5 SUSTAINABLE BRANDS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Hey Brush Babes ! As It’s never been more important for brands and consumers to embrace sustainability,thankfully, many players in the fashion industry are listening to the needs of our planet and making greener choices as a result.
There was a time when sustainable clothing’would conjure images of unflattering and suspiciously scratchy styles. Thankfully, there are now a number of brands challenging that view.
Today, there are many brands taking steps to minimise the industry’s carbon footprint and implement ethical practices too without compromising on style.
Some achieve a more sustainable status through the fabrics they use, either opting for recycled materials, or natural fabrics that biodegrade at the end of their life cycle. Others work on slowing down and reducing their production, for example making pieces to order or in very small batches, to reduce their carbon footprint.
Here are 5 sustainable brands to consider investing in.
FAITHFULL THE BRAND
Based in Bali and inspired by vintage markets all over the world, Faithfull The Brand ensure each of their travel-ready item is hand made, hand dyed, printed by local artisans with a huge focus on sustainable processes. It’s true wanderlust for your wardrobe.
Bursting with shirred waists, frilled sleeves and ruffled hems, Faithfull boasts a smorgasbord of design details that simultaneously scream timelessness and modernity.Not restricted to regular daywear, the brand also has a masterful collection of swimwear from floral one-pieces to itsy bitsty polka dot bikinis and high-waisted checked numbers. Matching bucket hats and tote bags just complete the offering.
Reformation creates effortless feminine silhouettes from sustainable fabrics, such as rescued old stock materials and repurposed vintage clothing.
Its designs are appreciated by many hit girl like Emily Ratajkowski, Hailey Bieber and Kaia Gerber all turning to the label time and time again. Reformation set the standard for creating cool, covetable, sustainable styles, and no doubt inspired a number of the fashion forward, environmentally conscious brands we see today.
Committed to minimising its environmental impact and achieving fair, safe and healthy working conditions throughout its supply chain. The brand,only works with people who share a common vision of sustainability, accountability and transparency.
SONIA CARRASCO specialises is wearable workwear with a twist, and it’s all sustainably made. The brand exclusively work with recycled, organic or vegan materials, not only textiles but also tags, labels, packaging, papers, etc.
The brand aim to stimulate and drive the world’s development towards a fashion industry that is responsible and environmentally aware. They invest in high quality over quantity, creating timeless collections, which can be cherished forever. For them, design and responsability go hand in hand. SONIA CARRASCO has a modern vision for a modern world
The brand follow the rule of never enough and try to always keep improving their processes and will never stop researching and learning the latest technologies, innovations and possible partnerships to be in the state of the art of responsibility.
The mother daughter duo behind MaisonCléo have made waves across Instagram for their super-slow fashion offerings.Made-to-order from deadstock fabric and released for sale only once a week as well as via a select collection on Net-A-Porter, there is little waste.
The purpose behind the brand is to offer simple but worked pieces, everything handmade, always in beautiful natural materials removed from stock, which is another important point for us. It also offers margins and prices calculated as accurately as possible and explained on each product sheet to make Made In France accessible to everyone.
Bite stands for By Independent Thinkers for Environmental Progress. So sustainability is undoubtedly this brand’s top priority.
Bite was born in Stockholm by four co-founders with a combined passion for sustainability. The minimalist label, made using certified organic fabrics, comprises 20 fixed styles which are updated seasonally, promoting the idea of timeless clothes that are made to last.
The results are elegant, well-cut pieces in shades of navy, oatmeal and grey with pops of orange and green thrown in for good measure.