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 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.
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 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 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
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
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.
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.
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 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.