I find so many wonderful, sustainable, ethical things that I can't give them all their own post. So here's some chic finds I wanted to share, all in one place for you to peruse:
This ethical fashion label partners with conventional designers to create artisan-made fashion that will appeal to everyone, not just bleeding hearts. It's a clever way to bridge the gap between fair fashion and popular fashion. (h/t Let's Be Fair
Melissa Joy Manning is one of – if not the
– most sustainable jewelry designers out there. So I was excited to see these beautiful and totally on point gold and pearl earrings with simple chains.
Christina Fischer is a new sustainably-minded label out of Denmark which upcycles and redesigns leather to create androgynous and minimalistic sustainable fashion solutions for conscious minded people. Every piece is handcrafted in Denmark with longevity in mind. Using recycled leather from European charity shops in her collection, she allows leather that is already in circulation and has outlived its original purpose, to get a new life whilst reducing waste. By supplementing her upcycled creations with certified organic cotton and eco-friendly swing tags, she takes her label one step closer towards her goal of a more sustainable fashion industry. I can see these bags becoming a go-to in your closet.
This company lets you buy just one pair or sign up for a monthly subscription service. The basic undies are made with the sustainable textile modal.
Colorado native Elise Ballegeer moved to Berlin in 2009 after working with and consulting for various fashion firms in New York. Combining natural, organic and sustainable materials and the finest local craftsmanship, Elise Ballegeer’s signature clean and understated apparel promote sustainable growth and social responsibility.
StyleSaint sells made-in-LA lace clothing that is meant to be timeless and worn year round. Each style tells you how much fair labor it provided and how much water was saved in its making compared to conventional fashion. They sell straight to the consumer to keep the prices affordable.