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Cruelty-free women's contemporary luxury
Abandon limits, abandon convention- embrace your own beauty...Style isn't worn, it is embodied. A garment is only fashion forward when the right girl makes it her own. The only woman you can be is yourself. All of our lavish contemporary garments are proudly made in the U.S.A. using premium, luxurious cruelty-free textiles.
Making sustainable jewelry & accessories since 2004. Handmade with love in Bk.
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.
Childrenswear created to be extra soft, functional, washable, fun, and ready for whatever adventure life provides!
Eddy & Scout is a mom-owned, kid-inspired childrenswear line that seeks to serve especially the most fussy of kids. Every piece is handmade in small batches, and special attention to details is paid. Skirts have pockets (our "Penelope Pocket skirts"), pants extend in length to grow with your child ("flourish" leggings and extendable inseam "too soft to be jeans"), Hoodies have kangaroo pockets and thumbholes ("Adventure hoodies"). All pieces are made of the softest fabrics available, sourced in the USA as much as possible, and made ethically here in California (most all of them right in our studio in Mission Viejo!!). Each piece is designed to last a full 2 sizes/years, also giving parents a longer lasting garment! EVERYTHING is machine washable and dryable too, because we *get* that yo
Eenvoud is a minimalist + sustainably conscious womenswear label made in New York.
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.
ERIKA SCHRIEBER is an American brand with a vision of creating bold wardrobe staples with an elevated aesthetic that are proudly handcrafted in the United States. With restrained color palettes and sexy yet understated silhouettes, the collections are inspired by urban dwellers who dress for versatility, durability, and longevity.
Ethica is an online retailer where you can learn about ethical fashion, discover emerging designers, and shop a high-style selection of ethical and sustainable labels.
Made in Los Angeles, we design quality tees with a blend of hand woven fabrics from Guinea, West Africa. 10% of each purchase goes to support young girls education, at the Primary school of Kassa, working closely with One Girl At A Time Foundation.
Established in 2014, Fatim Bahh clothing line produce contemporary, high- quality women’s t-shirts in beautiful and comfortable designs blended with handmade African fabric accents. whereby 10% of proceeds to go to make education accessible to many young girls.
Working with local women artisans in Guinea to produce our handwoven fabrics help create a positive impact to the local economies (the economies of Fatim’s homes) and employing local Los Angeles seamstress helps Fatim giveback to a country that provided her an education.
10% of profits from the sale of Fatim Bahh clothing line are transferred to the One Girl At A Time foundation that pays school fees so young girls, At the Primary School of Kassa, Guinea can obtain the same education as boys.
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.
We're designed to be outside.
Honest Workwear for Women
We value hard work, and that means respect for the people who make Gamine workwear. We are proud to work with the finest American textile companies, seamstresses, and independent businesses to bring you our ever-evolving line of workwear for women. Our signature American selvage dungarees are made with raw denim of the highest quality from Cone Denim's White Oak Mill, and made by hand on antique sewing machines here in the United States.
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.
Clothing with Conscience
GreenLinebyK is a small clothing company located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Our mission is to deliver quality handmade garments that are kind to our earth and, in many cases, give back. Each of our pieces is lovingly cut and made by hand - one piece at a time. We strive to use only sustainable, natural and organic fibers. All pieces are made by local craftspeople and we source all of our fabrics from suppliers who share our principals and ethics.
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.
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.
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.
Proudly Made in the USA since 1977
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.
Women's social wear with a social conscious.
Rooted in a childhood dream and whispered to awaken the creativity…Hopeless + Cause Atelier was realized in 2015.
I’m a HOPELESS fanatic of fashion. I’m a HOPELESS believer that everything happens for a reason and you should use it to drive or inspire you. And, because I’m human, I feel HOPELESS at times so I give others hope to be who they are meant to be. Life is filled with CAUSE & effect. What if there was a fashion line that supported: livable wages, eco-friendly & social-economic practices, and gave back? Now wouldn’t that be a CAUSE to get behind…and just think of that effect. Hopeless + Cause Atelier creates bespoke fashion for woman who want to have an impact.
Innovation, Eco and High Design define the in2green mission. We are continuously creating new ways to locally up-cycle materials into eco products that have minimal environmental impact, but make a strong visual statement.
In 2008, before green was the new black, we decided we not only wanted to live greener but we actually wanted to contribute to a different way of life. Almost a decade later, we are a small team of women, sharing a vision of work and family. We collaborate with local designers and knitters, and use recycled and organic cotton yarns to make classic yet modern and sustainable products, all made in the U.S.A.