Women's Clothing

    • Christy Dawn

      Incredibly cute dresses made from residual fabrics left over from major fashion houses. Instead of ending up in landfills, these fabrics are repurposed for Christy Dawn’s stunning collections.

    • Les Sublimes

      Timeless, luxurious French essentials and wardrobe staples inspired by real life. All made using luxurious, eco-friendly fabrics.

    • Back Beat Rags

      Easy, wearable tees, sweatshirts, and dresses infused with vintage-inspired details. All made in Los Angeles with low impact materials such as GOTS-certified organic cotton, recycled cotton, hemp, and Tencel.

    • Fabric For Freedom

      A celebration to creatively inspired fashion, beauty and femininity. Fabric For Freedom aspires to a business model which aims to change the face of fashion by addressing exploitation within the fashion industry, and by inspiring solutions to the current environmental crisis.

    • Lois Hazel

      Honest womenswear offering a multi-functional elegance to last through seasons, years, and stages of life. There’s brand transparency, and then there’s Lois Hazel’s level of brand transparency—which took this concept so previously neglected, and committed with passion and pride. Lois Hazel offers a 100% insight into the creation of their garments, right down to who sewed the buttons on each individual item.

    • The White Briefs

      Sometimes the most satisfying pieces are the simplest. The White Briefs offers modern, fine basics. Dive into a universe of simplicity and low-key quality garments.

    • zero waste daniel

      zero waste daniel, or ZWD, invented the first line of zero waste clothing, made from ReRoll™, 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.

    • Reformation

      Looking for ultra feminine pieces that’ll make you look and feel amazing? Reformation is where you need to look! Close to 15% of their products are made out of “deadstock” fabrics.

    • 337 BRAND

      Sustainable basics and casual athleisure clothing with an edge, all made locally in NYC. For every order, 337 BRAND donates one dollar — every dollar plants one tree. There is nothing sexier than kindness!

    • JAN ‘N JUNE

      Stylish, transparent and sustainable, yet affordable fashion!

    • salia jać

      Salia Jać is a PETA accredited, animal fibre free, ethical and sustainable brand from concept to wearer. The label itself is both rebellious & romantic, offering high quality & design. Think Tokyo meets Paris!

    • 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.

    • Uncaptive

      Uncaptive only works with the highest rated suppliers and is commited to making Ethical Fashion accessible, while advocating for a sustainable and cruelty-free lifestyle. Their everyday clothing range is made of organic cotton, recycled materials, bamboo and Tencel. Use discount code ETHICALFASHIONGUIDE to get 10% off your first order.

    • Raven + Lily

      Fair trade and artisan made, Raven + Lily is a lifestyle brand with unique and stylish products. They strive to bring forward the best in trend pieces that empower the women that made them and the women that wear them.

    • Emroce

      Bikinis made from recycled fabric, women’s dresses made from vintage sheets and girls’ clothes made from men’s shirts, all in a zero waste approach? Here’s Emroce!

    • Grown

      Comfy everyday basics exclusively made of 100% organic cotton or Tencel.

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