Responsible Brands We Carry
337 BRAND is a sustainable leisurewear line that only uses materials that are friendly to the environment.
They constantly strives toward circularity where the products are made in a closed-loop system with bare minimum to zero waste.
337 BRAND produces their goods locally in safe working conditions where their workers are paid fair wages.
337 BRAND also makes giving back a priority. Thanks to their friends at One Tree Planted, areas impacted by deforestation will receive donations to help plant trees. For every order, they donate one dollar and every dollar plants one tree.
Alchemy Goods is a Seattle based business that upcycles old materials like bicycle tires, seatbelts, and old advertising banners into bags and accessories that are functional, sleek, and durable.
All of their products are handmade in ethically responsible facilities where their employees enjoy safe and healthy working conditions and receive competitive wages.
Alchemy Goods is also a Certified B Corporation which requires them to go through an extensive certification process that includes both social and environmental impact assessments.
Anchal is an award-winning social enterprise that creates innovative products and sustainable employment for exploited women worldwide.
The brand honors slow fashion by hand-stitching one-of-a-kind pieces that reduce fabric waste and are made from low-impact dyes, vintage fabrics, and GOTS certified organic cotton.
Every purchase of an Anchal product has an immediate impact and provides an artisan with a full-time job, health care benefits, design training, and educational workshops.
Babysoy is a sustainable and eco-friendly clothing line for children. Using simple and fresh designs, Babysoy uses azlon (from soybeans) which is a textile made from recycled material and does not add more burden to mother nature.
Babysoy partners with a factory in a rural area of Shanghai, China where the artisans make a living wage and work in a safe and respectful working environment. The founders visit the factory 8 - 10 times a year.
Babysoy thinks globally and acts locally. They believe that if each one of us water our own sphere of influence we can grow this planet into a greener place.
Colored Organics offers organic cotton clothing that are environmentally friendly, naturally hypoallergenic, and gentle on children's skin.
The artisans work in Amjer, India in factories that are GOTS-certified which ensures that their work conditions are healthy and safe.
The artisans make above-standard wages, receive medical benefits, and have capped working hours with paid vacation time and holidays.
In addition, Colored Organics partners with reputable organizations globally and domestically to help make an impact in the lives of children.
HOZEN is a sustainable accessories brand that is committed to respecting and protecting the planet.
HOZEN bags boast eco-friendly materials including biopolyoil (grain-based) leather and suede and Piñatex (pineapple leaf fibers).
Each piece is produced in small batches at a fair-wage factory in Los Angeles and is accompanied with an “I Made Your Bag” card, featuring the smiling face of the maker whose hands crafted it.
The brand also donates 10% of all profits to Mercy for Animals.
Leena & Lu is a collection of women's sleepwear and loungewear made with 100% GOTS Pima cotton.
Each garment is handmade by artisans in Peru who receive a stable source of income and work in a safe and healthy environment.
All of the cotton is harvested and handpicked. And all of their tie-dye details are created from natural elements such as avocado seeds, onion peels, flower petals, cochinchilla beans, and eucalyptus.
Their entire production processes are free from chemicals and pesticides, making a better product for you and a better environment for everyone who helps in the process.
Left Edit was born out of an identified need for more fashion-forward garments that are as equally sustainable as they are stylish and affordable.
Throughout their supply chain, they save water, support the local community, pay living wages, and work to reduce waste.
Their artisans work in responsible factories in Los Angeles that pay fair wages, ensure workplace safety, and prohibit unlawful labor and discrimination.
Most of the artisans are men and women over the age of 55 who are in threat of losing their jobs.
L. Greenwalt Jewelry is a sustainable, ethical, and vegan jewelry line. They believe in sourcing materials and engaging in practices that have the least impact on the environment.
They use responsibly sourced sterling silver, recycled sterling silver, and recycled gold for their jewelry.
Inspiration for L. Greenwalt Jewelry stems strongly from the geometric motifs of the Art Deco era and the sensuous fluidity of Art Nouveau creations.
All products are hand-made by artist Lauren Greenwalt and her husband Kieron Thomas in their Portland art studio.
MASHALLAH is a jewelry collection created by Chicago-based designer Mashallah Ghouleh. Each collection is crafted with natural, ethically sourced gemstones and metals derived from electronic waste.
This eco-friendly and socially conscious process allows MASHALLAH to design and create beautiful necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings without doing harm to the planet.
Every piece in the MASHALLAH collection is carefully designed by Mashallah Ghouleh and handmade by her team in her Chicago studio.
Mata Traders is a fair trade fashion brand helping to end global poverty and inspire consumers to change the fashion industry.
Made by artisans in India and Nepal, the colorful, eco-friendly designs provide a stable source of income for families in some of the world's poorest communities.
We feature their GOTS certified organic cotton collection which is an earth-friendly material that doesn't contain any harsh chemicals.
Mata Traders partners with several fair trade organizations in India and Nepal that train and employ hundreds of artisans in marginalized communities, with a focus on gender equality and empowering women.
Neu Nomads believes in simple, sustainable luxury at affordable prices. Every piece in their collection is made from organic, plant-derived fabrics, and non-toxic dyes.
They also work directly with a global team of suppliers who share their commitment to sustainability, transparency, fair wages, and fair pricing.
Company headquarters, design, and logistics are based in Brooklyn, New York. All sourcing and manufacturing are conducted in a female-owned factory in India that pays fair wages and covers medical expenses for the workers.
Amanda Dare, The New Blak Founder, previously worked in department stores where she witnessed the detrimental effects of fast-fashion and mass production first-hand.
Amanda created The New Blak to provide customers with sustainable options for buying quality clothing. Every garment is made with eco-friendly materials like sustainable bamboo and organic cotton.
The garments are produced ethically in Louisville, KY where the artisans have safe and respectful working conditions. This includes fair wages, enforced safety regulations, no child labor, respectful working hours, and harassment-free environments.
Passion Lilie is a fair trade and eco-friendly apparel brand with a mission to empower artisans across the world by creating dignified employment opportunities.
By offering fair wages, safe and healthy working conditions, and long term employment to artisans in India, these job opportunities lead to sustainable societies and a better world.
They are also committed to using eco-friendly materials throughout the supply chain and preserving the artistic and cultural talents of their crafts people. Passion Lilie is a Fair Trade Federation Member.
Seek Dry Goods mission is to inspire the everyday with outdoor adventure, while bettering the world they live in.
Their goods are sourced using organic and recycled materials to reduce water and energy consumption while eliminating the use of harmful toxins.
They produce their goods locally to ensure that their employees work in healthy and safe facilities and receive fair pay.
They also support the environment through their proud membership with One Percent for the Planet and donate at least 1% of their revenue to local and national environmental non-profits.
SLATE + SALT is a mission-based brand providing a worldwide customer base for artisanal treasures found in rural, impoverished villages around the world.
SLATE + SALT supports the Fair Trade movement and works closely with Fair Trade organizations to facilitate dignified working opportunities in areas of extreme poverty.
All of their products are handmade by artisans with eco-friendly and sustainable materials using traditional techniques.
Toad & Co. believes that minimizing their environmental impact and helping clean up the apparel industry is an integral part of their business ethos.
They are committed to using sustainable fibers, recycled materials, and revolutionary, reusable shippers. Toad & Co. strives to be good and thoughtful citizens of the planet.
Toad & Co. also provides stable jobs for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They are employed through Planet Access Company, a state-of-the-art warehouse that offers paid, train-to-work opportunities, including product assembly, order processing, and materials handling.
Tribe Alive empowers women around the world to find financial freedom through safe and meaningful employment at living wages.
Tribe Alive measures success by impact, not profits. Their model is moving the fashion industry toward a more humane approach, where the Earth and the maker are valued equally to the customer.
Tribe Alive believes in slow fashion and meaningful consumption. From apparel to accessories, they design timeless pieces in classic silhouettes and high-quality, sustainable materials. Years from now, your clothes should live in your closet, not a landfill.
Under the Nile makes sustainable, organic Egyptian-cotton baby clothing, accessories, and toys.
Under the Nile is committed to providing the highest quality baby clothes in a sustainable and socially responsible manner, while demonstrating authenticity and transparency in their business practices.
Their facilities are Fair-Trade certified ensuring that their employees work in a clean, safe, and healthy work environment.
Every purchase you make from Under the Nile contributes to a better world for people, the planet, and most importantly - your baby.
Yala is a sustainable fashion brand that puts mindfulness at the core of everything they do.
Yala fabrics come exclusively from sustainable fibers - organic cotton, organic bamboo, and recycled material from post consumer waste. They also use low-impact, azo-free dyes.
Their garments are responsibly made in China on small sewing floors by highly skilled artisans to ensure excellent quality and working conditions. Yala visits their factories multiple times each year to be sure that their high standards are always being met.