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Project Bowman: Reducing Environmental Footprints in Style

"...we work hard to deliver our loyal customers quality and contemporary garments as sustainably as possible." Project Bowman

Harebell Boutique: Where Sustainability Is The Height Of Fashion

“It’s all about re-educating people towards smarter consumption. Showing them different is not only possible but easy to do!” – Denise, founder of Harebell Boutique.

Swapping sustainably with The Swoondle Society

Jen Zuklie, founder of The Swoondle Society talks about striking the balance between leading with sustainability and building an approachable, joyful brand.

pēpi collection: Reusable Cloth Nappies for Babies of Today and Tomorrow

"We wanted to create a great unpacking experience for our customers. Our products are sustainable and reusable, so we also wanted this reflected in the packaging," Daniella, Founder of pēpi collection

Ovette: Sparking Adventure with Nostalgic Childrenswear

"We’re too small to change the behemoth fashion industry alone, but little brands like mine are collectively moving the needle forward towards sustainable practices and accountability," Angela Wator, founder of Ovette

Ad Astra the Label: Sustainable Loungewear for the Stylish

"We truly want to provide items that our customers will want to keep forever (but that won’t stay on the planet forever)," Ad Astra the Label

How to Become a Sustainable Fashion Brand

In recent years, sustainable fashion has become a hot topic. We asked the team behind the ethical brand rating app, Good On You, how they gauge a brand's sustainable impact.

Sleeping w. the Enemy: Stylish and Sustainable Sleepwear

"Learning to live more sustainably and contributing to a better future for our children is paramount, both personally and in business," Founders Kat and Mia of Sleeping w. the Enemy

Mr. Plum's Thoughtful Silk Scarves: Wearable Masterpieces

"I want to create a positive alternative in a sea of mass-production – to make individuals consciously think about the number of times they make a purchase vs the amount of wears they have per purchase," Becky, founder of Mr Plum

Joséfa David: In Pursuit of Fashion Without the Consequences

"I want to create a world where fast fashion is but only a dark chapter in the history of humanity. I am here to show the world that a sustainable future doesn’t need to be just a dream, that we can and WILL make it our reality," Joséfa David

OMM Label: Revolutionary Fashion for Moms on a Mission

'I think as mums we go through so much and we give so much of ourselves, I wanted to do something to give breastfeeding mama a bit of recognition and support/comfort," Ophelie, founder of OMM

Gazed: Accessible Art, Sustainable Clothing

"You can never please or satisfy everybody, but our supportive community and friends ensure us that we do the right thing," Magda of Gazed

SISEA: Artful + Thoughtful RTWs, Accessories and Everything Else in Between

"I like that there is freedom to rethink or change right now, because so much is uncertain. The uncertainty allows us to open ourselves to possibility, to reframe our purpose in order to fully realize our true DNA as a brand," Chelsea, Founder of SISEA

Thrift with Crys: Staying Trendy Sans the Eco Guilt

"The reason I started my brand is to spread the word about sustainability and to share my creativity. To show how you can go to a thrift store to keep up with current trends instead of supporting fast fashion brands," Crystal Cali

Beeja May: Making Sustainable Babywear for People from All Walks of Life

"Being sustainable shouldn’t be an option only for the 1%. It is something that people from all walks of life should participate in, in whatever capacity they can. We’re here to help." Christine Trinh, Founder of Beeja May

Treball Active: Slow Fashion for Happily Active Women

"We value our customers so much and believe that they deserve the very best & that’s what we’re here to provide for them," Sara Cooper, Owner and Co-Founder of Treball Active

Sustainable, Sophisticated Clothing with Rendezvous the Label

"We believe highlighting the beauty in all colors, sizes, and backgrounds are truly what allows a brand to be sustainable all-around." Janice Guo, founder of Rendezvous the Label