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Sseko Designs is a fashion brand based in Uganda. In addition to handbags and accessories, we make beautiful leather sandals with interchangeable fabric straps that can be styled in hundreds of ways.
Sseko began as a way to generate income for high potential, talented young women to continue on to university. And it is working! Every woman who has graduated from Sseko is currently pursuing her college degree or has graduated from university and is on her way to making our world a more beautiful place. In addition to our university-bound team, Sseko also employs women from all walks of life. By creating an environment of dignity, honor and dedication, Sseko Designs provides the opportunity for women in East Africa to end the cycle of poverty and create a more equitable society. In addition to our sandals, accessories and straps that are all made in our workshop in Uganda, Sseko partners with existing artisan groups in East Africa to produce exquisitely crafted goods.
SFN is a presentation platform and network for designers who focus on sustainability and transparent production conditions and everybody else interested.
Sustainable Fashion Network is an international presentation platform and also a network for sustainable fashion design. On www.sustainable-fashion-network.com designers and their collections are presented together on one platform. Like this, it becomes way more easy for potential customers who want to buy sustainable pieces to find sustainable designers. On the other hand, the designers can reach a big amount of potential customers – a win-win situation for both sides.
In the category „Network“ on the website, everybody interested in sustainable fashion can exchange ideas, get tips, discuss or ask questions.
The idea for Sustainable Fashion Network developed during my studies of fashion journalism at AMD Berlin and was honored with the Social Responsibility Award.
Sustainable street style meets athleisurewear: Made in San Francisco for the love of people and Earth.
Classic designs for men and women that are ethically manufactured and give back.
The Edie Company specializes in classic designs for men and women. All products are manufactured in the United States to ensure that workers who sew Edie clothing are treated with dignity in the workplace. The company aims to source sustainable fabrics as often as possible and provide education on the benefits and importance of eco-fashion. For every purchase that is made, our company promises to donate a piece of uniform attire to a child in need.
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.
TO THE MARKET Survior-made goods economically empowers vulnerable women through artisan enterprise.
TO THE MARKET showcases handmade goods made exclusively by proud and passionate artisans who have overcome the perils of abuse, conflict, and disease. By assisting local partners around the world in bringing these goods “to the market,” we take an active role in equipping the survivors they employ with economic independence, while raising awareness of the challenges that they face.
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.
Clothing swap without the shop.
Custom created wardrobe by a professional stylist and shipped straight to your door. Your chosen stylist will build your wardrobe using our unlimited inventory of gently used items. Free shipping.
1. Take the stylist survey, press submit and receive a confirmation email with your shipping label.
2. Clean out your closet and place unwanted, gently used items in a USPS medium flat rate shipping box with your shipping label.
3. Once your personalized stylist receives your goods, we ship to your front door a new custom picked wardrobe.
Wildlife Works' objective is to advance economic and social solutions for communities where both wildlife survival and forest preservation is threatened.
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...