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    • zero waste daniel

      zero waste daniel, or ZWD, invented the first line of zero waste clothing, made from ReRollâ„¢, the fabric of the future. ZWD is composed of 100% scrap material in a bold effort to reduce fashion waste through reimagined design techniques and supply chains.

    • Freitag

      The Freitag brothers have been making bags from salvaged truck tarpaulins, disused bicycle inner tubes and old seat belts for over 20 years. In their new clothing line they use a material made of hemp, flax and modal that is all grown within a 2500km radius of the factory.

    • HIIDE

      Inspired by a time when things were meant to last, HIIDE is romantic womenswear designed with purpose and passion. Ethically made from natural, renewable fabrics in San Francisco, CA.

    • Beaumont Organic

      With just two collections a year Beaumont Organic focuses on slow, sustainable, luxury wardrobe staples. They use a wide range of materials – lyocell, modal, hemp, bamboo, recycled denim, cotton denim, wool, linen, silk and natural leathers to name a few!

    • Lara Intimates

      Bras that fit amazingly, are incredibly comfortable and come at reasonable prices? It does exist, and they come straight from Lara Intimates studio in London!

    • Insecta

      If you’ve ever wanted shoes made of recycled plastic, unwanted rubber and second-hand textiles, your dreams have come true. Insecta makes awesome shoes, desert boots, sandals and chelsea boots in a wide range of patterns and materials, all whilst paying a fair wage and closing the waste loop.

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