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We are a growing sustainable streetwear brand based in the UK whose target is to bring responsibly sourced fashion to the urban environment.
Our audience demands more than cheap throw-away items that last just one season, they demands stylish pieces that are built to last. We focus on producing items made from organic fibres, recycled materials and new and innovative low impact fabrics, always looking to experiment in order to bring our customers products that are both surprising and refreshing, whilst also allowing us to challenge ourselves in new ways with both design and minimizing our impact on the environment.
Sustainable fashion and accessories using exiting stock materials
Globe Hope is an innovative Finnish company that designs and manufactures ecological products from recycled and discarded materials. Through re-designing and re-sewing, left over and excess materials are turned into new and unique clothes, bags and accessories.
Globe Hope we live by our three key values: aesthetics, ecology and ethics. We are committed both in our design and production to the principles of sustainable development and want to offer consumers an ecological alternative and to encourage people to think about their environment. Our clothes, bags and accessories save and reuse the limited resources on earth and their production is ethical. While we’re not ready to compromise our ecological values, creating interesting, beautiful and practical products is fundamental.
Gone Rustic specialises in eco printing and dyeing (upcycled and vintage fashion, handmade accessories and textile art) by artist and owner Rita Summers.
Gone Rustic Studio and Gallery opened in 2003 in a rented building. In 2004 Rita and Ian Summers purchased a disused historical industrial building in St. Marys, Tasmania, Australia. Ian (a highschool art teacher) did most of the work of transforming the dilapidated building into a studio and gallery in his spare time over the next 18 months.
In 2012 the building was repainted inside and out in two shades of grey, with white and red trims. In 2015, new vinyl banner signs were installed, designed in collaboration with son John Summers of Black Marketing + Creative - http://www.black.marketing.
This is where Rita makes, displays and sells her own work (as well as other people’s quality handmade items), offers classes, and hosts exhibitions of local artisans and touring art displays.
Eco Awesome Custom Wedding Gowns for Conscious Brides!
We love to create Custom Eco-Awesome Wedding Gowns for brides all over the world from our small studio in Kansas City. As the lead designer and owner, I work one-on-one with brides to co-create dream wedding dresses produced made-to-measure and often only discussed virtually via Skype.
We create gowns at reasonable prices using all natural earth-friendly fabrics, fashioned out of like Organic Cottons that are produced in the USA, as well as Silk, Hemp, and Bamboo!
Each gown is handmade by local seamstresses who love to create dreamy gowns for real woman.
With 10 years of happy brides, we have already made a big impact with a small environmental footprint.
MERELY ME.CO , a living brand that bridges recycling, Zero Waste and creativity into products that range from whimiscal to beautiful.
When textile artist and head designer, Madera Elena Rogers, created Merely M.E. (of Madera E. Rogers Designs LLC)’s first paper accessory, she created a revolutionary piece of wearable art – both for the body and soul. Through Merely M.E.’s collection of “eco-conscious clothing ”, each piece celebrates individuality, true recycling and Madera’s vision of self-expression in the real world.
Merely M.E. is now, based in New Orleans, from development of products in New-York. The living brand extends educational platform to clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories, specialty greeting cards, custom hand-crafted gift pouches that serves as a tool to guide the curious consumers’ “
Ethical urban wear, handcrafted in the heart of Europe.
We founded Movinun so we could offer, to ourselves and to everyone something nice, fun, and useful.
Movinun is not asking you to give up partying, good music, good food, travel or any other fun and amazing stuff the world has to offer. We want you to enjoy this stuff while making the planet a better place for us and our future generations.
Movi nun means "move now". We chose the name because we don't want to just stand by, we want to act, do something and help where we can.
Olderbrother fuses natural processes with playful spirits to create contemporary classics.
We make clothes for people.
We are the intermix between men/women, play/sophistication, and contemporary/nature-based design.
Our universal garments, tailored to fit men, women and those in-between equally. No gender, gender-neutral, unisex et cetera.
Each naturally hand-dyed garment is subtly unique and completely free of heavy metals, salts, and toxins.
After being loved to death, they can be buried in your backyard to organically decompose.
We work exclusively with eco-conscious textiles that range from small batch organics to renewable plant-based synthetics.
We carefully select our textiles based on quality, environmental impact and social responsibility.
Our garments are cut, sewn and dyed in sunny Los Angeles.
Sewing lessons based on a sustainable concept. Ethical fabric, minimal waste, streamlining wardrobe. DIY fashion!
At Sewn we love style, hate fast throwaway fashion. We want to make sewing an enjoyable yet sustainable hobby, so in our sewing classes you'll learn how to make and build a capsule wardrobe, in classic styles, that you'll wear time and time again.
Sewn Sustainably has created a teaching concept that encourages the home-sewer's ability to make stylish, on-trend yet sustainable fashion. We want to encourage you to think about what clothes you actually need in your wardrobe, which ones you'll definitely wear again and again, and the key garments that can be combined endlessly to create different outfits for all types of occasions.
Space Between is a social enterprise platform for fashion at the College of Creative Arts in Massey University which enables students, graduates, fashion researchers and industry to work together to bring about positive change in the fashion industry.
Space between is a social enterprise/research platform at the College of Creative Arts in Massey University, which enables students’ recent graduates and fashion researchers to work together with a shared philosophy to bring about 'positive change' in industry. We work according two distinct but complementary strategies to design with the textile waste from the current system and to ultimately eliminate waste from industry by design in closed loop’ solutions. Space Between asks the tertiary sector, private and not-for profit work together to develop a new kind of sustainable fashion system that can create value for people, planet and profit.
studio JUX = Design + Eco + Fair
The Goood Shop is an online shop where you can find ethical and sustainable brands made with km0 philosophy and a place to read stories about conscious entrepreneurs.
We're making the planet healthier by turning discarded clothing and apparel into Renewed Apparel.
The Renewal Workshop is a new kind of apparel company that makes discarded clothing and textiles into something new. We partner with the world’s best-loved brands and retailers to recover value from their unsellable returns and excess inventory.
Our proprietary Renewal System takes discarded apparel and textiles and turns them into renewed apparel, upcycling materials or feedstock for recycling. Data is collected on everything that flows through the system and is shared with our brand partners to help them improve the production and design of future products. Renewed apparel is sold direct-to-consumer at renewalworkshop.com and in selected stores. We’re the certified renewal partner for our brands.
Created in 2015 , we design and manufacture all of our limited edition pieces right here in the USA. All of our garments are handcrafted by a small team of seamstresses using sustainable fabrics and vintage/ thrifted garments.
Here at Untitled Thoughts, sustainability, workers' rights, and our environmental impact are at the center of our business philosophy. If a product does not satisfy all three of these requirements, we simply won't move forward with producing it. Fashion is the second most polluting industry, right after oil. We have the chance to make a positive impact through the clothing we produce, so why put out anything less than stellar?
Our Clothing is geared towards women who are confident in their own skin and feel good by doing good. We value every single woman's right to love her own body and dress in a way that allows her to feel beautiful. Through thoughtfully crafted clothing made with quality materials that will stand the test of time, we are thrilled to offer women our fashions.