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ABURY is pioneering fashion by combining traditional, old world crafts with avant garde design to create a new luxury style that fosters intercultural exchange and preserves world crafts.
ABURY brings together exciting designers with traditional artisans from remote and inspiring cultures. This exchange of knowledge between the old world and the cutting edge allows for a new context to emerge, leasing crafts a new life and lending design an emotional component which has been missing in recent times. The designer is embedded in a craft culture for roughly three months to learn and share ideas from one another and to create a collection together, bringing the best of heritage knowledge and wisdom to high design and sustainable solutions.
But the ABURY cycle goes beyond this two way relationship, caring for the whole supply chain, we give back the same number of production hours in education hours for every product sold.
Armour sans Anguish garments are made using 100% recycled materials. Our little collections are non-seasonal and always changing.
Making sustainable jewelry & accessories since 2004. Handmade with love in Bk.
Fashion Conscious Earth Friendly Estate Jewelry. We were born on the premise of staying out of the mines by upcycling, repairing & restoring estate jewelry.
Founded on the unique beauty inherent in vintage & pre-owned jewelry and realizing the benefit reclaimed & upcycled jewelry has on the environment, we focus on estate pieces and eco-sourced jewelry. Because of this, Eco Estate Jewelry, has been able to curate one of the most beautiful & interesting collections in Central Texas. Our business was born on the premise that the world is full of beautiful pieces that deserve a second story & a new life. Why continue to mine new gold and gems when vintage beauties are all around us? Much of it more intriguing & unique & always new to you! At Eco Estate Jewelry we provide you the ability to be environmentally responsible with your jewelry purchases and remain in fashion. We are engaged with the trends of today and appreciate the works of yesterday.
We always carry a diverse selection on Victorian, Art Deco, Native American, Taxco and modern pieces. Many customers are surprised to learn we carry all modern designers including David Yurman, Tiffany & Co., John Hardy, Rolex, James Avery and more!
Designer of new & recycled leather bags and vintage picker by trade, Erin Templeton's studio/storefront in Vancouver, BC houses a full collection of both.
erin templeton began making leather accessories in 1999, while studying shoemaking at Cordwainer's College in London, England. she continued to study leatherwork in Australia, and once home in Vancouver, BC, she began concentrating on handbags.
a vintage buyer by trade, erin always found the masses of unloved leather inspiring, as each piece is a reminder of who it once was. all designs are lovingly handmade in-house in recycled leather, imported cowhides, or a selection of exclusive and locally tanned elks and bison.
erin's fascination with the past informs designs that aim to defy trends. she uses minimal hardware and simple, strong construction, which allow people to adjust, change, and make pieces their own. it is her hope that each piece is able to be a life long friend.
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.
Women's social wear with a social conscious.
Rooted in a childhood dream and whispered to awaken the creativity…Hopeless + Cause Atelier was realized in 2015.
I’m a HOPELESS fanatic of fashion. I’m a HOPELESS believer that everything happens for a reason and you should use it to drive or inspire you. And, because I’m human, I feel HOPELESS at times so I give others hope to be who they are meant to be. Life is filled with CAUSE & effect. What if there was a fashion line that supported: livable wages, eco-friendly & social-economic practices, and gave back? Now wouldn’t that be a CAUSE to get behind…and just think of that effect. Hopeless + Cause Atelier creates bespoke fashion for woman who want to have an impact.
Quality sourcing of your favorite brands and vintage flair, curated for the modern bohemian life.
In the Rough Collaborative is an independently owned, curated online thrift store, based in Colorado, but shipping goods worldwide. It is geared toward promoting ethical fashion and environmental sustainability. The shop offers hand-selected, pre-owned vintage and modern pieces as a stylish and eco-friendly alternative for consumers who would normally purchase new materials. Its online presence also features a lifestyle blog called The Mod Boho Life, highlighting topics such as small business partnership and ways to live your cause. Each month, a portion of sales is donated directly to The Nature Conservancy (find more info at www.nature.org).
Luxury lifestyle goods that are eco-responsible, craftsman produced, and ethically manufactured.
LilMooch - Your Ethical Clothing
LilMooch was created to support the work of organic cotton farmers and safe working conditions for workers. We found the suicide rate of cotton farmers could not be ignored. Neither could the low wages and working conditions of many workers.
At LilMooch we carry brands who are dedicated to producing ethical and sustainable garments. We stock items made via fair trade practices. Most items are made with organic cotton which is good for the farmers, good for the environment and good for you.
Pioneering sustainable fashion for the next generation while protecting the natural spirit of the planet. An adventure of innovative British Eco design and production based in Bali Indonesia.
Being built on an Eco-conscious foundation, Little Spirits emphasizes the importance of using materials in ways that contribute positively to the well being of the environment. Our clothes and accessories are put together from recycled or organic materials with the intention of reducing waste and creating as little of it as possible.
Madia & Matilda is a unique luxury clothing label, specalizing in upcycled and sustainable fabrics. With the upcycled pieces we create clothes from one off, precious garment & textiles.
Recycled fashion accessories. Vintage clothing from 50s to 80s new with label. Upcycled chothing own desings
Sustainable online shop.
We made recycled fashion accessories with al kind of recycled materials like, newspapers, comics, ties, vinyl records, umbrellas, fireman hose, bicycle wheel chamber, cds, and so...
We rescue old cloth and desing clothing, the same way we upcycled old clothing.
We also sale vintage clothing and fashion accessories from 50s to 80s, rescued from old warehouses, all new with labels.
Upcycled men and women's fashion using deadstock and vintage fabrics in limited quantities
MUD Jeans is a Dutch denim brand and the first fashion brand completely working according to the principles of circular economy. Our products are designed with a circular twist, made of certified materials and produced with carefully selected factories.
We take care of our products throughout the life cycle and beyond. We offer for example a free repair service or ask our customers to return their worn out MUD Jeans. Returned jeans are either pimped and sold as second hand or shredded, blended with organic cotton and reborn in the form of new denim yarn ready for the creation of new products. We are able to produce sweaters consisting of 84% recycled denim and jeans consisting of 30% recycled denim.
We are also the first brand that enables customers to lease a jeans for one year. Thereby, we want to stimulate people to use clothes instead of owning them. We have already a community of 1,888 leasers and further growing. The benefit: Offering people to easily switch their jeans after one year – guilt-free.
Feminine, timeless, tailored dresses and separates for the woman on the move, consciously made in New York City.
Ohio Kimono sells authentic vintage and antique Japanese kimono online, and at special events all over the USA.
We are a fashion brand that makes few-of-a-kind, handcrafted bags & other accessories from up-cycled materials sourced from factory-excess fabrics, leather, vegan leather and metal.
We set out to create a brand that makes beautiful few-of-a-kind pieces. We discovered that we could accomplish that while doing good for the environment and the society. Factories all over the world have excess materials that they dispense with that often end up in landfills. We realized we could use these and work with small entrepreneurs employing underprivileged workers and paying them fair wages while providing them with good working conditions. In the process, we could make exquisite, unique bags & fashion accessories. We are a socially responsible company and we’re always looking for ways to give back to the community. Our company strongly believes in educating the public about sustainability and promoting fashion that makes a difference in the world. Our vision is to make upcycled the cornerstone of signature styling.
The planets 1st and ONLY WFTO Fair Trade footwear company !
What is soleRebels? Great question: we like to say that soleRebels is hand-crafted LOVE for your feet.
After all, LOVE is how we got started. We wanted to find a way to share our LOVE for the amazing artisan heritages of Ethiopia with the world.
So we embarked on a quest to hand-craft stunningly creative footwear by fusing Ethiopian artisan heritages with fantastic design and the LOVE flowed from there. The brand has created passionate fans around the planet who love how soleRebels lets them walkNAKED, empowering them express their creativity, uniqueness + positivity through their footwear!
soleRebels was founded by Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, a kick*#$$ entrepreneur named to FORBES Magazine World's 100 Most Powerful Women List [Woman to Watch] and named by FAST COMPANY Magazine as ONE OF THE MOST CREATIVE PEOPLE IN BUSINESS. soleRebels retails though our growing global network of branded soleRebels brick and mortar retail stores, our e-commerce platform soleRebels.com and our many fantastic retail partners.
Connecting people and knowledge that will help protect ocean communities
As a social enterprise, we work towards a better knowledge and understanding of the importance of the ocean protection against the climate change.
We engage the community with different activities:
Up cycling vintage garments with marine debris from around the world.
Printing on organic materials with water based tints.
3D printing accessories with starch filaments.
Accessories made of marine debris.
Beach cleaning, creative workshops, marine debris data tracking, robots built with eco-friendly materials and dressed up with sustainable fashion designs.
We are interested in interlacing innovation with traditional crafts.
ethical apparel, handmade, recycled, up-cycled, sustainable, wearable art
Every piece is handmade or up-cycled by me. Every element in the product is eco friendly. I use only recycled materials: fabrics, lace, yarn, threads, buttons. I'm also a vintage fan so you might find vintage inspired stuff among my things.
There is no USE in buying new materials because our Earth is full of forgotten, Out of Trend materials.
I choose mostly natural fibers and/or fabric. If I choose acrylic or polyester in my up-cycling or handmade is only because I truly found a purpose for that very piece.
Every article is unique, I can't and won't duplicate.
I put a bit of my soul and my entire energy in every little thing I make... so I'm with you everywhere...