The thought provoking animation features a fearless young girl and her pet pug Tony, who follow a piece of thread on the girl’s t-shirt. The thread takes them on an adventure through the life of the clothing, starting from her bedroom and ending up at the very farm where the cotton was grown. www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPzmZrczOYM Read more »
Fabrica Social is a Mexico City-based social enterprise dedicated to supporting and promoting the work and traditional knowledge of indigenous artisans throughout Mexico. The women create unique hand-crafted contemporary clothing, accessories and homeware that are sold in boutiques and museums across the world.
Mayamiko, the cool fashion label that uses traditional African printed cotton, will be featured in September’s Vogue! Read more »
Anna, Emma, Julia & Katelyn, four enterprising female designers based in East London, committed to sustainable fashion. Their goal is to work with hand weavers in Nepal, revitalising a dying craft and protecting livelihoods, whilst creating a contemporary and sophisticated collection that will appeal to the discerning customer. Read more »
Po-Zu, a leading ethical shoe company, is making it possible for customers to customise their own pair of shoes, choosing from a combination of colours and materials. Po-Zu is the first ethical shoe company to launch such a service. Not only does it enable people to create a unique pair of shoes to match their style, it also helps to cut down on waste.
The Future Fashion Design Scholarship, launched by Bruno Pieters of Honest by, has announced a €10,000 award to “an exceptional student who wants to develop his or her MA collection in a sustainable and transparent way”. Read more »
Rapanui have launched a fashion collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) based around the ideas of conservation and climate and £3 from every t-shirt, £6 from every sweatshirt sold goes directly to WWF. These are my favourites:
A wide selection of stylish fashion clothing for all occasions including: dresses, tops, knitwear, skirts, eveningwear, coats, suits, jackets and more. Styles to suit a variety of tastes from classic to vintage and more in between: recycled and upcycled. This is sustainable ethical fashion at it's best.Women's Ethical Clothing
If you're looking for something eco or ethical to wear for dress down friday, a casual weekend or holiday, you'll find it here. Tops, t-shirts, jeans, trousers from mainly fairtrade and organic cotton.Men's Ethical Fashion
Green fashion for kids is fun and made mainly from natural fibres including organic cotton and Fairtrade cotton. From baby to early teens, there's something to make all kids happy. Bright colours, animals, fun shapes that children can wear all year round.Kids Green Clothing
A treasure trove of accessories from around the world can be found here. A vast selection of jewellery including necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings to shoes, hats, bags, handbags and scarves. Whatever your style, these items will complete any outfit.Eco-Friendly Accessories
I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot. —