Discover sustainable and ethical brands from Africa and shop from them right here on your slow & ethical marketplace. These cool and innovative African eco-fashion brands are changing the industry in so many amazing ways. They repurpose plastic bags into beautiful recycled backpacks, produce fairly and sustainably in Africa and create job opportunities locally or in developing countries through their incredible sustainable fashion offering. So here are the top 3 sustainable African fashion brands you need to know about whether you live in Africa or not!
Delicates and intimates ethically handmade with "love, cheek and a lot of laughs" in Cape Town for our babes. The brand was founded, designed, and produced by Megan Miller, using local fabric suppliers in Cape Town. The brand has since reached Europe via Nic and Steff Fitzgerald, two Switzerland-based distributers.
Up-fuse is a fully-fledged Cairo-based cult brand and social enterprise created in celebration of You and this beautiful planet – Earth. In 2013 Up-fuse started with Yara and Rania’s passion for material exploration and a need to reuse the disposed plastic waste in Egypt.
CoralBloom is a family run business. We are passionate about connecting our customers to the rich biodiversity of South Africa using beautiful high quality functional art. CoralBloom designs beautiful homeware, stationery, face masks and other accessories made of pure cotton and hemp locally sourced in South Africa and printed with hand-drawn illustrations using eco-friendly water-based inks and energy saving equipment. Each item is lovingly hand-sewn by us in our Somerset West studio - South Africa - and made to last.