Ethos Eights: Ethical Fashion Brands

With conscious consumerism on the rise, fashionistas around the world are becoming increasingly more aware of where their clothes are being made. Here's eight of the best.
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08.04.17
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01. People Tree

People Tree is a pioneer in the fair trade and environmentally sustainable fashion movement. The brand is partnered with Fairtrade artisans and farmers in the developing world to produce a wide collection of ethical wear for men and women.

www.peopletree.com 

 

02. Nisolo

Nisolo, collaborates with local artisans in Peru when designing and making its handmade production of leather shoes, chukka boots and bags. Nisolo provide fair wages and full-time employment to its artisans.

www.nisolo.com 

03. Brothers we Stand

Brothers we Stand has a vision to support fashion enthusiasts to build a wardrobe of stylish and sustainably-made menswear. All its products are ethically produced, designed to please and created to last, as well as having a footprint tab detailing its social and environmental impact.

www.brotherswestand.com 

04. CRED

CRED makes beautiful jewellery that has ethical integrity. CRED is aware of the issue of unethical mining and ensures that the miners who mine its materials are treated fairly.

www.credjewellery.com

05. Minna

Minna is an ‘Eco Luxe’ brand, that produces ethical wedding wear for the whole wedding party. Its wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, and veils are all made from sustainable, organic, recycled and locally produced textiles.

www.minna.co.uk

06. Eco Outfitters

Eco Outfitters is a dynamic, ethical and sustainable school clothing company set up by two mothers, passionate about improving the quality of school uniforms. Its products are made from organic cotton, which is grown without the use of synthetic fertiliser and harmful pesticides.

www.ecooutfitters.co.uk  

07. Matt & Nat

Matt & Nat, is a 100% vegan accessories brand offering bags made exclusively from animal and environmentally friendly materials, even the linings of its bags are made from recycled plastic bottles.

www.mattandnat.com 

08. Naja

Naja, is serious about empowering women, its Underwear for Hope programme, trains and employs single mothers in Colombia to sew its handmade pieces.

www.naja.co