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 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.
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 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.
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 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 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.
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 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.
All YSTR clothes are ethically made by specialized artisans at 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 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.