Ethical Clothing Brands

A question we’re asked very often is what are your favourite brands and where do you shop? So we’re putting together a directory of sustainable, eco or ethical clothing brands. We’re adding to it each day so please do check back if you’re looking for inspiration. Also please do get in touch if there are any brands we should add.

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Armedangels
Beautifully designed pieces for both guys and gals.

Beautifully designed pieces for both guys and gals. A strong ethical approach is embedded in this brand’s approach to all aspects the business. Their blog is also worth checking out for more on their approach to fabric choices (from the new EcoVero fabric to their approach to wool)

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Deadwood

Deadwood make timeless leather jackets from recycled leather. They chop up old leather garments that have reached their expiration date in terms of style, and turn them into new beautiful looking jackets and accessories. This not only gives the jackets a soft worn-in feel but also makes it a far more sustainable alternative to the average newly produced leather jacket. The company’s approach is the antithesis of fast fashion and anxious design.

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Gung Ho
Gung Ho create sophisticated design with a purpose

Every Gung Ho garment has a hidden meaning within the print. Whether it’s the struggles of the endangered Tiger Moth and the use of pesticides or the British bee crisis, Gung Ho aim to connect people with important issues through subtleties in the design. They also support a number of charities that work closely with every chosen cause.

We love the signature embroidered bee sweatshirt (£95) and are saving up for the beautiful Beatrice necklace (from £170).

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Komodo
A wide range of eco conscious fashion clothing & accessories

A big range of styles and pieces for both men and women. Komodo also stock some partner brands such as MUD jeans.

The organic cotton socks are all beautifully designed and supremely soft!

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P.i.C Style

P.i.C stands for Partners in Crime.

The brand is consciously designed and lovingly made in a local London factory. The fabrics are locally sourced, sustainable, organic or select stock material.

The online shop features the eight-piece capsule wardrobe that combines to create over 50 different outfits. They also stock a few carefully chosen other brands.

The designs are all timeless with a slight edge to make them stand out from the everyday. The De Beau Cami is a firm favourite here at The Happens. It is made from a very soft bamboo silk and versatile enough to wear at a wedding or on the beach.

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People Tree
The fair trade fashion pioneer and online garment retailer

PeopleTree are 100% Fair Trade throughout the supply chain and accredited by the WTFO, the Fairtrade Foundation and the Soil Association so you can have faith in their ethical credentials.

A beautiful range of wardrobe stables and colourful prints. The Melia Jumpsuit (£145) and the Mina Breton top (£39) are both current favourites.

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Riyka
Each RIYKA collection is a small edit of fun pieces made of sustainable fabrics.

Each RIYKA collection is a small edit of fun basics made of sustainable fabrics, which carry the brands signature geometric panelling and vibrant pops of colour.
The Billi Sue sweatshirt (£120) is a favourite with vibrant pink shoulder panels and black leather panels.

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The Knotty Ones
Inspired by traditional Nordic crafts and babes with attitude, we make sustainable knitwear.

A range of contemporary knits with a great story. This brand was started by three friends who went travelling and met some garment workers. This exposure to the conditions experience galvanised them to do things differently. The Knotty Ones knits are made with sustainable fabrics and mostly by stay-at-home Mum’s in Lithuania.

This Loop Sweater (€169) has a great oversized feel and would be a great wardrobe staple.

They offer free shipping to our European customers on orders above $100.

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Vildnis
Eco-friendly fabrics, striking prints and bold silhouettes.

Stylish, very wearable womenswear clothing. Favourites include the Verdon utility jumpsuit and the Golfo Dulce shirt made from recycled polyester.

A UK based brand with a Danish founder, VILDNIS is founded on the team’s unwavering desire to drive a trend for sustainable fashion combined with our wish to make a positive contribution to the world.

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Y.O.U underwear
Stylish organic 100% cotton with a buy one, give one model

Classically stylish, made from organic Fairtrade cotton and with a buy-one-give-one promise, Y.O.U underwear is as good for the world as it is for your wardrobe.