Scarves and Wraps

Ethically produced scarves and wraps. Find a brand that suits your taste.

Arthur & Henry

We believe that every man needs a good shirt and so we founded Arthur & Henry to provide beautiful, ethical, men’s shirts.

Shirts you can wear to work, to the pub, on a date….double cuff, single cuff, plain, striped,…

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Braintree Clothing

Braintree are a natural clothing company useing a range of eco-friendly, organic, and sustainable fabrics to create beautiful, timeless fashion, whilst caring for the environment.

Designed in London, Braintree have been creating quality 'feel good' fashion since 1995, always produced ethically and with sustainability in mind.

Visit WWW.BRAINTREECLOTHING.COM to view their latest collections.

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Bibico

Bibico is an ethical clothing label renown for designing simple, natural clothes with unique details.

The brand was created in 2007 to offer people who cared not only about the style of their clothes but also about how the clothes they wore were made.

Bibico works with fair trade certified groups in both India and Nepal to produce their collections. The collections also include hand knitted knitwear, hand embroidery and hand crochet, techniques which all contribute to the preservation of traditional artisan skills.

Designed using quality natural materials but sold at affordable prices Bibico collections offer a sustainable alternative to the high st.

Pure. Simple . Style

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Krama khmer shop

The krama is the traditional scarf of Cambodia. It has a large variety of uses: it is worn around the neck, head or as a “sarong”, but it is also used as home decorative fabric, bedspreads or curtains… Our products are handmade in Cambodia by our local partners which guarantee high quality products.

…in a strange land

I am so pleased to be able to finally realise a dream I have had for a number of years, which is to run my own enterprise bringing beautiful, ethically sourced, traditional products to the UK market and beyond.

Manumit

A beautiful collection of jewellery, bags and scarves produced in fair trade conditions from India, Kenya Vietnam and Chile.

Mamacha

With a genuine appreciation of quality and detail, we are inspired by the craftsmanship and age old skills aquired by the Peruvian women.  We value products for how they are made, by whom and why.

From The Source

From The Source fair trade and ethical fashion accessories – exclusive and high quality products brought to you directly from the producers. 

Products that provide skilled work and livelihoods for women and marginalised communities in some of the poorest countries in the world.

Sara C

Reflecting the wild beauty of England, Australia and Mexico, graphic natural shapes are infused with bright washes of colour. These unique prints are at the very heart of the Sara C brand.  Inspired by and respectful of the environment, each garment is individually handmade in Britain using eco-friendly processes and fabrics.

Passion Lilie

Passion Lilie began with a desire to change the fashion industry, so that ethical fashion is affordable and accessible for everyone.

Jiva Fair Trading

Jewellery, shawls, bags, and Tibetan artefacts ethically produced by fair trade groups in India, Nepal and Thailand.

Far and Wide Collective

Far & Wide Collective is partnering with some of the most talented artisans in post-conflict and emerging economies. While taking shoppers on a journey, we give them access to a rare selection of unique and high-quality products.

Apoccas

Apoccas is a socially aware luxury company that works in harmony with nature.  Hand-woven  scarf designs unite the power of colours, words and energised crystals to promote well-being.  Each product is made on hand-looms using the finest natural yarns, organic where possible, and dyed with botanical extracts or eco-friendly dyestuffs to achieve the desired predominant colour theme.

Manumituk

Home of beautiful fair trade jewellery and accessories – offering you the best in sustainable and ethical fashion online

Cherchbi

A stylish collection of British-made bags, scarves, belts and accessories inspired by Britain’s creative and cultural heritage, made using natural raw materials such as English vegetable tanned leather, Scottish wool tweed, solid brass and pewter.

Cocoonu

CocoonU brings you luxury with a clear conscience.  Our beautiful collections are sourced from suppliers who produce exquisite individual pieces with passion and principles.  Browse our store for the softest cashmere from Outer Mongolia and hand finished Italian leather handbags.

Berglund

The artistic traditions behind these scarves stem from indigenous cultures which value the earth’s resources and also value the wisdom inherent in these traditions.

Ethnic Supplies

Fairly traded handbags, scarves and jewellery all made in Africa. After a visit to her native South West Uganda Ida Horner quit her job in London and set by ethnic supplies, to support women in Eastern Africa.

Threads of Peru

Threads of Peru is a non-profit organization that connects the world to handmade Peruvian textiles; helping to preserve ancient craft techniques and empower indigenous artisans.

The Toft Alpaca Shop

The Toft Alpaca shop creates alpaca yarn, alpaca knitwear and knitted accessories in Warwickshire.  You can purchase our natural British alpaca yarn, knitting kits and alpaca knitwear.

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