Sustainable Fashion

Do you want your wardrobe to have zero impact on the environment? To be made sustainably while also being responsibly manufactured? Shopping exclusively with sustainable brands and changing our shopping habits from fast to slow, is a good place to start.

Zen Koan Chakras
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Zen Koan

This new exciting range of comfy t-shirts, sweatshirts and prints from Zen Koan is inspired.

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The Emperor’s Old Clothes

The Emperor’s Old Clothes are a living wage employer which means every member of their team is paid the living wage or higher. The transparency of their clothes production is outlined clearly on thier website.

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Larsson & Jennings

Larsson & Jennings are a watch & accessories brand that is 100% vegan and cruelty-free and put sustainability first. Bringing together influences from Stockholm & London.

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Rapanui Packaging
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Let’s talk about packaging…

Since I started buying my clothing from sustainable companies, I have really loved seeing all the eco-friendly packaging the items arrive in. Most of them

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Ocean
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TWOTHIRDS

A zero-waste system that eliminates overproduction? Sounds impossible, but TWOTHIRDS achieve this with their pre-order system.

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Bamboo
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BAM – Bamboo Clothing

A fitness brand made from sustainable bamboo. If you are looking for basic tees, endurance clothing or running outfits, BAM is the place for you. Established in 2006, BAM create their products using soft and sustainable bamboo.

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Rapanui
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Rapanui Ocean Tee

Rapanui is ethical, sustainable and vegan. We love all their products for this reason. What makes them even better is how great the products feel

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Rapanui

What happens to your clothing when it’s worn out? How about returning it to the company that you bought it from so they can recycle it? That’s what Rapanui do…

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Thought Clothing Dress
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The thought concept is that we all need to live more thoughtfully. Consuming less and buying only what we need.
The Thought Clothing mantra is: “Wear Me, Love Me, Mend Me, Pass Me On”… as part of a cyclical process.

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