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New York, United States

At Everlane, we want the right choice to be as easy as putting on a great T-shirt. That’s why we partner with the best, ethical factories around the world. Source only the finest materials. And share those stories with you—down to the true cost of every timeless product we make. It’s a new way of doing things. We call it Radical Transparency.


Düsseldorf, Germany

Ethically handcrafted sustainable leather huaraches that blend Mexican tradition with modern fashion while making a social impact. Their leather is a locally sourced by-product produced by nearby wide open ranches in Michoacán. The leather is tanned using the traditional 200 year old vegetable tanning method, which doesn’t use any toxic or harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde or chrome.


Açores, Portugal

Natural simplicity in ethically crafted garments with high quality natural fibres. At Francis Stories we work each day to create garments that our customers can wear for years, both by designing thoughtful and aesthetically impecable pieces that do not lose relevance with the turn of a season, and by investing in the highest quality natural materials and most skilled workers to create garments that endure through time.


Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Coconut Matter is an ethically made beauty social and eco enterprise on a misison to reduce the plastic waste in our bathroom. Natural vegan deodorant that actually works and promotes well being! You should know that we are using COSMOS standard as the guiding principle that rules the selection of each of our ingredients. This can ensure they have no known harming effects on humans - no nasties, no naughties. And that the ingredients are truly sustainable and biodegradable.


Kobenhaven, Denmark

Redefining Women's underwear, activewear and everyday women’s essentials - Organic Basics makes everyday essentials in organic cotton and recycled materials. This Scandinavian label promotes cosiness, comfortability and feelings of wellness and contentment all with one mission: better made basics. Organic Basics recently made headlines in the UK after introducing a new range of basics – Silvertech Active –underwear and activewear that kills 99 per cent of bacteria while wearing which means you can go weeks without having to wash your underwear.


Berlin, Germany

Eco-conscious stationary design studio - Whether you’re looking for elegant wedding stationery for your wedding, a cute baby announcement card or beautiful every-day greeting cards or stationery at Vicky Di Studio you will find products designed with a heart for sustainability. My paper products are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper and using green electricity. Compared to a ton of virgin wood pulp paper, my pages use 63% less energy, 82% less solid waste and 58% less water!


Paris, France

ELEPHAS sources exceptional natural quality skincare ingredients straight from areas in Africa where their cultivation, harvesting and processing only has a positive impact on local communities, habitat and wildlife. All of their products are cruelty-free, palm-free and plastic-free. Invest in a little piece of Africa, right in the heart of your bathroom.


Bogota, Colombia

Lina Osorio’s hats and headpieces are exclusive designs handmade in collaboration with different artisans communities from around Colombia: Huila, Tolima and Putumayo amongst others using high quality materials. Her love and passion comes from creating one-of-a-kind pieces with a variety of style that works for both man or woman.


Quito, Ecuador

Agua Studio is a ceramic jewelry brand founded by the Ecuadorian designer Nicole, handcrafting beautifully fragil ceramic pieces in Ecuador that will live forever. Innovation being the key factor alongside aesthetic, Agua brings unexpected shapes with smart details, functionality and a luxurius feel. These are pieces that are not found elsewhere, worked conceptually and that have a clear traceability.


London, United Kingdom

At MAHI we aim to make beautiful handmade pieces that can be added to your wardrobe and worn forever. We use only high-quality sustainable/recycled fabrics for all of our products. All of our designs inspired by the minimalistic aesthetic. We want you to treasure each piece as much as the memories you make wearing it. Everything used to run our company, from paper to packaging is made from 100% sustainable materials. Join MAHI and support the slow fashion movement!


Guayaquil, Ecuador

Shicato founder and creative director Shirley Gutierrez created her accessories brand with a mission: to support the creativity, the originality and the passion of her fellow Ecuadorians by preserving their traditions through her company. Shicato employs and empowers female artisans from Ecuador, providing them with additional income at a fair price. The brand also uses eco-friendly and sustainable materials, therefore protecting the local environment as well.


Bali, Indonesia

l u • c i e e offers a range of minimal products for the authentic urban woman. Inspired by the urban environment, and the laid-back offerings of the Island of Gods, Bali - our hub for creation, we carefully design our collection with a desire for good quality essentials for the simplified wardrobe. We innovate from thread to finish, and with a short supply chain we strive to create as little environmental impact as possible. l u • c i e e is operating at the grassroots level, providing livelihoods to a small group of strong women, their families and communities.


London, United Kingdom

The two founders Sabrina and Sofia want to associate sustainable clothing with uniqueness, quality, elegance and femininity. They ethically produce their beautiful Alpaca coats in Peru - an innovative and growing eco-fashion era. The manufacture not only respects workers' legal rights but also provide them with free medical services, legal advice, student grants for workers' kids, a cooperative shop where workers can buy essential products on credit and many social events. Discover all the unique advantages of Alpaca wool!


Munich, Germany

A slow fashion label full of Australian and LA vibes dedicated to minimalism design and pastel shades, never at the expense of cool girl ease. Simple basics with a soft and organic feel. With carefully selected materials they pay homage to natural and minimalist beauty. Ethically made. All pieces that make you feel beautiful from within. Supreme in quality and produced in limited quantities. Priced without retail margins. Designed in Germany. Made in Portugal, near Porto.


Paris, France

Founded in 2018, by Kassim Lassissi, Allëdjo is a unisex clothing line made in Africa - designed and produced in Dakar, Senegal. Allëdjo aims to give visibility to African craftsmanship, delivering the highest quality of products, developing the textile production industry on the continent by offering long-term job opportunities and to celebrate cultures around the globe.


Warsaw, Poland

Launched in 2018 by Ewa Sieniawska, Hers Wave is a collection of beautiful handmade wicker bags and baskets, combining natural and raw materials with timeless design. The perfect accessories for summer getaways and beach time in South of Europe, ethically handmade by local artisans in Poland.


Paris, France

Prior textile designer in the luxury ready-to-wear segment at the Louis Vuitton creation studio Céline Gaiardo creates exceptional interior pieces. Based in Paris, Coutume studio designs interior decoration items together with artisan communities based in Guatemala and Mexico, working with natural dyeing techniques and without any machine. Their collections are handmade and at a fair price, respecting ancestral know-how.


Bogota, Colombia

Toque de Luna is a Colombian brand with a strong social purpose, empowering artisans and traditions. They are strongly committed to improve the quality of life of many people living in extreme poverty conditions in Colombia, helping to avoid many entering the crime or drug scene. Their timeless beachwear and bag line are socially conscious handmade by Colombian artisans. Their designs are truly unique and eye catching. Reused materials are part of their art.


Sydney, Australia

Creating luxurious non-leather vegan accessories by up-cycling materials such as Pinatex - the leaves of the pineapple plant, thus filling a current gap in the market for mainstream. And as if all of this wasn’t enough, for every sale they make, they donate $5.00 to a local Australian charity – for now they’re supporting GhostNets Australia, whose mission is to get rid of marine debris. For shipping services, they use Sendle who are Australia's first 100% carbon neutral delivery service and a certified B Corporation.


Helsinki, Finland

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.


Zurich, Switzerland

Discover chunky knitwear with an effortless elegance - handmade in Switzerland. Moving regularly to other countries, Liesbeth wanted to find a job that she could take with her. She did quite some research on finding premium quality material, 100% soft Peruvian Highland wool is used to create her line of elegant knitwear. The animals are shorn - no mulesing involved. The yarns tops are then dyed using low impact dyes certified by both REACH and Oeko Tex.


Seoul, South Korea

Timeless & trans-seasonal: Moran is a mix of Jinis culture with the city influence from her childhood spent living in Korea and the coastal lifestyle she enjoyed during her 20s living in Australia. Moran aims to lessen its impact on this earth by using plant-based natural fibre. Also they are pushing for zero plastic by using cotton bags for packing and paper craft bags for the delivery.


Miami, United States

100% organic cotton is as good for you as it is for the earth. None of their 100% organic cotton t-shirts have GMOs or harmful pesticides. No allergens. No child labor. No harsh dyes. Stylish and sustainable. Plain and simple. Super soft luxury t shirts designed to flatter. Lightweight, breathable, and ultra durable. Hand- crafted and embroidered by fair trade workers.


San Jacinto, Colombia

Teiruma stands out by offering a unique stylish, modern and premium take on the traditional Wayuu handbags. Supporting the Wayuu craftswomen of San Jacinto, Teiruma has also founded the Fundación Corazón de Papel (Paper Heart Foundation), donating solar panels to the Rancherias so that the Wayuus can have energy in their homes for the first time.


Lausanne, Switzerland

AVANI combines timeless design, ecology and ethics to offer unique, responsible clothes without compromise. All their clothes are sustainable and socially responsible produced using organic and eco-friendly materials in order to preserve our planet for next generations. Full traceability is guaranteed for all their styles. All of our creations have been designed within a radius of 280 km, between Vevey (Switzerland) and Beaurepaire (France).


Sydney, Australia

O M N E S S is a creative space housing a collection of ethically made clothing by Indonesian Artisans. We are an independently run label, designed on the coast of Sydney, Australia by Textile Print Designer Jules Gonski and are hand made slowly underneath the Balinese sun. Our clothes exude an ode to minimalism from natural fibres, and each piece helps support our local Balinese family, while too are earth friendly.


San Jose, Costa Rica

Designed and owned by two best friends, Jessica and Alexandra, this Costa Rican based fair trade Swimwear label offers a unique combination of vintage tones combined with fun prints to represent their lifestyle in Central America. Jungle Sol uses little to no waste as possible and uses recycled Repreve fabric. Get inspired by tropical beaches right now!


New South Wales, Australia

Aysa Shoes is proudly crafted from all cruelty free man-made materials and manufactured in strictly ethical workmanship conditions. As of March 2019 AYSA also proudly donates to the Humane Society International - the largest international charity working for a more humane and sustainable world for animals.


Auckland, New Zealand

Designed between Melbourne and New Zealand and lovingly produced by a handful of artisans on the island of Bali, La Luna Rose's sustainable jewellery line are made from 99% recycled silver in a closed loop production. La Luna Rose has pledged to donate 1% of our annual sales to two charities very close to our heart and home, Bali and New Zealand.


Queensland, Australia

One brand, two sisters - the Australian based label Langdon LTD offers ethically handmade collections of handwoven textiles for you and your home. All of their goods are hand woven by artisans in Rajasthan, India using traditional techniques and the finest materials and metallic threads.


Sydney, Australia

Sparkle guilt free - for the modern bohemian, the dreamers and wild at heart! The Glitter Tribe's glitter are made from plants and not plastic - it is 100% biodegradable and can be used over and over again! Perfect for events, festivals & everyday fun.


New York, United States

Arielle is a sustainable apparel label committed to organic, recycled and zero-waste fabrics, local manufacturing, fair-trade operations and plastic-free production. Her collections are made with responsibility in NYC and include milk fabrics! Raise awareness about the plastic problem with a cheeky statement tee, printed with water-based ink (opposed to most commonly used Plastisol)!


Byron Bay, Australia

The founder and Byron Bay local Mafalda runs a small fair-trade manufacturing workshop in Goa, where the company produces its limited ranges of handcrafted garments. Each piece is created from hand-loomed and hand-woven raw silks and cotton. The prints and patterns are created with wooden blocks and natural dyes.


Bali, Indonesia

Discover Boutique was born with a unique traveling soul, providing a stunning effortless style. The brand focuses on new ways of using sustainable fabrics and natural dying techniques without compromising style. Each garment is designed in Barcelona and ethically sourced and produced in Bali, Indonesia.


Bali, Indonesia & Biarritz, France

The French ethical & eco friendly label incorporates the Indonesian Batik in modern summer clothes. Their mission includes zero waste, less plastic, less pollution, digital printing, less waste, 100% natural fabrics and much more. Their lovely products are sold in traditional Balinese boxes, making it perfect as a gift.


Los Angeles, United States

Nightswim is a Latina-owned sustainable fashion brand focused on producing high-quality beachwear that minimize fashion's harm to the planet. As a result of two years of research, Nightswim created its own terry fabric, composed of organic cotton and recycled polyester to incorporate in their slow-fashion debut collection, Nocturna.


Nahuizalco, El Salvador

Alma Weaving creates iconic woven leather bucket bags, made out of 100% recyclable plastic thread and combined with a removable genuine leather pouch. The brand supports skilled local artisans from Nahuizalco, a small town in El Salvador. The woven technique has been passed down through generations.


Les Vans, France

Common Texture - founded by three women - is a slow fashion boutique who works with artisans around the globe and celebrates their master skills. Their collections varies from woven banana fiber bags to upcycled yoga mat bags, integrating so many concepts at once: eco-materials, long lifecycle, zero-waste, up-cycling, fair trade and handcrafting.


Guajira, Colombia

Washein was founded by Claudia - Nazareth's hospital director. Her aim is to introduce people around the world with the most beautiful crafts from the native Wayúu tribe of Colombia. Washein offers straw hats and bags which are carefully handwoven by Wayúu artisans in Colombia.


Sydney, Australia

Originally from New York, Andrea Madelina - a former graphic designer & the founder of Open Objects - creates her ceramics in a small studio located in Sydney. Each object is handcrafted and vary slightly, creating a unique quality. Objects range from everyday tableware to planters.


Los Angeles, United States

The Los Angeles based brand utilises new materials and manufacturing techniques to invent new design languages within the jewelry industry. Cotton is used as the the raw material, resulting in a 100% eco friendly production process.


Usiacuri, Colombia

Arteli represents sustainability, ethics, respect & style, all harmoniously handwoven into breathtaking bags. Arteli works with women artisans from Usiacuri, a 9'000 people town located in Colombia.


Sydney, AUS

Consciously created botanical beauty & home fragrance, sourced from the best natural ingredients. 100% cruelty-free, vegan and sustainable.


Athens, Greece

Nefertiti Workshop was founded in 2015 by Katerina. Inspired by the most beautiful and powerful Egyptian Queen and the Hellenic aesthetic, its products are the blend of ancient elegance and handmade in Greece.


Barcelona, ESP

Founded by fashion designer Gina Cusachs, the first collection is a limited edition run of fine scarves, featuring bold artistic prints and striking colours form the brand’s signature style. Every piece is handmade in Spain using 100% Italian organic silk.


Mexico City, MEX

Mother & daughter are sharing their creation with the world, finding their inspiration in Peru. All her vests are handmade in Mexico from reversible/curry/baby Peruvian Alpaca - a high quality natural fibre, silky and luxurious made in Peru.


Athens, GR

High qualitative leather (Lace up / Boho / Wedding...) sandals handmade with love by a young extremely talented fashion designer from Greece!


St. Tropez, France

Cowboy hats alike made from the best quality straw. They spread great idyllic, boho, beachy and glamorous vibes from St. Tropez!