Fabrics that are made of natural resources are environmentally friendly as well as for the human body. They have a vegetable or animal origin and include among others cotton, silk, linen, wool and hemp fibers. Other materials are divided into artificial or synthetic. And it is the production of them that is the most harmful to the environment.
All of our fibre and garment production is fair trade certified. / Hoth & bothered
Our collections are made in Spain of natural or ecological fabrics, with beauty and quality as principles. / on atlas
All the fabrics used to create our garments are natural fiber, recycled fiber, surplus or vintage fabrics. / souldaze collection
Supporting local activities is an investment in the community and your surroundings. It helps to activate small communities and helps in the development of the region. Local activities also have a good environmental impact - reducing long-distance transport equals the reduction of gas emissions.
Currently, working in partnership with a first manufacturer, a group certified with the principles of fair trade led by Maritza and her group of 67 talented artisans. / graciela huam
Almost 80% of our suppliers are local. / souldaze collection
We only use regional materials and plants. We believe that supporting local creativity is not only an investment in the community, but it also defines consumer awareness. / atomy
We use local Lithuanian linen in the production. This appreciation for local resources and historic processes, combined with a focus on quality, ethics and wearability builds an investment wardrobe. / ode to sunday
Chemical waste, high energy consumption and emission of harmful gases are the biggest problems of modern production. Fortunately, more and more companies focus on the development of sustainable production. The use of renewable energy, recycled materials or resurrection of traditional methods that do not pollute the environment are some examples of the responsible production process of our brands.
Our workshop works thanks to solar energy! It's clean, efficient and not harmful. / mayamiko
Thanks to the use of traditional methods, we achieve a better quality than products manufactured industrially. / graciela huam
We use low impact approved chemical dyes which are efficient and accepted as being safe. The waste from this process is naturally treated so that the water can be recycled and the organic compounds can be separated, dried and used as fertilizer. / bo carter
Minimal wages and hard working conditions or forced labor in overtime - this is how work in clothing factories in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and even in Europe look like. By choosing products of brands that violate the rights of employees, in a sense you contribute to driving the price race to the bottom.
With the importance given to local manufacturing and a number one sustainable production, the brands second action towards the planet is the use of 100 % natural fibers only. / good people
We help our producers in developing countries to promote fair and ethical working conditions. / hoth & bothered
Bo’s vision of fashion is clear, which is why you won’t find leather, fur or garments made using child labour or exploitation in any of her collections. / bo carter
Today both people and the environment suffer from the way fashion is produced, obtained and consumed. For this reason, many companies get involved in charity. Supporting sustainable development, educating or simply, sharing the resources of your company, distributing shoes or sewing sanitary pieces from leftovers.
We produce reusable sanitary kits to provide young women in Malawi with hygiene and comfort. / mayamiko
We work closely and cooperate with "Learn to Earn" - the organization of skills development and job creation in South Africa. / rhumaa
Exploitation is a huge problem in the fashion world and we actively fight against it. / bo carter
For each pair of shoes purchased, we give one pair of shoes to children in Afghanistan. / shoemates