

Address: No physical store



Cuitu bags and hats are produced fair trade in Turku, Finland. The workshop and studio of Cuitu are under the same roof, which ensures that the working conditions can be kept under control. The main material that Cuitu uses for the bags is surplus from dry suit production in Finland: a waterproof rubber material. Because no extra special glue has been used, the bag is not completely waterproof, but it is splash-proof. The zippers and straps come from Italy, where they are produced under pleasant conditions. The buckles come from a Finnish wholesaler, who sources the buckles from Sweden and Italy. The wholesaler provides certificates of the factories where these buckles come from. The inner labels are made of organic cotton and are made in Finland. These Finnish manufacturers have more than 70 years of experience in sustainable label printing. Cuitu follows a zero-waste policy and aims to make sustainable bags of high quality. Cuitu likes to support small, local entrepreneurs and encourages young people in schools and through local start-up projects to consider entrepreneurship. The Cuitu team is also encouraged to make sustainable choices in daily life, such as taking the bicycle or public transport to work.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free

Delivery time: 2-8 weeks, the items first need to be made.

Address: No physical store.



Demalou designs and produces eco-friendly swimwear with the active woman in mind. They have five different designs in different, colourful prints to adapt to all activities you can imagine: swimming, surfing etc. Demalou still produces in a small, fair trade factory in China. Because the brand is moving from Hong Kong to Germany, the brand wants to start producing the 2021 collection in Portugal in order to keep contact closely. Demalou will, of course, make sure that this workshop will also have good and safe working conditions and fair wages. The swimwear uses recycled polyamide and ECONYL® (recycled nylon), from Italy. With this, Demalou converts waste into valuable, fashionable swimwear.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £8.55 for Europe

Delivery time: 9-14 business days for Europe

Address: No physical store



The dress that makes every girl happy! The dresses by Dress by Mila are made locally in a studio in Amsterdam by experienced craftsmen who value quality and craftsmanship. The brand designs timeless dresses for children, which are produced ethically. The dresses are made in a limited edition, to prevent overproduction and waste. Dress by Mila tries to use as many sustainable materials as possible, such as GOTS-certified organic cotton. Dress by Mila does not use plastic as a packaging material.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £7.61 in the UK

Delivery time: Orders are shipped in 1-3 business days.

Address: No physical store



Dressarte Paris is an online clothing atelier started in Paris. All clothing that Dressarte Paris offers is tailor-made. So you can choose the standard sizes, but you can also specify your own sizes and then they make the clothing so that it fits you perfectly. The clothing is largely made in the family atelier of the founder of Dressarte Paris, in Russia. The rest of the clothing is made in other small family ateliers where people receive a fair wage and work under good working conditions.

Dressarte Paris only produces after the order, which ensures that they produce far less overproduction, and they also work as much zero waste as possible, which means that they waste as little fabric as possible. They only use high-quality natural materials that are biodegradable. Part of their collection is vegan and they use sustainable materials such as organic cotton, linen and hemp.


Practical information:

Delivery rate: £ 12.9 and free for orders over £ 172

Delivery time: 7-10 working days

Address: No phyiscal store



Elements of Freedom is known for quality, perfect fit, beautiful natural fabrics and unique prints. Clothing that is easy to style and timelessly fashionable: fashionable, but not for one season. Sustainable, also in the sense that the clothing will give you years of pleasure. Elements of Freedom's clothing is produced fair trade in factories that are regularly visited by the brand's Dutch and German partners.

The woven products are made in Sofia, Bulgaria and the knitwear is made in a knitting company in Mongolia, which works on the basis of BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative). The brand works with natural materials such as ECOVERO ™ and FSC Viscose (from sustainable wood pulp), GOTS and "Better Cotton Initiative" cotton and RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) wool. All these materials come from Europe (Italy, France and Portugal). Elements of Freedom uses bicycle couriers to send the packages. Their new building is CO2 neutral, they have solar panels on the roof and provide themselves with energy.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £8.72 in the UK.

Delivery time: 1-5 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Emily McNair collections offer nonchalant, classic and elegant pieces for modern women. Emily McNair is a fourth-generation needlewoman with a passion for exquisite textiles. She uses traditional couture techniques, that she learned at an early age from her grandmother, combined with modern machinery and production techniques. The brand is based on the belief that wardrobe staples that are made to last are able to be produced without damaging our planet.  All of their pieces are handmade in the UK, with an eye for detail. The team works with natural materials where possible, and if not possible, they recycle textiles that would otherwise be sent to landfill: this way textiles are used in circulation. Moreover, all packaging is made from recyclable/recycled material. The brand is no longer using any animal-derived textiles for their products and therefore vegan.


Practical information

Shipping rate: For orders between £1 - £50 the shipping is £3.95.
For orders between £51 - £199 the shipping is £8.95. 
For orders of
£200 and up the shipping is free. 

Delivery time: Ready to ship items will usually ship within 1 working day.

Address:

Emily McNair Studios,
2B Slad Road, Stroud,
Gloucestershire, GL51QW

 



Practical information:

Shipping rate: £8.71 in Europe..

Delivery time: The clothing is made to order so it can take up to 14 business days before the item is delivered. 

Address: No physical store



EthCrafted Accessories is a brand from the UK that makes beautiful accessories in Ethiopia. There all items are made by hand under good working conditions for a fair salary. Everything is made locally by real craftsmen, often women, of whom their craft has been passed on from generation to generation. EthCrafted gives these people the opportunity to use their craftsmanship, get a fair price for it, and helps them further develop their skills. All materials used are taken from the local environment. Everything is handmade, without industrial processes. Finally, EthCrafted plans to donate 5% of all revenue from products sold to a charity that helps the local community there.


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free delivery

Delivery time: 1-3 business days

Address: No physical store



Ethletic is a sustainable German shoe brand. Every step in the Ethletic production process is ethical. The cotton is grown in India and is organically grown and Fairtrade certified, so produced under fair working conditions. The rubber of the shoes is natural rubber and comes from FSC certified forests in Sri Lanka. This means that the forests where the rubber comes from are managed sustainably. The shoes are assembled in Pakistan under fair working conditions in a factory that is also Fairtrade certified. All Ethletic shoes are 100% Peta Approved vegan, so you don't have to worry about animal suffering. Finally, Ethletic gives $ 1 for each pair of shoes that they sell to the Workers Welfare Society at their factory in Sialkot in Pakistan.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £4.39 in the UK and free for orders over £62.67.

Delivery time: At least 5 days

Adress: No phyiscal store



FerWay Designs is a webshop that gives ethical brands a platform to be seen. The webshop mainly sells bags and accessories. All FerWay Designs brands come from Nicaragua brands that produce fair trade. These Nica brands produce with high quality and an eye for detail. Fernando Argüello, the founder of Ferway Designs, believes that with his platform he can show how beautifully ethically produced products are. He fights to make this method of production the norm because he believes that Fair Is The Way!

Practical information:

Shipping fee: £7,- and free for purchases over  £130,-
Delivery time: 3-5 working days
Address: No physical store



Funky Kalakar is a sustainable fashion company that works towards improving the future of fashion, by making a collection of vegan shoes and bags (PETA-approved). They strive to become circular because they believe that circular fashion is the way out of the current chaos. The brand uses a combination of natural and upcycled/recycled materials. The materials come from different places in India and the production takes place in Mumbai. The sole of the shoes is made from discarded car tires saved from the landfill. To date, they have upcycled over 1400 kg tires! The bags are made of a material that can be recycled up to 8 times. The packaging is 100% plastic-free (including the tape) and 100% biodegradable. Funky Kalakar deliberately does not donate to charities, because they believe that you only really empower people when you work with them instead of having them be dependent on donations. The brand does look at the needs of its craftsmen.

During the Covid-19 crisis in April, 100% of the proceeds go directly to the craftsmen. Funky Kalakar has also launched the 'Go Zero' initiative, a circular fashion initiative where the brand takes back used shoes and bags to give them a second life and save them from the landfill. Check their website for more information! Funky Kalakar believes in creating a complete sustainable experience, from design to shipping, with the following core values: circularity, veganism, empowerment and transparency.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free shipping worldwide

Delivery time: 10-12 business days (express shipping is possible).

Address: No physical store



Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free in Europe!

Delivery time: Packages are dispatched within 48 hours.

Address: No physical store.



Good Tee Co. is a UK T-shirt brand that wants to show that it is possible to both have fun with fashion, whilst loving the planet.  The T-shirts and sweaters from Good Tee Co.  are sourced from the producer Stanley & Stella. Stanley & Stella is a company that produces clothing that brands can personalize themselves. They produce under fair working conditions in 7 different factories. 95% of clothing is produced in Bangladesh under fair working conditions. Stanley & Stella is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, they produce under fair conditions and were fully checked in 2017 by the Fair Wear Foundation. You can find the report here.

The T-shirts that Good Tee Co. uses are a blend are made of 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, which means that it was sourced both fair trade and environmentally friendly. The sweaters are a blend of the GOTS certified cotton, with 15% recycled polyester blended in. They also use eco-friendly and vegan inks for printing the T-shirts and sweaters, which makes their complete collection suitable for vegans.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: £ 1.50

Delivery time: -

Address:  No phyiscal store

 

 



Hidden Beneath Underwear is an eco-luxury underwear brand from the UK. All materials they use are made or sourced from the UK and all clothing is handmade and made-to-order. So they never overproduce. At Hidden Beneath they use sustainable materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton and elastic made in the UK. The dyes are low-toxic and everything is made by hand by the owner of Hidden Beneath Underwear and her part-time seamstress. They work in the UK and therefore under fair working conditions. The Hidden Beneath items are vegan and are packaged in plastic-free compostable material.


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



Hide The Label is a beautiful women's clothing brand from London. The brand was started by the siblings Shereen and Ryan Barrett, because they thought things had to change in the fashion industry. That is why they produce stylish and ethical clothing. The clothing is produced under fair working conditions by a small factory in China, which they have often visited to check the working conditions. They try to help the factory to become certified, but because it is such a small supplier, it is still quite expensive.

Hide The Label makes 80% of their clothing from recycled polyester, for the rest they use viscose. They do not dye the clothes, but print digitally on the clothes, which saves a lot of water. The dyes are on a water basis and free from animal products. The materials used are also free of animal products, making Hide The Label a vegan brand. In addition, all clothing is transported by train, this saves a lot of CO2. Finally, the clothing tags are made from recycled paper.


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free in the UK

Delivery time: 2-3 business days

Address: No physical store



Honest Basics makes beautiful basics from GOTS certified cotton. The clothing is made in one partner factory in Bangladesh, where the working conditions are good. The factory is also GOTS certified, which indicates that the factory works under safe and healthy working conditions and provides living wages. Honest Basics visits the factory once a year to see this with its own eyes. Within the factory there are different people working with different tasks, who receive a different wage per task. The lowest wage that is paid is higher than the minimum wage in Bangladesh, but it is not generous. To do something extra for these people, campaigns are often organized: for example, food or clothing is distributed around the national holidays. Honest Basics is also involved in supporting the employees of the factory. Honest basics is aware of the environmental impact that clothing can have and that is why they are currently in the process of becoming fully circular and analyzing how much CO2 there is in the cycle of a garment to reduce this amount.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: £4.28 in the UK

Delivery time: Orders are shipped from Germany with DHL between 24 - 48 hours after the purchase. .

Address: No physical store



Iron Roots is a sportswear brand started by three friends who were annoyed by the large amount of plastic used in the production of sportswear. They couldn't find an alternative on the market and decided that they had to take matters into their own hands. By only using natural, sustainable materials such as hemp and lyocell, they want to become THE alternative to standard sportswear. The hemp fabrics are imported from China and assembled into sportswear in Portugal. The lyocellular fabrics are made in Europe and also assembled in Portugal. By producing locally as much as possible, Iron Roots wants to ensure that everyone within the production chain is treated and paid fairly.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £9,03 in the UK.

Delivery time: 3-5 business days.

Address: No physical stores.



Isabella Oliver is the label of sustainable and comfortable maternity clothes from House of Baukjen. The clothing is made in 16 family workshops in Portugal, 1 workshop in Bulgaria and 1 factory in China. They are in close contact with these workshops to keep a close eye on the working conditions. Isabella Oliver and Baukjen are certified B Corporations by B Corp. This certificate is issued to companies that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and legal liability to balance purpose and profit. The brand uses sustainable and natural materials such as viscose from Lenzing ™ Ecovero ™, organic cotton, mulesing-free wool and Italian linen. Baukjen plants a tree for every order, and they support multiple charities around women and children, including the Children's Trust Tree Project.

Practical information:

Shipping rate: £3.95 and free for orders over £59

Delivery time: 2-4 business days

Address: No physical store



Jackalo is a children's clothing brand that produces clothing that is really meant to be played in. The clothing is sturdy and is easy to move around in. The clothing is made to last and to pass on to brothers or sisters.

Jackalo's clothing is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. The cotton comes from Kyrgyzstan and Uganda where the cotton is obtained under fair and sustainable working conditions. The cotton is then woven and spun by a German producer Elmer & Zweifel, who only produces under fair working conditions. Finally, the clothing is sewn together in Portugal, where the people are also paid fair wages and work under safe and hygienic conditions.


Practical information:

Shipping costs: Free in Europe for orders above £100,-, otherwise £8,36

Shipping time: 3-5 days

Address: No physical store



Julia Otilia Organic Jewellery is a jewellery brand inspired by nature. They make conscious decisions about the use of materials and the production of the jewellery and strive to be as sustainable as possible. For the jewellery, they mainly use gold and silver, and recycled materials where possible. They also make of freshwater pearls, eco-leather, cork, organic seeds, natural nuts, and wood. All jewellery is made under fair working conditions in a small studio in Bali and the final touch they do in their own studio in Utrecht.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: £ 3,02 worldwide

Delivery time: Within Europe about 4 days

Address: No physical store

 



Jyoti - Fair Works is a German-Indian brand that produces in a fair and ecological way. The goal of Jyoti is to make clothing that not only makes you happy, but also the people that make the clothing. This starts with the raw cotton. The cotton that Jyoti uses is mainly GOTS certified fair and organic, a small part is not yet certified because a small part of the weaving companies with which Jyoti cooperates does not yet have access to certified cotton. The collaboration with Jyoti, however, gives them the chance to switch to certified organic cotton, which they will soon do.

Jyoti uses fabric that comes from various weaving companies. Jyoti puts a lot of effort into making sure that all these companies produce in a fair way. Not all of them have certifications, often because this is too expensive for them, but Jyoti has visited every workplace to see how the work is going. You can read all about Jyoti's producers on their website.

The clothing is then sewn together in a small sewing workshop in Chittapur by seamstresses who have a social disadvantage. The eleven seamstresses who work there receive a fair wage and the opportunity for training and healthcare. They are given the opportunity to work around their children's school schedule and can take out an interest-free loan with Jyoti, for example for investing in a gas stove to replace their polluting wood stove.

From seed to garment, the entire production process takes place in India, by demanding fair and environmentally friendly working conditions, Jyoti - Fair Works makes the world a little more beautiful.


Practical information

Shipping fee:  £ 5.18,- in Europe

Delivery time: 4-6 working days in Europe

Address: 
Okerstr. 45
12049 Berlijn
Duitsland



Kantala is a bag brand from Sri Lanka. The brand originated from the love for traditional craftsmanship in Sri Lanka to turn Hana leaves into Hana mats. The art of making these mats has been around for 300 years and Kantala is giving this old art a modern twist by turning them into beautiful bags and purses. The Kantala bags are made in Henavala, where the artisans still practice the art of making the Hana mats. There are 22 craftsmen working for Kantala, with ages 24 to 72, who lovingly manufacture the mats. They get paid fair wages by Kantala and thanks to Kantala they have the opportunity to breathe new life into their craft, which is threatened with extinction.

Kantala's products are 100% vegan and also Peta approved vegan. They only use environmentally friendly materials such as the Hana leaves that grow quickly, do not require watering and also do not require any pesticide or insecticide. In addition, use is also made of Piñatex ™, a material made from pineapple peels, fair trade (WFTO certified) hand-woven fabric and coconut peels. Everything is painted with Oekotex certified paint, which means that it is free of hazardous and toxic substances.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free worldwide

Delivery time: 5-10 business days

Address: No physical store



Kind Kompany was founded in April 2019 by former model Sam Howlett. During her time modelling, Sam became overwhelmed with insecurities and grew more and more unhappy. After having achieved her goal of fronting one of the worlds most known Tattoo magazine, she decided to step back from modelling and focus on finding happiness again. Sam began to change her lifestyle and incorporate mindfulness into her daily life; in addition to an ethical and sustainable lifestyle, Kind Kompany was founded.

Fair trade: the materials come from India, where they are made in a fair factory that works according to the principles of the Fair Wear Foundation. This organization periodically monitors this location.

Environmentally friendly: the clothing is made from organic cotton and the packaging is made from recycled or biodegradable material.

Locally Produced: The final product is printed locally in the UK.

Vegan: the clothing has the PETA-approved vegan quality mark and is therefore completely vegan & cruelty-free.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free shipping in the UK and £4.99 for international shipping

Verzendtijd: 1-2 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Kings of Indigo (K.O.I.) is a classic American jeans brand with a Japanese eye for detail. The jeans of K.O.I. are of high quality and are made to last and fit well. In addition to jeans, the denim brand also makes other clothing with an American street wear style. K.O.I. does its very best to be as sustainable as possible. In addition to clothing that lasts a long time, they use sustainable materials. The organic cotton that is used is GOTS certified, and they also use Tencel / Lyocell or linen. In addition, K.O.I. also re-uses their materials, usually a lot of good material is thrown away when making jeans, but they try to create a minimal amount of waste. To make their energy consumption more sustainable, 40-50% of their energy comes from their own solar panels and the products are packaged in 100% recycled cardboard. Kings of Indigo is completely Peta-approved vegan from the SS20 collection and on.

To K.O.I., treating their employees well is also very important, which is why they work together with FWF to improve their fair production. 96% of the production is controlled by FWF. You can read the 2018 report here.

Practical information

Shipping rate: £6.72 for the UK. 

Delivery time: 3-4 business days to the UK.

Address: No physical store

 



Klow is a French web store that only sells sustainable and ethically produced products. They have a good relationship with their suppliers and before they start a new collaboration they do an extensive check to see if the brand actually produces ethically. Klow considers sustainable and fair production important and therefore tries to create a community of brands that want to change the world in a positive way.

In addition to the fact that Klow only sells ethically produced products, they also give 1% of their turnover to a charity: Mary's Meal. This is a charity that ensures that children get a free meal at school in places where children often don't get enough food.

Practical information:

Shipping rate:  £8.80 and fee for orders above £143.-

Delivery time: 3-6 business days

Address: No physical store



Komrads is a sneaker brand that is consciously engaged in sustainable and fair production. The trainers are produced in Portugal and the materials come from Italy and Portugal. They visit the workshops twice a year and have close contact with the contact person in Portugal, who keeps them well informed about the business and the possibilities. The shoe is made from the residue of the apple juice industry, the final product is called apple leather. This is a fairly new process in which constant innovative research leads to improvement of the product. The other materials are recycled rubber (sole), recycled plastic (laces) and recycled cotton (laces, lining). The trainers are 100% vegan!


Practical information:

Shipping fee: £7.30 in the UK.

Delivery time: Up to 10 business days.

Address: No physical store.



KOW Lifestyle was founded in 2015 by Godie van de Paal in Siem Reap, Combodja with the idea that corporate social responsibility is not only possible, but also feasible. KOW has a collection of comfortable slippers and espadrilles for men, women and children, as well as a number of products for home decoration.

The espadrilles are made of cotton and the soles of hemp and natural rubber. The slippers are made of wool and acrylic, whereby acrylic will soon be replaced by bamboo viscose. Many of the materials come from Europe, to ensure that it is of good quality, which is an important part of KOW's sustainability objectives. The espradrilles are made with cut-offs from the local textile industry in Cambodia. To compensate for the CO2 footprint of importing the materials from Europe, KOW tries to collaborate with a local NGO that can plant trees as compensation.

KOW was set up with the idea that products that cannot be produced sustainably and responsibly have no right to exist. This philosophy means that KOW only makes high-quality products that last a long time, and with that they contribute to the slow fashion movement. KOW products are made exclusively under humane and responsible conditions. That means good working conditions, but it also means looking at what the employees need: these needs are met. For example, KOW regularly cooperates with local NGOs and employees are (financially) encouraged to follow a training course in addition to their work. The packaging material that KOW uses for the products is 100% biodegradable: cardboard shoe boxes and where plastic is needed, they use "cassava plastic" from the NGO Cleanbodia.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: £4.38 in the UK

Delivery time: 3-5 business days

Address: No physical store



Kūlson is a unisex sneakers brand that only uses European materials and has a footbed made of recycled memory foam. For every pair sold, the label donates 4% to organizations that are committed to clearing the oceans from plastic waste and removing lost fishing nets. Designed in Berlin - Made in Portugal.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £8.86 in the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



League Collective is a multifunctional sportswear brand from London. The clothing is made to be functional and stylish for different sports. For example, you can wear their bodysuit as a bathing suit, but also as a yoga or dance outfit.
League Collective makes their items from high quality fabrics made from 100% recycled material. The clothing is produced in the heart of London under fair working conditions.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £ 3,- within the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No phyiscal store



The Lorena Villegas collection is made from residual materials from the fashion industry. These materials are upcycled into unique new items of clothing. The brand prefers to produce on-demand to prevent surpluses of clothing. A part of the collection is produced in Lisbon in a nice and fair trade workshop and the rest is made by Lorena herself in Amsterdam. The beadwork is made in Colombia by a family from the Inga community. They work from home, without high work pressure: Lorena thinks it is more important that the result is beautiful and refined than that it is done quickly. The packaging is made of recycled material and Lorena Villegas has consciously chosen to produce in Europe in order to keep the emissions as low as possible. The beadwork from Colombia is also only taken to the Netherlands by friends and family when they come to visit to minimize emissions.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £7.65 in the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store

 



M.R BRAVO is a Spanish brand that makes clothes for conscious, stylish women. The clothes are made locally in Spain in small sewing studios. These studios employ women who are proud of what they make. They normally work as clothing repairers or entertainers, but for M.R BRAVO they make new clothing for their collections. Part of the collection is made by Maria herself in her own studio. The clothing is made from organic cotton, linen, Tencel and recycled material.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free in the UK!

Delivery time: 5-10 business days

Address: No physical store



madeclothing is the label of Samantha from Amsterdam. The materials come from Stanley & Stella, a sustainable Belgian company that produces clothing in Bangladesh under fair working conditions. Stanley & Stella has the PETA certificate for vegan clothing, the GOTS quality mark that has strict conditions for fair and sustainable production and the working conditions are even more closely monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation, the report of which can be found on their website. The clothing is therefore of good origin! The materials used are organic cotton, Tencel, Modal, recycled polyester and recycled PET bottles. The clothing is printed in Amsterdam using the traditional block printing technique. This technique ensures unique garments every time. The ink is water-based, free of toxic ingredients. Samantha works for herself in Amsterdam and starts to earn enough money from madeclothing that she can get a living wage! Samantha donates part of the proceeds to the Ocean Clean up, because she considers the ocean very important.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £8.11 in the UK.

Delivery time: 3-6 business days.

Address: No physical store.



The makers of Malimo wanted to create a brand that is always one step ahead of fashion. Fashion that connects people and the values ​​of our planet. Malimo means individual style with a good conscience. Malimo plants ten trees for each order. The earth is important to Malimo, so they work together with Eden Projects to make the world a greener, more beautiful place. The upcycled collection from Malimo is made entirely from upcycled silk. It's made from scraps of fabric that would otherwise have been thrown away. Each piece of clothing is made by passionate tailors who work at fair hours in a safe environment for a fair wage. Malimo works closely with a family of tailors in Mumbai whom they met on one of their travels. The coats are currently made by five tailors and two helpers who are all family members or friends. They are between 20 and 40 years old and all earn an above average wage from which they cover their needs and support their families. They work a maximum of 8 hours a day, with a break of 45 minutes, and they have a safe and comfortable working place.


Practical information

Delivery rate: Free delivery for  £87,-
Otherwise, £5.25 in the UK.

Delivery time: 1-3 working days

Address: No physical store



Maqu is a German slow fashion brand with timeless and minimalistic designs. The clothing is made from environmentally friendly materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton, alpaca wool from alpacas that are treated with respect. The clothing is partly produced in Germany and partly in Peru. Mariska, the founder of Maqu, knows all employees in Peru personally and ensures that they are well treated and paid according to the German standard for tailors.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £8.08 in the UK

Delivery time: 2-3 days for shipping and 1-2 weeks for production.

Address: No physical store.



Masha Maria takes you into the slow fashion movement. The brand makes garments and accessories with various upcycle techniques. For the Winter 19/20 Collection, Masha Maria used vintage wool blankets. This has resulted in a collection of beautifully colored, woolen coats, sweaters and scarves. The collections are handcrafted locally with local materials in Zaandam (Netherlands) by a team of around 10 people. The garments are sent with packaging made from recycled paper, completely plastic-free!


Practical information:

Shipping rate : Free shipping - 50/50 on returns

Delivery time: Orders are shipped within 2-3 days.

Address: No physical store



Mayamiko makes sustainable fashion with an African twist. The clothing is produced in Malawi under fair working conditions. They are members of the World Fair Trade Organization and act accordingly. Not only does Mayamiko do their best for good working conditions, but they also try to help the local community. Clothing that not only makes you happy but also the makers!

To support the environment, Mayamiko uses sustainable materials as much as possible. They use GOTS certified organic cotton that is grown nearby, and upcycled materials, such as silk. All Mayamiko clothing is machine washable at 30 ° C because they believe that all little bits help. They also have a "Zero Waste" workshop, where the smallest piece of fabric is still used and nothing is wasted.


Coupon:
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Practical Information
Delivery costs:
  • Within United Kingdom £3,95 (€4,64)
  • Within Europe: £5,00 (€5.87)
  • Rest of the world: £7,50 (€8,80)
  • Free delivery upon purchaces exceeding £75 (€88,03)
Address: No physical store


mimycri is a Berlin bag brand that makes bags from upcycled material. The bags are unique, handmade products made from broken rubber boats made by refugees in Berlin. They produce socially, transparently and environmentally friendly.

Mimycri combines stylish design with excellent quality. They value conscious use of resources and employ people who are at a distance from the labour market. The bags are an innovative way to deal with the problems of migration and integration. The design is minimalistic because the material they use speaks for itself. They focus on what connects us all and not what separates us. The Mimycri team wants to contribute to a world in which we help and support each other, simply because we can - and because it's fun.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Rate

Delivery time: Within 10 business days.

Address: 
Flottwellstraße 2
10785 Berlin
Germany



Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free in Europe!

Delivery time: 1-5 business days.

Address: No physical store.



More Green Times creates sustainable clothing inspired by nature. The production of t-shirts is under fair working conditions in Bangladesh. All the garments have the PETA certificate for vegan clothing and the GOTS certificate, which shows that their supplier's factories work with organic cotton. And the working conditions in these factories are monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation
 
More Green Times has a transparent supply chain that works on a fair and sustainable future. The shirts are printed in the UK, with water-based inks that are vegan and environmentally friendly. The t-shirts are shipped in plastic-free packaging, in biodegradable and recyclable paper bags.
 
More Green Times is managed from Germany, by entrepreneur Alex Milani. He wants to help people to make a fair and sustainable choice of clothing, which contributes to protect the environment for future generations!

Practical information

Shipping rate: Free shipping to UK, EU and US! Rest of the world for €11,90.

Delivery time: Production is on-demand, around 5 to 7 business days, plus the shipping times. United Kingdom: 2-5 days. European Union: 3-5 days. United States: 5-7 days. Rest of World: 7-10 days.

Address: No physical store.



MUD Jeans wants to create a world without waste. They are environmentally friendly, animal friendly and people friendly. All jeans from MUD Jeans consist of 23 to 40% recycled cotton combined with GOTS certified organic cotton. They also do their best to minimize their water use and CO2 emissions. MUD Jeans strives for a closed water loop with 100% recycling of the water they use in their factories. MUD Jeans also made the first CO2 neutral jeans with no addition of chemicals. Next to being good for the environment, MUD Jeans is also good for people and animals, they are members of the Fair Wear Foundation, and continue to do their best to improve the working conditions of their factories. MUD is also a completely vegan jeans brand that is PETA approved.

The jeans have a good fit, are durable and fashionable. Do you actually want wear a new pair every year? You can also lease the jeans for only £ 6.37 a month!


Practical information

Shipping fee:  £ 7,01 and free repair service

Delivery time: 2-3 working days

Address: No physical store




Mymarini is an innovative German swimwear brand. Mymarini's products are entirely produced in Europe under fair working conditions. The items are designed in Hamburg in Germany, the material comes from Italy and the swimsuits are sewn together in Croatia under good working conditions. The materials that Mymarini uses are polyamide and elastane, but more and more of their collection is made from ECONYL®, which is nylon from recycled fishing nets. The materials are OEKOTEX certified and therefore free from toxic substances. The swimsuit thread, labels and packaging materials are all produced in Germany.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free in Europe

Delivery time: 3-7 business days

Address: No physical store in the UK



Nightire is an urban sleepwear brand with a passion for making sleeping as comfortable as possible. All Nightire pyjamas are made from 100% GOTS certified organic bamboo - the best fabric to sleep in as it is temperature regulating (so wicks moisture away from your skin), soft as silk and easy to clean. And that’s not to mention how sustainable the material is. It needs little water, grows fast and does not erode the soil. The fact that this bamboo is GOTS certified, means that no pesticides are used at all and that the materials are produced under fair working conditions. 

The actual sleepwear is sewn in China.The owners of Nightire have not (yet) visited the factory, but they have met the factory account manager and have been assured that the working conditions are good and know that the employees regularly get holidays. Unfortunately, they cannot (yet) guarantee fair working conditions.


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free delivery in the UK for orders over £25, otherwise the shipping is £5.

Delivery time: 3-5 business days

Address: No physical store



No Nasties is an Indian brand that produces from seed to garment as sustainable as possible, so no nasties. The clothing is produced in Goa, in India. They only use GOTS certified and Fairtrade certified cotton. This is then processed in an environmentally friendly way in factories that are 100% fair trade. No toxic substances are used for painting and all workers receive a fair wage. The clothing is also 100% vegan, so no animal products are used. To do a little extra, No Nasties also plants a tree for every purchase that is made, for every person who subscribes to their newsletter and also just every day.

With this, they try to compensate a little for the distance that all their products have to travel. In addition, they only use paper and cardboard packaging, so no plastic.


Practical information:

Shipping costs: £4,30 inside Europe and free for orders above £110,-

Shipping time: 3-4 weeks (this brand is located in India)

Address: No physical store



Nooboo makes fine basics from bamboo. The Nooboo basics have a good fit and are a sustainable alternative to basics made of cotton. Bamboo needs much less water to grow and is also less susceptible to diseases, so it does not need pesticides. Furthermore, bamboo is moisture-regulating, breathable and antibacterial, so unpleasant odours don't linger in your shirt. You can wear their T-shirts several times before you have to wash it, which saves on the environmental impact of washing. 

The Nooboo sweaters are 100% bamboo and made in Portugal. In addition to bamboo, Nooboo only uses other natural materials. So you will not find blends where spandex or other synthetic fabrics are incorporated in the garments. The rest of the collection is produced in Indonesia, where they also work under fair working conditions.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £9 in the UK.

Delivery time:  -

Address: No physical store.



The journey of Ôde started in 2015 in a small studio in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Parisian, Sihame Lucio, founded Ôde to focus on women's self-care and to celebrate women diversity and inclusion. Each piece has been consciously thought, designed and crafted. Comfort, aesthetics, protection and sustainability are the main priorities.  All lace is from family lacemakers in Calais-Caudry and Lyon, France. They have a real know-how in this for centuries, resulting in high-quality lace that can last for years. The material is Oeko-Tex 100 certified, which means it is free from toxic substances. The collections are produced in a small family atelier in Latvia that meets the quality and ethical standards of Ôde. This atelier is visited two times per year.  The brand tries to print as little as possible, but if printing is happening, this is done with a Dutch printing company that uses only recycled paper. Finally, the packaging consists of a pouch made of Fairtrade Certified cotton.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £8.91 and free for order over £80.-

Delivery time: 1 week.

Address: No physical store, but available in multiple stores.



The clothing of the fair fashion brand from OHMat is made by Miss Girija and her husband in their own workshop in India. They buy fabrics in Jaipur, an important region in India for buying fabrics. The first collection of dresses is made of normal cotton, because Miss Garija had already made it. In the future, she will also work with certified organic cotton. The cotton is dyed with vegetable dye and the scarves are hand-woven. The products are vegan because a plant-based existence is very important for OHMat. Miss Garija and her husband also follow a plant-based diet. OHMat orders in small quantities from Miss Garija, to prevent overproduction. The choice to order from a small workshop instead of a sustainable factory was made consciously: these factories often still want a large order in one go.

OHMat is originally a yoga mat brand. All OHMat yoga mats are made from environmentally friendly materials, such as biodegradable natural rubber, and are printed with environmentally friendly water-based paint.

The people behind OHMat are also busy setting up a plant-based yoga retreat in Portugal. They bought 17 hectares of land there, where they live completely off-the-grid. With only solar energy, and water from local fountains. They are also working hard on a project to plant 1000 trees.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £4.17 in the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



Opaline Hue makes quality jerseys from non-mulesing Merino wool in Alabama, USA. Ethical production is important in this workplace, which you can see in the wages and working conditions. The Merino wool comes from Australia and New Zealand, is spun in China, and treated and dyed in Thailand in sustainable and responsible factories (Bluesign System standards). All products are made-to-order and the materials too, so that Opaline Hue minimizes the environmental impact. It is important for Opaline Hue that garments are of high quality and last a lifetime: how the consumer deals with his or her garments is an important part of sustainability!


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free worldwide!

Delivery time: The products are made to order, so it takes 7 days to make them. They are shipped from the USA which takes 1-2 weeks.

Address:  No physical store.



ORIGEM is a Portuguese sunglasses brand. All sunglasses that they make are plastic free and are made from the environmentally friendly material bamboo. In an artificial and superficial world, ORIGEM aims to restore the authenticity of nature to our daily lives and to reject the use of unsustainable and polluting materials. They only use sustainable material for the frames of their sunglasses. For each pair of sunglasses sold, they donate to a good cause to plant 5 trees and the sunglasses are completely vegan.

The sunglasses are produced in China by one supplier. This supplier is not fair trade certified, and the people at ORIGEM have not visited yet to see for themselves what the working conditions are like. They will go there soon to review the working conditions.


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free in Europe!

Delivery time: 2-5 business days

Address: No physical store.



The sustainable sportswear from Origin X Performance is made in a factory in Bangladesh that is GOTS certified. Which means that they work under fair working conditions and produce in a sustainable manner. The clothing is made from organic cotton and from recycled polyester and has biodegradable packaging material. All products are vegan and are PETA approved. With the One Tree Planted organization, the brand plants a tree with every order, to give something back to nature.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £2.95 in the UK

Delivery time: 3-5 Days

Address: No physical store



Olga of O’Gem makes unique jewellery for self-confident women. O’Gem wants to inspire women and transfer energy through natural stones. Olga buys these special stones locally in Amsterdam. The plated gold and silver that she uses are made from recycled material. O’Gem also uses recycled materials to package the jewelry. Olga is working on a project for the Tiny Miracles Foundation, focused on helping women in India. Olga is also concerned with the environment in other areas. For example, she participated in activities of the Plastic Soup Foundation in Amsterdam and takes the bicycle as much as possible.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £5,91 in the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



P.i.C Style is a beautiful fashion label from London that encourages being versitile with your clothing. With only 8 of their pieces you will already be able to wear 50 different styles! P.i.C Style designs their collection consciously and produces in their own little factory in London. Their clothing is produced there under fair working conditions. For their collection they use sustainable materials such as lyocell, organic bamboe, organic cotton and more.


P.i.C Style has both her own label, but also sells clothing from other ethical brands.

Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free!
Next day delivery: £7,-

Delivery time: 2-5 working days

Address: No physical store



All Paguro Upcycle products are made from recycled and upcycled materials that would otherwise have gone to landfill or would have been incinerated. The products are made by creative makers or by production in social enterprises in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the UK. The suppliers in Asia are visited once a year. Paguro Upcycle helps craftsmen from Asia and the UK make a profit to live a good life. They help them with their designs and to market their products. At the same time, the materials are given a new value. Paguro Upcycle is PETA-Approved vegan.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free shipping in the UK

Delivery time: 3-5 business days

Address: No physical store



People Tree is a brand with a clear mission: to become 100% Fair Trade and to be as sustainable as possible. They achieve this by supporting their production partners, protecting the environment, delivering quality products that convince people that they are fair and sustainable, create an environment in which discussion with the stakeholders is supported, and by setting an example for companies and government bodies that the Fair Trade model works.

People Tree has joined the WFTO, and are therefore proven to be honest. In addition, most of the organic cotton is also Fair Trade certified. More than 80% of the People Tree collection is made from 100% organic cotton, GOTS certified by the Soil Association. This means that the cotton is grown organically, under environmentally friendly conditions, and that also strict social standards are met.


 
Practical Information:
Shipment Costs:
Free within the United Kingdom
€8,40 within Europe for orders below €70,-
€4,20 within Europe for orders above €70,-
Address: No physical store


Pina Studio is a slow fashion brand that makes stylish jumpsuits for every-day-wearing. The jumpsuits are entirely produced in Europe. They are made of organic OEKOTEX certified linen from South-West Europe, which is made in Germany. The beautiful pieces were made from these fabrics in their our own studio in the Netherlands, where, of course, they work under fair working conditions for a living wage.

Pina Studio is a real 'slow' fashion brand, which means that they produce in small collections. The pieces are timeless, seasonal and of good quality. As little CO2 as possible is emitted during the transport of the clothes and the small scrunchies are made from residual fabrics so that there is as little waste as possible. The clothing is also completely vegan.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free for orders above £45.

Delivery time: 3-5 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Po-Zu is an ecological shoe brand. At Po-Zu they find it very important to only use environmentally friendly materials. For their shoes they use linen, Piñatex (material made from pineapple waste), GOTS certified organic cotton, wool from English sheep, cork, Chrome-free leather that is tanned in an environmentally friendly way, coconut shell and natural latex.

Po-Zu produces their shoes in a fair way in Portugal and Sri Lanka. On their website you can see exactly how the shoes are produced. Part of the Po-Zu collection is completely vegan.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free for all orders over £75, otherwise £5.

Delivery time: 1-3 business days.

Address: No physical store

 



Quetzal Artisan is a brand that brings handmade and hand-woven products from North, Central and South America to Europe. The goal of Quetal Artisan is to stimulate fair trade and to give real craftsmanship a stage. Quetzal Artisan has different collections that all try to make the world a bit better in their own way.

The wool collection is designed and woven by women in Canada. They use materials such as bamboo, alpaca, and organic cotton, which are spun in the Andes mountains of South America.

The Guatemalan textile collection is made by skilled women from Guatamala. The women use a special loom that comes from the ancient Mayan tradition. Working with this loom is a special skill that is passed on from mother to daughter in Mayan culture. They make beautiful designs that combine traditional and modern. The women get paid fair wages for their work, which ensures that they can support their children. They only use natural materials such as cotton and viscose, and they paint by hand using natural paint products such as tree bark and flowers.

The Guatemalan Fair Trade sandals collection was designed by women and assembled by Maya weavers in Guatemala. They receive fair wages, and the organization that makes the sandals are affiliated with the Fair Wear Foundation.

The Hiawatha boots are hand made in Canada by the original Huron-Wendat Indians from Wendake. The shoes are made with respect for the environment and the makers are paid fair wages.


Practical information

Shipping fee: Free in Europe

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store

 



Practical information

Shipping fee: £2.50 in the UK.

Delivery time: Packages are dispatched within two days from Scotland.

Address: No physical store.



Rare and Fair makes beautiful clothing and offers you a transparent supply chain. The collections are made in Thailand, where Rare and Fair works exclusively with village cooperatives, small family businesses and young local designers for production. Through these cooperatives, the hand-woven work of many craftsmen come together, creating unique products. Many of the local artisans work together as small cooperatives and register for the One Tambun One Product (OTOP) program. OTOP is a local entrepreneurship incentive program from the Royal Thai Government that supports locally made and marketed products from each of Thailand's sub-districts.

All fabrics are produced and woven by hand, no machines are used in this process and the only energy is manpower. Natural dyes are used and no fertilizers and pesticides are used in the production of our cotton. Most of the cotton is grown naturally along the banks of the Mekong River, where no additional supply of water, fertilizers or pesticides is required. Much of the silk is 100% handmade by rural villages, from raising the silkworms, unwinding the silk threads by hand, and finally weaving the yarns on the loom by hand.

Thanks to local knowledge and expertise, the natural dyes are made from regional plant species and added to the yarns using traditional hand dyeing methods. Each collection focuses on the different craft designs full of local wisdom and heritage from different regions of Thailand. In this way, each fabric tells its own story, which corresponds to the unique local culture of the community. By combining this unique local wisdom from the different regions of Thailand with modern fashion designs, each garment produced gets its own authentic identity and unique quality.


Practical information

Shipping rate: Free worldwide delivery.

Delivery time: 3-5 business days for European countries.

Address: No physical store.



Reins Clothing is a fun and beautiful brand for sustainable kids clothing. For Reins, the most important aspect of sustainability is ‘closing the loop’: reusing what already exists and turning what was waste into beautiful wares.  A small crew in the UK is working on small collections together with local illustrators. The brand works with recycled polyester, recycled cotton and organic cotton. While they are still in their start-up phase, Reins buys their items from a Belgian company using sustainable materials.  These shirts, jumpers, coats and bags are then printed with water-based screen printing in the UK. Eventually, they hope to build their own efficient and sustainable system to do what they do now by themselves and on a larger scale.


Practical information

Shipping fee: £4.00 for orders in the UK.

Delivery time: Orders are shipped the next workday.

Address: No physical store.



Renegade Guru is an Amsterdam yoga brand for men and is made by the same makers as Urban Goddess. All Renegade Guru clothing are made from GOTS certified organic cotton. The clothing is produced under fair conditions and they often visit the factories to make sure that the working conditions are good.

Renegade Guru also thinks it very important that clothing is recycled or used second-hand when you're done with it. That's why you can return your Renegade Guru purchases to Renegade Guru for a 20% discount on your next purchase! They then ensure that it is sold second-hand through the Salvation Army or recycled.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: In the UK £5.17 and free for orders above  £134.90

Delivery time: Shipped within 3 days of the order

Address: No phyiscal store



Rosie & Cooey is an online shop for kids clothing for children between 0-10 years old. It's a fun store with clothing from ethical brands that are colourful and with happy prints. Rosie & Cooey sells clothing that makes children happy, they are easy to play in, comfortable and made by happy hands. All the clothing that is sold by Rosie & Cooey comes from brands that produce in an ethical and environmentally friendy way.

Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free for orders above £25.- otherwise £3.95

Delivery time: 2-5 business days

Address: No physical store



RubyMoon is a swimming and sports brand that makes items that can be used for both swimming and sports. RubyMoon is a brand that cares a lot about people and nature, so they donate 100% of their net profit! The money goes to micro-loans for women in developing countries. The women can use the money to start their own business or to invest in their future in another way. RubyMoon has already helped more than 600 women.

Besides using their profits to help people, the products from RubyMoon are also very environmentally friendly. The items are made from Econyl, which is nylon made from recycled fishing nets left in the sea by fishermen. 48% of all the plastic in the Grand Pacific Garbage Patch consists of fishing nets, so it is very good that they can be recycled. RubyMoon also pays attention to CO2 emissions, the products they make emit 42% less CO2 in the production process than regular swimming and sportswear. The products are OEKOTEX certified, which means that they contain no hazardous substances, and are also vegan. The items are made in Spain by sewing cooperatives of women who receive a living wage.


Practical information:

Shipping costs: Free!

Shipping time: 3-5 days

Address: No physical store



Saint Basics is a sustainable underwear and basics brand from the Netherlands. This brand only makes GOTS and OEKOTEX 100 certified products. The motto of Saint Basics is: "Doing something good for yourself and the world around you can be as easy as ... putting on your underwear!". Saint Basics is a brand that really wants to give something back to the world and therefore makes wonderful basics from super soft natural fabrics, so that you want to wear them every day. All products are made ethically, with respect for people, animals and the environment. The materials that are used are organic cotton and Tencel and all clothing is produced in Portugal. No animal materials are used and Saint Basics is therefore Peta Approved!


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £7.70  and free for orders above £61.

Delivery time: 1-3 business days

Address: No physical store



At SCOON they believe in buying fewer but better items from brands that care about people and the environment. That's why you can find a wonderful selection of brands that really care about the world and the people in it in the SCOON collection.

Practical information

Shipping rate: £9.99 in the UK, free for orders over £75.

Delivery time: 2-5 business days.

Address: No physical store



Sharon Woods sandals are handmade in a small family workshop near Alicante, Spain. The company was founded by the family in 1989 and has since been passed on from father to daughter. This company is in a network with some local manufacturers (often sole traders), who make all the parts of the sandals. Now that Sharon Woods has just started, the parts are only made from 28% recycled material, but the goal is sandals made from 100% recycled and/or organic material. In order not to produce an unnecessary amount, the sandals are made on-demand. Which means that when an order is placed, production starts. All sandals are vegan. 


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £8,90 in the UK

Delivery time: 4-5 days

Adres: No physical store.



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Silfir is a store that knows how difficult it is to make the conscious choice as a consumer. So they try to make things a bit easier for you by making a pre-selection of brands they trust 100%, they have a small stock so that no clothing is wasted. They also offer a repair service because it their motto is: Wear your clothes 3x longer, because it has great impact on the world.

Practical information:

Shipping fee: Free within the EU
Delivery time: Sent from Germany
Address:
Bartastr. 1512055
Berlin
Germany



SixtyNinety is a fashion brand that was created with the aim of making swimwear that is completely sustainable but also looks good and fits well. To achieve this goal, SixtyNinety started working with the innovative Fluity CO2 material. This is a synthetic material that is 100% biodegradable. The material is Oekotex certified and is therefore free of harmful substances. This material is very suitable for swimming and will last a very long time. If it ends up in a landfill without oxygen, it starts to decompose, and after three years it will have completely disappeared. With the polyamide usually used it takes an average of 50 years. The substance is also completely vegan and SixtyNinety does not use dyes that contain animal products.

SixtyNinety also does its best to make the packaging material as sustainable as possible. They use packaging that is made from recycled plastic or that is biodegradable. SixtyNinety is also committed to fair trade. Their clothing is produced in a small factory in Brazil that is run by women. The women receive a fair wage and work under safe working conditions. 

The new collection of SixtyNinety is made of 100% recycled PET bottles. To make this collection, approximately 12000 bottles have been recycled! The items are made in Portugal by a team of 8 women, who receive fair wages and work under good working conditions.

All items of SixtyNinety are made by women for women without compromising their love for people and the planet.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: Free!

Shipping time: 2-3 working days

Address: No physical store



Siyana London is an accessory brand that mainly makes bags and scarves. Siyana is named after a small village in Rajasthan, India. Siyana is an ode to the village where the founder came from. Siyana also means protection. Siyana, therefore, tries to nurture and encourage the individuality and craftsmanship of India's indigenous artisans. All the products are produced in India under fair working conditions. Siyana works with NGOs in India to help women in India who have few opportunities to find work and give them a future.

They only use natural materials and recycled materials. The natural materials include organic cotton, muslin cotton and khadi cotton. They also make bags from upcycled plastic bags, which are produced in accordance with the zero-waste principle.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: Free in the UK

Shipping time: Orders are shipped via Royal Mail

Address: No physical store

 



Sloanie makes soft, basic underwear of the highest quality and with high sustainability standards. Comfort and sustainability are the most important aspects for Sloanie. The underwear is made in Turkey, under fair working conditions monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation. The material comes from Lenzing in Austria, a sustainable and innovative company that makes soft and strong TENCEL ™ Modal fibers from wood pulp from sustainably managed beech forests. Lenzing is a recognized sustainable company and, as the first fiber producer, has been awarded the EU Ecolabel. Due to the natural material, the underwear is very skin-friendly, has good heat and moisture regulation, falls smoothly and is partially biodegradable (since 5% is elastane). Sloanie's products are vegan. The packaging material is made from recycled material, printed with vegetable ink.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £3.50 and free for orders above £50.

Delivery time: Usually 1-3 days

Address: No physical store.



The Slow Nature loungewear is made from GOTS certified organic Pima cotton from Peru, the softest and strongest cotton available. With this organic cotton cultivation, approximately 160 families are supported in maintaining their plantations in different regions in Peru. Slow Nature shows that sustainable clothing can also be stylish and that you can make a completely stylish outfit from sustainable products made of natural material. The loungewear is made in Europe, in Barcelona and shipped from Italy wrapped in recycled paper. Slow Nature only goes to Spain once a year to pick up the stock of the annual collection and to sell it all year round as the capsule collection. So real slow fashion!


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free shipping in the UK.

Delivery time: 3-5 Business days.

Address: No physical store.



Solitude the Label is an Amsterdam bag, jewelry and sportswear brand. The brand was started by two sisters who believe that sustainability and responsible production are very important. The bags and jewelry are made in their own studio in Amsterdam and they only use sustainable materials. The bags are made of overstock leather, this is leather of which too much is produced and what would otherwise be thrown away. The jewelry is 99% made from recycled gold and silver and the sportswear is made of the sustainable material modal, a material made from wood pulp. Solitude the label does not use plastic at all to package their items.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £7.84 in the UK.

Delivery time: 2-5 working days

Address:
Karel Doormanstraat 107
1
055 VD Amsterdam



Practical information: 

Shipping rate: £9,03 in the UK.

Delivery time: Shipped from Germany

Address: No physical store



studio JUX + co. is the shop of the brand studio JUX. In addition to selling a beautiful collection in their store, they also offer a lot of other beautiful fair and sustainable brands. studio JUX started in 2008 because they believed that fashion should be fun for everyone. For the designers, the producers and everyone who wears the clothes. The name carries this with it, because JUX literally means fun, or laughing in German.

Practical information:

Shipping rate:  £9 in the UK.

Delivery time: 1-3 business days.

Address: Only has stores in the Netherlands.



Tees and Coffee is a sustainable brand founded by two teenagers at college. They are selling t-shirts made from recycled organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles, as well as reusable, biodegradable coffee cups. Off-cuts of the organic cotton production processes are shredded to turn them back into soft fibres. Fibres made from recycled plastic bottles are then added, before being spun into a fine yarn which is woven to create the material for the clothing. This process is Global Recycle Standard certified, as well as Organic Content Standard. The factory is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, which assures that the factory has high ethical standards. The factory is located in India, since there is already a lot of clothing production there: meaning easy access to organic cotton off-cuts.

The reusable coffee cups are made from wheat straw, a by-product of cereal plants: a perfect replacement for plastic disposable products. The cups are made in China, where wheat straw is a waste product that is usually burned. The clothing is PETA-approved vegan, however, for the coffee cups, this is unknown. The clothing is printed in the UK, by themselves or by a local company. Tees and Coffee gives the option for all items ordered to purchase 10 trees for £1.20 and supports two environmental organisations: Offset Earth and Rising Forests.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £4.00 in the UK

Delivery time: 3 days

Address: No physical store, but pick-up possible in Southampton.



Teym is a really slow fashion brand. Rather than working with large collections, Teym focuses on one classic at a time, bringing more focus to the fit and functionality, ultimately arriving at a perfectly timeless piece of clothing. Teym slowly builds "the impeccable wardrobe" item by item. Besides the dream to realize this, Teym also has a mission; make consumers more aware of their purchasing behaviour, and inspire other brands by countering the fast-fashion chains, and offering a sustainable alternative with less, but better quality clothing. The clothing is produced in Europe under fair working conditions.


Practical information:

Shipping rate:  £9 in the UK.

Delivery time: 2-9 business days.

Address: Only has a store in Amsterdam.



The Extra Smile makes ethical children's fashion: colourful, fresh and with respect for people and the environment. This brand wants to bring a smile to everyone who comes into contact with their clothing: the farmer who harvests the cotton, the seamstress who lovingly sews the cuffs, the children who wear them and the adults who (try to) keep the clothing in good condition. The Extra Smile works with two fair trade workshops in Cambodia. They had a good look at these workshops before they decided that they wanted their clothes to be made there. Nowadays they visit the workshops regularly. To give something back to the local population in Cambodia, the brand contributes to the French NGO Pour Un Sourire D’Enfants, to support the children. The clothing is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. In addition, clothing is made from leftover fabrics and prints are made to order. The collection of the brand is currently vegan, but they are looking at an Alpaca collection with cruelty-free Alpaca wool from an Alpaca farm that they often visit.


Practical information

Shipping fee: £4.24 in Europe and free for orders for 2 or more products.

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



The Nordic Leaves is a Spanish brand that is inspired by life in Scandinavia. All the materials that are used by The Nordic Leaves are natural and sustainable. They use GOTS certified organic cotton and linen. All clothing is 100% fair trade, the clothing is made from materials that were produced fair trade, and they were also sewn into clothing under fair working conditions. The clothing therefore carries both the Fairtrade certificate and the GOTS certificate and is therefore environmentally friendly and fair. The clothing from the Nordic Leaves is produced in Spain and Portugal, and future collections will all be produced by a local facility in Barcelona.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free!

Delivery time: 2-4 business days

Address: No physical store

 

 



All Tildé's items are the result of a collaboration between the designers in Belgium and a talented Indian team responsible for production. For each collection, Tildé spends more than 3 weeks in Rajasthan with the team, adjusting and refining the prototypes and patterns made in Belgium. Tildé uses second-hand Sarees and upcycles them into unique and hip crop tops, dresses, blouses, and bomber jackets. The team makes accessories from the leftover material to prevent unnecessary residual material.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £8.80 in Europe

Delivery time: 5 business days

Address: Showroom in Brussel can be visited on appointment.



TOBEFRANK is a British fashion brand that supports people and the planet with their clothing. They only make clothing that meets their checklist for innovation, responsibility and transparency, because they believe that sustainability does not make any concessions. Their supply chain is located in and around Istanbul. They work with factories that are pioneers in sustainable production processes. These factories not only try to limit harming earth as much as possible, but they also encourage their employees to innovate further and to produce even more sustainably. One of the TOBEFRANK entrepreneurs is based in Istanbul and ensures that everything is in accordance with their company policy.

TOBEFRANK uses organic and recycled materials. They make low-impact jeans from organic and recycled material, t-shirts from recycled material and vegetable-tanned sheepskin jackets. The jackets are fair trade produced in India as a by-product of the food industry. When making the jeans, 50% less water is used compared to "normal jeans". The jeans are linked to the "Frank Water" initiative: the equivalent of every litre of water saved is donated to provide everyone with clean water. The fake leather patches on the jeans are made from waste from the apple juice production process.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £3.00 in the UK.

Delivery time: - 

Address: No physical store.

 



TOMS Shoes is a shoe brand that donates a pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair of shoes you purchase. Helping others is in the DNA of TOMS, in addition to having already given more than 86 million shoes to children, they also provide employment by producing the shoes in the countries where they are donated. After the success of the TOMS Shoes, TOMS Eyewear was also launched. The same idea, but now to help people regain their sight. They do this through medical care, providing prescription glasses and surgical procedures when needed. TOMS has restored eyesight to already more than 600,000 people! In addition, TOMS is committed to providing clean drinking water (now more than 600,000 weeks of clean drinkwater) and safer births. TOMS shoes are made in China, Ethiopia and Argentina. They are aware of the problems in the fashion industry and are working hard to ensure that the factories they work with are compliant with the law and prevent slavery and human trafficking. The materials that the TOMS shoes are made of are as many sustainable and vegan materials as possible in collaboration with the Textile Exchange. TOMS is still working on expanding their sustainable materials section. TOMS is also B Corp certified because they try to make the world a better place.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free

Delivery time:

Address: They have many stores, check if one is in your neighbourhood: https://www.toms.co.uk/store-locator



The Treasures-Design label was started from the desire to make beautiful clothing and accessories that are made under fair working conditions. The items are handmade in Bali, Indonesia. The artisans that Treasures Design works with are given the opportunity to grow along with Treasures. Each maker receives a salary that covers their monthly costs and they also receive allowances for medical costs and education costs. A purchase at Treasures thus supports Balinese artisans and their families, while also preserving traditional craft techniques.

Treasures-Design visits their artisans once or twice a year but is in daily contact with them. The leather comes from a recognized leather supplier in Bali. The hides come from the same factory in Java and this factory is visited several times a year by their sourcing partner in Bali. Depending on the finishing, they do vegetable tanning or chemical tanning, with vegetable tanning being preferred. Treasures Design has consciously chosen to work with leather, because leather does not break down over time, unlike synthetic material, but rather becomes more beautiful with the years. It ensures that their accessories will last a long time, and don't end up as a disposable product.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free in Europe.

Delivery time: 2-7 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Troo is a beautiful, timeless, and sexy Swiss lingerie brand with roots in South Africa. Regarding Troo's products, we can say with absolute certainty that they are all made responsible. Troo has multiple labels that are all sustainable in their own way.

Cute Rose, one of the Troo brands, is based in Cape Town and all 'beautiful babes' are made in Cape Town. The tip used for the beautiful Cute Rose Babes is made in Italy, Thailand, Switzerland or France. All the lace comes from the leftovers of great designers. These remaining pieces are usually thrown away, but Cute Rose can buy them and turn them into the most beautiful, limited pieces. Ethically produced with happy hands. Megan, Faith and Yolanda are the hands behind the sewing machines. They start at 7 a.m. because they want to stop at 3 p.m. to have the whole afternoon. At 7 o'clock in the winter it is still dark and cold, so they have a small fan heater under their sewing machines to warm their toes, while they work in the morning they can warm up with hot drinks such as hot chocolate, coffee and tea.

Another label is the Found. Collection - Lisa and Gitte met a branch in the fashion industry during her studies in Stellenbosch, Cape Town. All pieces from Found are made from materials from South Africa and all pieces are made in South Africa. They buy "off-cut" pieces of material that are the "leftovers" that would otherwise be thrown away. Because of this the pieces are very limited.

The newest member of the small Troo family is Mille Collines. She integrates African prints into classic pieces. Mille Collines is now in Cape Town and the pieces are made in South Africa, Rwanda or Kenya.


Practical information

Shipping fee: £ 2,88 within Europe
£ 3,41 Worldwide

 



Ubuntu-Wear is an accessories and clothing brand with an urban style. Ubuntu items come from all over the world and are made by local craftsmen. The founders of Ubuntu-Wear give these artisans a stage with their brand. So by buying at Ubuntu, you support the local talents!

Ubuntu-Wear comes from the African word Ubuntu which literally means I am because you are. It is a philosophy for the coming together of humanity. Ubuntu-Wear believes in People before Profit, which means that all their partners are paid fair wages. Ubuntu T-shirts and jumpers are only printed when they are ordered, so there they never have overproduction. The ink with which they print is water-based, therefore less harmful to the environment. The T-shirts and jumpers that they print come from the brands Gildan and Bella and Canvas. Bella and Canvas has a WRAP platinum membership and therefore produces under fair working conditions. Gildan also says that they adhere to the WRAP conditions, but they are not a member.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: Free world wide

Delivery time: The clothing is made to order, so it can take 3-5 work days.

Address: No physical store



Una Terra makes recycled jackets for you and your pet. The clothes are made fair trade in their workshop in Kyiv, Ukraine. Una Terra makes products in 3 ways:

  1. They make new products from second-hand, recycled material.
  2. They use recycled polyester from the company We are SpinDye: sustainably dyed material produced with an average of 90% fewer chemicals, 75% less water consumption and 35% less energy consumption. The CO2 footprint of this material is 30% smaller than average.
  3. They make samples in the Clo3D program. Una Terra donates 10% of their proceeds to a charity that takes care of neglected strays.

Finally, the brand has a 3DLook technology on its website, with which you as a consumer can see which size is correct. This reduces the number of return items and the sizes of the products can be optimized based on consumer data.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free worldwide.

Delivery time: 15 to 21 business days.

Address: No physical store.



Urban Goddess is an Amsterdam yoga brand that makes yoga clothing that not only fits well, but that you can also wear on the street after your yoga class. The clothing is easy to mix and match with your regular wardrobe. 

All clothing from Urban Goddess is made from GOTS certified organic cotton and from OCS certified organic bamboo. The clothing is produced under fair conditions in Turkey. They work with a permanent partner with whom they have been working with for years and they often visit to make sure that working conditions are good. The clothing is also completely vegan and carries the Peta-approved vegan stamp of approval.

Urban Goddess also believes it is also very important that clothing is recycled or used second-hand when you're done with it. That's why you can return your Urban Goddess purchases to Urban Goddess for a 20% discount on your next purchase! They then ensure that the product is sold second-hand through the Salvation Army or is recycled.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: In the UK £5.17 and free for orders above  £134.90

Delivery time: Shipped within 3 days of the order

Address: No phyiscal store



Urban Medley supports  traditional weaving and printing forms.  Their designers help the artisans to balance tradition with contemporary designs, and help them to commercialize using their age- old methods and production processes. The beautiful scarves and accessories from Urban Medley are made by small communities of weavers and printers from India. The weavers mainly work from home, whereby they determine their own working hours. The printers work in a small workshop with pleasant working conditions. Urban Medley uses organic, black cotton, 'peace' silk and organic  leather for their products. The brand does not want to be bound by age, gender, race, color or even size, therefore accessories have been chosen as the main focus point. The accessories help  you  shape your own style. The ‘take care’ bags too are environmentally friendly: fabric bags made by women working from home in a village of Tamilnadu. These women can therefore support their family without having to step out. The brand helps you to be a proud and conscious fashionista.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £3.43 in the UK

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



Are you getting sick of broken umbrellas, cycling with an umbrella, or just fed up with the inconvenience of umbrella's in general? Then choose the Urbanella from Urban Rains! The product is made fair trade in Italy from 100% recycled material from China, which is OEKO-TEX and GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certified. Even the zippers and cords are made from recycled material! The packaging is a cover of the same material, in which the product can be stored for a long time. The Urbanella is of very high quality and can last a lifetime. Urban rains is working on a closed-loop system for when someone wants to return their product. In addition, they are constantly working on a new collection that will be even more sustainable and circular with natural paint and biomaterials.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £5,64 in the UK.

Delivery time: 2-7 business days

Address: No physical store.



Urbankissed is committed to giving ethical labels from around the world a platform where they can show their products and tell the story behind their brands. Urbankissed is a market place that sells products from multiple labels, but the products are still sent by the suppliers themselves, so the shipping costs may vary. All brands that sell their products through Urban Kissed are special and sustainable in their own way, and Urban Kissed tries to tell their story as well as possible. They have developed a special Ethical Index to indicate what the products score well on and so that you can easily see why the brand is sustainable.

Note: Urban Kissed is a drop-ship platform, which means that they do not sell the products themselves, but transfer the purchase to the brand. That is why the shipping costs for products from different suppliers are different.

Practical information:

Shipping rate: Different per brand

Delivery time: Different per brand

Address: No physical store



VanillaShanti is an eco-friendly yoga jumpsuit designed by model @VanillaontopThe jumpsuit is a playful idea of feminine adventurous spirit with a touch of Zen. Its moisture-wicking stretch, elegant looking, and light breathable fabric will make you want to wear it to any occasion. The product is made in a workshop in Latvia, where production is fair. The VanillaShanti team visits a number of times a year to review the state of affairs and has good contact with the workshop. In the workshop, Econyl is used for the one-piece, made from regenerated ocean plastic.  


Practical information

Shipping fee: Free shipping world wide

Delivery time: -

Address: No physical store



Votch watches are "Made in China" and they are proud of that. The cruelty-free watches are made in a fair trade factory that they have visited and with which they have good contact. All watches are 100% vegan and have the PETA-Approved certification. The watch bands are made of plastic and cotton instead of leather. Because this alternative to leather is not yet completely environmentally friendly, Votch is experimenting with sustainable materials such as Piñatex (Pineapple Leather). The metal used is free from harmful substances such as heavy metals, bromine, plasticides and PVC.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: Free shipping worldwide.

Delivery time: 2-7 business days in Europe.

Address: No physical store.



Waves Flip Flops makes slippers from 100% natural rubber in Galle, Sri Lanka. This rubber is Fair Rubber certified which means that it is obtained under fair working conditions. This rubber is then transformed into fine slippers in a local workshop where people also work under fair conditions. The slippers are completely plastic-free and vegan, there are no substances of it even in the paint. Waves is working on getting a certificate for this. The brand contributes to the "Waves" project, a beach clean-up project in Sri Lanka. By purchasing slippers from Waves you support the Sri Lankan communities that are engaged in sustainable rubber agriculture.


Practical information:

Shipping rate: £2.85 in the UK.

Delivery time: 2 business days.

Address: No physical store.



With a touch of Rose is a children's clothing brand that strives for a better and more beautiful world. That is why all their products are produced in an environmentally friendly and fair manner. With a touch of Rose uses GOTS and Fairtrade certified cotton, which means that the cotton is produced in an environmentally friendly way and under fair working conditions. The entire production of With a touch of Rose takes place in India. The cotton is grown there, and it is also the place where the fabric is produced and the beautiful children's products are made.

With a touch of Rose products are produced at The Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills in Kolkata. This producer is both GOTS and Fairtrade certified, so ethical production is guaranteed.

In addition to sustainable production, With a touch of Rose is committed to sustainable practice in other areas as well. For example, they work closely with Rajlakshmi to use residual materials in smaller products. The transport of the products is then boat and the products are packaged in eco-friendly plastic.


Practical information:

Shipping fee: In the UK £7.92 free shipping for orders over £90

Delivery time: 3 business days

Address: No physical store



The swimwear brand Woodlike Ocean was born from the ocean: sustainable swimwear made from fishing nets and recycled materials. This brings together the two main aspects of their brand identity. The ocean and you, a modern woman who consciously deals with the environment and enjoys all its facets. In addition to the environmental awareness of the materials, the sale of each product will be directly donated to "Healthy Seas Initiative" to protect our oceans.


Practical information

Shipping rate: £7,81 in the UK

Delivery time: 5-9 business days

Address:  No physical store



Zimbowties works with 8 tailors in Zimbabwe, who make bow ties in the most beautiful colors with cheerful prints. The tailors receive a fair price for making the bow ties. The bows are made from up-cycled residual material (mainly cotton and less than 5% nylon) from the clothing industry in Mutare, Zimbabwe. The tailors make the bows by hand and package them in material made from 90% recycled cardboard. Interesting: buyers can choose on the website not to get packaging with their items if they think they don't need it, to help you reduce your amount of waste! With every product sold, Zimbowties reimburses a week of schooling for a child. Not just like that, but with a "creativity grant" that stimulates creative thinking among the children.


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ZOÉ MUSE is a fashion company with a community of passionate entrepreneurs and artists worldwide. The prints of the shirts are made by this community. The shirts themselves are made from GOTS certified organic cotton and are made in Bangladesh under fair working conditions. The shirts are made under audit of the Fair Wear Foundation and are fully GOTS certified. This means that they are produced under fair and environmentally-friendly conditions.


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45, rue Laurent Ménager 
2143 Luxembourg City 
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Aagé makes beautiful leather bags that are designed to last a lifetime.

Fair trade: Aagé works together with Italian Dani Sustainable Leather, an innovative Italian tanner who is always looking for the most sustainable production techniques. Dani ensures employees of a safe and healthy working environment and works on inclusiveness in the workplace in terms of gender, age and nationality.

Environmentally Friendly: Dani works to minimize its environmental impact by focusing on the efficient use of their natural resources. For example, the amount of chemicals in the tanning process has been reduced by using enzymes instead of chromes wherever possible. Also, all water is recycled to reduce water consumption at every stage of production. All CO2 emissions from animal hide to finished leather are mapped in an attempt to reduce them. For example, Dani participates in various reforestation projects to offset their emissions. A link to Dani's most recent sustainability report can be found on Aagé's website!

Produced locally: the bags are made in Italy, with the hides sourced locally in the area for the shortest possible transport route.

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AAKS bags are handmade by women in Ghana. AAKS was founded by Akosua Afriyie-Kumi, with the aim of introducing the world to her favourite Ghanian weaving techniques.

Fair Trade: These Ghanaian women are getting fair wages and work under good working conditions.

Good cause: AAKS invests in the future of local weaving techniques and the women who make these techniques.

Environmentally friendly: The bags are made from the natural material Raffia (from thin strips of leaves from the Raphia palm). The lining is made of linen and the handle of leather, so the bag is not vegan.

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The two French girls Cyrielle and Marine met while travelling in Indonesia and both fell in love with the Indonesian people, culture and the traditional Batik fabric and method. This is how Ada Perlu was born, the only label that presents a modern version of the traditional Batik. The designs are designed in France and then made in Bali, after which they are shipped in traditional Balinese boxes made of natural material, reusable and biodegradable. The labels are printed on recycled paper. All the leftover material from the designs is used to make new products. No polyester is used, only natural materials. The materials used by Ada Perlu are Standard 100 Oekotex certified, so free from toxic chemicals. The collections are made under ethical conditions in workshops with local people in Bali and Ada Perlu uses digital printing as conventional printing uses a lot of toxic chemicals. To give something back to nature, Ada Perlu plants trees near the Citarum River, Badung, Bali.

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Alba of Denmark is a Danish brand for children. The clothing is made from either OEKOTEX certified materials, which means that the materials are free from harmful substances, and from organic cotton. The clothing is for 80% produced by the Danish manufacturing company HRT Textiles. This company produces in Ukraine in certified factories. They carry the GOTS and OEKOTEX certifications which mean that they produce under fair and environmentally friendly conditions without the use of harmful chemicals. Their production facilities also carry the certifications of Bluesign, which is also a certification to ensure fair trade, and OCS organic, which ensures that the materials are organic.

The other manufacturer that Alba of Denmark uses is A Blue's Clothing, this company produces the clothing in India under fair and environmentally friendly conditions. The factories are both GOTS and OEKOTEX certified.

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The Dutch brand Alchemist makes high-end fashion, under fair working conditions and from sustainable fabrics. To reduce their CO2 emissions, they produce within Europe as much as possible. The precise figures? 80% in Portugal, 5% in Macedonia and the remaining 15% in Delhi, India. That production takes place in an ethical way is so important to them that since 2016 they have only been working with factories that have one or more certifications and that annually get audited by (independent) NGOs such as BSCI, FWF, SA8000 and GOTS. In addition, since 2015 they have employed someone who is only working on making the brand more sustainable. In terms of materials, the brand works with Tencel, Modal (from Austrian beech wood), organic cotton (GOTS certified) and recycled fabrics.

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Designed in Barcelona and made in Alicante: ALOHAS likes to keep it local. This allows them to visit the workshops regularly to ensure that they produce in a fair manner and in a pleasant working environment. This brand works with a pre-order system, with which they counteract overproduction. They believe is one of the biggest problems of the current fashion industry. The brand offers some shoes that are made entirely of vegan material, making them pioneers in offering stylish, vegan shoes. In addition to shoes, ALOHAS also makes jewelry and clothing from natural materials. In 2020 ALOHAS will work with 12 sustainable plans that deal with the 3 Ps: planet, people and profit. They will post monthly updates on their website.

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Anekdot is a sexy lingerie brand from Berlin. All products are made from upcycled vintage fabrics. These fabrics are leftovers from other brands, so they have never been worn before. Because no new fabrics are made for Anekdot lingerie, it is a lot more environmentally friendly than other lingerie. The items are produced in Germany, which guarantees fair working conditions and quality.

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The collection of Aqua & Rock has been designed and produced in the UK, utilizing British based manufacturers in England and Scotland. They started their business with the question ‘Can one person make a difference?’ and their answer was ‘Yes!’. Now they want to show the power of one in the sustainable fashion industry. They want to empower each and every individual to take action to help the planet. Aqua & Rock has built some great relationships with sustainable suppliers and uses waste cotton that has been saved from landfills, as well as recycled plastic bottles for their amazing items. The dresses are made from Aqua Triblend, a recovered high-density-polyethylene found from ocean plastic and textile waste. Moreover, the brand uses several other natural materials sourced in Italy, Spain and Portugal, like linen, and they use wool from certified UK farms. Vegetable ink is used for the printing processes and the packaging is made from recycled material.

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Arielle is a sustainable clothing brand that focuses on organic, recycled and waste-free fabrics, local production, fair trade and plastic-free production. By consuming consciously with Arielle you contribute to global awareness and responsibility within the wardrobe, but also beyond. All materials are selected with care, the cotton is GOTS organic certified and other materials with the lowest possible environmental impact or reusable waste are used. In the SS collection, there are fibres made from the remains of the German milk industry. This milk is fermented and spun into silky fibres. This process requires very little water and chemicals. Because the milk still contains its nutrients, this material is hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. Arielle's collections are conceived, designed and produced in New York City. To support the plastic-free movement, the labels are also plastic-free and biodegradable. The Arielle collections have a sleek, classic style with a flattering fit and powerful details.

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Armedangels is a German brand and one of the best-known sustainable fashion brands of the moment. Everything from Armedangels is GOTS certified and they work together with the Fair Wear Foundation and Fairtrade to achieve the highest possible social standard. They believe that good quality and fair production are more important than the latest fashion trends and go for "fair fashion instead of fast fashion". In addition, they do not emphasize fair, but especially fashion. They want you to first fall in love with their items and then become even more enthusiastic about the story behind it.

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The beautiful handbags from Arteli represent sustainability, style, responsibility and respect. Arteli wants to contribute to the positive development of people and the environment. Arteli has a strong relationship with a number of women in Usiacuri, Colombia. These talented women are the hands behind Arteli and make every bag by hand from natural materials. The women get paid well and the working conditions are pleasant. These women are often the head of the family in their community in Usiacuri and have a fascinating life story and their own mission. 

The raw leaves of the Iraca palm tree are used for the bags. These leaves are dried in the sun and then painted in vibrant colours from natural elements. After this process, which takes about three weeks, the women start weaving the leaves into Arteli's handbags. In addition to palm leaves, recycled material is used to finish the bags.

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Arture is a bags and accessories brand with love for people, animals and the environment. All products are 100% vegan and the brand is Peta approved vegan certified. Arture uses 100% cork fabrics that come from the area around the Mediterranean Sea. Cork is a beautiful material that is also very durable and a good replacement for leather. In addition to cork, they use other sustainable materials, such as hemp and nettle fabrics from the Himalayas. The founder of Arture is called Shivani, she is from Chennia, India, where the products are also made. The items are made in a small workshop where people receive a fair wage and work in safe conditions.

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Ashley Raynor, specialist in innovative fashion, makes sustainable and conscious clothing in her own studio. She uses environmentally friendly materials that are often certified by GOTS, Soil Association and Oeko-Tex. Ashley Raynor is an innovative brand that experiments with recycled materials and materials such as bamboo and cork. The dyeing and printing of prints is done by hand, using the least polluting paint materials and techniques. Because the collections are made in the studio, Ashley Raynor can ensure that the quality remains high and the environmental impact remains low. The clothing is made in the UK by Ashley herself under good working conditions.

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Atelier D'Afrique is a brand in Ghana that sells beautiful products with an African look and feel. The clothing is made from fabrics purchased at the Ghanaian markets, with which the brand tries to stimulate the local economy. Fabrics are thrown away as little as possible and accessories are made from residual materials. Atelier D'Afrique is a made-to-order brand, which means that they will only make the clothing after you have ordered it. You can choose a model and the fabric that you want it to be made of. The clothing is then produced and sent to you from Ghana.

All clothing from Atelier D'Afrique is produced and designed in their own workshop. The designers receive an above-average local wage, free accommodation and permanent contracts. In addition, they try to give young people, mostly young and single mothers, the opportunity to learn the profession within the company by training them for a small salary.

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AURAI SWIM is an eco ethical swimwear brand created by the Italian-Brazilian designer Natalia Bertolo. The brand is located in Australia, but the swimwear is made in Natalia's hometown in southern Brazil. The items are made there under fair working conditions, for a fair wage during normal working hours.

AURAI only uses environmentally friendly materials for their products. For example, they use ECONYL®, this is nylon made from recycled plastic (especially fishing nets) that has been removed from the sea. AURAI uses AMNI SOUL ECO® for the latest collection, this material is 100% biodegradable. This material only starts to break down if it ends up in a landfill, since it only breaks down in the special conditions of a landfill.

The AURAI items are digitally printed. This saves a lot of water and chemicals. The products are then packaged in reusable terry bags and in boxes made from 100% recycled paper.

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Aurélie Chadaine is a French designer that makes makes small leather goods. Aurélie is committed to reducing waste and uses solvent-free products. She produces all the products in Paris, which guantees that the products only travel a small distance and thay they are made under fair working conditions.

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Avant Habit makes clothing with unique designs from visual artists. All clothing is made from certified organic cotton and comes from Stanley & Stella factories in Bangladesh, Portugal and China. Th supplier Stanley & Stella is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, so the clothing is produced in a fair working environment. Avant Habit has a supplier in the UK for the finishing of the products: Teemill. Teemill produces on demand, uses sustainable packaging material, uses renewable energy and is working on a circular future by making new t-shirts from old t-shirts. In addition, they also support various charities.

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Sara Bevilacqua creates the collections for Azar Studio with a small team. The handmade products are made in small quantities, usually at the request of an order. In this way, Azar Studio contributes to the slow-fashion movement with small stocks, little production waste and a conscious choice for the materials that are used. The current collection mainly uses leather from a local tanner in Spain, where Azar Studio is also located. Vegetable tannic acids are used for tanning, which ensures that the leather is biodegradable. Besides the main line of braided leather, there is a collection of jewellery. This jewellery is made from minerals that Sara has collected over the years from different places in the world. The collection is therefore limited, but very unique. Azar studio wants to tell a story with their collections based on a respect for materials and believe that everyone in the world should have the opportunity to make money with what they love to do.

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Bask in the Sun is a French men's clothing brand. The clothing is produced in Portugal under fair working conditions and they use sustainable materials. 60 to 70% of the clothing is made from GOTS certified organic cotton and all materials that they use are OEKOTEX certified, which means that they are free of toxic substances.

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Baukjen's clothing is made in 16 family workshops in Portugal, 1 workshop in Bulgaria and 1 factory in China. They are in close contact with these workshops to keep a close eye on the working conditions. Baukjen and maternity subsidiary label Isabella Oliver are certified B Corporations by B Corp. This certificate is issued to companies that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and legal liability to balance purpose and profit. The brand uses sustainable and natural materials such as viscose from Lenzing ™ Ecovero ™, organic cotton, mulesing-free wool and Italian linen. Baukjen plants a tree for every order, and they support multiple charities around women and children, including the Children's Trust Tree Project.

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Be free is a German vegan shoe brand. They make their shoes in Portugal under fair working conditions. The shoes are made from environmentally friendly materials and they are very transparent on every part of the shoe:

  • The top material is a vegan microfibre, parts of which are recycled material. This material comes from Italy.
  • The lining is made of vegan material from Spain.
  • The sole is made of rubber, 30% of which is recycled, this comes from Portugal.
  • The laces are made of the environmentally friendly material Tencel that comes from Italy.
  • The shoes are packed in recycled cardboard from Portugal.

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Be Kind is a children's clothing brand for children between 2 and 10 years old. Transparency is very important to Be Kind, which is why every item of clothing receives a transparency card, this states exactly where and how it was produced. Be Kind makes all their products from sustainable materials, such as GOTS certified organic cotton from Turkey, linen from France and recycled fabrics. They do not use animal dyes and the clothing is therefore suitable for vegans. The clothing is sewn together in Portugal under fair working conditions.

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Beaumont Organic is an ethical fashion brand that was founded in 2008 by Hannah Beaumont-Laurencia. The goal of this brand was to create conscious apparel for the modern women.
All the clothing from Beaumont Organic is produced in the EU, for example in England and in Portugal. They pay fair wages and provide good working conditions for their staff. The brand releases two collections every year but ensures that the studios have enough time to produce these collections and do not avoid unreasonably long days.
Beaumont Organic also uses sustainable fabrics, such as GOTS certified organic cotton, linen, bamboo and residues from other productions.
And they donate 1% of their annual profit to The Beaumont Organic Foundation, which helps the population on Fiji island of Taveuni by, for example, renovating the local hospital and schools.

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BEEN London makes bags from recycled materials: simple designs and shapes of high quality.

Fair Trade: The bags are made in London, in a bright studio with fair and safe working conditions. With over 30 years of experience and collaborations with major brands in the UK, the creators are extremely skilled at crafting the designs.

Environmentally friendly: Every element of the design is made from recycled material. In the studio, BEEN tries to minimize the waste, so they mainly work with rectangular and square designs, so that there are few offcuts.

Locally produced: the bags are locally made in London to minimize the carbon footprint of the bags.

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When the young, Spanish entrepreneurs Jorge and Tatiana were in their twenties they decided to set up a sneaker brand together: Beflamboyant. Just like with Thomas Edison in the XIX century: the lamp went on! A product was created from a mix of fashion and sustainability and without the use of animals or animal materials anywhere in the process. The vegan and sustainable sneakers from Beflamboyant are produced fair trade in Portugal. They are made from recycled materials and natural materials without harmful substances, and the sneakers are shipped in a jute bag, which can be reused. You will also receive a plantable thank you card, so that you can create new life with your purchase! In short: cruelty-free, sustainable, fair trade and unisex: these are the four leaves of the clover of a product that is committed to the environment and animals, with a very high quality.

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Better World Fashion is a coats and bags brand that only uses recycled material. They make sturdy leather jackets that are completely ethically produced. At Better World Fashion they believe in a circular economy, that's why they use upcycled leather that has already been used as upholstery, and they also use polyester made from recycled plastic. 98% of the materials used by Better World Fashion are upcycled. Better World Fashion also tries to reduce their own waste as much as possible and also to reuse it, so that their company becomes as circular as possible.

The products from Better World Fashion are produced in a small family factory in Poland. For this factory they know for sure that there is no child labour and that people that work there get paid a fair wage.

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It is the aim of Bhoomi to break the norm of trends and fashion seasons by creating timeless apparel and accessories that stay in your ethical wardrobe for years. Bhoomi's clothing is made fair trade in a small family workshop in India, run by two sisters. A total of 15 people work here, including the two sisters as owners. Bhoomi visits this studio twice a year and also has regular contact via video calls. The materials come from two suppliers in Ahmedabad, India and are GOTS certified, which means that they are produced in a fair and organic manner. Bhoomi's clothing is made of, among other things, organic cotton, linen, FSC certified modal and cupro. The brand also uses hand-woven cotton, a fabric with a low ecological footprint that does not need water and electricity: it is woven by hand. Bhoomi only uses compostable packaging, for both their suppliers and customers.

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Bibico is a brand that knows that they cannot save the world all by themselves, but that they can at least do their part. That is why they have chosen to only use natural materials, free from plastic. They also have started an organic cotton collection to minimize the amount of chemicals that are dumped into the environment. They understand very well that you should not let people work for a wage they cannot live on. That is why they work together with two women's cooperatives, both of which are WFTO fair trade certified. These cooperatives not only ensure fair trade, but also provide training for women so that they and their children can work their way out of poverty.

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Birdsong clothing is colourful, feminine and 100% fair trade produced in the UK. The brand uses organic cotton, Tencel's natural material from wood pulp, and 100% mulesing-free wool from Wool and the Gang for the scarves and knitwear. The fabrics are printed with eco-pigments in Lancashire and the garments are made in community workshops in London. In these workshops, the clothing is made by female migrants, older women, adults with disabilities and local people with a distance to the labour market. They are given the opportunity to make sustainable clothing for a fair wage.

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Bleed Clothing is a real family business. They are 100% self-sufficient and work hard to create a brand that is as sustainable as possible. They therefore use as many sustainable materials as possible such as organic cotton, cork, tencel, hemp, linen and recycled polyester. The organic cotton is GOTS certified and all products are vegan, PETA approved. Instead of using leather, Bleed Clothing chooses to use cork. They also do not use silk, because the mulberry caterpillars are cooked alive for their cocoons. Wool and pearls are also not used, because of the nasty impact it can have on the animals or their eco-system. The recycled polyester that Bleed Clothing uses for their coats is so environmentally friendly that it is BlueSign and OEKO-TEX standard 100 certified. Finally, they also use "upcycled materials", materials that remain and for which they know how to find a better purpose. In addition, to the fact that Bleed Clothing uses sustainable materials, their products are also produced in a fair manner. 80% of their products are produced in Europe and 20% in Asia. Bleed clothing consciously chooses to produce 20% in Asia because the people there deliver very good work and earn the fair wages and working conditions, but cannot get that if we move all our production to Europe. GOTS also inspects their factories on the basis of fair trade.

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Boobs'Essential was developed in memory of founder Zoe's mother who was diagnosed with type 4 breast cancer. Zoe's mother's illness made her realize how important it was to check your breasts regularly to avoid late detection of abnormalities. This is a 100% natural, high quality and ethical oil to nourish your breasts as an important part of your self-care. Fair trade produced: by Zoë in London.

Environmentally friendly: all ingredients are natural. The oil contains organic almond oil, Frankincense (Boswellia Serrata, known as an anti-aging oil), sandalwood (traditionally used in India and Egypt as a natural perfume and in religious ceremonies), MYRRH (Anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and immune system support. Research indicates that topical application of Myrrh oil can have a significant inhibitory effect in breast cancer cell lines, read more on the research page of the Boobs'Essential website).

Produced locally: Within Europe, in London.

Good cause: Boobs'Essential will donate £ 1 per bottle to Hello Beautiful, a charity with a holistic approach to women with breast cancer, and £ 1 per bottle to CARE®'s Women Empowerment project. The pouch dyed with avocado seed pigment that your order is packaged in was made by mothers at AMMA in Sri Lanka, a social enterprise that promotes women's independence.

Vegan: full of vegetable ingredients, suitable for vegans.

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Launched in early 2015, Bower Swimwear is a luxury, ethical and sustainable British swimwear brand created by the couple Fiona Ryn & Rupert Tapper and inspired by childhood memories of Sydney's Fairy Bower beach.

Fair trade: Bower partners with a small workshop in Rimini, Italy called GISE SrL, which has more than 20 years of experience producing swimwear and resort wear. The choice to produce in Europe is to ensure that they have regular visits and to ensure that all workers are paid under EU guidelines and provided with safe working conditions. Bower guarantees the safety and job security of the employees and is proud of the relationship they have with the team.

Environmentally friendly: The swimwear is made from luxurious, sustainable fabrics from ECONYL®, a yarn made from post-consumer plastic waste, including discarded fishing nets.

Locally produced: The swimwear is made in Europe, in Italy.

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Music, culture, travel, and art are important sources of inspiration for Brava Fabrics. For them, fashion is more than hip, seasonal items. They take the time to design unique designs with a story. With sustainable, high-quality materials, the brand creates contemporary but timeless items. For the materials of the clothing, they use GOTS certified organic cotton, organic linen, Merino wool, recycled polyester and Lenzing Ecovero. Brava Fabrics has a workshop in Barcelona and one in Oporto. The brand visits these places several times a year. The production happens under good working conditions for fair wages. Because Brava Fabrics produces in Europe, the transport distance is kept low and therefore the CO2 emissions. Brava Fabrics would like to do something for charities in the future and will implement this in the coming months.

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At By Monkey they love animals, and that is not only evident from the prints of their shirts and sweaters. All By Monkey products are 100% vegan. The shirts are made of organic cotton and are printed with animal-free water-based ink. The beauty of this ink is that it also doesn't contain toxic substances that are bad for the environment and it's biodegradable. No animal products were used in the printing process, which can often be the case. The shirts that are printed are from the brand Earth Positve.

Earth Positive is a clothing line from Continental Clothing Co. a prize-winning company when it comes to sustainable fashion. Continental Clothing Co. makes high quality, fair trade and environmentally friendly products that are also PETA approved vegan. The company is working with the FWF to guarantee fair working conditions. The Earth Positive clothing line only makes products from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. The clothing is dyed with paint that has been approved by GOTS and that is Oekotex standard 100 certified. The Earh Positive line is also working hard to reduce the CO2 footprint of their production. With results: they have reduced this by as much as 90%. An Earth Positive t-shirt saves as much as 7 kilograms of CO2 compared to a standard produced shirt and a sweatshirt saves no less than 28 kg! Earh Positive is therefore a proud carrier of the Climate Neutral label.

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BYBI (By Beauty Insiders) brings you fun, high-quality beauty products with 100% natural, vegan and cruelty-free ingredients. Made in London, the range was created by beauty bloggers Elsie and Dominika, who founded Clean Beauty Co - the UK's largest natural beauty blog promoting transparency in beauty products and enabling people to know what they are putting on their skin. Over the years, their blog has gained great recognition in the world of clean beauty, so in 2017 the girls decided it was time to create their own skincare brand and BYBI was born.

Fair trade: Elsie and Dominika are trained formulators and skincare experts who create these products.

Environmentally friendly: 'the BYBI pledge': Net Zero on Carbon by the end of 2020. BYBI tackles this by offsetting their CO2 footprint with carbon removal. In addition, all products are 100% made from natural ingredients.

Produced locally: within Europe, in the UK.

Vegan: all products are 100% vegan and not tested on animals.

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C Valentina is a Nicaraguan brand that makes bags from recycled packaging material. The brand is based in the city of Managua. All the plastic used in the bags is 100% recycled and the bags are finished with leather. C Valentina considers the empowerment of women very important, which is why the bags are made by single mothers who receive a fair wage for making them.

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CANO is a young shoe brand that stands for sustainable and ethically produced shoes. Handmade by Mexican craftsmanship, reviving the traditional huarache style with a classic modern shoe.

The shoes are made of vegetable-tanned leather. This is a 200 year old method that takes 28 days with a 14 step process. This method only uses vegetable tanning agents, instead of tanning agents with dangerous chemicals. The leather comes from local farms where the cows have a nice life and because it is close to the manufacturing they have as little emission as possible during transport. Furthermore, almost no leather is wasted in the production of the shoes. This is because many small strips of leather are used. Small pieces of leather are unusable with other types of shoes, but CANO makes good use of them.

CANO shoes are produced fair trade by local craftsmen in Mexico, who are supported in keeping their traditional techniques.

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CANUSSA is a vegan bag brand from Spain. The bags are made from OEKOTEX certified vegan leather and is therefore free of toxic substances. CANUSSA also uses recycled materials such as recycled plastic bottles for the lining of bags. The bags are made in Spain under fair working conditions by experienced artisans.

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CarlijnQ is a Dutch children's brand that produces ethical from seed to garment. They use sustainable materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton and recycled polyester, which is made from oil based waste, such as recycled PET bottles. The clothing is made in Turkey under fair working conditions. The clothing is free from hazardous chemicals and is made in factories that produce environmentally friendly and fair trade following the GOTS standard.

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Cat Turner London is a beautifully made British womenswear brand, offering ethically made clothing from two facilities in London; a high-end studio in the north-west of London and a workshop in the east of London. Cat visits these workshops regularly and can confirm that the clothing is produced under fair working conditions. Both the managers of these facilities have also signed a document to state that they strive to comply with the main points in the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative) Base Code. Cat Turner only uses natural materials, such as Tencel, linen and cotton. Most of the fabrics are Oeko-Tex certified. The brand likes cotton because it is breathable and biodegradable. It uses deadstock cotton and normal cotton and is looking for suitable partners for organic / fairtrade alternatives. Cat Turner London also uses biodegradable packaging and marketing materials.

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Invest in Rest! That's the motto of Charlotte Dunn, a slow fashion brand that makes beautiful pyjamas from GOTS certified cotton and GOTS certified bamboo silk. Charlotte Dunn produces in Portugal, where everyone gets a fair wage and works in a safe and healthy working environment. All leftover material is used to make hair bands and scrunchies. In doing so, the brand strives for zero waste. The factory recycles plastic, paper and keeps water and energy consumption as low as possible. Charlotte Dunn uses plastic-free packaging material.

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chaYkra is a London based wellness wear brand founded by British Indian sisters, Priya & Divya. Their garments are ethically made in India from fair trade organic cotton and the designs are inspired by an East meets West fusion.

The brand name derives from the Sanskrit word for energy and the 7 chakras, energy centres in the body, are reflected in the letters of the brand name. The capital Y in the centre of the brand name stands for 'yoga' and 'you', reflecting how important it is to engage in wellness practices to balance & optimise your own energy flows. 

chaYkra works with a fair trade factory that uses GOTS certified organic cotton from the Chetna Organic cooperative. Chetna Organic works with more than 15,000 small farmers to develop and implement sustainable agriculture. The farmers receive a fair trade premium on top of the minimum price and can therefore sustain a livelihood and invest in valuable social projects within the community. The factory itself is both SA8000 and GOTS certified, so fair trade conditions are guaranteed.

chaYkra clothing is proud to be fair, sustainable and also completely vegan!

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Chureca Chic is a jewellery brand that makes jewellery from recycled paper with a protective layer. The brand got its name from Chureca, once the largest waste dump in Central America. When this waste dump was privatized, many women lost their jobs because they used the dump was their source of income. Chureca Chic is a brand originated from the Earth Education Project, an NGO that wants to help women through a training program that ensures that they can get a permanent job. The proceeds from Chureca Chic keep the program alive. Chureca Chic is therefore a brand that supports women, but the jewellery itself is also beautiful and sustainable.

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Citron Jaune was founded by Jenny Randria, a Madagascar fashion designer trained in Paris. Fashion is in Jenny's blood because her grandparents were tailors and embroiderers. Jenny combines her Malagasy style with the sophistication of the Parisian woman to create beautiful clothes for girls from 4 months to 14 years old and adult women.

Why fair? Citron Jaune produces all of their clothes in their own workshop in Madagascar. There they work under good working conditions for a living wage. Many of the materials are BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) certified, which means that cotton production takes place under good working conditions and that employees are not paid less than minimum wages.

Why environmentally friendly? Citron Jaune works for 90% with natural materials that are leftovers from factories. This is partly BCI cotton, which means that the cotton is produced in a more environmentally friendly way than regular cotton (it is not organic cotton). The other part is viscose. Citron Jaune also uses zebu horn and mother-of-pearl for the finishing of some products. These are OEKOTEX 100 certified (just like 95% of the other materials) and therefore free from hazardous chemicals. All materials are locally made.

Why a good cause? Citron Jaune is committed to empowering women on low incomes by providing them with decent work with fair wages.

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Coconut Matter is an ethical and ecological beauty brand from Hong Kong. Their mission is to reduce the plastic packaging in every bathroom and that is why they go one step further than recycling: all beauty products have a compostable, zero waste packaging. They ask you to join the post-plastic generation! The brand uses only natural ingredients, according to the COSMOS guidelines: an international standard for organic and natural cosmetic products. The products are 100% vegan. Coconut Matters believes it is important to also have a social impact and that is why they collaborate with communities on the Solomon Islands that grow beautiful wild coconuts and turn them into organic coconut oil. To give something back, Coconut Matters contributes to the preservation of the reefs and rain forests on the islands and the communities are assisted in maintaining a sustainable zero waste lifestyle.

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The collections of Colorful Standard are sustainable, colorful and simple: essential basics that have been produced in a responsible manner. Colorful Standard contributes to a sustainable future by taking simple, small actions that make an impact in both the short term and the long term. From the material they use to the way their employees are treated: it is their mission to be as fair and ethical as possible. The products are produced in Portugal by a team of hard-working, trained employees with whom a close relationship has been built up over recent years. Colorful Standard works according to the labor laws of the European Union, which offers a good guideline for fair working conditions. The brand is committed to transparency and it is therefore always possible to visit the factory to see how the clothing is made. All clothing is made from 100% organic cotton and the accessories are made from 100% Italian Merino wool.

Colorful Standard set up a soccer club in Congo a few years ago, in collaboration with the local population. Colorful Standard has of course also made football shirts for the members of the football club. This football club is now more: it is an activity center where around 400 children between the ages of 6 and 25 are entertained every day.

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Common Texture is an online slow fashion boutique. The boutique was started by three women who, after years of living in India, decided to share their love for the country and craftsmanship with the rest of the world. The products are fair trade and hand-made by local craftsmen and small women's cooperatives who have passed on the techniques that they use from generation to generation. Because every product is made by hand, each product is also unique. The people that made the products are paid fair wages. In this way, Common Texture tries to preserve traditional craftsmanship and heritage and to support the local population. In addition, where possible, they use up-cycled textiles to reduce their impact on the environment.

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Coq and Pâte puts a smile on your face with their retro prints and large animal prints. Great clothes for you, your child and the world. All products are GOTS certified and therefore made from organic cotton that is sourced in a fair and eco-friendly manner. The clothing is produced in India and Coq and Pâte donates part of their proceeds to charities that protect wild animals.

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COSSAC is a hot new eco-brand started in 2014. The brand started to fight fast-fashion by producing sustainable clothing that you really want to wear. The quality of the COSSAC clothing is high and designed and made for the stylish woman. COSSAC designs her clothing in London and produces in Europe. The clothing is produced in Turkey and Portugal in small factories where the founders of COSSAC have personal contact with their employees. The factories where they produce are GOTS or ISO certified, which means that the production is fair and environmentally friendly.

COSSAC uses sustainable materials such as organic cotton, Tencel and modal. They work hard create the smallest possible ecological footprint. 

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The slow fashion brand Cuida designs and produces clothing in Spain. The brand aims to take care of our planet while producing sophisticated, feminine clothing. The material is cut in Madrid and then brought to Alicante, where the garment is sewn together in a nice workshop. Their first product was launched in May 2020: the perfect blazer dress, from Tencel and Cupro (made from pure cellulose), two sustainable and environmentally friendly materials. The material comes from MeetMILK, a sustainable supplier from Denmark. Their material is produced fair trade in Turkey. The material for the linings and buttons are both from Spain. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, Cuida has not yet been able to visit the suppliers, but this is certainly at the top of the list when this is possible again. The packaging is made from 90% recycled material and is 100% recyclable.

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Cuitu bags and hats are produced fair trade in Turku, Finland. The workshop and studio of Cuitu are under the same roof, which ensures that the working conditions can be kept under control. The main material that Cuitu uses for the bags is surplus from dry suit production in Finland: a waterproof rubber material. Because no extra special glue has been used, the bag is not completely waterproof, but it is splash-proof. The zippers and straps come from Italy, where they are produced under pleasant conditions. The buckles come from a Finnish wholesaler, who sources the buckles from Sweden and Italy. The wholesaler provides certificates of the factories where these buckles come from. The inner labels are made of organic cotton and are made in Finland. These Finnish manufacturers have more than 70 years of experience in sustainable label printing. Cuitu follows a zero-waste policy and aims to make sustainable bags of high quality. Cuitu likes to support small, local entrepreneurs and encourages young people in schools and through local start-up projects to consider entrepreneurship. The Cuitu team is also encouraged to make sustainable choices in daily life, such as taking the bicycle or public transport to work.

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CUS is a wonderful Spanish Mediterranean brand. The designs are timeless and are made environmentally and human friendly. The production takes place locally in Spain and only environmentally friendly materials such as organic cotton, recycled denim, recycled wool, recycled polyester, tencel, bamboo and Xisqueta wool are used. A large part of the production takes place in local factories that support women with a risk of social exclusion. These are, for example, women who have been in prison or women from social services.

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Dadamora is an Estonian kids brand. The clothing from Dadamora is mostly made from GOTS certified organic cotton, which is cotton that is sourced in a fair and environmentally friendly way. A small part of their collection is made from cotton that is only OEKOTEX certified, which means that it's free from toxins and hazardous chemicals. The clothing is sewn in Estonia where they easily make sure that the clothing is produced fair trade and is silkscreen printed by hand at their own studio in Tallinn.

 

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Dedicated was founded in 2012 by a group of friends in Stockholm. They thought it was remarkable that no streetwear brand was committed to better working conditions and a smaller ecological footprint. Bound by their passion for graphic design, photography, music and pop culture, they decided to start such a brand themselves. From the outset, they focused on developing long-term relationships with their suppliers and using GOTS certified organic cotton. Except that they now design entire collections instead of a few t-shirts, the brand has not changed. Fair trade and environmentally friendly production are still of paramount importance to them. For example, they now also work with fair trade certified cotton and recycled polyester and are only planning to get even better.

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Demalou designs and produces eco-friendly swimwear with the active woman in mind. They have five different designs in different, colourful prints to adapt to all activities you can imagine: swimming, surfing etc. Demalou still produces in a small, fair trade factory in China. Because the brand is moving from Hong Kong to Germany, the brand wants to start producing the 2021 collection in Portugal in order to keep contact closely. Demalou will, of course, make sure that this workshop will also have good and safe working conditions and fair wages. The swimwear uses recycled polyamide and ECONYL® (recycled nylon), from Italy. With this, Demalou converts waste into valuable, fashionable swimwear.

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The dress that makes every girl happy! The dresses by Dress by Mila are made locally in a studio in Amsterdam by experienced craftsmen who value quality and craftsmanship. The brand designs timeless dresses for children, which are produced ethically. The dresses are made in a limited edition, to prevent overproduction and waste. Dress by Mila tries to use as many sustainable materials as possible, such as GOTS-certified organic cotton. Dress by Mila does not use plastic as a packaging material.

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Dressarte Paris is an online clothing atelier started in Paris. All clothing that Dressarte Paris offers is tailor-made. So you can choose the standard sizes, but you can also specify your own sizes and then they make the clothing so that it fits you perfectly. The clothing is largely made in the family atelier of the founder of Dressarte Paris, in Russia. The rest of the clothing is made in other small family ateliers where people receive a fair wage and work under good working conditions.

Dressarte Paris only produces after the order, which ensures that they produce far less overproduction, and they also work as much zero waste as possible, which means that they waste as little fabric as possible. They only use high-quality natural materials that are biodegradable. Part of their collection is vegan and they use sustainable materials such as organic cotton, linen and hemp.

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Elements of Freedom is known for quality, perfect fit, beautiful natural fabrics and unique prints. Clothing that is easy to style and timelessly fashionable: fashionable, but not for one season. Sustainable, also in the sense that the clothing will give you years of pleasure. Elements of Freedom's clothing is produced fair trade in factories that are regularly visited by the brand's Dutch and German partners.

The woven products are made in Sofia, Bulgaria and the knitwear is made in a knitting company in Mongolia, which works on the basis of BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative). The brand works with natural materials such as ECOVERO ™ and FSC Viscose (from sustainable wood pulp), GOTS and "Better Cotton Initiative" cotton and RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) wool. All these materials come from Europe (Italy, France and Portugal). Elements of Freedom uses bicycle couriers to send the packages. Their new building is CO2 neutral, they have solar panels on the roof and provide themselves with energy.

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Elephas Paris originated in France and makes its products in Africa. The brand is set up to protect the communities that share their rich, natural resources by giving them an income that comes from a company with a positive, sustainable impact. Elephas Paris sells products from Shea butter, made by women in Africa who hereby become important allies in protecting the Shea forests, the habitat of the largest population of elephants in West Africa. The products are made from the highest quality Shea butter and therefore offer a rich and healthy form of skin care. The products are also free from chemical substances, palm oil and also plastic-free! The women receive a fair wage and in addition 1 kg of cornflakes is donated to a woman from the community for every soap sold and 1 meal is donated to a street child who goes to school through the supported associations. Elephas Paris is the first beauty brand to be Wildlife Friendly® certified by the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network for the protection of elephant habitats.

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Emily McNair collections offer nonchalant, classic and elegant pieces for modern women. Emily McNair is a fourth-generation needlewoman with a passion for exquisite textiles. She uses traditional couture techniques, that she learned at an early age from her grandmother, combined with modern machinery and production techniques. The brand is based on the belief that wardrobe staples that are made to last are able to be produced without damaging our planet.  All of their pieces are handmade in the UK, with an eye for detail. The team works with natural materials where possible, and if not possible, they recycle textiles that would otherwise be sent to landfill: this way textiles are used in circulation. Moreover, all packaging is made from recyclable/recycled material. The brand is no longer using any animal-derived textiles for their products and therefore vegan.

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Espero is a German clothing brand that makes basics with a nice print with the aim of helping protected species and protecting nature. A large part of Espero's proceeds go to charities.

Fair trade: The clothing is produced in Bangladesh and is made in a factory monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation. The Fair Wear Foundation has rated this supplier with a score of 80 out of 100, which is a very nice score that implies good working condition. Improvement is, of course, always possible and the Fair Wear Foundation advises the supplier how to further improve. The full report of the audit they carried out in 2020 can be found here

Environmentally friendly: the clothing is made from organic cotton and some items contain a small amount of recycled polyester.

Vegan: the clothing is completely vegan and has the PETA-approved vegan certification.

Good cause: 25% of the proceeds of Espero will be donated to the conservation of nature and protected animal species. They support locations and causes such as Drakenstein Lion Park, Virunga National Park, the Kindred Spirit Elephant Sanctuary, Helping Rhinos and Saving The Survivors.

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ESTEFAN is a Nicaraguan bags and accessories brand founded by Estefania Lacayo. Together with the local craftsmen, she makes beautiful products with which she wants to show that a lot of beautiful things can come from Nicaragua. The products are made in a workshop in Masaya where she works with the local artisans whom she pays a fair wage. Do you want to see who made the bags? You can see them in this video.

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EthCrafted Accessories is a brand from the UK that makes beautiful accessories in Ethiopia. There all items are made by hand under good working conditions for a fair salary. Everything is made locally by real craftsmen, often women, of whom their craft has been passed on from generation to generation. EthCrafted gives these people the opportunity to use their craftsmanship, get a fair price for it, and helps them further develop their skills. All materials used are taken from the local environment. Everything is handmade, without industrial processes. Finally, EthCrafted plans to donate 5% of all revenue from products sold to a charity that helps the local community there.

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Ethletic is a sustainable German shoe brand. Every step in the Ethletic production process is ethical. The cotton is grown in India and is organically grown and Fairtrade certified, so produced under fair working conditions. The rubber of the shoes is natural rubber and comes from FSC certified forests in Sri Lanka. This means that the forests where the rubber comes from are managed sustainably. The shoes are assembled in Pakistan under fair working conditions in a factory that is also Fairtrade certified. All Ethletic shoes are 100% Peta Approved vegan, so you don't have to worry about animal suffering. Finally, Ethletic gives $ 1 for each pair of shoes that they sell to the Workers Welfare Society at their factory in Sialkot in Pakistan.

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Fabric For Freedom is an English brand that makes stylish clothing from a combination of environmentally friendly and recycled materials. For example, they use organic cotton, and they have a collection of upcycled items. Fabric For Freedom also uses residual materials, also known as 'end of the roll' materials, which would otherwise have been thrown away. The clothing is all produced in a factory in the UK under fair working conditions.

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Rachel and Fumie, two nomadic mamas bringing up their children in India, are the designers of  FARA boutique, a conscious clothing brand.  Inspired by the thought of giving a beautiful planet on to the next generations, with their brand they focus on sustainability and fair trade. They got inspiration from the natural, rich fabrics of India that are handcrafted for centuries by the talented artisans of Varanasi. That is why FARA uses eco-friendly materials like hemp, raw silk and works with traditional dyeing and weaving processes.  Silk and hemp are one of the most sustainable materials to work with, as they are incredibly renewable, use no pesticides in cultivation and very little water. The jewellery is hand-made in London from sterling silver and 18ct yellow gold plating. FARA boutique offers cool, bohemian clothes for nights at the beach around sunset, adventures and to wear when while dancing when nobody’s watching.

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Francis Stories sells ethically produced clothing made from soft, comfortable, sustainable and fair wool. 100% of the wool comes from Italy under the Sustainability Wool Integrity Program, confirming the focus on sustainability and fair treatment of the animals. The garments are made in Portugal by a team that works in a safe and healthy workshop. It is important for Francis Stories to work only with natural materials, without chemical treatments that can harm the environment, humans, and animals.

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Fred's World by Green Cotton is a Danish children's clothing brand. All their clothing is made from GOTS certified cotton and wool. This means that the materials are both organic, and produced under fair working conditions. The materials are sewn into clothes in Ukraine under fair working conditions. The whole garment is GOTS certified, so also in the dying, weaving, and sewing the clothing is made with high environmental and social standards.

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Funky Kalakar is a sustainable fashion company that works towards improving the future of fashion, by making a collection of vegan shoes and bags (PETA-approved). They strive to become circular because they believe that circular fashion is the way out of the current chaos. The brand uses a combination of natural and upcycled/recycled materials. The materials come from different places in India and the production takes place in Mumbai. The sole of the shoes is made from discarded car tires saved from the landfill. To date, they have upcycled over 1400 kg tires! The bags are made of a material that can be recycled up to 8 times. The packaging is 100% plastic-free (including the tape) and 100% biodegradable. Funky Kalakar deliberately does not donate to charities, because they believe that you only really empower people when you work with them instead of having them be dependent on donations. The brand does look at the needs of its craftsmen.

During the Covid-19 crisis in April, 100% of the proceeds go directly to the craftsmen. Funky Kalakar has also launched the 'Go Zero' initiative, a circular fashion initiative where the brand takes back used shoes and bags to give them a second life and save them from the landfill. Check their website for more information! Funky Kalakar believes in creating a complete sustainable experience, from design to shipping, with the following core values: circularity, veganism, empowerment and transparency.

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Each of GAÂLA's pieces is made from luxurious upcycled fabrics in a small-scale European workshop where they work with a team of skilled artisans. The collection consists of workwear, but also colourful summer clothing and luxurious casual wear.

Fair trade: the clothing is made in a workshop in Vitebsk, Belarus. This studio is located 5 minutes from the owner's apartment. This allows the owner and the craftsmen to work together on the products every day. The owner can also easily ensure good working conditions because of this.

Environmentally friendly: Gaâla uses deadstock material. In their case, this is small amounts of residual material and materials with defects or stains (which are cut away).  As a result, only few items are made per design in the collection, because the use of residual material simply means they can't make more with the same material. Gaâla likes to work with natural materials. For example, a large part of the collection is made of linen and in the future, they also want to work with organic cotton and sustainable bamboo viscose.

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Each Gerrie Janssen handbag was designed by Gerrie herself in her studio in London. Gerrie Janssen's handbags are a luxury product that will last a lifetime. A rough sketch by Gerrie is developed into a technical design, which is then brought to life by a team of skilled professionals in a small factory. Taking into account the learning process of a month, as well as the diligent craftsmanship of the employees, it can take up to 8 weeks from start to finish to make a bag. Every bag is made to order. The bags are made from vegetable-tanned eco-leather from Scandinavia, processed in Tuscany, Italy and processed in Romania in the little leather factory under fair working conditions. The factory where the final bags are made protects the employees by paying above the minimum wage. All products are produced locally within Europe to keep the CO2 footprint low.

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Gina Cusachs is a label with contemporary high-quality accessories, founded by fashion designer and stylist Gina Cusachs. The SS19 collection consists of a number of beautiful, brightly coloured scarves made from 100% Italian silk. Each scarf is handmade in Spain, where a small factory is run by a specialized Spanish family that aims for the highest quality. With part of the profit, Gina Cusachs supports programs that help children in the poorest parts of the world.

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Good Tee Co. is a UK T-shirt brand that wants to show that it is possible to both have fun with fashion, whilst loving the planet.  The T-shirts and sweaters from Good Tee Co.  are sourced from the producer Stanley & Stella. Stanley & Stella is a company that produces clothing that brands can personalize themselves. They produce under fair working conditions in 7 different factories. 95% of clothing is produced in Bangladesh under fair working conditions. Stanley & Stella is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, they produce under fair conditions and were fully checked in 2017 by the Fair Wear Foundation. You can find the report here.

The T-shirts that Good Tee Co. uses are a blend are made of 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, which means that it was sourced both fair trade and environmentally friendly. The sweaters are a blend of the GOTS certified cotton, with 15% recycled polyester blended in. They also use eco-friendly and vegan inks for printing the T-shirts and sweaters, which makes their complete collection suitable for vegans.

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In 2018, Ewa Sieniawska launched a beautiful collection of wicker baskets and bags under the name Hers Wave. The products are made from natural products and raw materials and combined into timeless designs: the perfect collection for a summer on the Mediterranean coast. The collection is made by local artisans in Poland, under ethical working conditions and where female entrepreneurship is encouraged. In the future, Ewa hopes that Hers Wave can be involved in keeping the oceans clean, animal shelters and fair rights for women.

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Hidden Beneath Underwear is an eco-luxury underwear brand from the UK. All materials they use are made or sourced from the UK and all clothing is handmade and made-to-order. So they never overproduce. At Hidden Beneath they use sustainable materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton and elastic made in the UK. The dyes are low-toxic and everything is made by hand by the owner of Hidden Beneath Underwear and her part-time seamstress. They work in the UK and therefore under fair working conditions. The Hidden Beneath items are vegan and are packaged in plastic-free compostable material.

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Hide The Label is a beautiful women's clothing brand from London. The brand was started by the siblings Shereen and Ryan Barrett, because they thought things had to change in the fashion industry. That is why they produce stylish and ethical clothing. The clothing is produced under fair working conditions by a small factory in China, which they have often visited to check the working conditions. They try to help the factory to become certified, but because it is such a small supplier, it is still quite expensive.

Hide The Label makes 80% of their clothing from recycled polyester, for the rest they use viscose. They do not dye the clothes, but print digitally on the clothes, which saves a lot of water. The dyes are on a water basis and free from animal products. The materials used are also free of animal products, making Hide The Label a vegan brand. In addition, all clothing is transported by train, this saves a lot of CO2. Finally, the clothing tags are made from recycled paper.

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Honest Basics makes beautiful basics from GOTS certified cotton. The clothing is made in one partner factory in Bangladesh, where the working conditions are good. The factory is also GOTS certified, which indicates that the factory works under safe and healthy working conditions and provides living wages. Honest Basics visits the factory once a year to see this with its own eyes. Within the factory there are different people working with different tasks, who receive a different wage per task. The lowest wage that is paid is higher than the minimum wage in Bangladesh, but it is not generous. To do something extra for these people, campaigns are often organized: for example, food or clothing is distributed around the national holidays. Honest Basics is also involved in supporting the employees of the factory. Honest basics is aware of the environmental impact that clothing can have and that is why they are currently in the process of becoming fully circular and analyzing how much CO2 there is in the cycle of a garment to reduce this amount.

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Indikidual is a UK kids brand, that makes their clothing from GOTS certified organic cotton in small runs in factories they trust. They produce in  Southern India with a small manufacturer that can supply them with small runs. They understand the importance of Fair Trade certifications but for them, using a small factory which they are able to visit regularly and have a good relationship with is much more important.

 

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Insecta is a sustainable Brazilian shoe brand. The shoes are mainly made from recycled materials such as rubber and PET, but also from recycled natural fabrics. The shoes are made in Brazil under fair working conditions. The shoes are mainly made by women who receive a fair wage. Insecta fights for women's rights and emancipation and does this mainly through entrepreneurship. The Insecta shoes are 100% vegan and therefore also Peta approved.

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Gabriele from Inspiration Her started making jewellery in 2016. She came back from backpacking and didn't have a cent left. At her mother's house, she started learning how to make jewellery until she made something she was proud of and would like to show to the world. After several years of travelling through Spain and Portugal, where she continued to make jewellery while she travelled, she settled in Lisbon with Inspiration Her. All jewellery from Inspiration Her are made by Gabriele herself in Lisbon.

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Iron Roots is a sportswear brand started by three friends who were annoyed by the large amount of plastic used in the production of sportswear. They couldn't find an alternative on the market and decided that they had to take matters into their own hands. By only using natural, sustainable materials such as hemp and lyocell, they want to become THE alternative to standard sportswear. The hemp fabrics are imported from China and assembled into sportswear in Portugal. The lyocellular fabrics are made in Europe and also assembled in Portugal. By producing locally as much as possible, Iron Roots wants to ensure that everyone within the production chain is treated and paid fairly.

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Isabella Oliver is the label of sustainable and comfortable maternity clothes from House of Baukjen. The clothing is made in 16 family workshops in Portugal, 1 workshop in Bulgaria and 1 factory in China. They are in close contact with these workshops to keep a close eye on the working conditions. Isabella Oliver and Baukjen are certified B Corporations by B Corp. This certificate is issued to companies that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and legal liability to balance purpose and profit. The brand uses sustainable and natural materials such as viscose from Lenzing ™ Ecovero ™, organic cotton, mulesing-free wool and Italian linen. Baukjen plants a tree for every order, and they support multiple charities around women and children, including the Children's Trust Tree Project.

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Ivero is the bags and accessories brand from Iveth Rodriguez. Iveth makes her products from upcycled items that she finds around lakes and on beaches. She makes everything herself, which guarantees that nobody is exploited to make the products. Ivero is a Nicaraguan brand based in the capital Managua.

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Jackalo is a children's clothing brand that produces clothing that is really meant to be played in. The clothing is sturdy and is easy to move around in. The clothing is made to last and to pass on to brothers or sisters.

Jackalo's clothing is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. The cotton comes from Kyrgyzstan and Uganda where the cotton is obtained under fair and sustainable working conditions. The cotton is then woven and spun by a German producer Elmer & Zweifel, who only produces under fair working conditions. Finally, the clothing is sewn together in Portugal, where the people are also paid fair wages and work under safe and hygienic conditions.

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With a bottle of wine and a lack of eco-fashion brands, the two friends Julia and Anna founded the Jan 'n June 2013 label in Hamburg. They wanted to make green fashion that is also affordable and create large collections that are not green, but especially black, which fits with their motto: "Black is the new Green". This philosophy is also reflected in its products. For example, their organic cotton and the recycled polyester are GOTS and Oeko-Tex certified. In addition, the Jan 'n June collections are produced in Poland to ensure quality and good working conditions.

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JNY Kids is a Swedish kids brand. The clothing is made in Europe in small family owned factories to ensure fair working conditions and it's most often made in Turkey or Lithuania. JNY KIDS only uses cotton that is GOTS certified to ensure environmentally produced cotton that was made under fair working conditions.

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Johnny Romance is a French brand that embroides sustainable T-shirts that are organic GOTS certified and produced under the supervision of the Fair Wear Foundation. The shirts are embroidered in the South West of France under fair working conditions.

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Julia Otilia Organic Jewellery is a jewellery brand inspired by nature. They make conscious decisions about the use of materials and the production of the jewellery and strive to be as sustainable as possible. For the jewellery, they mainly use gold and silver, and recycled materials where possible. They also make of freshwater pearls, eco-leather, cork, organic seeds, natural nuts, and wood. All jewellery is made under fair working conditions in a small studio in Bali and the final touch they do in their own studio in Utrecht.

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Jungle Folk is a brand for strong and independent women. The clothing is timeless and made consciously from the most beautiful, certified organic material. Baby alpaca wool, organic cotton, and the animal-friendly 'peace silk' are a number of materials that can be found in the collection. This "peace silk" comes from a GOTS certified Indian project, where the silk fibers are only extracted when the butterfly has left the cocoon. The silkworms can, therefore, live their entire life cycle. This process is extremely labour-intensive, but it provides employment for silk weavers and their families. Another advantage is that it is not treated with chemical pesticides, nor is the raw silk cleaned or softened with chemicals, which is why the silk is all organic.
The Alpaca wool does not come from mass companies, but from small farms with a few Alpacas, which graze in wide fields and are shaved by hand. The products are made by carefully selected communities and professionals around the world, who are in personal contact with Jungle Folk. For example, the Alpaca wool is spun in Arequipa where the Alpaqueros (Alpaca farmers) bring their wool. The cotton is organic Pima cotton from Peru. This cotton is completely hand-picked, by 500 farming families who work together in a Fair Trade and GOTS certified association.

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Jyoti - Fair Works is a German-Indian brand that produces in a fair and ecological way. The goal of Jyoti is to make clothing that not only makes you happy, but also the people that make the clothing. This starts with the raw cotton. The cotton that Jyoti uses is mainly GOTS certified fair and organic, a small part is not yet certified because a small part of the weaving companies with which Jyoti cooperates does not yet have access to certified cotton. The collaboration with Jyoti, however, gives them the chance to switch to certified organic cotton, which they will soon do.

Jyoti uses fabric that comes from various weaving companies. Jyoti puts a lot of effort into making sure that all these companies produce in a fair way. Not all of them have certifications, often because this is too expensive for them, but Jyoti has visited every workplace to see how the work is going. You can read all about Jyoti's producers on their website.

The clothing is then sewn together in a small sewing workshop in Chittapur by seamstresses who have a social disadvantage. The eleven seamstresses who work there receive a fair wage and the opportunity for training and healthcare. They are given the opportunity to work around their children's school schedule and can take out an interest-free loan with Jyoti, for example for investing in a gas stove to replace their polluting wood stove.

From seed to garment, the entire production process takes place in India, by demanding fair and environmentally friendly working conditions, Jyoti - Fair Works makes the world a little more beautiful.

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Kantala is a bag brand from Sri Lanka. The brand originated from the love for traditional craftsmanship in Sri Lanka to turn Hana leaves into Hana mats. The art of making these mats has been around for 300 years and Kantala is giving this old art a modern twist by turning them into beautiful bags and purses. The Kantala bags are made in Henavala, where the artisans still practice the art of making the Hana mats. There are 22 craftsmen working for Kantala, with ages 24 to 72, who lovingly manufacture the mats. They get paid fair wages by Kantala and thanks to Kantala they have the opportunity to breathe new life into their craft, which is threatened with extinction.

Kantala's products are 100% vegan and also Peta approved vegan. They only use environmentally friendly materials such as the Hana leaves that grow quickly, do not require watering and also do not require any pesticide or insecticide. In addition, use is also made of Piñatex ™, a material made from pineapple peels, fair trade (WFTO certified) hand-woven fabric and coconut peels. Everything is painted with Oekotex certified paint, which means that it is free of hazardous and toxic substances.

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Karla Castillo is a jewellery brand started by Karla herself. Karla is a dentist during the day, but in the evening she is a silversmith. She makes beautiful one-of-a-kind items, but also a standard line with simple designs that she keeps repeating. All her jewellery comes in a unique envelope or bag. These are specially made at ETCA, an NGO that works with donated substances in a fishing town on the Nicaraguan coast.

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Kind Kompany was founded in April 2019 by former model Sam Howlett. During her time modelling, Sam became overwhelmed with insecurities and grew more and more unhappy. After having achieved her goal of fronting one of the worlds most known Tattoo magazine, she decided to step back from modelling and focus on finding happiness again. Sam began to change her lifestyle and incorporate mindfulness into her daily life; in addition to an ethical and sustainable lifestyle, Kind Kompany was founded.

Fair trade: the materials come from India, where they are made in a fair factory that works according to the principles of the Fair Wear Foundation. This organization periodically monitors this location.

Environmentally friendly: the clothing is made from organic cotton and the packaging is made from recycled or biodegradable material.

Locally Produced: The final product is printed locally in the UK.

Vegan: the clothing has the PETA-approved vegan quality mark and is therefore completely vegan & cruelty-free.

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Kings of Indigo (K.O.I.) is a classic American jeans brand with a Japanese eye for detail. The jeans of K.O.I. are of high quality and are made to last and fit well. In addition to jeans, the denim brand also makes other clothing with an American street wear style. K.O.I. does its very best to be as sustainable as possible. In addition to clothing that lasts a long time, they use sustainable materials. The organic cotton that is used is GOTS certified, and they also use Tencel / Lyocell or linen. In addition, K.O.I. also re-uses their materials, usually a lot of good material is thrown away when making jeans, but they try to create a minimal amount of waste. To make their energy consumption more sustainable, 40-50% of their energy comes from their own solar panels and the products are packaged in 100% recycled cardboard. Kings of Indigo is completely Peta-approved vegan from the SS20 collection and on.

To K.O.I., treating their employees well is also very important, which is why they work together with FWF to improve their fair production. 96% of the production is controlled by FWF. You can read the 2018 report here.

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Kite is the children's clothing brand for the little adventurer. The clothing is planet friendly and is made for children between 0 and 11 years. Kite holds sustainability in high regard, which is why all their products are made from GOTS certified organic cotton or fleece made from 50% recycled plastic bottles. Produced is a fair and organic way! The clothing for the largest part produced in India under fair working conditions.

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Know The Origin (KTO) is a brand with a clear mission: to make clothing that is stylish, fair, sustainable and affordable. When they started it was said that it wasn't possible, but it turns out: Of course it is possible!

At KTO they are completely transparent, from cotton farmer, to sewing factory, to your wardrobe, every step of the process is fair and sustainable. The producers of KTO are in Bangladesh and India. After visiting more than 150 factories, KTO found factories that match their standards. The standards of fair pay, good working conditions and no child labour. To guarantee this, the factories where they produce are Fairtrade certified.

In addition to fair production, KTO is very committed to materials that are both sustainable and obtained fairly. 3/4 of their clothing is therefore made from Fairtrade and GOTS certified material. They use Tencel, bamboo, modal, organic cotton and recycled materials.

Finally, all packaging material used by KTO is made from 100% recycled material, biodegradable material, or FSC certified paper.

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Knowledge Cotton Apparel is a Danish men's clothing brand with a clear philosophy: Acquire knowledge, take action, earn respect. By gaining knowledge they mean that you first have to become aware of the problem. The clothing industry is often bad for the environment and for people, but not everyone is aware of how great this problem is. Knowledge Cotton Apparel is very aware of the problems and has taken considerable action. All their clothing is now GOTS certified, and in the sewing factories in India there is collaboration with Fairtrade and SA8000. This is only possible because all Knowledge Cotton suppliers have the same goal: a world with only fair fashion! Knowledge Cotton Apparel now plans to save the environment 400,000 liters of chemicals and pesticides in the year 2020, and 4.5 million plastic recycle bottles. Impressive, but not enough is what they think at Knowledge Cotton. To make a real difference, the entire fashion industry must change! That's why they do their best to convince their suppliers, customers, and business partners of their ideas, so that we can all create a sustainable future.

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Komrads is a sneaker brand that is consciously engaged in sustainable and fair production. The trainers are produced in Portugal and the materials come from Italy and Portugal. They visit the workshops twice a year and have close contact with the contact person in Portugal, who keeps them well informed about the business and the possibilities. The shoe is made from the residue of the apple juice industry, the final product is called apple leather. This is a fairly new process in which constant innovative research leads to improvement of the product. The other materials are recycled rubber (sole), recycled plastic (laces) and recycled cotton (laces, lining). The trainers are 100% vegan!

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KOW Lifestyle was founded in 2015 by Godie van de Paal in Siem Reap, Combodja with the idea that corporate social responsibility is not only possible, but also feasible. KOW has a collection of comfortable slippers and espadrilles for men, women and children, as well as a number of products for home decoration.

The espadrilles are made of cotton and the soles of hemp and natural rubber. The slippers are made of wool and acrylic, whereby acrylic will soon be replaced by bamboo viscose. Many of the materials come from Europe, to ensure that it is of good quality, which is an important part of KOW's sustainability objectives. The espradrilles are made with cut-offs from the local textile industry in Cambodia. To compensate for the CO2 footprint of importing the materials from Europe, KOW tries to collaborate with a local NGO that can plant trees as compensation.

KOW was set up with the idea that products that cannot be produced sustainably and responsibly have no right to exist. This philosophy means that KOW only makes high-quality products that last a long time, and with that they contribute to the slow fashion movement. KOW products are made exclusively under humane and responsible conditions. That means good working conditions, but it also means looking at what the employees need: these needs are met. For example, KOW regularly cooperates with local NGOs and employees are (financially) encouraged to follow a training course in addition to their work. The packaging material that KOW uses for the products is 100% biodegradable: cardboard shoe boxes and where plastic is needed, they use "cassava plastic" from the NGO Cleanbodia.

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Kūlson is a unisex sneakers brand that only uses European materials and has a footbed made of recycled memory foam. For every pair sold, the label donates 4% to organizations that are committed to clearing the oceans from plastic waste and removing lost fishing nets. Designed in Berlin - Made in Portugal.

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La Luna Rose is a sustainable jewellery brand from New Zealand. Founder Rosie calls herself a "gipsy for life". She designs jewellery for bon vivants around the world who live, laugh and celebrate love. Her jewellery is made from 99% recycled silver and thus contributes to a circular future. In addition to recycled silver, organic cotton, ramie, linen are used. The paint is on a vegetable basis. The products are made in a few small workshops in Bali, run by Balinese families. Ethical working conditions are very important to La Luna Rose, which is reflected in wages and the possibility of combining family life with work.

La Luna Rose wants to continue recycling as many materials as possible. That is why they hope to launch a buy-back system in 2020 whereby old jewellery can be donated so that La Luna Rose can recycle these metals and gemstones. In addition, the gain of the weight of the metals is returned to the planet through a donation. From the annual sale, La Luna Rose donates a part to charity: 1% for the planet, Take 3 for the Sea and Sustainable Coastlines.

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Langbrett is a surf and skater brand that produces in a sustainable way. Their products are made in Europe, in particular in Portugal, under fair working conditions. They mostly use organic cotton and only use naturally tanned leather, so free of chrome. In addition, they also use upcycled materials and sustainable materials such as cork.

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Lanius is a brand founded in 1999 by Claudia Lanius with a clear vision to bring ecological materials and fair working conditions together to create beautiful feminine items. Lanius stands for LOVE FASHION / THINK ORGANIC / BE RESPONSIBLE and you can see that in their clothing. The brand is GOTS certified, which means that the clothing is made from organic materials that were grown in an eco-friendly manner under fair working conditions. It also means that the clothing was sewn together in factories that produce environmentally friendly and under fair working conditions. Lanius has a personal relationship with all their facilities and they visit them often.

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Lea & Jojo is a kids clothing brand that specializes in rain wear. They make raincoats from recycled PET with an GOTS certified cotton lining. The clothing is completely produced in China, in certified factories. The suppliers have to carry the GOTS and OEKOTEX certificates to ensure environmentally friendly and fair trade production and to make sure that no toxic and hazardous substances are used. The factories also carry the Bluesign certificate to ensure environmentally friendly and save working conditions.

Lea & Jojo also has a swimwear line now which is made from Econyl. This is nylon made from recycled fishnets out of the ocean. Since this material is made in Italy they also do the rest of their swimwear production in Europe. Of course under fair working conditions.

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League Collective is a multifunctional sportswear brand from London. The clothing is made to be functional and stylish for different sports. For example, you can wear their bodysuit as a bathing suit, but also as a yoga or dance outfit.
League Collective makes their items from high quality fabrics made from 100% recycled material. The clothing is produced in the heart of London under fair working conditions.

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LEE KLABIN is an English bridal wear brand that wants to make the world a better place in many areas. The brand is built on four pillars: Modern aesthetics, environmental cause, social cause, and charities. The LEE KLABIN clothing is therefore made for the modern woman with modern designs. The clothing is made in the UK by employees who are allowed to work from their own home at working hours that they determine for a fair wage.

The clothing is made from environmentally friendly materials as much as possible. Such as from GOTS certified organic cotton. The sustainable use of materials is now still 50/50, but LEE KLABIN is working hard to improve this. All LEE KLABIN products are made-to-order, so there is never overproduction. In addition, all the packaging material that LEE KLABIN uses is natural and recycled. All clothing is also completely vegan.

Finally, for every purchase, LEE KLABIN donates 10% to a charity of the bride's choice. The charities you can choose from are: Girls Not BridesPlastic OceansFour Paws and Smart Works.

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Lina Osorio designs the statement hats from Lina Osorio Design. Lina has a passion for creating unique hats in different styles that can be worn by both men and women. Lina Osorio works together with various communities in Colombia (Huila, Tolima, Putumayo) who use their great talents to make the hats. The hats of Lina Osorio are a true fashion statement, with which you contribute to the empowerment of the local artisans in Colombia.

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LINKKENS is an artsy Dutch sneaker brand. The sneakers are produced with respect for the world and attention to every part of the intensive process of shoe production. Art and fashion come together in the collections as famous paintings are the inspiration for many of them. LEFT sneakers are made in Portugal and Italy from recycled PET and chrome-free tanned leather. The leather comes from Europe and is tanned with techniques that ensure lower CO2 emissions. The sneakers have an extra comfortable insole that is made of an Aloe Vera extract. This is an antibacterial latex foam (Texon Aloe Foam), specially developed to achieve a high level of comfort.

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The Lorena Villegas collection is made from residual materials from the fashion industry. These materials are upcycled into unique new items of clothing. The brand prefers to produce on-demand to prevent surpluses of clothing. A part of the collection is produced in Lisbon in a nice and fair trade workshop and the rest is made by Lorena herself in Amsterdam. The beadwork is made in Colombia by a family from the Inga community. They work from home, without high work pressure: Lorena thinks it is more important that the result is beautiful and refined than that it is done quickly. The packaging is made of recycled material and Lorena Villegas has consciously chosen to produce in Europe in order to keep the emissions as low as possible. The beadwork from Colombia is also only taken to the Netherlands by friends and family when they come to visit to minimize emissions.

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l u • c i e e is a sustainable clothing brand that contributes to a pleasant living environment for a small group of incredibly strong women, their families and communities in Bali. These women make Luciee's clothes and therefore there is a story behind every item of clothing. The collection consists of a number of essential high-quality basics for your wardrobe. Natural materials are used for this. By keeping the chain short, the environmental impact remains limited, something that Luciee strives for.

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M.R BRAVO is a Spanish brand that makes clothes for conscious, stylish women. The clothes are made locally in Spain in small sewing studios. These studios employ women who are proud of what they make. They normally work as clothing repairers or entertainers, but for M.R BRAVO they make new clothing for their collections. Part of the collection is made by Maria herself in her own studio. The clothing is made from organic cotton, linen, Tencel and recycled material.

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madeclothing is the label of Samantha from Amsterdam. The materials come from Stanley & Stella, a sustainable Belgian company that produces clothing in Bangladesh under fair working conditions. Stanley & Stella has the PETA certificate for vegan clothing, the GOTS quality mark that has strict conditions for fair and sustainable production and the working conditions are even more closely monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation, the report of which can be found on their website. The clothing is therefore of good origin! The materials used are organic cotton, Tencel, Modal, recycled polyester and recycled PET bottles. The clothing is printed in Amsterdam using the traditional block printing technique. This technique ensures unique garments every time. The ink is water-based, free of toxic ingredients. Samantha works for herself in Amsterdam and starts to earn enough money from madeclothing that she can get a living wage! Samantha donates part of the proceeds to the Ocean Clean up, because she considers the ocean very important.

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The beautiful garments of MAHI Chic are handmade in London by Meshi Einbinder. The garments can be worn forever because of its high quality. Only sustainable and recycled materials are used. The designs are aesthetic and minimalist. Everything that is needed to run MAHI is made from 100% sustainable material and the packaging for shipping is made from sustainable paper. The products are made per requested order, hence, there is no unnecessary clothing produced. Choose MAHI and join the slow-fashion movement!

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Mainio is a Finish kids brand based in Helsinki. The brand uses sustainable materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton, which means that the cotton was sourced in a fair trade and environmentally friendly manner. They also use mulesing-free merino wool, which means that the sheep were not subject of the mulesing practises that are absolutely not animal friendly. The clothing is produced in Lithuania and India in factories that hold an SA8000 certificate, which guarantees fair trade production with living wages.

 

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The makers of Malimo wanted to create a brand that is always one step ahead of fashion. Fashion that connects people and the values ​​of our planet. Malimo means individual style with a good conscience. Malimo plants ten trees for each order. The earth is important to Malimo, so they work together with Eden Projects to make the world a greener, more beautiful place. The upcycled collection from Malimo is made entirely from upcycled silk. It's made from scraps of fabric that would otherwise have been thrown away. Each piece of clothing is made by passionate tailors who work at fair hours in a safe environment for a fair wage. Malimo works closely with a family of tailors in Mumbai whom they met on one of their travels. The coats are currently made by five tailors and two helpers who are all family members or friends. They are between 20 and 40 years old and all earn an above average wage from which they cover their needs and support their families. They work a maximum of 8 hours a day, with a break of 45 minutes, and they have a safe and comfortable working place.

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Maqu is a German slow fashion brand with timeless and minimalistic designs. The clothing is made from environmentally friendly materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton, alpaca wool from alpacas that are treated with respect. The clothing is partly produced in Germany and partly in Peru. Mariska, the founder of Maqu, knows all employees in Peru personally and ensures that they are well treated and paid according to the German standard for tailors.

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Maravillas Bags is a Spanish bag brand that both designs and produces her bags in Spain, Mallorca. The bags are hand made under fair working conditions and they use sustainable materials. They use vegetable tanned leather which means that the leather is tanned in a traditional and environmentally friendly way, they use Pinatex, a material made from pineapple, and the make bags out of wood (flexible walnut veneer).

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Masha Maria takes you into the slow fashion movement. The brand makes garments and accessories with various upcycle techniques. For the Winter 19/20 Collection, Masha Maria used vintage wool blankets. This has resulted in a collection of beautifully colored, woolen coats, sweaters and scarves. The collections are handcrafted locally with local materials in Zaandam (Netherlands) by a team of around 10 people. The garments are sent with packaging made from recycled paper, completely plastic-free!

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MASKA is a knitwear brand with a beautiful, sustainable edge. MASKA (meaning 'knitted stitch' in Swedish) makes all their clothing in Europe according to European regulations. This means that it is produced in a fair and environmentally friendly manner. There is a small part of their collection that they make in Nepal, but that happens in a Swedish factory that is controlled by the Fair Wear Foundation. The clothing is made from a mix of cashmere and silk, both sourced from Europe.

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Mayamiko makes sustainable fashion with an African twist. The clothing is produced in Malawi under fair working conditions. They are members of the World Fair Trade Organization and act accordingly. Not only does Mayamiko do their best for good working conditions, but they also try to help the local community. Clothing that not only makes you happy but also the makers!

To support the environment, Mayamiko uses sustainable materials as much as possible. They use GOTS certified organic cotton that is grown nearby, and upcycled materials, such as silk. All Mayamiko clothing is machine washable at 30 ° C because they believe that all little bits help. They also have a "Zero Waste" workshop, where the smallest piece of fabric is still used and nothing is wasted.

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Mimi & Bart is a kids brand from Switzerland. The clothing they made is from environmentally friendly materials. The yarn is GOTS certified organic so produced in fair and environmentally friendly conditions, and also OEKOTEX certified, so free from toxic and harmful substances. The fabrics are OEKOTEX certified, and the clothing is knitted, dyed, printed, and manufactured in Portugal under the same roof, following EU regulations.

 

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mimycri is a Berlin bag brand that makes bags from upcycled material. The bags are unique, handmade products made from broken rubber boats made by refugees in Berlin. They produce socially, transparently and environmentally friendly.

Mimycri combines stylish design with excellent quality. They value conscious use of resources and employ people who are at a distance from the labour market. The bags are an innovative way to deal with the problems of migration and integration. The design is minimalistic because the material they use speaks for itself. They focus on what connects us all and not what separates us. The Mimycri team wants to contribute to a world in which we help and support each other, simply because we can - and because it's fun.

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The German brand Mindful Muse makes beautiful relaxed clothing for women, and soon also for children. 99% of the clothing comes from Bangladesh, the other 1% comes from fair factories in Portugal and China. The clothing has the PETA certificate for vegan clothing and the GOTS certificate, which shows that the factory works on fair and sustainable production. Working conditions are monitored by means of the Fair Wear Foundation. Which makes the supply chain from Mindful Muse very transparent. The final product is made in Berlin, Germany. Mindful Muse currently supports nuruWomen e.V. - a non-profit organization specializing in supporting women in Ethiopia through educational work and the provision of micro-credits, enabling them to lead lives where they can make their own decisions.

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Mirabelle is a jewellery brand that produces fair trade. They use sterling silver, 22k gold plated metals, brass, bronze, and semi precious stones, from trusted sources. They also have a collection that was hand made in the UK.

 

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Miss Green was born with the idea to make the world a little more beautiful by producing sustainable clothing. And then the mean sustainable clothing in the broadest sense of the word, sustainable for nature through environmentally friendly production, sustainable for producers who work under fair working conditions, and sustainable as in durable clothing that is made of good quality and therefore lasts a long time. At Miss Green, transparency is very important to them. They are honest about where the products come from, including in areas where they can still improve. So with Miss Green you always know the story behind your clothes.

The factories where Miss Green produces work under fair and environmentally friendly working conditions. 95% of the factories are GOTS certified, which guarantees fair and sustainable working conditions. . Miss Green produces for 60% in Turkey and further in Sri Lanka and India. The materials used are GOTS certified organic cotton, Tencel, bamboo, micro-modal and sustainable wool. 95% of Miss Green's products are PETA approved cruelty free. This brand is therefore good for people, the environment and animals! Finally, Miss Green uses sustainable packaging, and they do their best to limit CO2 emissions as much as possible.

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Monique Singh is a luxury clothing brand that makes handmade clothing in a studio in Amsterdam where various artisans are proud to work on the collections. Monique visits these workshops every week. The materials come mainly from Italy, but some fabrics also come from India. For example, the brand uses organic cotton, but also polyester: a fabric that is not immediately sustainable. However, each fabric has been carefully selected by Monique: she looks at what is most suitable for a beautiful piece of clothing of high quality.

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Monkee Genes is a denim brand that got fed with the denim industry and decided to create a denim collection that is on-trend, affordable and with an eco and ethical conscience. Monkee Genes produces their clothing in GOTS certified factories, that guarantee good working conditions, living wages, and environmentally friendly production. The clothing that they produce are made of sustainable materials, such as GOTS certified organic cotton.

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More Green Times creates sustainable clothing inspired by nature. The production of t-shirts is under fair working conditions in Bangladesh. All the garments have the PETA certificate for vegan clothing and the GOTS certificate, which shows that their supplier's factories work with organic cotton. And the working conditions in these factories are monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation
 
More Green Times has a transparent supply chain that works on a fair and sustainable future. The shirts are printed in the UK, with water-based inks that are vegan and environmentally friendly. The t-shirts are shipped in plastic-free packaging, in biodegradable and recyclable paper bags.
 
More Green Times is managed from Germany, by entrepreneur Alex Milani. He wants to help people to make a fair and sustainable choice of clothing, which contributes to protect the environment for future generations!

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Moromini a Swedish children's brand. The clothing is completely GOTS certified organic, which means that from seed to garment the brand is audited under strict social and environmental conditions. The clothing is produced from organic cotton which was produced under fair working conditions and the clothing was sewn in a factory in Tirupur in India, where they also work under fair working conditions.

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MUD Jeans wants to create a world without waste. They are environmentally friendly, animal friendly and people friendly. All jeans from MUD Jeans consist of 23 to 40% recycled cotton combined with GOTS certified organic cotton. They also do their best to minimize their water use and CO2 emissions. MUD Jeans strives for a closed water loop with 100% recycling of the water they use in their factories. MUD Jeans also made the first CO2 neutral jeans with no addition of chemicals. Next to being good for the environment, MUD Jeans is also good for people and animals, they are members of the Fair Wear Foundation, and continue to do their best to improve the working conditions of their factories. MUD is also a completely vegan jeans brand that is PETA approved.

The jeans have a good fit, are durable and fashionable. Do you actually want wear a new pair every year? You can also lease the jeans for only £ 6.37 a month!

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Mymarini is an innovative German swimwear brand. Mymarini's products are entirely produced in Europe under fair working conditions. The items are designed in Hamburg in Germany, the material comes from Italy and the swimsuits are sewn together in Croatia under good working conditions. The materials that Mymarini uses are polyamide and elastane, but more and more of their collection is made from ECONYL®, which is nylon from recycled fishing nets. The materials are OEKOTEX certified and therefore free from toxic substances. The swimsuit thread, labels and packaging materials are all produced in Germany.

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Nadadelazos is a kids clothing brand from Madrid. The clothing is made from organic cotton. Nadadelazos has their clothing produced in Spain, Portugal and India and demands from their suppliers that they are GOTS and SA8000 certified. Therefore, all the fabrics that are used for the Nadadelazos clothing is GOTS certified organic and produced in fair and environmentally friendly conditions. The manufacturing facilities also carry the certifications which ensures fair working conditions and environmentally friendly production.

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NAE Vegan is a Portuguese PETA-approved vegan shoe brand that cares about people, the environment and animals. All materials that are used are environmentally friendly, such as cork, eco-micro fibers that are OEKO-TEX certified, leather made from pineapples and recycled PET. NAE products are produced in Portugal and Italy under fair working conditions.

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Nefertiti Workshop owes its name to the beautiful and powerful Egyptian queen. The products of Nefertiti Workshop are a combination of age-old elegance and ethereal beauty. This label was founded in 2015 by Katerina Skounti with the aim of embracing the inner and outer beauty of every woman. All products are handmade in Greece by Katerina. The raw materials have been carefully selected for high-quality products that are sold at an affordable price.

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Nightire is an urban sleepwear brand with a passion for making sleeping as comfortable as possible. All Nightire pyjamas are made from 100% GOTS certified organic bamboo - the best fabric to sleep in as it is temperature regulating (so wicks moisture away from your skin), soft as silk and easy to clean. And that’s not to mention how sustainable the material is. It needs little water, grows fast and does not erode the soil. The fact that this bamboo is GOTS certified, means that no pesticides are used at all and that the materials are produced under fair working conditions. 

The actual sleepwear is sewn in China.The owners of Nightire have not (yet) visited the factory, but they have met the factory account manager and have been assured that the working conditions are good and know that the employees regularly get holidays. Unfortunately, they cannot (yet) guarantee fair working conditions.

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Nina Designs is a jewellery brand with Fair trade jewelry made in Thailand and Bali. The brand tries to be as ethical and ecological as possible. Wages are far above the national minimum wages, employees are paid a thirteenth month, 23 months paid maternity leave, education about pre- and postnatal care, pension savings and more. 50% of the managers in the studio in Bali are women, and that is special there! Nina designs work as much as possible with recycled silver. A tree is planted per item sent, which is part of the "Forest Garden". The brand also issues microloans to starting artisans and supports various NGOs that fight for human rights, literacy or the environment.

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No Nasties is an Indian brand that produces from seed to garment as sustainable as possible, so no nasties. The clothing is produced in Goa, in India. They only use GOTS certified and Fairtrade certified cotton. This is then processed in an environmentally friendly way in factories that are 100% fair trade. No toxic substances are used for painting and all workers receive a fair wage. The clothing is also 100% vegan, so no animal products are used. To do a little extra, No Nasties also plants a tree for every purchase that is made, for every person who subscribes to their newsletter and also just every day.

With this, they try to compensate a little for the distance that all their products have to travel. In addition, they only use paper and cardboard packaging, so no plastic.

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Nooboo makes fine basics from bamboo. The Nooboo basics have a good fit and are a sustainable alternative to basics made of cotton. Bamboo needs much less water to grow and is also less susceptible to diseases, so it does not need pesticides. Furthermore, bamboo is moisture-regulating, breathable and antibacterial, so unpleasant odours don't linger in your shirt. You can wear their T-shirts several times before you have to wash it, which saves on the environmental impact of washing. 

The Nooboo sweaters are 100% bamboo and made in Portugal. In addition to bamboo, Nooboo only uses other natural materials. So you will not find blends where spandex or other synthetic fabrics are incorporated in the garments. The rest of the collection is produced in Indonesia, where they also work under fair working conditions.

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O My Bag, winner of the "Sustainable Leather Awards" in October, is a leather bag brand whose bags are all made of eco-leather. All leather is processed in the Sheong Shi Tannery in India (Kolkata) so that O My Bag can make bags out of it. This is done in an environmentally friendly way, without the use of hazardous chemicals (independently tested by SGS) and with the smallest possible "carbon footprint". They also ensure that all waste water that is released is treated and cleaned before it is discharged. The people who work at Sheong Shi Tannery are treated fairly, they receive insurance, retirement and help with their rent and education. They see themselves as a large family where everyone is indispensable.

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The journey of Ôde started in 2015 in a small studio in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Parisian, Sihame Lucio, founded Ôde to focus on women's self-care and to celebrate women diversity and inclusion. Each piece has been consciously thought, designed and crafted. Comfort, aesthetics, protection and sustainability are the main priorities.  All lace is from family lacemakers in Calais-Caudry and Lyon, France. They have a real know-how in this for centuries, resulting in high-quality lace that can last for years. The material is Oeko-Tex 100 certified, which means it is free from toxic substances. The collections are produced in a small family atelier in Latvia that meets the quality and ethical standards of Ôde. This atelier is visited two times per year.  The brand tries to print as little as possible, but if printing is happening, this is done with a Dutch printing company that uses only recycled paper. Finally, the packaging consists of a pouch made of Fairtrade Certified cotton.

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The clothing of the fair fashion brand from OHMat is made by Miss Girija and her husband in their own workshop in India. They buy fabrics in Jaipur, an important region in India for buying fabrics. The first collection of dresses is made of normal cotton, because Miss Garija had already made it. In the future, she will also work with certified organic cotton. The cotton is dyed with vegetable dye and the scarves are hand-woven. The products are vegan because a plant-based existence is very important for OHMat. Miss Garija and her husband also follow a plant-based diet. OHMat orders in small quantities from Miss Garija, to prevent overproduction. The choice to order from a small workshop instead of a sustainable factory was made consciously: these factories often still want a large order in one go.

OHMat is originally a yoga mat brand. All OHMat yoga mats are made from environmentally friendly materials, such as biodegradable natural rubber, and are printed with environmentally friendly water-based paint.

The people behind OHMat are also busy setting up a plant-based yoga retreat in Portugal. They bought 17 hectares of land there, where they live completely off-the-grid. With only solar energy, and water from local fountains. They are also working hard on a project to plant 1000 trees.

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Olly is a beautiful sustainable lingerie brand, started by three young women who were inspired in Berlin. They knew that the clothing industry was horribly polluting and the clothing was made under harsh conditions for almost no pay. Sustainable clothing is hard to find, and lingerie especially. That is why they decided to take fate into their own hands and set up a completely fair and sustainable lingerie brand. The panties from Olly are therefore made from GOTS certified organic cotton, and then dyed under the OEKO-TEX standard, therefore free of toxic substances. The briefs are designed in Paris and produced in Hungary under fair working conditions. The lace comes from different countries within Europe (eg. Germany and Italy). In short, lingerie that is really beautiful, beautiful to see and with a beautiful story.

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One We Like is a kids clothing brand that makes timeless clothing that's made to last. The clothing is made from either GOTS certified organic cotton, or from left-over fabrics. All the clothing is produced under fair working conditions in Portugal in small family owned factories. To make sure that it the production is really happening under fair working conditions they visit often.

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Opaline Hue makes quality jerseys from non-mulesing Merino wool in Alabama, USA. Ethical production is important in this workplace, which you can see in the wages and working conditions. The Merino wool comes from Australia and New Zealand, is spun in China, and treated and dyed in Thailand in sustainable and responsible factories (Bluesign System standards). All products are made-to-order and the materials too, so that Opaline Hue minimizes the environmental impact. It is important for Opaline Hue that garments are of high quality and last a lifetime: how the consumer deals with his or her garments is an important part of sustainability!

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ORIGEM is a Portuguese sunglasses brand. All sunglasses that they make are plastic free and are made from the environmentally friendly material bamboo. In an artificial and superficial world, ORIGEM aims to restore the authenticity of nature to our daily lives and to reject the use of unsustainable and polluting materials. They only use sustainable material for the frames of their sunglasses. For each pair of sunglasses sold, they donate to a good cause to plant 5 trees and the sunglasses are completely vegan.

The sunglasses are produced in China by one supplier. This supplier is not fair trade certified, and the people at ORIGEM have not visited yet to see for themselves what the working conditions are like. They will go there soon to review the working conditions.

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The sustainable sportswear from Origin X Performance is made in a factory in Bangladesh that is GOTS certified. Which means that they work under fair working conditions and produce in a sustainable manner. The clothing is made from organic cotton and from recycled polyester and has biodegradable packaging material. All products are vegan and are PETA approved. With the One Tree Planted organization, the brand plants a tree with every order, to give something back to nature.

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Olga of O’Gem makes unique jewellery for self-confident women. O’Gem wants to inspire women and transfer energy through natural stones. Olga buys these special stones locally in Amsterdam. The plated gold and silver that she uses are made from recycled material. O’Gem also uses recycled materials to package the jewelry. Olga is working on a project for the Tiny Miracles Foundation, focused on helping women in India. Olga is also concerned with the environment in other areas. For example, she participated in activities of the Plastic Soup Foundation in Amsterdam and takes the bicycle as much as possible.

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P.i.C Style is a beautiful fashion label from London that encourages being versitile with your clothing. With only 8 of their pieces you will already be able to wear 50 different styles! P.i.C Style designs their collection consciously and produces in their own little factory in London. Their clothing is produced there under fair working conditions. For their collection they use sustainable materials such as lyocell, organic bamboe, organic cotton and more.

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All Paguro Upcycle products are made from recycled and upcycled materials that would otherwise have gone to landfill or would have been incinerated. The products are made by creative makers or by production in social enterprises in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the UK. The suppliers in Asia are visited once a year. Paguro Upcycle helps craftsmen from Asia and the UK make a profit to live a good life. They help them with their designs and to market their products. At the same time, the materials are given a new value. Paguro Upcycle is PETA-Approved vegan.

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People Tree is a brand with a clear mission: to become 100% Fair Trade and to be as sustainable as possible. They achieve this by supporting their production partners, protecting the environment, delivering quality products that convince people that they are fair and sustainable, create an environment in which discussion with the stakeholders is supported, and by setting an example for companies and government bodies that the Fair Trade model works.

People Tree has joined the WFTO, and are therefore proven to be honest. In addition, most of the organic cotton is also Fair Trade certified. More than 80% of the People Tree collection is made from 100% organic cotton, GOTS certified by the Soil Association. This means that the cotton is grown organically, under environmentally friendly conditions, and that also strict social standards are met.

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Piel y Arte is a leather brand from the city of León in Nicaragua. The brand was started by Piedad Aguilar, her family has been in the leather tanning business for generations, and Piel y Arte is the result of all her knowledge and creativity. The items were made under fair working conditions in a workshop in Léon. Do you want to see who makes the leather items? You can see it in this video.

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Pigeon Organics is a beautiful kids brand that is completely GOTS certified. This means that the clothing is produced in an environmentally friendly and fair trade manner from seed to garment. The cotton is organic and the're are no hazardous chemicals used in the production of the fabrics. The clothing is produced om two factories in India and one in Turkey. The people that produce the clothing get fair wages and work in save and hygienic working conditions. Both Indian factories are Fairtrade and GOTS certified and the Turkish factory is GOTS certified. The factories are visited at least once a year to develop close working relationships with the producers.

Pigeon Organics tries to have a positive impact on the world wherever they can. They use renewable energy in their Oxford home base, and they donate to charities such as doctors without borders.

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Pina Studio is a slow fashion brand that makes stylish jumpsuits for every-day-wearing. The jumpsuits are entirely produced in Europe. They are made of organic OEKOTEX certified linen from South-West Europe, which is made in Germany. The beautiful pieces were made from these fabrics in their our own studio in the Netherlands, where, of course, they work under fair working conditions for a living wage.

Pina Studio is a real 'slow' fashion brand, which means that they produce in small collections. The pieces are timeless, seasonal and of good quality. As little CO2 as possible is emitted during the transport of the clothes and the small scrunchies are made from residual fabrics so that there is as little waste as possible. The clothing is also completely vegan.

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Po-Zu is an ecological shoe brand. At Po-Zu they find it very important to only use environmentally friendly materials. For their shoes they use linen, Piñatex (material made from pineapple waste), GOTS certified organic cotton, wool from English sheep, cork, Chrome-free leather that is tanned in an environmentally friendly way, coconut shell and natural latex.

Po-Zu produces their shoes in a fair way in Portugal and Sri Lanka. On their website you can see exactly how the shoes are produced. Part of the Po-Zu collection is completely vegan.

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Quetzal Artisan is a brand that brings handmade and hand-woven products from North, Central and South America to Europe. The goal of Quetal Artisan is to stimulate fair trade and to give real craftsmanship a stage. Quetzal Artisan has different collections that all try to make the world a bit better in their own way.

The wool collection is designed and woven by women in Canada. They use materials such as bamboo, alpaca, and organic cotton, which are spun in the Andes mountains of South America.

The Guatemalan textile collection is made by skilled women from Guatamala. The women use a special loom that comes from the ancient Mayan tradition. Working with this loom is a special skill that is passed on from mother to daughter in Mayan culture. They make beautiful designs that combine traditional and modern. The women get paid fair wages for their work, which ensures that they can support their children. They only use natural materials such as cotton and viscose, and they paint by hand using natural paint products such as tree bark and flowers.

The Guatemalan Fair Trade sandals collection was designed by women and assembled by Maya weavers in Guatemala. They receive fair wages, and the organization that makes the sandals are affiliated with the Fair Wear Foundation.

The Hiawatha boots are hand made in Canada by the original Huron-Wendat Indians from Wendake. The shoes are made with respect for the environment and the makers are paid fair wages.

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Rachel McMillan is an award-winning sustainable brand established in 2015.  The company is based in Scotland, UK and Rachel works from a small studio in her hometown Glasgow. So far all sampling and manufacturing are completed in-house. This allows for quick turn arounds (yes even for made to order!) and the best of the best quality control! Every garment is made with love, care and precision by either Rachel or one her skilled freelancers in Rachel's own studio. As the business grows Rachel would love to be able to hire full-time makers to the company. Contemporary digital prints are synonymous with the brand, with each new collection featuring fun and distinctive prints available in a range of fabrics such as GOTS certified organic cotton, linen and hemp. Off-cuts of digitally printed fabrics are used to make a unique range of zero-waste accessories including tote bags and scrunchies. As a small business, it has not yet been possible to visit the location where materials come from often, however, Rachel regularly attends sustainable fabric conferences and sourcing events to meet face-to-face with suppliers and build trusting relationships. The brand still has 1 silk dress in its collection, but as soon as this dress is sold out, the collection will be and remain completely vegan.

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Rakha's ethos stems from the classics: modest, contemporary clothing. Rakha recognizes social and environmental responsibility as an integral part of brand strategy and practice. Materials are carefully sourced and come from partners in Turkey who share their brand values: non-toxic, fair wages, low emissions, little waste, little water consumption, and assistance in building sustainable communities. Rakha's produces clothing made from environmentally friendly or recycled materials that can be biodegraded or recycled. All their organic or sustainable materials are certified, including wool brand certified Merino wool, GOTS certified organic cotton and (RPET) recycled fabrics.

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Rare and Fair makes beautiful clothing and offers you a transparent supply chain. The collections are made in Thailand, where Rare and Fair works exclusively with village cooperatives, small family businesses and young local designers for production. Through these cooperatives, the hand-woven work of many craftsmen come together, creating unique products. Many of the local artisans work together as small cooperatives and register for the One Tambun One Product (OTOP) program. OTOP is a local entrepreneurship incentive program from the Royal Thai Government that supports locally made and marketed products from each of Thailand's sub-districts.

All fabrics are produced and woven by hand, no machines are used in this process and the only energy is manpower. Natural dyes are used and no fertilizers and pesticides are used in the production of our cotton. Most of the cotton is grown naturally along the banks of the Mekong River, where no additional supply of water, fertilizers or pesticides is required. Much of the silk is 100% handmade by rural villages, from raising the silkworms, unwinding the silk threads by hand, and finally weaving the yarns on the loom by hand.

Thanks to local knowledge and expertise, the natural dyes are made from regional plant species and added to the yarns using traditional hand dyeing methods. Each collection focuses on the different craft designs full of local wisdom and heritage from different regions of Thailand. In this way, each fabric tells its own story, which corresponds to the unique local culture of the community. By combining this unique local wisdom from the different regions of Thailand with modern fashion designs, each garment produced gets its own authentic identity and unique quality.

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Rare and Fair makes beautiful clothing and offers you a transparent supply chain. The collections are made in Thailand, where Rare and Fair works exclusively with village cooperatives, small family businesses and young local designers for production. Through these cooperatives, the hand-woven work of many craftsmen come together, creating unique products. Many of the local artisans work together as small cooperatives and register for the One Tambun One Product (OTOP) program. OTOP is a local entrepreneurship incentive program from the Royal Thai Government that supports locally made and marketed products from each of Thailand's sub-districts.

All fabrics are produced and woven by hand, no machines are used in this process and the only energy is manpower. Natural dyes are used and no fertilizers and pesticides are used in the production of our cotton. Most of the cotton is grown naturally along the banks of the Mekong River, where no additional supply of water, fertilizers or pesticides is required. Much of the silk is 100% handmade by rural villages, from raising the silkworms, unwinding the silk threads by hand, and finally weaving the yarns on the loom by hand.

Thanks to local knowledge and expertise, the natural dyes are made from regional plant species and added to the yarns using traditional hand dyeing methods. Each collection focuses on the different craft designs full of local wisdom and heritage from different regions of Thailand. In this way, each fabric tells its own story, which corresponds to the unique local culture of the community. By combining this unique local wisdom from the different regions of Thailand with modern fashion designs, each garment produced gets its own authentic identity and unique quality.

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Raspberry Republic is a Polish kids clothing brand. The clothing is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. The clothing is produced in Poland where the brand can easily make sure that their workers are all adults that receive health insurance and a pension contribution.

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Reins Clothing is a fun and beautiful brand for sustainable kids clothing. For Reins, the most important aspect of sustainability is ‘closing the loop’: reusing what already exists and turning what was waste into beautiful wares.  A small crew in the UK is working on small collections together with local illustrators. The brand works with recycled polyester, recycled cotton and organic cotton. While they are still in their start-up phase, Reins buys their items from a Belgian company using sustainable materials.  These shirts, jumpers, coats and bags are then printed with water-based screen printing in the UK. Eventually, they hope to build their own efficient and sustainable system to do what they do now by themselves and on a larger scale.

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Renegade Guru is an Amsterdam yoga brand for men and is made by the same makers as Urban Goddess. All Renegade Guru clothing are made from GOTS certified organic cotton. The clothing is produced under fair conditions and they often visit the factories to make sure that the working conditions are good.

Renegade Guru also thinks it very important that clothing is recycled or used second-hand when you're done with it. That's why you can return your Renegade Guru purchases to Renegade Guru for a 20% discount on your next purchase! They then ensure that it is sold second-hand through the Salvation Army or recycled.

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RubyMoon is a swimming and sports brand that makes items that can be used for both swimming and sports. RubyMoon is a brand that cares a lot about people and nature, so they donate 100% of their net profit! The money goes to micro-loans for women in developing countries. The women can use the money to start their own business or to invest in their future in another way. RubyMoon has already helped more than 600 women.

Besides using their profits to help people, the products from RubyMoon are also very environmentally friendly. The items are made from Econyl, which is nylon made from recycled fishing nets left in the sea by fishermen. 48% of all the plastic in the Grand Pacific Garbage Patch consists of fishing nets, so it is very good that they can be recycled. RubyMoon also pays attention to CO2 emissions, the products they make emit 42% less CO2 in the production process than regular swimming and sportswear. The products are OEKOTEX certified, which means that they contain no hazardous substances, and are also vegan. The items are made in Spain by sewing cooperatives of women who receive a living wage.

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After watching the award-winning documentary ‘The True Cost’ the founders of the sustainable clothing brand Safi knew there was something terribly wrong with the fast-fashion industry. After chatting in Hyde park on a warm summer afternoon, they decided that they wanted to contribute to the eco-fashion movement.  They argue that there are many sustainable fashion brands that focus on basic, practical and sometimes gender neutral collections. However, Safi aims to be associated with femininity, elegance, uniqueness and quality. After months of learning about sustainable textiles, design and pattern cutting they decided to base their brand in peru: South America has an upcoming eco-fashion industry and there they found plenty of options to engage with social and environmental sustainability. Safi partnered up with Inalpaca, a sustainable Peruvian supplier of alpaca wool, and Ecobotoes, a Brazilian producer of sustainable buttons and buckles. Inalpaca respects the legal rights of the workers and provide them with free medical services, legal advice, student grants for workers’ kids, a cooperative shop where workers can buy essential products on credit and many social events. 

Alpaca wool is incredibly soft fabric and as it is a more hollow fibre than sheep wool, it has more space to capture heat. Hence, alpaca wool is three times more insulating than sheep wool. As sheep wool has lanolin, it can sometimes be itchy. Alpaca wool does not contain lanolin and therefore the material is much softer and 100% hypoallergenic. The hollow fibres push water away naturally. Due to the structure and the warmth of the alpaca fibre, the water essentially evaporates. Alpaca wool is not waterproof, nonetheless considered water-repellent and the wool is naturally windproof. The wool comes in 23 natural shades and is also appropriate for natural dyes: Safi chooses solely for natural and biodegradable! Every material they use is either biodegradable or recycled.

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Saint Basics is a sustainable underwear and basics brand from the Netherlands. This brand only makes GOTS and OEKOTEX 100 certified products. The motto of Saint Basics is: "Doing something good for yourself and the world around you can be as easy as ... putting on your underwear!". Saint Basics is a brand that really wants to give something back to the world and therefore makes wonderful basics from super soft natural fabrics, so that you want to wear them every day. All products are made ethically, with respect for people, animals and the environment. The materials that are used are organic cotton and Tencel and all clothing is produced in Portugal. No animal materials are used and Saint Basics is therefore Peta Approved!

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Sandqvist is a bag brand that makes bags for everyday use in an urban lifestyle. The bags are produced under fair working conditions in India and Vietnam. This is monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation. The bags are made from environmentally friendly organic cotton that is purchased directly from the farmers themselves.

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Sharon Woods sandals are handmade in a small family workshop near Alicante, Spain. The company was founded by the family in 1989 and has since been passed on from father to daughter. This company is in a network with some local manufacturers (often sole traders), who make all the parts of the sandals. Now that Sharon Woods has just started, the parts are only made from 28% recycled material, but the goal is sandals made from 100% recycled and/or organic material. In order not to produce an unnecessary amount, the sandals are made on-demand. Which means that when an order is placed, production starts. All sandals are vegan. 

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SISSEL EDELBO is a brand with upcycling in their DNA. This brand was started by two Danish women who had a love for India and the sari's that many women there wear (a traditional Indian clothing item). They decided to transform these beautiful saris into a garment that fits well with the European style. All garments from SISSEL EDELBO are made from Indian sari's that have been purchased second-hand. They are all upcycled and therefore, all items of clothing are a little different.

The clothing is produced in India in a factory where they have been producing for 12 years. The factory is visited very often, so SISSEL EDELBO can guarantee that people get paid fair wages. They have 8-hour working days with an hour-long lunch break. They see the people in the factory as a family and find it very important that they are treated well.

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SixtyNinety is a fashion brand that was created with the aim of making swimwear that is completely sustainable but also looks good and fits well. To achieve this goal, SixtyNinety started working with the innovative Fluity CO2 material. This is a synthetic material that is 100% biodegradable. The material is Oekotex certified and is therefore free of harmful substances. This material is very suitable for swimming and will last a very long time. If it ends up in a landfill without oxygen, it starts to decompose, and after three years it will have completely disappeared. With the polyamide usually used it takes an average of 50 years. The substance is also completely vegan and SixtyNinety does not use dyes that contain animal products.

SixtyNinety also does its best to make the packaging material as sustainable as possible. They use packaging that is made from recycled plastic or that is biodegradable. SixtyNinety is also committed to fair trade. Their clothing is produced in a small factory in Brazil that is run by women. The women receive a fair wage and work under safe working conditions. 

The new collection of SixtyNinety is made of 100% recycled PET bottles. To make this collection, approximately 12000 bottles have been recycled! The items are made in Portugal by a team of 8 women, who receive fair wages and work under good working conditions.

All items of SixtyNinety are made by women for women without compromising their love for people and the planet.

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Siyana London is an accessory brand that mainly makes bags and scarves. Siyana is named after a small village in Rajasthan, India. Siyana is an ode to the village where the founder came from. Siyana also means protection. Siyana, therefore, tries to nurture and encourage the individuality and craftsmanship of India's indigenous artisans. All the products are produced in India under fair working conditions. Siyana works with NGOs in India to help women in India who have few opportunities to find work and give them a future.

They only use natural materials and recycled materials. The natural materials include organic cotton, muslin cotton and khadi cotton. They also make bags from upcycled plastic bags, which are produced in accordance with the zero-waste principle.

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SKFK is a funky Spanish brand that considers sustainability and transparency very important. SKFK's slogan is: "Make a difference", and they certainly do! All SKFK clothing is produced under fair and sustainable conditions. SKFK only cooperates with suppliers who are certified or that produce within Europe.

SKFK is very transparent about their production process. They certainly have something to be proud of. The materials that SKFK uses are also as sustainable as possible, such as recycled polyester, recycled leather, linen, Tencel, Hemp, Ramie, and organic cotton. In addition, the packaging materials are also made from sustainable materials and are often reused.

SKFK also gives you the option to return your old clothing and accessories to them so that they can recycle it. Finally, they do their best to keep their Carbon footprint as low as possible.

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Sloanie makes soft, basic underwear of the highest quality and with high sustainability standards. Comfort and sustainability are the most important aspects for Sloanie. The underwear is made in Turkey, under fair working conditions monitored by the Fair Wear Foundation. The material comes from Lenzing in Austria, a sustainable and innovative company that makes soft and strong TENCEL ™ Modal fibers from wood pulp from sustainably managed beech forests. Lenzing is a recognized sustainable company and, as the first fiber producer, has been awarded the EU Ecolabel. Due to the natural material, the underwear is very skin-friendly, has good heat and moisture regulation, falls smoothly and is partially biodegradable (since 5% is elastane). Sloanie's products are vegan. The packaging material is made from recycled material, printed with vegetable ink.

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The Slow Nature loungewear is made from GOTS certified organic Pima cotton from Peru, the softest and strongest cotton available. With this organic cotton cultivation, approximately 160 families are supported in maintaining their plantations in different regions in Peru. Slow Nature shows that sustainable clothing can also be stylish and that you can make a completely stylish outfit from sustainable products made of natural material. The loungewear is made in Europe, in Barcelona and shipped from Italy wrapped in recycled paper. Slow Nature only goes to Spain once a year to pick up the stock of the annual collection and to sell it all year round as the capsule collection. So real slow fashion!

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Slugs & Snails is a children's clothing brand that specializes in making colourful tights. The tights are made from organic cotton that is both GOTS and OEKOTEX 100 certified. The clothing is therefore made in under environmentally friendly and fair working conditions and is free from toxic substances. The tights are produced under fair working conditions in Turkey and in Ireland.

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Småfolk is a children's clothing brand from Denmark. The clothing is often made from GOTS certified organic cotton, which means that no pesticides and toxic substances are used in the cultivation of the cotton. The GOTS certification also assures that the cotton is produced under fair and environmentally friendly working conditions. The brand is fully OEKOTEX certified which means that the clothing is free of toxic substances.

The clothing is produced in Turkey, in small factories that are regularly visited by Småfolk and adhere to their social standards.

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Solitude the Label is an Amsterdam bag, jewelry and sportswear brand. The brand was started by two sisters who believe that sustainability and responsible production are very important. The bags and jewelry are made in their own studio in Amsterdam and they only use sustainable materials. The bags are made of overstock leather, this is leather of which too much is produced and what would otherwise be thrown away. The jewelry is 99% made from recycled gold and silver and the sportswear is made of the sustainable material modal, a material made from wood pulp. Solitude the label does not use plastic at all to package their items.

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Story of Mine is a fair, slow fashion label from Münster, Germany, founded by Lisa Marie. The brand stands for simplicity and minimalism. Story of Mine combines sophistication and elegance with an air of casualness. They create cool styles of high-quality materials to match your personality, whether in the office, during free time or for a festive night out. The clothing is produced in Portugal in factories with ethical values. Story of Mine clothing is made from linen, organic cotton and Tencel ™ from sustainably managed forests.

Many of the products of Story of Mine are vegan and you can easily find them by using our material filter. Select the filter vegan material and you will find them.

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Studio JUX believes that fashion should be fun for everyone, for the designers, the people who work in the factories and everyone who wears their clothes. JUX means fun or laughter in German. Studio JUX believes that you don't have to be either an NGO or a commercial company, you can do both. Their mission is to be a successful ethical and sustainable brand, and a success for everyone! Studio JUX won the "Ethical Fashion Award in Paris" in 2010 and the "Green Fashion Competition" in 2012. In 2013, the studiojux.org foundation won the ASN "World Prize" in the fair trade category and in 2016 they received the " Social Enterprise Audience award "at Elsevier Juist.
All these prizes are not in vain because they do their utmost at Studio JUX to take good care of their people and the environment. They are very transparent about their factories, support the people who work for them, help empower women, aid education, use organic and recycled materials, and try to minimize their environmental impact.

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Suite13 is a Spanish clothing brand that produces all their clothing in small workshops in Barcelona. In this way, Suite13 can guarantee fair working conditions and the clothing does not have to cover too much distance, saving CO2. Suite13 only uses natural materials. Their 'heaven lab' collection is made entirely from GOTS certified organic cotton.

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Superstainable® is a sustainable lifestyle brand. This brand strives for all 17 sustainable development goals of the UN. All their timeless lifestyle products are based on quality and conscious consumption, with products made from organic, recycled or other sustainable material with the right certificates. The clothing is produced ethically in China and Turkey and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified, OCS100 (Organic Content Standard) and GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certified material is used: organic cotton, organic wool, post-consumer recycled polyester and recycled metal. Organic, vegetable-tanned leather from Sweden is used for the watch's leather.

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Svaha is a children's clothing brand founded by two women who, after becoming a mother, noticed that there is not much mainstream children's clothing for children who do not fit entirely within the traditional gender pattern. Why are there no clothes for girls with astronauts or other scientific themes? Why is there no clothing with butterflies for boys? They decided to do something about this and in 2015 Svaha was founded to break through gender stereotypes in children's clothing. The clothing is made in India, in the studio of a friend of founder Jaya. This factory uses the highest ethical standards. Svaha uses ecological paint and organic cotton.

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Tao & Friends is a kids clothing brand that is completely GOTS certified. This means that they use organic cotton which is not only sourced in an environmentally friendly way but also under strict social conditions. Also, the dying, weaving and sewing was done under this standard, so the fabric was also made in a sustainable and fair trade way. The clothing was sewn into garments the area Tamil Nadu in Southern India. The factory also carries the GOTS certificate, ensuring fair labour and environmentally friendly production. Toa & Friends also pays for climate compensation of the clothing.

To finish it off, Toa & Friends donates €1,- for every sale that is made to one of their chosen charities.

 

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Tees and Coffee is a sustainable brand founded by two teenagers at college. They are selling t-shirts made from recycled organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles, as well as reusable, biodegradable coffee cups. Off-cuts of the organic cotton production processes are shredded to turn them back into soft fibres. Fibres made from recycled plastic bottles are then added, before being spun into a fine yarn which is woven to create the material for the clothing. This process is Global Recycle Standard certified, as well as Organic Content Standard. The factory is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, which assures that the factory has high ethical standards. The factory is located in India, since there is already a lot of clothing production there: meaning easy access to organic cotton off-cuts.

The reusable coffee cups are made from wheat straw, a by-product of cereal plants: a perfect replacement for plastic disposable products. The cups are made in China, where wheat straw is a waste product that is usually burned. The clothing is PETA-approved vegan, however, for the coffee cups, this is unknown. The clothing is printed in the UK, by themselves or by a local company. Tees and Coffee gives the option for all items ordered to purchase 10 trees for £1.20 and supports two environmental organisations: Offset Earth and Rising Forests.

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Bags made by the women of the Waayu community in Colombia: that is what Teiruma is all about. Teiruma has created a family of female Waayu artisans that help each other to create new designs from quality leather that is combined with other materials to make the Teiruma bags. Next to a lot of respect for the communities, a fair price is paid for their hard work. To do more to make the communities more sustainable, Teiruma has set up the Fundación Corazón de Papel. This foundation has been able to donate solar panels to the community so that there is energy in the villages and the women can also work in the light.

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Teym is a really slow fashion brand. Rather than working with large collections, Teym focuses on one classic at a time, bringing more focus to the fit and functionality, ultimately arriving at a perfectly timeless piece of clothing. Teym slowly builds "the impeccable wardrobe" item by item. Besides the dream to realize this, Teym also has a mission; make consumers more aware of their purchasing behaviour, and inspire other brands by countering the fast-fashion chains, and offering a sustainable alternative with less, but better quality clothing. The clothing is produced in Europe under fair working conditions.

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The Bonnie Mob is a children's brand that produces in an ethical way. The organic cotton line they have is GOTS certified, which is the highest standard for the production of organic cotton. The GOTS certification also takes into account that the people are treated fair and receive good wages. The Bonnie Mob also uses Better Cotton Initiative cotton, this cotton is fair trade produced in a more environmental way, using a lot less water. The clothing is also Oekotex certified, which means that it's free from any harmful substances. 

The clothing is produced in China in factories where the people make 40 hour work weeks and receive a living wage. The Bonnie Mob is a big promoter of FashionRevolution and shows many photos on their website from the people that make their clothing.

 

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The Extra Smile makes ethical children's fashion: colourful, fresh and with respect for people and the environment. This brand wants to bring a smile to everyone who comes into contact with their clothing: the farmer who harvests the cotton, the seamstress who lovingly sews the cuffs, the children who wear them and the adults who (try to) keep the clothing in good condition. The Extra Smile works with two fair trade workshops in Cambodia. They had a good look at these workshops before they decided that they wanted their clothes to be made there. Nowadays they visit the workshops regularly. To give something back to the local population in Cambodia, the brand contributes to the French NGO Pour Un Sourire D’Enfants, to support the children. The clothing is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. In addition, clothing is made from leftover fabrics and prints are made to order. The collection of the brand is currently vegan, but they are looking at an Alpaca collection with cruelty-free Alpaca wool from an Alpaca farm that they often visit.

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Glitter without guilt with the glitter of The Glitter Tribe! The option for environmentally friendly festival makeup and a bohemian look. Where glitter is normally made of plastic, the glitter of The Glitter Tribe is made of plants: 100% biodegradable and recyclable! The cosmetic Bio-glitter® is made from biodegradable film that is certified compostable and comes from a sustainable source. The products are completely vegan and also GMO, aluminium and animal testing free. The glitters feel silky soft on your skin, compared to P.E.T glitter.

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The Nordic Leaves is a Spanish brand that is inspired by life in Scandinavia. All the materials that are used by The Nordic Leaves are natural and sustainable. They use GOTS certified organic cotton and linen. All clothing is 100% fair trade, the clothing is made from materials that were produced fair trade, and they were also sewn into clothing under fair working conditions. The clothing therefore carries both the Fairtrade certificate and the GOTS certificate and is therefore environmentally friendly and fair. The clothing from the Nordic Leaves is produced in Spain and Portugal, and future collections will all be produced by a local facility in Barcelona.

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Thinking Mu is a Spanish brand that makes clothing with respect for people and the environment. They only use certified organic cotton from India and Peru for their products and merino wool, unfortunately the certification cannot be found on their website. The organic certification also ensures that as little water as possible is wasted in production. They use certified biodegradable ink for dyeing the clothing and the clothing is made under fair working conditions. The production takes place in Spain and in Italy, so falls under European regulations.

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Thought is a clothing brand founded on the beaches of Australia. The idea is to develop simple beachwear made from hemp and Ramie (sort of nettle). What started as a small sustainable company quickly grew into a worldwide success. The 'thoughtfull clothing' that they produce are all made from sustainable materials, for example bamboo, hemp, organic cotton (GOTS and OEKO-TEX standard 100 certified), polyester from 100% recycled PET, rayon and Tencel (wood-based materials) and wool which has been obtained in an animal-friendly manner. Thought has implemented a code of conduct to ensure that all clothing is also produced under fair working conditions. The GOTS certification guarantees that products made from cotton also involve fair trade.

NOTE: Although a large part of the clothing is appropriate for a vegan lifestyle, some products use animal-friendly wool. As a result, this brand does not bear the label "vegan", but often the clothing is vegan.

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All Tildé's items are the result of a collaboration between the designers in Belgium and a talented Indian team responsible for production. For each collection, Tildé spends more than 3 weeks in Rajasthan with the team, adjusting and refining the prototypes and patterns made in Belgium. Tildé uses second-hand Sarees and upcycles them into unique and hip crop tops, dresses, blouses, and bomber jackets. The team makes accessories from the leftover material to prevent unnecessary residual material.

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Tilly & Flo is a small, British brand that makes plastic-free, unisex hair clips for children. Tilly & Flo is fun, quirky and beautiful accessories for creative, adventurous children and their families.

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TOBEFRANK is a British fashion brand that supports people and the planet with their clothing. They only make clothing that meets their checklist for innovation, responsibility and transparency, because they believe that sustainability does not make any concessions. Their supply chain is located in and around Istanbul. They work with factories that are pioneers in sustainable production processes. These factories not only try to limit harming earth as much as possible, but they also encourage their employees to innovate further and to produce even more sustainably. One of the TOBEFRANK entrepreneurs is based in Istanbul and ensures that everything is in accordance with their company policy.

TOBEFRANK uses organic and recycled materials. They make low-impact jeans from organic and recycled material, t-shirts from recycled material and vegetable-tanned sheepskin jackets. The jackets are fair trade produced in India as a by-product of the food industry. When making the jeans, 50% less water is used compared to "normal jeans". The jeans are linked to the "Frank Water" initiative: the equivalent of every litre of water saved is donated to provide everyone with clean water. The fake leather patches on the jeans are made from waste from the apple juice production process.

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TOMS Shoes is a shoe brand that donates a pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair of shoes you purchase. Helping others is in the DNA of TOMS, in addition to having already given more than 86 million shoes to children, they also provide employment by producing the shoes in the countries where they are donated. After the success of the TOMS Shoes, TOMS Eyewear was also launched. The same idea, but now to help people regain their sight. They do this through medical care, providing prescription glasses and surgical procedures when needed. TOMS has restored eyesight to already more than 600,000 people! In addition, TOMS is committed to providing clean drinking water (now more than 600,000 weeks of clean drinkwater) and safer births. TOMS shoes are made in China, Ethiopia and Argentina. They are aware of the problems in the fashion industry and are working hard to ensure that the factories they work with are compliant with the law and prevent slavery and human trafficking. The materials that the TOMS shoes are made of are as many sustainable and vegan materials as possible in collaboration with the Textile Exchange. TOMS is still working on expanding their sustainable materials section. TOMS is also B Corp certified because they try to make the world a better place.

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Tootsa Macginty is children's clothing brand from the UK. The produce using natural and environmentally friendly materials, such as, Italian Cashmere, GOTS certified Organic Turkish Cotton and New Zealand wool. The clothing is made in China, India, Turkey and in their small family run factories in Portugal. The clothing is produced in factories that are either GOTS certified or registered using SEDEX. GOTS is a certification for environmental and good social working conditions. SEDEX is a system that allows brands to make their supply chain more transparent by self-auditing. So by using SEDEX, Tootsa Macginty can make sure that their clothing is produced under ethical circumstances.

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The Treasures-Design label was started from the desire to make beautiful clothing and accessories that are made under fair working conditions. The items are handmade in Bali, Indonesia. The artisans that Treasures Design works with are given the opportunity to grow along with Treasures. Each maker receives a salary that covers their monthly costs and they also receive allowances for medical costs and education costs. A purchase at Treasures thus supports Balinese artisans and their families, while also preserving traditional craft techniques.

Treasures-Design visits their artisans once or twice a year but is in daily contact with them. The leather comes from a recognized leather supplier in Bali. The hides come from the same factory in Java and this factory is visited several times a year by their sourcing partner in Bali. Depending on the finishing, they do vegetable tanning or chemical tanning, with vegetable tanning being preferred. Treasures Design has consciously chosen to work with leather, because leather does not break down over time, unlike synthetic material, but rather becomes more beautiful with the years. It ensures that their accessories will last a long time, and don't end up as a disposable product.

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Troo is a beautiful, timeless, and sexy Swiss lingerie brand with roots in South Africa. Regarding Troo's products, we can say with absolute certainty that they are all made responsible. Troo has multiple labels that are all sustainable in their own way.

Cute Rose, one of the Troo brands, is based in Cape Town and all 'beautiful babes' are made in Cape Town. The tip used for the beautiful Cute Rose Babes is made in Italy, Thailand, Switzerland or France. All the lace comes from the leftovers of great designers. These remaining pieces are usually thrown away, but Cute Rose can buy them and turn them into the most beautiful, limited pieces. Ethically produced with happy hands. Megan, Faith and Yolanda are the hands behind the sewing machines. They start at 7 a.m. because they want to stop at 3 p.m. to have the whole afternoon. At 7 o'clock in the winter it is still dark and cold, so they have a small fan heater under their sewing machines to warm their toes, while they work in the morning they can warm up with hot drinks such as hot chocolate, coffee and tea.

Another label is the Found. Collection - Lisa and Gitte met a branch in the fashion industry during her studies in Stellenbosch, Cape Town. All pieces from Found are made from materials from South Africa and all pieces are made in South Africa. They buy "off-cut" pieces of material that are the "leftovers" that would otherwise be thrown away. Because of this the pieces are very limited.

The newest member of the small Troo family is Mille Collines. She integrates African prints into classic pieces. Mille Collines is now in Cape Town and the pieces are made in South Africa, Rwanda or Kenya.

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Ubuntu-Wear is an accessories and clothing brand with an urban style. Ubuntu items come from all over the world and are made by local craftsmen. The founders of Ubuntu-Wear give these artisans a stage with their brand. So by buying at Ubuntu, you support the local talents!

Ubuntu-Wear comes from the African word Ubuntu which literally means I am because you are. It is a philosophy for the coming together of humanity. Ubuntu-Wear believes in People before Profit, which means that all their partners are paid fair wages. Ubuntu T-shirts and jumpers are only printed when they are ordered, so there they never have overproduction. The ink with which they print is water-based, therefore less harmful to the environment. The T-shirts and jumpers that they print come from the brands Gildan and Bella and Canvas. Bella and Canvas has a WRAP platinum membership and therefore produces under fair working conditions. Gildan also says that they adhere to the WRAP conditions, but they are not a member.

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Una Terra makes recycled jackets for you and your pet. The clothes are made fair trade in their workshop in Kyiv, Ukraine. Una Terra makes products in 3 ways:

  1. They make new products from second-hand, recycled material.
  2. They use recycled polyester from the company We are SpinDye: sustainably dyed material produced with an average of 90% fewer chemicals, 75% less water consumption and 35% less energy consumption. The CO2 footprint of this material is 30% smaller than average.
  3. They make samples in the Clo3D program. Una Terra donates 10% of their proceeds to a charity that takes care of neglected strays.

Finally, the brand has a 3DLook technology on its website, with which you as a consumer can see which size is correct. This reduces the number of return items and the sizes of the products can be optimized based on consumer data.

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Urban Goddess is an Amsterdam yoga brand that makes yoga clothing that not only fits well, but that you can also wear on the street after your yoga class. The clothing is easy to mix and match with your regular wardrobe. 

All clothing from Urban Goddess is made from GOTS certified organic cotton and from OCS certified organic bamboo. The clothing is produced under fair conditions in Turkey. They work with a permanent partner with whom they have been working with for years and they often visit to make sure that working conditions are good. The clothing is also completely vegan and carries the Peta-approved vegan stamp of approval.

Urban Goddess also believes it is also very important that clothing is recycled or used second-hand when you're done with it. That's why you can return your Urban Goddess purchases to Urban Goddess for a 20% discount on your next purchase! They then ensure that the product is sold second-hand through the Salvation Army or is recycled.

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Urban Medley supports  traditional weaving and printing forms.  Their designers help the artisans to balance tradition with contemporary designs, and help them to commercialize using their age- old methods and production processes. The beautiful scarves and accessories from Urban Medley are made by small communities of weavers and printers from India. The weavers mainly work from home, whereby they determine their own working hours. The printers work in a small workshop with pleasant working conditions. Urban Medley uses organic, black cotton, 'peace' silk and organic  leather for their products. The brand does not want to be bound by age, gender, race, color or even size, therefore accessories have been chosen as the main focus point. The accessories help  you  shape your own style. The ‘take care’ bags too are environmentally friendly: fabric bags made by women working from home in a village of Tamilnadu. These women can therefore support their family without having to step out. The brand helps you to be a proud and conscious fashionista.

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Are you getting sick of broken umbrellas, cycling with an umbrella, or just fed up with the inconvenience of umbrella's in general? Then choose the Urbanella from Urban Rains! The product is made fair trade in Italy from 100% recycled material from China, which is OEKO-TEX and GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certified. Even the zippers and cords are made from recycled material! The packaging is a cover of the same material, in which the product can be stored for a long time. The Urbanella is of very high quality and can last a lifetime. Urban rains is working on a closed-loop system for when someone wants to return their product. In addition, they are constantly working on a new collection that will be even more sustainable and circular with natural paint and biomaterials.

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VanillaShanti is an eco-friendly yoga jumpsuit designed by model @VanillaontopThe jumpsuit is a playful idea of feminine adventurous spirit with a touch of Zen. Its moisture-wicking stretch, elegant looking, and light breathable fabric will make you want to wear it to any occasion. The product is made in a workshop in Latvia, where production is fair. The VanillaShanti team visits a number of times a year to review the state of affairs and has good contact with the workshop. In the workshop, Econyl is used for the one-piece, made from regenerated ocean plastic.  

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Veja is a fair and sustainable shoe brand. For Veja, the certification of their sneakers is not the ultimate goal, they would like to go one step further. The certificates that they have are Fairtrade and IBD an organic cotton certification in Brazil. Veja pays close attention to what materials they use and where they come from. So all cotton is organic, the rubber is natural and is extracted from the Amazon. This creates jobs for people there who would otherwise work in the cattle trade, which is very harmful to the rainforest. The leather used by Veja comes from cows that do not come from the Amazon, since livestock farming is the main cause of deforestation. Veja does not yet have much knowledge about where their leather come from, but they are working hard to change that, so that they can make the process from the living conditions of the cows, to dye the leather, more sustainable. Veja does not advertise, so they can still sell their sneakers for an affordable price. Their production process is 3 to 4 times more expensive than that of an ordinary shoe brand. Veja's top priority at the moment is to reduce their CO2 emissions, which they implement in the transport, organization, production and consumption of the shoes.

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Vicky Di Studio is a sustainable design studio in Germany. The studio makes, among other things, cards for weddings, birth announcements and greeting cards. Colourful, cheerful and stylish! These cards are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper, using green energy. The packaging is also made from reused or recycled material and the CO2 from the shipment is compensated. Compared to conventional wood pulp paper cards, Vicky Di Studio consumes 63% less energy, 82% less waste and 58% less water! Finally, Vicky Di donates 3% of the profits to Global Forest Coalition.

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Votch watches are "Made in China" and they are proud of that. The cruelty-free watches are made in a fair trade factory that they have visited and with which they have good contact. All watches are 100% vegan and have the PETA-Approved certification. The watch bands are made of plastic and cotton instead of leather. Because this alternative to leather is not yet completely environmentally friendly, Votch is experimenting with sustainable materials such as Piñatex (Pineapple Leather). The metal used is free from harmful substances such as heavy metals, bromine, plasticides and PVC.

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Claudia Patricia Henríquez Iguarán founded Washein to introduce the world to the beautiful craft of the indigenous Wayuu community in Colombia. The Washein collection consists of hats and bags made of Mawisa palm straw, hand-woven with care by the Wayuu community. Since 2012, Claudia has been working in a hospital in Colombia, where she often visited the indigenous communities and was already enchanted by their ancient wisdom. She wanted to put this knowledge into practice. In addition, she discovered that after the first phase of treatment, many patients with tuberculosis were looking for a way to be productive to support their families. That's how Claudia started the "Weaving to Heal" project. Claudia founded Washein in 2017 and worked with a community at Serrania de la Macuira. She wanted to help this community with the sale of their handmade products and taught them through a cost analysis what a fair price for the work and the products would look like. Every Washein product is 100% handmade and hand-painted with care by the Wayuu communities with which Claudia has had a band since childhood. There is a lot of respect for the talent and techniques of the artisans and every product is appreciated. The pompons are woven by a group of Waayu women from another community who live in Riohacha.

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Waves Flip Flops makes slippers from 100% natural rubber in Galle, Sri Lanka. This rubber is Fair Rubber certified which means that it is obtained under fair working conditions. This rubber is then transformed into fine slippers in a local workshop where people also work under fair conditions. The slippers are completely plastic-free and vegan, there are no substances of it even in the paint. Waves is working on getting a certificate for this. The brand contributes to the "Waves" project, a beach clean-up project in Sri Lanka. By purchasing slippers from Waves you support the Sri Lankan communities that are engaged in sustainable rubber agriculture.

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Werner-Schuhe is a German shoe brand. The shoes are made from vegetable-tanned leather, which is a lot better for the environment since they are free from chrome. Werner-Schuhe only produces their shoes in Europe and all materials come from Germany or neighboring countries of Germany. In this way they can guarantee fair trade and keep transport routes short, which in turn is better for the environment

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