From capsule wardrobe to fun prints - Armed Angels has it all. The affordable fashion brand uses renewable and recycled materials, whilst also providing fair pay and fair working conditions.
dariadéh is all about mindful fashion - after writing about her journey into sustainability since 2013, the activist and blogger Madeleine Alizadeh turned her knowledge of the fashion industry into a womenswear brand.
erlich textil is there to inspire you. their products range from chic and affordable underwear to home and loungewear for every age and gender identity. To make you feel even more comfortable, they added natural cosmetic and beautiful home accessories like candlesto their shop.
Are you looking for the perfect pair of sneakers? Flamingos’ Life has a variety of amazing styles. Their shoes are unisex, vegan and made with recycled waste material in Spain. Saving the planet, step by step.
Their name says it all: Kings of Indigo are masters of denim. But apart from perfectly fitting, sustainable jeans, they also offer a variety of garments and accessories to build your wardrobe.
Komodo takes you on a trip around the world. Inspired by their different locations, they design colourful, cool clothes that last. Trying to support other sustainable businesses on the way, they started to incorporate other brands into their online shop.
Langerchen is the perfect brand if you are looking for sustainable and fashionable coats or jackets for every season. But their not-so-secret superpower might be their bestselling raincoats.
At PEOPLE, three fashion designers empower kids, struggling with drug addiction, mental illness, or homelessness to create stunning, contemporary fashion. The best part: every cent they make is going straight back into the project.
The inclusive nude underwear company Proclaim. from Los Angeles follows their goal of empowering and representing all women. Paying attention to even the smallest details, they produce impressively sustainable and ethical garments which are made to last.
You have probably already heard their name - People Tree is one of the pioneers of sustainable fashion and Fair Trade, starting their efforts in 1991, closely working together with their suppliers to create fun and fashionable clothing and accessories for women.
Inspired by fairytales, the Ukrainian designer Yasia Khomenko re-uses second-hand fashion to create fun and environmentally-conscious garments. She is best known for the colourful prints on upcycled shirts.
Gina Stovell is creating beautiful, artistically made slow-fashion since 2018, after studying and working as a geologist and earth scientist over the past decade. The pieces are entirely made from deadstock and are being manufactured with the utmost attention to detail.