Brands

Menswear

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Christopher Raeburn

christopherraeburn.co.uk
Christopher Ræburn is one of the most exciting designer fashion businesses emerging from the current British fashion scene. Christopher’s pioneering work has brought sustainable design to a mainstream fashion audience embodying luxury with integrity.

Cloh

cloh.co.uk
Cloh is an exciting new clothing label, championing an alternative to modern throwaway society. We follow ethical production standards so the majority of the textiles we work with are 100% re-purposed and, naturally limited edition.

New Bedford

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With outerwear as a core product, the brand focusses on tactile artisan practices with heavy textiles and industrial practices, Collaboration, artistic integrity, and experimentation are key pillars of Robert Newman’s ‘New Bedford’.

Sein Clln

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SEIN CLLN brings high quality, carefully obtained fabrics from hand selected, seasonal sources together with truly innovative and game changing production techniques. Dedicated to men’s contemporary fashion, the collections incorporate clean lines. Crisp silhouettes, and pared back designs that represent the modern, minimal lifestyle.

Nudie Jeans

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Nudie Jeans produce denim products made from 100% organic cotton, in socially responsible manufacturing facilities, and offer total supply chain transparency. If the jeans wear out, the brand offers a free repair service, and if no longer wanted, they’re recycled into exciting new products, or sold on as second-hand.

Arthur & Henry

arthurandhenry.com
Arthur and Henry produce beautiful men’s shirts made from organic and Fairtrade fabrics,, valuing the people who’ve had a hand in making them, from farmer to factory worker, weaver to dyer. All the brand’s packaging is made from recycled materials, and 1% of their turnover every year goes to charity

Brothers We Stand

brotherswestand.com
The brand believes in celebrating the positive aspects of production without greenwashing, and so each item on the site has a footprint tab detailing its social and environmental impact. They list the use of pioneering ethical practices as well as the aspects of manufacture that could be further improved, providing a transparent window onto the supply chain of the products you buy.

Green Fibres

greenfibres.com
Greenfibres has been making and selling organic textiles since 1996. They take a thoughtful approach to all aspects of the product manufacturing and trading experience, helping to grow the organic textile market for 15 years and are confident that green solutions will build a brighter, more just, future.

Finisterre

finisterre.com
Born over a decade ago from the needs of hardy British surfers, Finisterre designs functional and sustainable product for those that share a love of the sea.
The brand is committed to making informed decisions about their impact on the environment and is constantly trying to push boundaries to make the best possible product.

Komodo

komodo.co.uk
Komodo has been a pioneer brand, promoting the use and development of Organic Cotton, Hemp, Bamboo, Tencel and other natural fibres since the early 90s. Equally important was the welfare of the suppliers and people who work in the small factory units that make our clothes. They still visit our factories for at least 2 months+ each year to ensure that any problems are solved together.

Womenswear

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People Tree

peopletree.co.uk
People Tree are committed to being an example of transparency and ethics in every aspect of our business. This leading ethical brand, run by eco fashion activist Safia Minney, aims to supply customers with good quality products, with friendly and efficient service, empowering customers to participate in Fair Trade.

Everlane

everlane.com
Everlane spends months finding the best factories around the world and visit them often, building strong personal relationships with the owners. This hands-on approach is the most effective way to ensure a factory’s integrity. All products are made at ethical factories, from the finest materials, and sold without traditional retail markups.

Thought

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From the fabrics they use, to how they design, make and deliver garments, Thought considers every impact of the business with the greater aim of minimising their environmental footprint. They’re also proud supporters of slow fashion, so only design clothing intended to last.

Reformation

thereformation.com
Reformation puts sustainability at the core of everything; their factory uses the most efficient, eco-friendly and pro-social technologies and practices, they invest in green building infrastructure to minimize waste, water, and energy footprints and also invest in the people who make this revolution possible.

Zady

zady.com
Fast fashion is a systemic issue, so Zady has built a company that proves there is a better way, by making clothes that fit well, feel great, and pieces that inspire.
Process matters. Quality matters. Honesty matters.’

Elizabeth Suzann

elizabethsuzann.com
Elizabeth Suzann is a label born out of dislike for excess and desire for quality. Practicality, elegance, comfort and attention to detail are at the forefront of their philosophy. The brand cuts and sews all garments locally in a small Nashville design studio using only the highest quality, natural cloth. Quality cloth is significantly more durable, feels better against your skin, and gets softer with each wear.

Kowtow

kowtowclothing.com
Kowtow creates chic and stylish organic, fair trade clothing that is ethically and sustainably made from seed to garment. The factory in Kolkata, India where Kowtow garments are made, sponsors projects such as Girls Education, Cow Shed, and Cow Donation programs in the farmers’ villages.

Rachel Mcmillan

rachel-mcmillan.com
Fascinated by the conscious and subconscious states of mind, the anatomy of the human body and historical artistic groups, Rachel Mcmillan creates signature bespoke prints on contemporary urban silhouettes. Rachel believes in comfortable, contemporary and ethically sourced clothes that are accessible to everyone.

Seven Sisters

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Seven Sisters is born from a love of art, learning, and sharing beautiful things. They are committed to supporting small, woman-owned businesses like our own, and predominantly carry lines by female designers and makers. Their goal is to bring customers timeless, high-quality items that are ethically and sustainably produced.

YSTR

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All YSTR clothes are ethically made by specialized artisans at our DTLA headquarters using cut-to-order manufacturing technology. The brand honours the process of slow fashion in every aspect of our business takes the time to produce each style in quality from concept to finish.

Stella Jean

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Stella Jean produce internally and with a few small African producers, wax design motif textiles and to persevere and believe, despite the high cost of coherence, in the congruent and ethical research of the genuine local products that generate real profits to local communities.

UK Brands

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Antiform

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Antiform is a forward-thinking fashion company that is pushing the boundaries of sustainable and ethical design by using reclaimed materials and mixing fashion forward shapes with heritage craft. All of the materials and workmanship involved in the production of Antiform clothing is sourced within the UK, and local to their studio if possible.

Arthur & Henry

arthurandhenry.com
The team at Arthur & Henry believe that every man needs a good shirt. Their shirts are good shirts – they are beautiful, ethical, and well-made. Arthur & Henry uses only organic cotton, almost all of which comes from the Pratima Organic Farmers Group in Bangalore, India, and the shirts are constructed by a small set of highly skilled tailors, also in Bangalore, who are paid handsomely. At present, their Wadham Oxford Weave shirts also carry the Fairtrade Mark. The company is working towards gaining this certification for their entire collection.

ASOS Eco Edit

ASOS Eco Edit is a section on their website that houses clothing, accessories, and beauty products that fit within their “criteria for sustainability” – namely that address any of the social or environmental issues that plague the fashion industry.

Baia

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Baia offers both ready-to-wear and bespoke leather bags and accessories that are designed and made by hand in their Yorkshire workshop. The unique and high quality products that are the result of Baia’s slower fashion model provide a welcome relief from the cheap chaos that defines much of the British high street.

Bav Tailor

bavtailor.com
Bav Tailor’s eponymous womenswear brand is one built for the next ethically aware generation. Bev has united a team of modernistic creative from her multiple homelands with one common interest: to reconstruct the age-old techniques of tailoring with innovative cuts, eco-sustainable materials, and technology. The result is a collective fusion of sharp tailoring, geometrical forms and finest certified natural fabrics that represent the true hallmarks of Made in Italy and Sustainability.

Beaumont Organic

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Beaumont Organic is an international ethical womenswear brand that combines signature styling with modern classics. Teaming contrasting fabrics and unique silhouettes with luxury organic, fairtrade, and eco fabrics, the collection offers a “contemporary conscious” wardrobe of everything a woman needs to dress up or down, day or night.

Beautiful Soul London

beautiful-soul.co.uk
Beautiful Soul London believes in slow fashion and thus designs with longevity in mind. The brand aims to reconcile style and sustainability and makes the quiet choice to accept only fabric that has been sourced with a kind consciousness. Beautiful Soul London is a proud supporter of the regeneration of UK manufacturing and textile production, and its UK-based production honours the hallmarks of British quality and craftsmanship. The company also practices zero-waste manufacturing. Every thread of fabric is used in the creative process.

Beyond Skin Vegan Shoes

beyond-skin.com
Yet another example of how fashion and ethics can go hand in hand, Beyond Skin makes gorgeous, empowering, vegan, fair trade footwear for both men and women.

Bibico

bibico.co.uk
After 10 years of designing for major high street brands, Bibico’s founder Snow had become disillusioned with the fashion industry and what it had become. She thus took matters into her own hands, creating a company with a slower “back to basics” approach to fashion; focused on creating clothes that were timeless, well-made, and ethically sourced and produced.

BRM

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BRM is a vintage-inspired eco and ethical womenswear clothing label, based, designed, and made in North East England. They are fully committed to sustainable, ethical, and eco-friendly practices, and are Carbon Neutral Certified with Bluedot Register.

Cecilia Hammarborg

ceciliahammarborg.co.uk
Since its launch in 2009, Cecilia Hammarborg has become a go-to label for tailored outerwear and statement coats. Designed with creativity, longevity, and sustainability in mind, Cecilia’s garments are wardrobe staples for women at any age.

Christopher Raeburn

christopherraeburn.co.uk
Marrying luxury with integrity, Scottish designer Christopher Raeburn’s pioneering work has brought sustainable design to a mainstream fashion audience.

People Tree

peopletree.co.uk
People Tree is the industry’s pioneer in ethical and sustainable fashion. For over twenty-five years, it has partnered with Fair Trade producers, garment workers, artisans, and farmers in the developing world to produce ethical and eco fashion collections – creating a new way of doing business that gives access to markets and opportunities to the kinds of communities usually exploited by fast fashion.

Stella McCartney

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Stella McCartney is the woman that brought eco to high fashion. Launched in 2001, her eponymous fashion house is committed to being a responsible, honest, and modern company. A lifelong vegetarian, Stella does not use any leather or fur in her designs. Instead, she places technology and textile innovation at the forefront of her creative process to create more socially and environmentally sustainable collections, which include women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, active wear, eyewear, fragrances, and kids.

Thought

wearethought.com
What started as a capsule collection of men’s shirts and beachwear made of sustainable ramie and hemp, has become a company whose collection of womenswear, menswear, and accessories is stocked in over 1000 shops all over the world.

Totty Rocks

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Totty Rocks is an Edinburgh-based independent womenswear boutique whose products are all designed and produced in Scotland. The Totty Rocks customer is individual and style-conscious, with an eye for quality and a desire for something unique.

Wool and the Gang

woolandthegang.com
Wool and the Gang is one of the most innovative new fashion companies in the UK. Created out of a passion for incredible design that is produced in a sustainable way, WATG gives you the option to both knit your own garments,

Underwear

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 Swedish Stockings

swedishstockings.com
Each year, two billion pairs of tights are produced, worn a few times and then discarded, helping to make the textile industry the second most polluting industry in the world. landfills everywhere are full of poorly made and cheap non-biodegradable textiles – and it’s getting worse. Nylon yarn, which is currently used to produce most modern pantyhose, is created from an environmentally harmful petroleum-based manufacturing process that is not only bad for the planet but also produces pantyhose that don’t last. These harmful practices in the fashion industry are all too common. we believe the world needs more innovative and environmentally conscious products to lead the way, and so Swedish Stockings was launched. A forerunner in sustainably produced nylon tights and socks, Swedish Stockings produce beautiful pantyhose from recycled yarn. our factories engage in sustainable practices including the use of environmentally friendly dyes, post-dyeing water treatment and the use of solar power for much of the energy needed in the manufacturing process.

 Cosabella

cosabella.com
The company was formally founded in 1983. Cosabella (Italian for “beautiful thing”) External economic issues made it appear as though Cosabella would have to sacrifice Italian-made products in order to remain cost effective, but the Campello’s embraced the challenges. Manufacturing was done solely in Italy both for the creation of garments as well as a unique color-dyeing ability that would become one Cosabella’s trademark features. To date, Cosabella has created beautiful lace garments in nearly 200 vibrant hues, alongside initiating several ongoing philanthropic projects, namely supporting Breast Cancer charities.

 Pact

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Pact is committed to organic cotton to minimize their impact on the environment and improve the conditions and quality of life for the people who make their clothing. PACT ORGANIC unites the collective vision of organic cotton farming, responsible manufacturing, sustainable and ethical certifications, and values-based shopping. The brand believes that organic cotton is the foundation for addressing labor and environmental challenges that surround clothing. All Pact underwear and clothing is manufactured in safe facilities and is always sweatshop-free and child-labor-free.

Base Range

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Baserange is a line of sustainable underwear and loungewear. The collection favors a philosophy of creating clean, easy and accessible garments that exist somewhere between modern culture and the natural world. The focus is on working with high quality, organic fabrics in innovative ways that benefits both producer and consumer while minimizing environmental impact. Modern basics in easy soft silhouettes made to emphasize natural beauty and be forever wearable. Baserange is based in Denmark, founded in 2012.

Only Hearts

onlyhearts.com
Debuting in 2008, the Only Hearts Organic underwear line is currently one of the brand’s most popular. Attracting fashionistas and the environmentally conscious alike, Only Hearts Organic merges the founder’s commitment to sustainability with the flirty sophistication of the label’s aesthetic.The line is produced in accordance with the standards put forth by the GOTS (Global Organic Textile Stardard), IMO (Institute for Marketecology), and the ETAD (Ecological and Toxical Association of Dyes and Organic Pigments Manufacturers). These standards for organic textiles cover the production, processing, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, inspection, exportation, importation and distribution of all natural fibers

Anekdot

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Anekdot craft sustainable underwear & swimwear. using upcycle smaterials from the luxury fashion industry and its many leftovers, turning them into limited edition designs that rediscover individuality. Led by Swedish fashion designer Sofie Andersson, each creation is designed & handmade in Berlin or Sweden. The brand has an endlessly covetable aesthetic that captures Scandinavian chic and minimalism, while reducing textile waste and fighting against mass production and monotonous style.

Mischke Lingerie

mischkelingerie.com
Mischke Lingerie was founded in 2014 by Edinburgh born designer, Hazel Lethaby. Hazel has a passion for making small and beautiful things and firmly believes that the Devil is in the detail. The delicate pieces are each hand crafted in small batches, and utilize artisanal techniques, eco-friendly dying and printing methods and vintage textiles.

Vintage

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Beyond Retro

beyondretro.com
Beyond Retro began in 2002 as a single warehouse-turned-retail store in East London, stocked with an eclectic range of vintage sourced from around the globe. Their vast vintage collection is sourced globally, handpicking the best vintage and second-hand pieces for our customer.

Hunted Vintage

huntedvintage.com
‘A great wardrobe doesn’t have to cost a fortune, but it does need to be Hunted down.’
Hunted Vintage ‘does the hunting for you, curating on-trend, one-off vintage clothing without the painful price tag.

Rokit Vintage

rokit.co.uk
Over the past three decades, Rokit has recycled over a million tonnes of discarded clothing and accessories to become the highly regarded regular haunt for style savvy Londoners with a worldwide online audience.

Vestiaire Collective

vestiairecollective.com
Vintage and second-hand designer goods, with over 4,000 international brands, discover luxury labels such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Burberry, Céline, Isabel Marant, Sandro, Maje, Acne Studios and more, from rare vintage finds to classic and contemporary pre-loved must-haves.

ASOS Marketplace

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ASOS Marketplace is home to the hottest new brands and vintage boutiques from around the world. Here you’ll find the best independent designs alongside quality sourced vintage from hundreds of sellers.

Blue Rinse

bluerinsevintage.co.uk
Blue Rinse is the No1 vintage shop in the UK providing all your vintage clothing needs, with branded, re-made, and vintage classics. Their Remade in England range lovingly reworks one off vintage pieces. Vintage clothing is given a new style, turning shirts into dresses, pinafores and bags.