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Natural Non-Violence Silk Scarves
cocccon – creativity can care is an Indo-German non violence silk (Ahimsa) project from Jharkhand India. We produce natural 100% silk without using any chemicals.
About the Designer:
George Andreas is an International Design & Brand Consultant based in Berlin and Bangalore. Since 2009 he visits india periodically for an intercultural design exchange. He writes for european fashion magazines about the indian fashion industry and visits the main fashion weeks in Mumbai and Delhi.
About the Collection:
This scarf collection is based upon his colourful experience in india... He is studying rangolis / mandalas and in this project he combine it with his photowork. Since long time he is fascinated from the colors of india and catch it with his lense.
Connecting women artisans around the world with a market for their fair trade, handmade products.
Global Goods Partners (GGP) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering women to achieve economic security, education and health care for themselves and their families. Employing the model of Fair Trade as the engine of change, GGP supports women-led community based organizations in marginalized regions in Asia, Africa, and the Americas by providing grants and technical assistance, and securing access to markets in the US for the handcrafted products they produce. GGP promotes social responsibility and conscious consumerism by providing extensive online information about its partners, their products and the countries where they work.
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.
Grove & Bay is a style-first sustainable clothing retailer. We make it easy for consumers to find beautiful, affordable, sustainable brands, as well as discover new ones, all in one online store.
We're bringing together some of the best brands in the world to make shopping for sustainable clothes easier and more affordable. We've researched 1,200+ so you can shop with confidence knowing that we've done the homework for you. Since buying sustainably shouldn't costs a fortune, we've worked hard to have everything in our first collection be between $12 - $120.
We carry casual clothes for men and women.
GUNAS is America's first 100% vegan handbag brand
GUNAS is an independent high fashion label with a cause! Started in 2009 by designer and animal lover, Sugandh G. Agrawal. GUNAS's heart and soul screams to be the voice of animals. With an award winning design and business background, Sugandh quit her 7-year corporate career as an Industrial designer at KitchenAid to start her own company of cruelty-free fashion in New York. Her mission is strong and clear. Animals are NOT meant to be a part of fashion. We can look and feel good without harming other living beings.
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.
Ethical fashion that's dope.
Ethical and Sustainable belt bags. Made in Los Angeles.
Sustainable, child labor free certified apparel brand.
Known as “A Brand for All Seasons,” HOPE strives to create ethical essentials for both men and women. A collaboration of artisans and designers from around the world, we are a brand for the global community. HOPE rejects fast-fashion trends that damage our environment, releasing collections only once or twice a year. No spring catalogs, no fall blowouts. Just classic, quality pieces that never go out of style.
We truly believe that the first step in transforming a wardrobe into one that reflects ethical consumption is to replace the essentials. Our premium, organic and eco-friendly basic items make the perfect building block for a transparent closet.
Spanish bags brand with sustainable filosophy, local manufactute, handmade. We use recycled materials and cromium free leathers.
Imagine Goods partners with vulnerable and marginalized people around the world to make products that, in many cases, give them the first fair wages they've ever received. We make goods that are stylish, ethically made, and fairly priced.
We are Aiyana Ehrman and Michelle Kime—two ordinary women seeing extraordinary things. We are Imagine Goods, and we are creating products that care for the human race—giving opportunity for individuals to care for their children, families, and health. . . so that a new generation has a fighting chance to break the cycle of poverty.
We partner with workshops in Cambodia, Haiti, and the U.S. that are run by non-profits with the express purpose of finding marginalized or vulnerable people—many of whom are survivors of human trafficking—training them in a skill, and empowering them with work. This employment is both trafficking prevention as well as survivor care.
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).
Sustainable Fashion Doesn't Have to be Boring!
We are a New & Exclusive Independent Fashion Company that specialise in Sustainable Fashion, proving that Sustainable doesn't have to be boring, stocking Men's & Women's Clothing as well as a host of Accessories!
At Innerstand, we have realised that what you spend your hard earned cash on really can make a difference in the world. Every time you spend £1 you are voting for the world that YOU want to see.
We have ensured that our supply chain is totally ethical and use mainly Organic Cotton, Recycled Polyester & Tencel to ensure that you have a clear conscience when shopping with us.
We keep our quality Premium while keeping our prices reasonable by not being greedy - we want as many people to have access to Sustainable Fashion as possible!
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.
Made in the USA from RECYCLED materials. 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Juta Shoes are ethical & environmental espadrilles - handmade in London from reclaimed leather by marginalised women, providing supported and sustainable employment and opportunities.
Juta Shoes is a social enterprise supporting women in London who face a number of barriers to work. We create handmade espadrilles from reclaimed leather offcuts and environmentally-friendly jute soles. All our profits go towards providing sustainable and supported employment and opportunities for the women we work with. We sell leather and vegan leather shoes, sandals and slippers.
Handmade ecofriendly bags in jute making the world look better! Creating sustainable jobs in Bangladesh and donating part of each sale to local charity projects.
All Juuty bags are made by hand with proud under safe conditions in Bangladesh. Our factories work together with the CBI (part of the ministry of foreign affairs). Our employees will be assured of a positive working environment, in equality under good conditions which include holidays and weekends.
Juuty takes great responsibility in the wellbeing of its employees and to conduct busiess in a responsible sustainable manner. We do regular audits, talk to our employees and organize trainings to educate our people about sustainable product development.
We see it as our mission to educate the people from Bangladesh and employ them with the goal to establish better living conditions for them and their families. We want to ensure their children are able to go to school and their family has the resources to eat three times a day.
Handmade boots, bags, and accessories working closely with weavers, embroiders, leathersmiths and silversmith in Guatemala.
Our mission is to create unique handmade leather products that combine repurposed materials and new handwoven textiles, bringing tradition-filled designs to the global clientele. We are committed to sustainability and dedicated to empowering traditional weavers and artisans through our local partnerships.
Phone number in Guatemala: 502-5328-3576
Kámen Road is a travel and work bag line committed to all natural fabrics and made on the West Coast of the United States.
Carry What You Love is our motto. Our vision is to create travel and work bags so that we can live and travel unencumbered by stuff and when we do, we will see more, connect more, and realize the fine and powerful balance between consuming goods and protecting the earth. Kámen Road designs strive for the highest quality and the perfect size and function to eliminate the need for much. Instead, we strive for multiple purpose designs made in natural fabrics that last the longest and age in the most beautiful way. We are a limited edition collection that is proud of the absolute quality and ethics of our process and partners.
Luxury lifestyle goods that are eco-responsible, craftsman produced, and ethically manufactured.
Ethically sourced, organic, natural and eco fibre fashion since 1988.
Ethical fashion pioneers Komodo create unique, on trend fashion using the finest quality organic, natural and innovative eco fibres. They seek to provide an affordable alternative to the culture of fast fashion by balancing timeless style with sustainability. Producing seasonal mens and womenswear collections with respect for both people and planet.
Joe Komodo says.. "It's a privilege of our civilization to dress up in comfort and style, but it's also the responsibility of todays fashion designers to make that style fairly and sustainable for those who work on it - otherwise, you can only pretend it's cool !"
Premium, design-minded yoga goods for men. Sustainability x open book business w/o the retail mark up. A Certified B|Corp, we give 5% of sales to yoga healing projects.
Kozm is a direct-to-consumer men's yoga brand, inspired by design, sustainability, wellness, surfing, skateboarding, music and art. Launched by veterans of the lifestyle brand, Volcom, the brand was created to fill a void in the men's yoga market, while striving to add value to the world, hopefully inspiring others to run their business with the triple bottom line as a priority as well.
Kozm goods are meant for before, during and after yoga, and ALL contain a deep sustainability story. Understanding the the highest impacts in the apparel supply chain reside furthest back in the process, we use Recover yarns (upcycled cotton/recycled poly), hemp, organic cotton, and repurposed items; for our first capsule - nothing else.
Our goods are Made Fair With Care in Los Angeles, or New Jersey.