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    • Everlane

      Everlane prides itself on radical transparency. They source all of their materials from the highest rated factories and list all of them on their website. Never trying to scam you, Everlane lists the cost it takes to produce their products as well as their mark up price, so you know they’re on your side.

    • Matt & Nat

      Looking for sophisticated yet simple and elegant bags and shoes whose production hasn’t harmed a single animal? You’ve come to the right place. Plus, all of their bags linings are made of 100% recycled plastic bottles (approx. 21 bottles are recycled per bag). Can this get any better?!

    • FEIT

      Shoes made by hand from a single piece of leather. FEIT believes in human craftsmanship rather than machine-built shoes, which is why every shoes has been made from start to finish by one master craftsman.

    • Little Boomerang

      Why throw away men’s shirts when they could be made into clothes for the kids?! This is the question Little Boomerang asks with their range of beautiful clothes and accessories upcycled from preloved shirts. They also use surplus material from Bugaboo to make long-lasting school backpacks and string bags. Check out their full story here!

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