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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.
Socially responsible, forthright and sustainable active wear. We source 100% organic cotton, use eco friendly dyes and pay attention to every stitch to create breathable, comfortable and fun clothing.
Stretchery, an Organic Cotton Activewear brand crafting eco-friendly clothing for men and women, for them to naturally stretch in.
Produced in India, our designs are visually inspired by everyday workouts, embellished in soft and breathable organic cotton making it ideal for pre & post workout.
Aiming to make fashion meet fitness with a conscience, our collections are universal & perfect all year long. Here's a brief about our collections-
Once is Not Enough- was inspired from workout figurines to suggest that to gain your goals you need to repeat and redo.
Tally to Trim- our new collection is inspired by tally marks. Counts are a very essential part of any form of activity, workout or fitness regime. We have visually played with the tally mark elements and created a line.
The factory that manufactures the Stretchery line supports Fair Trade as validated and certified by FTO and bearing witness to their commitment there is: financial and economical support of small organic farmers, fair labor practices within the GOTS certified production chain.
studio JUX = Design + Eco + Fair
Conscious & sustainable brand
Our creative space is itinerant, we travel to create the essence of Suite 13, aware of the visible and the invisible that it is hidden in every detail.
We create sensitive collections with natural fabrics.
The line "heaven lab" organic comfort wear by Suite 13, is made entirely of organic cotton (GOTS) certified. We believe in a change and work to create it.
The line "Suite 13" is produced in small workshops aware in the work ethic and proximity.
Suspiro Taller is a fair-trade design workshop based in Ecuador. We use natural fibers, natural dyes and traditional weaving techniques.
Suspiro Taller blends traditional weaving techniques with modern design. We work with artisans from Ecuador to create textiles and bags using natural materials and traditional crafting techniques.
Suspiro Taller works in the development and improvement of the hand-made and sustainable textiles practices of the artisans in the Andean region of Cotopaxi where these practices are disappearing.
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.
SustainU is an apparel company/brand that uses 100% recycled fabrics that are manufactured in the USA.
SustainU was started by ordinary people looking to make a more authentic and honest garment. Starting with great fitting tees and hoodies, SustainU’s clothing will always stay true to its hometown roots, with new timeless, basic styles that transcend fads and can be worn for years. We all understand the importance of conserving our limited resources. SustainU is a pioneer in recycled fabrics, using postindustrial cottons and postconsumer polyester to make its incredibly comfortable and durable fabrics. These innovations enable SustainU to save millions of gallons of water, petroleum, agrochemicals and CO2 emissions. For generations, “Made in America” has been synonymous with quality craftsmanship and products that endure.
SVEEKERY stands for elegant tailored business, evening and casual fashion made of high quality, sustainable and certified materials such as organic wool, organic cotton, peace silk, organic linen and organic hemp – made in Germany.
SVEEKERY is a premium brand for sophisticated, self-confident, responsible women who have a penchant for high-quality products. Our customer can find classic, elegant and timeless styles for work and after work occasions.
The design, manufacturing and decision making process always follows social, environmental and animal friendly standards to make a positive contribution and a change in the fashion industry.
The basic women suits collection includes blazers, trousers, skirts and dresses in grey, black and dark blue colours and is independent from seasons. Seasonally there will be some new styles, in new colours and new fabrics to combine them with the suits or wear them independently.
Customers can also get customized clothing or styles in vegan.
Tengri knitwear is designed and made in the UK, using Mongolian yak wool. We are a collective movement where design, fashion, ethics, business, environmental activism and individual consumer choice come together and do good.
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.
tonlé is a zero-waste, fair fashion company.
tonlé is one of the world’s first completely zero-waste fashion brands. We design and make comfortable, wearable clothing that is as original and beautiful as the people who make it. We adhere to principals of transparency, fairness, and waste reduction in everything we do, from the big stuff like wages, down to the little things like the materials in our buttons.
An ethical jewelry brand empowering the lives of at-risk youth in India. Proudly nonprofit.
Tribe of Lambs is an ethical jewelry brand committed creating a brighter future for HIV positive children in India. Our vision is to create a Tribe of likeminded shoppers, contributors and communities. We value all those impacted by the work of Tribe of Lambs, both beneficiaries and contributors. Our quality products as a vehicle for social change. Everything we do is out of love.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.