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Vespertine offers vintage-inpsired modern classics for women in sizes XS-XXL & 2-14. Selections include clothing, jewelry and accessories. Proudly made in Canada using eco-friendly fabrics.
Sustainable fashion, refined.
Vespertine offers vintage-inpsired modern classics for women in sizes XS-XXL & 2-14.
The new label fills a growing gap in ladies fashion, providing women in their prime with figure-flattering designs in structured fabrics that give them a polished, pulled-together look.
Proudly made in Toronto, Canada using eco-friendly fabrics including hemp, organic cotton, modal, bamboo, recycled fibers and bolt end fabrics.
Vespertine's mission is to support women as they transition and embrace change, and to encourage a shift toward making more sustainable choices.
100% Organic Materials. Made & Sourced in The USA.
Victor makes it easy to feel good about buying our products. Whether you’re motivated by a great fit, bringing jobs back to the US, or purchasing sustainable clothing--- we’ve got you covered. We’re simplifying online shopping AND pricing clothes directly from the factory to you. A sweatshirt that would typically be $125 is now $68. We are lowering the barrier of entry for more people to join us in changing the market, employing our neighbor at fair wages, for a fair price.
women's ethically made, sustainable clothing line
Today’s crowded retail industry of fast fashion and questionable sustainability practices force consumers to make difficult decisions between following trends and protecting the planet. virtue + vice hits the market on Earth Day, providing eco-conscious women with style that promises to produce the smallest possible carbon footprint, while providing a living wage to artisans in India.
“The goal of virtue + vice is to create unique, sustainable clothing and to educate our customers on how their purchasing decisions impact the planet,” says DiSalvo. “By providing a window into the production process, we hope to encourage women to shop ethically and offer virtue + vice as an easy option for them.”
Ethical men's shirts designed in London and handmade to order in our fair trade tailoring centre in northern India.
What is Visible Clothing’s vision?
Our vision is a clothing sector where everyone is treated fairly. We believe this will come about as more and more of us buy in line with our values.
What type of business are you?
We are a US registered C-Corp with a wholly owned subsidiary in the UK. We are a for-profit company, driven the social mission of providing more visibility into the clothing sector.
-Visible people - We want to connect you with the actual people who make Visible clothing and to provide opportunities for those workers to let you and us know whether they are happy with their working conditions.
-Visible costs - We tell you where every pound (or dollar) goes when you part with your cash, leaving you to be the judge as to whether clothes a fair price.
-Visible impact - We charge a fair price for clothes which are made by people who are treated fairly, and by doing so create opportunities for extreme poverty to be eradicated.
Founded from an environmental calling to respond to the needs of life of Earth, Vital Hemp has for more than a decade tangibly participated in changing attitudes around hemp, resulting in the re-legalization of this most vital plant. Among it's many known uses, Hemp is also the most effective crop at sequestering carbon; for every ton we harvest, it sequesters 1.62 tons of C02. Hemp cools the globe!
Our Santa Monica store serves as a retail hub, a showroom for wholesale and promo customers and a center of hempjucation. Our ecommerce site and social media channels support the business. We currently employ five people and are preparing for another cycle of growth in the e-commerce and wholesale divisions of the business.
Breed, produce and develop the market for naturally colorful cottons, sold under the trademarked name: Foxfibre® Colorganic®
Since 1985 developing the market by breeding for commercial viability of naturally colorful cottons and producing them by contract for textile mills through retailers. Performing the R & D necessary to commercialize these cottons in the 1990's, still customer producing these cottons for interested retailers and manufacturers. Raw fiber, yarn, and some fabrics are available.
Handwoven textile from Latvia
VUUVEN story began in the Autumn of 2015, when we came across more than 50 years old looms. VUUVEN was created because we want to offer handmade textile products in a way that is environmentally sustainable, is not creating CO2 emissions and wouldn't require any extra resources.
Textile artist and creator of VUUVEN – Kristine –, has proved her skills whilst creating and designing textiles for world class brands. Now we are proud to present her personal creative designs on VUUVEN.
Check out more: www.vuuven.lv
Wallis Evera is a Canadian eco-fashion brand that makes modern and elegant hemp apparel. All products are manufactured locally (Vancouver, BC) and emphasis is placed on choosing women of diversity as role models for runway and photo campaigns.
Wallis Evera creates elegant and enduring clothing using hemp fabrics. Our styles are understated and the construction is designed for ease and longevity. We carefully select our fabrics for their comfort, shape, and durability. All products are designed, cut and sewn in Vancouver, Canada. Our aim is to make clothes that spark dialogue and inspire change toward a more sustainable future.
Small batch and one of a kind goods for women + home
To lessen environmental impact, materials are sourced locally or online through small American businesses. All leather is salvaged from items that have outlived their usefulness; think jackets with tears or busted zippers.
Straight stitch sewing techniques are used in the patterns of many garments to minimize waste. Fabric remaining after the construction of a larger piece will become meticulously sewn details on smaller pieces.
West Oak Design is a labor of love. Every design challenge reveals new ways to operate with little negative impact on the environment and positive impact on our community.
Cool clothes that tell tales.
People do want to know more about their clothes – where do they come from? Are they ethically made? Is the manufacture eco-friendly? Here at Where Does It Come From? every garment we sell has a code printed on the label. To trace its origin simply go to our Trace Your Garment page, type in the code and this will unlock the story of your garment right back to its beginning as a crop in the field. You can find out all the things that happened to it to turn it into the garment that it is today and ‘meet’ some of the people involved.
Wildlife Works' objective is to advance economic and social solutions for communities where both wildlife survival and forest preservation is threatened.
At Wildy Co. we design and produce ethically made kids clothes, including all the staples your kids need.
Wildly Co. designs, produces, screen prints, and packages ethically made kids clothes in the USA. So, you might be wondering what exactly does "ethically made" mean? At Wildly Co., "ethically made" is defined by: fair labor practices, empowering women, fair trade, giving campaigns, and creating sustainable jobs. Additionally, we hold that same standard with every supplier we have relationships with. Ethically made, for us, really means there’s no part of our business or process we will hide from our customers. It means the products we make and sell will not be made based on the hardship of another family.
Woolly Bear strives to satisfy the modern lifestyle like no one else, so that people get the fashion they desire, the quality they deserve and the opportunity they want to make a change for a more sustainable world.
Woolly Bear is actively working with sustainability at all levels of the company, from interventions and guidelines on the overall level to individual employees’ actions in daily work.
Just as with our goal of influencing the market is the purpose of our local environmental work in different ways to contribute to a more sustainable society.
This is achieved through greater accountability for, and work with, to reduce the environmental impact of operations. The basis for the environmental work is applicable environmental legislation and the Environmental Protection Agency’s guidelines for environmental management. Through a systematic and consistent environmental work shows Woolly Bear credibility and long-term responsibility towards consumers, employees and the surrounding community.
Workspace Collective is a retail + design co-op offering a thoughtfully curated shopping experience to the community that inspires people to question the way things are made, while fostering a community where designers + customers can interact transparently.
Workspace Collective is a unique retail + design co-op dedicated to reinventing the boutique shopping experience within the community where customers and designers engage with, learn from and inspire each other. We are committed to curating a lifestyle shop filled with quality apparel, thoughtfully created accessories, and unique home goods, all produced with a sustainable ethos. The fashion and lifestyle products we carry are fair trade, socially driven, upcycled and organic. As an added value, our local designers host workshops, providing them an opportunity to share their design process.
Workspace Collective is both a product and service business, offering customers a retail experience, designer experience and workshop experience.
XANDRA JANE reconnects you with your clothing. Rebelling against fast fashion whilst bringing luxury, sustainable ready-to-wear to the modern day consumer.
Handmade & ecofriendly bags
Yabal is an ethical fashion line and Fair Trade social enterprise in Xela, Guatemala which promotes the centuries-old Mayan women's art-form of back-strap. We sell scarves, bags, toys, home products and other gifts and accessories for men and women.
At Yabal, all of the fabrics and textiles used in our accessories collections are handmade and artisanally woven. We offer the highest level of quality in both construction and design.
The heart of our business is the empowerment of rural indigenous women in Guatemala. We pay fair wages and re-invest all profits in social programs for their rural communities- such as educational scholarships, micro-credits, job-skills training, maternity leave pay for the artisans, and more.
We at Yabal are committed to full transparency and would love to share with you more information about our products and the artisans who make them.
Yemzi is a sustainable ready-to-wear fashion label, designed by Elizabeth Akingbade, with sports-luxe bohemian vibes. Shop the Black Label for high-street pieces or the Gold for high-end.
We redesign discarded denim back to new and wearable pieces, using no new fabrics. Our styles are designed to become an essential part of wardrobe and fit with multiple outfits
Yours Again believes that fashion can be harmless and desirable at the same time.
Denim is timeless in trends and it is a very durable textile. Therefore we strongly believe that good quality secondhand denim can easily be reused and moreover, upcycled into new, functional fashion pieces. We embrace the beauty and imperfection of reclaimed denim! Being a denim fashion brand, we feel it is our responsibility to put a lot of thought into the design and always think of easiest and most sustainable ways to produce it. We choose our suppliers very carefully and we keep a close and friendly contact with our production.
Sustainability is our priority, Denim is our language.
Clothes you'll love; inspired by yesterday, tailored for the modern era.
YSTR was founded to provide a better alternative to modern
fashion shopping. We create clothes using sustainable,
cut-to-order technologies to combat the industry’s
alarming level of fashion waste, which is Over 11 million
tons annually in the U.S. alone. All of our clothes are
responsibly made at our Downtown LA headquarters and
sold only at our online store, directly to you.
This isn’t a trend. This is the new standard.
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...
DENIM CREATIVE RECYCLING
¡Ánimo, valiente! is that denim garment forgotten in the back of a closet that exploded and redesigned defies the boundaries of time.
It’s that denim garment with its expressive capacity expanded through the art of sophisticated processing and recycling.
It’s that piece of denim you can’t bear to part with and we transform and renew.
It’s that denim garment that preserves the essence of fabric on a new design.
It’s the belief in the multiple lives of a denim which has not had enough with one.
It’s unique, original and personal.
It’s the union of between denim and design.
Old = Potentially transformable!
Have courage! - ¡Ánimo, valiente!