Stella McCartney Kids
Queen of Green, Stella McCartney’s commitment to sustainability is evident throughout all her collections and is part of the brand’s ethos of being a responsible, honest, and modern company. Her childrenswear includes adorable dungarees, super-soft knitwear, quirky accessories and more.

Love it Love it Love it
This brand creates childrenswear from organic and sustainable materials that help the planet at the point of production, and specialize in meticulously well-made clothes.  Love it Love it Love it’s kids clothes are also completely gender neutral and unisex.

Little Shrimp
Little Shrimp clothing is not only beautifully designed but also, practical, comfortable and extremely desirable by both kids and parents. They produce wonderful non-seasonal collections, which means Little Shrimp clothing can be worn all year round, and it makes organic products, encouraging and pesticide-free habitats.

Green Nippers
Green Nippers clothes are manufactured under the strict Global Organic Textiles Standard, ensuring that no nasty chemicals and pesticides are used, and also they only use recycled and biodegradable packaging and chemical free dyes for our products that have a low impact on the environment.

Lilly and Sid
Designed in London, loved worldwide, Lilly and Sid produces funky kids clothes inspired by street trends and vintage treasures with a brilliantly British twist. Many products are made in the UK, and the brand also donates 5% of their profits to Unicef.

Boys & Girls
Boys&Girls create vibrant clothes for lively babies, toddlers & kids. Based around a core range of simple shapes, their clothes are colourful, comfortable, modern & fun with an emphasis on great unisex pieces. Each garment is created with care using GOTS certified organic cotton.

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Every Pura Vida Bracelet is carefully handcrafted by artisans in Costa Rica. The commitment to their craft is conveyed through the quality of their work. The artisan’s dedication to the “pura vida” way of life is demonstrated in the seemingly endless colour combinations and innovative styles. The brand has donated over million to charities including those dedicated to rescuing sea creatures and protecting the habitats and biodiversity of our oceans.

Paperchain Jewellery, a brand creating beautiful handmade paper-based jewellery in Uganda, exists to support charities that work with street children, improving their prospects in life. One of the projects that they support is Dwelling Places, a Ugandan founded and run organisation that rescues, rehabilitates, reconciles and resettles children from the streets.

Each unique piece in the Made collection is hand crafted by highly skilled, dedicated artisans. Traditional craftsmanship is infused into all products, echoing the love and skill of the hands that made it. Using techniques handed down through the generations, Made jewellery not only looks great but also tells a story of lives changed through safe, sustainable employment, training and education.

Melissa Joy Manning
Melissa Joy Manning is a fine jewellery brand that uses recycled sterling silver and gold sourced from a Green Certified refinery with the highest environmental standards, along with alternative materials like Leland Slag and raspberry nickel. They also use upcycled stones wherever possible, along with antique tribal and reclaimed charms.

Wild Fawn
Wild Fawn Jewellery is an independent handmade jewellery brand based in South London. Their philosophy is to make timeless, eco-friendly jewellery that has minimal impact on the environment. All Wild Fawn Jewellery is either 925 sterling silver or 9kt eco/Fairtrade gold and is, wherever possible, made using recycled sterling silver. Wild Fawn Jewellery is perfect for those who prefer a sustainable, environmentally aware lifestyle

Brass Bombshell
At Brass Bombshell Jewellery, repurposed brass originally used as bombs and bullets is made into wearable symbols of peace, hope and strength. Each product is handmade in Cambodia and is certified Fairtrade.

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Founded in 2004, The Veja project creates a supply chain that respects both humans and the environment. Veja’s values include Transparency, Organic Materials and Fair Trade Sourcing, creating trainers/sneakers that are sustainable but do not sacrifice style. The brand works directly with small Brazilian producers, who are organized into cooperatives of organic cotton and wild rubber from the Amazon.

GIDEON Shoes is a social enterprise operated by the Ted Noffs Foundation to fund its projects and provide more resources for the community. One of these projects is the Street University: an educational facility based in South West Sydney that empowers disadvantaged youth through early intervention education, mentoring, narrative therapy and public health tools. All shoes are made in Australia under fair working conditions.

For Etiko, the payment of fair prices and development premiums is fundamental to achieving labour rights in garment, footwear and sports ball production. Continuing to pursue low prices and concentrating value extraction at the brand end of supply chains won’t deliver labour rights and poverty reduction. Etiko is a pioneer of organic and fairtrade fashion All clothing and footwear are made with cotton which is certified both organic (GOTS) and fairtrade (FLO). The rubber used in footwear is a blend of FSC certified rubber as well as other recycled materials.

Each pair of Mamahuhu is beautifully handcrafted by artisans with Colombian leather. The designs are inspired by unique elements from different cultures during the founders’ travels around the world.Mamahuhu helps unemployed artisans to become sustainable business owners, and job creators. A business model deeply rooted in helping communities socially thrive on their own merits, work pride and sense of accomplishment.

Inkkas is committed to fair trade and strive to develop transparent partnerships withproducers based on respect, fairness and equity. This provides the producers with a fair price, ensures a safe working environment and a commitment to environmentally sustained production. Through this approach they support disadvantaged communities in marginalised areas by providing a bridge to the global market and a means to maintain traditional artisan skills.

The Root Collective
The Root Collective is bucking the trends of mass production by focusing on handcrafted quality where the impact on the lives of our makers, and the role of your purchases in that, is the focus. People who work in manufacturing for fashion often come from impoverished communities and do not have many opportunities for work. The jobs are typically low paying and people work in poor conditions. The Root Collective’s passion is to change that. They believe that people should be treated fairly and with kindness, and believe that the right job can change lives and empower communities.

All Nisolo producers receive, at a minimum, far beyond fair trade wages, excellent healthcare, and a healthy working environment. The brand works closely with small, independent artisans to help grow their businesses and production capabilities in Mexico and Kenya, offering both finacial support and mentoring. With no middle men, Nisolo offers a fair price for both producers and consumers, and prioritises high quality.

Z Shoes
Z Shoes is founded upon the principles of human dignity and environmental sustainability. Z Shoes are made from 100% organic, fair trade sustainably-harvested cotton from the Solo y San Miguel regions of Peru. Every Z Shoe starts with a comfortable sole made from 100% organic, fair trade, sustainably-harvested Amazonian Sharinga rubber, and all coloured shoes are produced using totally natural plant dyes.

Matt & Nat
From the start, Matt & Nat has been committed to not using leather or any other animal-based materials in their designs. Each season, they continue to explore new innovative ways to remain sustainable and eco-friendly. Over the years, they’ve been experimenting with different recycled materials such as recycled nylons, cardboard, rubber and cork, and been committed to using linings only made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles.

TOMS is a company that matches every pair of shoes purchased with a pair of new shoes given to a child in need. TOMS Shoes are always given to children through humanitarian organizations who incorporate shoes into their community development programs.Realizing this movement could serve other basic needs, TOMS Eyewear was launched. With every pair purchased, TOMS will help give sight to a person in need. 400,000 have had their sight restored through purchases of TOMS Eyewear since 2011, through  prescription glasses, medical treatment and/or sight-saving surgery.

Brother Vellies
Handmade in South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya and Morocco, Brother Vellies creates boots, shoes and sandals in styles that maintain the spirit and durability of their ancestral counterparts. At the Brother Vellies workshops, a small group of men and women assemble a few dozen pairs of shoes a day by hand, using techniques refined over multiple generations. The workshop was established in 1963 and is an open space that welcomes artisans of all genders, sexual orientation, backgrounds and trib

Borgeouis Boheme
Bourgeois Boheme is an independent London-based footwear brand for men and women making state of the art luxury shoes completely free from animal-derived materials. The British-inspired, brand-exclusive styles are all artisan-made in Portugal from the finest eco-friendly Italian vegan leathers. With great attention to detail, BB champions slow fashion and redefines the perception of leather-free footwear.

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Studio Five

Studio Five is a fashion and textile brand based in Glasgow that prides itself on unique, stylish and sustainable fashion and interiors. They draw inspiration from the natural world and combine illustrations, photography, and collage to create a collection of unisex, organic cotton tees, one-off, hand made tees and hand rolled scarves.

Edinburgh Textiles Collective
In cooperation with IKEA and Zero Waste Scotland, a group of up and coming designers from Edinburgh College of Art. E.T.C uses contemporary design and colour to create unique, hand printed and handmade pieces in Scotland, whilst maintaining a level of sustainability to the best of our ability by striving to limit waste production.

Fjallraven is proud to be able to offer our customers timeless, durable and functional outdoor clothing and equipment, creating products that last longer and are better for the environment than trendy items that only last one season. They are constantly striving to improve processes, select suitable raw materials and decrease our consumption of water, energy and chemicals.

Wyatt and Jack
All of Wyatt and Jack’s recycled bags are made entirely from up cycled deck chair canvas and repurposed bouncy castle PVC, each one lovingly hand crafted in Britain.

With her vision to produce thoughtful accessories, Chelli Look began CHC; a collection of handcrafted leather goods, brought together in her Chicago studio with materials sourced from the USA. As a giving company, CHC donates ten percent of profits to WINGS; an organization providing services to end domestic violence & homelessness.

Handmade with love from locally-sourced and eco-friendly materials including natural straw, sustainably sourced shell and recycled wood, Kayu bags blend modern Californian style with traditional crafts of South East Asia.

Nu Blvck
With no physical stores and no complex supply chain, Nu Blvck is simply passionate about changing the world of fashion and doing so with the best artisan producers. Their approach brings the artisans closer to our customers, reduces waste in the supply chain and allows for more ethical, transparent trade.  Each piece is truly limited edition and completely handmade to order.

Tribe Alive
Tribe Alive’s passion for quality handmade clothing and responsible commerce is a platform that empowers women to raise themselves out of poverty all around the planet.They partner with female artisans in Guatemala, Haiti, India, Honduras, and Texas to employ impoverished women at fair-trade wages. Their studios create safe work environments, dependable income, and the power to determine their own future.

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