Discover sustainable and ethical brands from Finland, Norway as well as Sweden and shop from them right here on your slow & ethical marketplace. These cool and innovative Scandinavian eco-fashion brands are changing the industry in so many amazing ways through their incredible sustainable fashion offering. They repurpose ocean waste into beautiful activewear and swimwear, produce handbags made out of vegetables, and create job opportunities locally or in developing countries. So here are the top 5 sustainable Scandinavian fashion brands you need to know about whether you live in Scandinavia or not!
TAWAST is an ethical fashion brand founded by Milla Tawast. They use sustainable fabrics and ethical production that happens in our studio in Helsinki, Finland. TAWAST does not only offer seasonless slow fashion but also donates 5% of each sale to animal sanctuaries. They have personally visited these places and witnessed the amazing work they do to help animals in need.
Lilja the Label is a Finnish swimwear brand established in Turku in 2016. Our aim is to create high-quality bikinis that are available year-round with affordable prices, manufactured ethically mostly in Bali, Indonesia and made out of Econyl (recycled Ocean waste) in most of collection.
Launched in Sweden in 2019, they design swimsuits and bikinis made using ECONYL® regenerated nylon, a yarn made of abandoned fishing nets, fabric scraps & industrial plastic from landfills and oceans all over the world. The yarn is woven into a premium swimwear fabric which is soft and silky to the touch, and is used instead of virgin nylon which is normally made out of crude oil or coal.
1 People is a Danish sustainable luxury brand that designs effortlessly timeless looks for conscious-minded women so that they can stay stylish in an ethical, high-quality fashion. Minimalism is at the heart of 1 People and in our Danish DNA, that’s why all of our products are meticulously handcrafted by our artisans, offering simplicity and versatility, whilst providing a sustainable solution for women wanting more from their wardrobe.
After learning that traditional pantyhose are petroleum products planned for obsolescence, this brand started with the mission to change and influence the entire hosiery industry towards sustainable production overall. It uses a high proportion of eco-friendly materials including recycled materials (post-consumer waste).