Ethical, Sustainable Collections

We are proud to curate a thoughtful selection of brands that focus on ethical sourcing, sustainable options or fair trade focus. Here are a few that we think you will like:

Bibico: Shop Here!

BIBICO is an ethical clothing label. They make simple clothes with unique details in natural fabrics. Established in 2007, BIBICO offers customers concerned about the ethical and environmental aspects of fast fashion an alternative choice to the mainstream. They strictly believe in slow fashion. They design and manufacture two collections a year which are produced in small runs. Their garments are classic, timeless and made with quality raw materials that you will want to wear again and again. Spending many hours working collaboratively with our producers and a designer’s eye and years of experience working for high street brands, they act as a bridge between traditional craftsmanship and an audience that values unique, quality goods produced both ethically and sustainably.

Their materials are proudly natural...they believe that nature knows best so they aim to use the best natural and sustainable materials. This is not only better for our skin and wellbeing but gives our clothes a much lower environmental impact. All their materials are exclusively designed, often hand-made, and carefully selected from artisan manufacturers in India, Nepal and Italy.

Cameo Clothing: Shop Here!

Cameo clothing is an amazing woman run business based in sunny California. Each item is made in small-batches with an excellent dedication to detail in each garment. These pieces are 100% made in the USA from cloth to garment.

Dazey LA: Shop Here!

All their apparel is hand drawn and handmade to order in LA. They create the clothing in small batches and print their graphics to-order in an effort to create as little waste as possible and do their best to make a positive impact on the environment, we like the call this process "Slow Fashion". All of their tees are custom made for Dazey from 100% certified organic cotton. They believe in order to be a company that stands for empowerment that every person that touches their tees should be positively impacted. Their production process is fully ethical and their garment workers are paid a living wage and work in clean safe facilities, something most fashion companies can not claim.

Echo Verde: Shop Here!

Echo Verde makes “slow fashion” classic clothing for women in natural and organic textiles, and believe in ethical business practices, sustainable production, and connecting and forming relationships with retailers and suppliers.  They produce in ethical conditions and pay fair living wages. They also do not mark their garments up to high margins as they believe organic should be available to everyone and you, our awesome customer, will purchase more organic  – this in the end will drive up the demand for organic in the marketplace and allow for prices to lower on fabrics over time.

Mata Trader's: Shop Here!

The Mata Traders mission is to ‘fashion a better world’ by creating designs that celebrate a woman’s originality and empower her to use her dollar for change. Merging uncommonly vibrant style with fair trade practices to make an impact on global poverty – bringing fair wages to artisans in India and Nepal.

Silver Jeans: Shop Here!

From manufacturing processes to community activism and employee empowerment, the following three principles support their overall philosophy of creating a cleaner, greener and better world for the future. 1. Sustainable craftsmanship- minimizing their environmental footprint to make the least impact possible, striving for a cleaner, greener way to make high-quality, great-fitting denim.. 2. Giving back- They support various non-profits and organizations around the world, giving back and providing resources and aid to those who need it most, like: WE Charity, United Way, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Trees for the Future, Indigenous Education Foundation. 3. Workplace empowerment- from their own factories to facilities across the globe, they've always ensured safe, quality workplace conditions and a positive environment for every employee.

TenTree: Shop Here!

Focusing on Earth-First essentials using the most sustainable (and comfortable) materials in the world. Every time you purchase an item, they plant 10 trees. By planting trees for every purchase, they are making big change accessible to everybody and showing the lasting impact that one small choice can have.

Tonle: Shop Here!

Focusing on creating a zero-waste formula approach to clothing, where nothing is wasted. Through a sustainable zero waste process, they create clothing, accessories and homewares from reclaimed materials that other manufacturers consider waste. Striving for circularity and climate justice to mitigate the fashion industry’s devastating impact on the planet.

XCVI: Shop Here!

 XCVI has a long-standing commitment to conducting its business in an ethical and legal manner. They state that they will not engage in business with contractors and vendors who do not share our commitment to compliance. They focus on building relations with businesses that prohibit forced labor, underpaid labor, child labor, have clear health and safety policies, and environmental controls. 

Zkano Socks: Shop Here!

Passionate about making their socks here in fort payne, alabama and they also care deeply about where their raw materials come from. Using organic cotton is grown, spun and dyed in the U.S.A. and they know who they're working with every step of the way. Their cotton farmers and yarn spinners are kind, hard-working people in west texas and north carolina — which means their socks are born and bred in the south.

Partnering with folks right here at their home allows them to ensure their socks are some of the most comfortable, durable, and environmentally friendly socks around.