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Thrǣdable

Each Thrǣdable line, and each of its items, tells a story. Thrǣdable hold workshops in partnership with organisations to provide a safe and stress-free environment where for their benficiaries can express themselves and their stories creatively. For many this may be the first time they have experienced their voices being heard and all artwork is […]

June 24, 2017


Sustainable Fashion Directory

“There are a lot of different ways that companies can be responsible and everyone focusses on different things. I think every little bit helps, and no fashion is really “sustainable” I suppose. I try not to judge. For example, there are companies who use “Vegan Leather” but that’s usually a petroleum product, right? Versus companies […]


SueMe

SueMe’s organic, recycled sportswear is made with suppliers who share their ethics, principles and beliefs, support causes like Fair Wear, are certified under GOTS (Global Organic Trade Standard) and work with the Carbon Trust. SueMe’s Echoic Jacket is handmade in Britain from water repellent Polartec classic 300 PCW (post consumer recycled waste) fleece. Blended with […]

March 30, 2017


RockulateR

Every garment and accessory is beautifully hand-made and either a limited edition or a unique piece with artful embellishment. Abu incorporates his prints and contrasting fabrics into his shirts and waistcoats, evoking an earthy African aesthetic. Abu is inspired by colours in nature when thinking about textiles and overall look. “Wanting to create the feeling […]


Nudie Jeans

Nudie Jeans is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, which works to secure living wages for garment workers, and their Fairtrade cotton is bought from Chetna Organic, which works with small and marginal farmers to improve their livelihood possibilities. Nudie Jeans joined forces with a number of other brands to form the Chetna Coalition […]


Good On You App

The Good On You App is free, user-friendly and rates brands on their ethics towards people, the planet and animals. Simply enter a brand name to find out how well it performs.

June 19, 2017


Fair-T

Fair-T is working with the Fairtrade Foundation to help re-write trading rules in the fashion industry to ensure workers are not exploited by current trading systems and helps businesses form working relationships based on honesty and respect by guaranteeing: Farmers get a fair and stable price for their products Workers on cotton plantations can now […]

March 30, 2017


Celtic & Co.

Almost all Celtic & Co. products are made in Great Britain to reduce the carbon footprint and to support local manufacturing industries. Sheepskin footwear is hand-made to last in their own, purpose built factory in Cornwall by a team of skilled craftspeople to ensure the highest quality standards. The premium sheepskins are a by-product of […]


brm

All brm pieces are produced either in-studio at brm or at the Weave factory, based in Northumberland, which trains and employs people from the local ex-mining community. Everyone involved in production earns a fair wage. brm source eco-friendly, fair trade, and sustainable fabrics. Every fabric that listed as Fair Trade or Organic has a corresponding […]


Bojest

Bojest is a contemporary British textile & art company based in London, offering beautiful & unique printed fashion, art and home accessories that are non-conformist and ever so gentle on people & the planet. Bojest textiles are printed on cotton fabrics certified as organic cotton by GOTS, who ensure that pesticides are not used in […]


Bibico

Snow, Bibico’s founder, designed clothes for major High Street brands for over 10 years during which fashion got faster, clothes became cheaper, quality worse and no consideration was given to the people producing them. Disillusioned, Snow and her husband decided to create their own clothing company. They committed to working with producers they knew well […]


Ally Bee Knitwear

Small yarn batches from British herds of alpaca and British flocks of Bluefaced Leicester sheep in limited production runs means each Ally Bee piece is ‘one of few’. The yarn is processed at a small mill in Dorset by spinner Phil Allen on machinery sourced – and salvaged – from long established mills from Bradford […]


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