Brands & Stores

Here you can find a selected list of my favourite conscious brands and stores, which are making an effort to do the right thing for people and the planet. But because I believe that sustainable fashion should offer both ethics and aesthetics, you won't find any stereotypical "hemp sacks" in this list - just great, fashionable brands showing the rest of the industry how it should be done. 

Some of the brands are certified (GOTS, Fair Wear Foundation, Fairtrade), some are working towards certification, and some have created their own ethical and sustainability standards, ranging from supporting local artisans to using more environmentally friendly fabrics or offering repair and take-back schemes to customers. As everyone has their own idea about what ethical/sustainable fashion should be, I recommend you also do your own research on the brands to make sure it's something you would want to support and that they fit with your own personal values.

Happy shopping!


Base Range - underwear
Beaumont Organic
By Far - shoes
Christopher Raeburn
Coclico - shoes
Conscious Tee
Dharma Bums - activewear
Ethletic - shoes
Manduka - activewear
Matt & Nat - shoes and accessories
Muka Va
MYOMY Do Goods - accessories
Nine to Five - shoes
Nisolo - shoes
Nudie Jeans 
O My Bag - accessories
Prana - activewear
Reclaimed Vintage
Tizz & Tonic - underwear
TOMS - shoes
Two Thirds
Underprotection - underwear
Veja - shoes
Warby Parker - sunglasses
Westwood Leaning - sunglasses
Woron - underwear

Well Made Clothes (Australia)

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