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    • Dedicated

      Sustainable and cool streetwear for people who love the planet as much as their style! Morgane BeernaertPassionate about sustainable living, ethical fashion and social justice, Morgane also founded…

    • 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…

    • Wyilda

      Scandinavian sustainable luxury accessories for women who refuse to compromise on ethics and aesthetics. Morgane BeernaertPassionate about sustainable living, ethical fashion and social justice, Morgane also founded Zero…

    • 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…

    • 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…

    • 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…

    • Thought

      Contemporary, easy-to-wear pieces just waiting to become your all-time favourites! Made from sustainable materials such as bamboo, Tencel, hemp, organic cotton or recycled polyester, anything at Thought has…

    • The Salvage

      The Salvage is fighting plastic pollution by making activewear leggings and shorts (and matching scrunchies!) out of recycled plastic bottles. Their fun designs are made by digital printing…

    • 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…

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    Passionate about sustainable living, ethical fashion and social justice, Morgane also founded Zero Waste Nest, as an attempt to demystify zero waste living. Her retirement plans are to adopt as many stray cats as she’s able to.

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