Ethical fashion brands that make you look good and do good!
01/5These ethical fashion brands are changing the game in fashion
As a society, we are more environmentally and ethically conscious than we have ever been. From wanting to reduce our plastic usage to supporting the practice of fair trade, we are finally beginning to take responsibility for our purchasing choices. So why not have a second look at the clothes we wear? Enter ethical fashion. But ethical fashion doesn’t just mean sustainable. It covers a range of issues such as working conditions, exploitation, fair trade, sustainable production, the environment, and animal welfare. Read on to know some of our favourite ethical fashion brands.readmore
London based organic clothing wear brand isn’t what it sounds like. Think more classic, chic and wearable. It started out as a men’s wear label, but brand slowly paved their way to women’s wear. The organic fabrics like naturally grown bamboo, cotton, wool and hemp are also free from harmful pesticides and chemicals. The brand also keeps its carbon footprint down by making its clothing in one place.readmore
Alternative Apparel champions sustainable and eco-friendly materials, non-toxic and low-impact dyes, and fair labour for its workers. Their collections are usually made up of wardrobe essentials with modern silhouettes, keeping the wearer’s comfort in mind. Started in 1995, the brand’s style mission is to re-create the charm of soft, lived-in look of clothes.readmore
According to their website, Monsoon's factories are regularly visited by their own audit teams and teams of external experts to ensure their code of conduct (which focuses on ethical labour practices) is being upheld. Chic maxi dresses, sexy club wear and your every day staples, the brand’s clothing is perfect for the modern day woman who is well-versed and well-travelled.readmore
05/5H&M Conscious Collection
While H&M is a high-street brand often associated with "fast fashion", it does have a conscious collection that provides ethically designed clothing, and uses organic and recycled materials. Our only hope is that this paves the way for the remainder of their collection; indeed, the brand has promised it is going to aim for all clothing to be completely sustainable by 2030.readmore