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Sustainable Fashion Brands to Support

Feel inclined to do some online shopping? Take a break from Amazon and support these sustainable fashion brands instead.
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House of Sunny

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From the factories to the materials they use, House of Sunny takes into consideration environmental factors to make sure there are no negative impacts on the planet. This fun brand with elegant knitwear and its iconic hockney lilipads dress offers a range of comfy and trendy clothing items with bold colors.

Sézane

Photo: Instagram @sezane

On the 21st of every month, a new design is created and 100% of the profits go to Sézane’s program demain. It helps to find concrete solutions for access to education, culture and equal opportunities for children of the world. Its vintage aesthetic and environmentally conscious materials are a duo we can’t say no to.

Mother of Pearl

Photo: Instagram @motherofpearl

Mother of Pearl believes in delivering beautiful clothes without compromising on integrity. They have an online filter that tags each garment with its sustainable attributes to know precisely what you are purchasing. This chic ethical luxury womenswear is worth adding to your list! 

Maggie Marilyn

Photo: Instagram @maggiemarilyn

Transparency, empowerment and honest communication are things that Maggie Marilyn promises to strive for. Elegant and timeless clothes can be found in this quietly confident brand dedicated to sustainability. 

Marimekko

Photo: Instagram @marimekko

Finnish company turning 70 years old in 2021 is not something to look over. Its rich historical background and timeless designs make these items that are never thrown away and instead passed on from one person to the next. Made with sustainable materials and innovative collaborations, these colourfully patterned clothes will bring joy into anyone’s life.

MaisonCléo

Photo: Instagram @maisoncleo

This mother-daughter run business offers handmade pieces made by them in the north of France. The fabrics used are from surplus from French Couture Houses, designers and factories. You can even specify your own measurements in your basket to get a tailored piece!

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