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Womens' Apparel Line based in Los Angeles
We believe in a less is more philosophy. Creating our collections locally, we are able to manage quality with a hyper focus. Our design aesthetic is clean and modern and we are constantly pushing ourselves to be more progressive through our design and practices. Having a small environmental footprint is an integral part of our brand ethos.
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!
EcoBling upcycled waste into beautiful modern accessories and we plant a tree for each piece sold. Handmade in the Noosa Hinterlands of Queensland, Australia. Men's, women's and unisex accessories available online and wholesale.
We upcycle waste into stunning accessories for retail, red carpet and runway. Eco fashion has never looked so good. It is stylish and sustainable and celebrates the creativity, uniqueness and beauty that makes you, you.
Our goal is to partner with not for profit organisation to create a healthier and happier world through the sales of our eco friendly jewellery, bags, belts and other items.
We make comfortable & colorful clothing & accessories for women & children made entirely from upcycled, recycled, post consumer fabric (i.e. lots of cotton t-shirts, button down shirts, & cashmere sweaters)
We are crazy about recycling at Elisabethan. Since 1996, we've been committed to making exceptional garments & goodies from all the post-consumer fabric we can get our eager little mitts on. Using laundered second-hand clothing as out "yardage", we hand cut each piece using our original patterns, then combine & construct them (with obsessive attention to color and fit) into one-of-a-kind tops, skirts, dresses & accessories. It's new, not more. Made in Colorado, USA.
Elvis & Kresse have been reclaiming heroic materials ever since we fell in love with London Fire Brigade's decommissioned fire-hose.
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.
An online Eco luxury boutique
Handmade organic clothing - all natural fibres and botanical dyes created in small batches.
Handmade clothing - organic, small batches, natural fibres such as hemp, linen, bamboo and silk. Made in Oxford, England.
A place where you can find and buy clothes from designers and manufactures who operate an ethical business
Our approach is summed up by the phrase "People see what you wear, what would they say if they saw where it came from?". This drives Ethically Clothed to ensure our suppliers are work in an ethical way and have a real drive to ensure they continue to work in this way.
The main focus for each designer is different as they bring their own experiences and cultures to their products. This has resulted in our designers using vintage material in a carbon neutral methodology, designers using entirely vegan materials and designers who ensure all their materials have no negative effect on the environment.
At present we stock items from Anne Wiggins, James & Co, Kinche, La Fille Colette, Makani, and Ultra Tee. We are always interested in hearing from people who like to be stocked by us.
Shopping for ethical clothing in Australia is easier now with Fairtees. We source the best in fair, organic and eco clothing for everyday wear.
All of our clothing is fairly traded and made from organic cotton or other eco-friendly fabrics, because it's important to us at Fairtees that fashion is sustainable - that the clothing we wear is eco-friendly and ethical. We like to be easy on the earth, easy on each other...and of course, easy on the eye! With our casual and comfortable clothing, the inner hippie can remain hidden in you as you wear your comfortable everyday eco and fair trade clothes from Fairtees!
Ethical fashion accessories from Nicaragua.
Fibre Athletics sells stylish, versatile wear for men and women designed to fit, adapt, and perform to your active lifestyle needs.
Fibre Athletics designs for the creatively active. Guided by our honest instincts, we produce apparel transitioning you through life’s range of possibilities. Influenced by art, driven by hardworking people, and obsessed with wild beauty, we seek the raw, the real, and the most out of everything we do. We develop clothing that fits, functions, and performs while considering the factors connecting all of us. We choose materials yielding less harmful impact on the environment, move forward through conscious innovation, work with companies whose values align with ours, and collaborate with driven individuals. We do this because you deserve to be backed by a company that supports your adventure and aligns with your values.
Manufacturing ethical, sustainable & modern bedding and apparel.
FreeHous Apparel & Bedding is a fairly new company. We produce bedding and apparel that is made from 100% Organic Cotton. We are a Fair Trade company. Right now, we are waiting for our first line - Crib Sheets, Baby & Swaddle Blankets that feature custom, unique and gender-neutral prints of Endangered Species. We will donate 2% of the proceeds to the World Wildlife Fund-Canada.
Ecological and ethical high-end garment brand for women that teaches consumers how to reduce their ecological and ethical footprint through videos
Gaia & Dubos creates and produces ecological and ethical high-end garments for women. Every product is crafted with high attention to detail and customers' needs.
It also offers education about sustainable fashion through its blog, where videos are regularly posted in order to help people reduce their ecological and social footprint.
Online ethical fashion store stocking the very best ethical and sustainable designers from around the world.
Gather&See offers sustainably conscious, fashion savvy women the chance to shop the very best ethical and sustainable brands in one place online. Our carefully curated selection allows customers to shop beautiful pieces that are made by designers who protect both people and planet. Gather&See is based around 5 core Philosophies - Organic, Fair Trade, Eco-Friendly, Small Scale Production and Heritage. Each of our brands must fit into at least two of these criteria. We believe in the enormous power that fashion has to do good in the world. Through Gather&See our customers can feel confident that they are joining a positive force for change, whilst at the same time shopping pieces they will treasure.
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.
Ethical, sustainable fashion designed with consideration for workers, the planet, and consumers.
Good Cloth specializes in ethical fashion—clothing, accessories, and home goods—that are designed with consideration for workers, the planet, and consumers. The shop curates products that are made with ethically-sourced materials and have a transparent supply chain. Style, workers' rights, and the environment are the heart of Good Cloth. The company includes product journeys for each item, so that consumers can read how products are made, from beginning to end. How clothing is made shouldn't be a mystery.
Groovy Globe is a line of eco-friendly men's and women's t-shirts and tote bags created to raise money for non-profit environmental organizations.
GROOVY GLOBE is a line of 100% organic apparel and recycled cotton tote bags created to generate funds for organizations whose sole purpose is to help improve the environment and preserve our planet’s natural resources.
Our line consists of our men’s and women’s logo t-shirts which are made of 100% organic cotton and our Statement Tees: PROTECT (the planet), RENEW (your world) and SUSTAIN (natural resources) which are made of 50% organic cotton and 50% RPET (made from plastic bottles) and are made in the USA. Our canvas totes are 100% recycled cotton. GROOVY GLOBE gives back by donating 10% of its sales from each product sold to our partners, Trees for the Future and Global Green USA.
H Fredriksson is a collection designed with a modern, artistic and sustainable conscious purpose
The overall mood of the line is one of time and timelessness, yet the details, silhouettes and design breathe modern contemporary culture. Thru balancing tailored garments with oversized and loosely draped pieces she creates a juxtaposition that is the core of the H Fredriksson aesthetic. With a sense of past and present, the designer’s belief in traditional craft as well as in a future of new sustainable fabric technologies is marked in the mindful fabric choices of the collection. The collection is manufactured ethically in New York City using sustainable fabrics and production methods.
Rwanda-based Ethical fashion brand
A women-owned ethical fashion brand based in Rwanda that works with over 160 artisans around the country to bring their designs to life.
Haute baso empowers them through training, mentoring and employment. Two-third of the artisans haute baso works with are women, because they strongly believe that to empower a woman is to empower her community.
Haute baso designs clothing, accessories, jewelry and home decor pieces. They mix traditional aesthetics with modern functionality, developing products that are locally inspired but have a global appeal.
Haute baso is a brand that believes in working with fellow designers to support the local industry and highlight Rwanda's talent. The co-founders have initiated some of the coolest Made-In-Rwanda collaboration.
Sustainable fashion with an edge, created for people who put their heart into what they wear.
Inspired by a combined love of design, art, and fashion, Henrica Langh creates ready-to-wear statement pieces and art projects by combining fashion design and artistic expression.
All ready-to-wear collections are designed and produced with respect for the surrounding world without compromising design and style. Sustainability is incorporated in the process of each garment from start to finish, down to the smallest details. The clothes are designed to be mortal, meaning that when they eventually reach the end of their life cycle they are easy to take apart so all components can be recycled, reused, or disposed of with minimal harm to the environment.