Sedex is an independent organization that many ethical clothing brands rely on if they manufacture in factories overseas. Brands can map their supply chains for risks and initiate Ethical Trade Audits to ensure they continue to source responsibly.
Niche brands may manufacture in-house and have complete oversight of their worker’s welfare. Others, like Eleven Six, collaborate with ethical co-operatives to employ artisans in poor, isolated communities. Scroll down to explore and support these great ethical clothing brands.
All Things Mochi is a fashion brand with the tagline 'The Art of Embroidery'. It was born to support communities of talented artisan embroiderers. Mochi excels at vibrant ethnic embroidered pieces that pay homage to different cultures around the world.
ASCENO is all about timeless designs made for many years of multiple uses. Made from 100% natural fibers such as organic linen and silks.
Bec + Bridge is a treasured Australian brand designing pieces that epitomize modern, confident women. Known for party dresses, a bridal edit and swimwear.
BOYISH is a line of sustainable women's denim featuring vintage finishes and modern cuts. Produced entirely of recycled eco-friendly fabrics.
Chinti and Parker is a British brand creating luxuriously crafted cashmere clothing and knitwear in timeless styles.
Cotton Citizen is a Los Angeles brand with a passion for quality, timeless, USA-made clothing. Premium, hard-wearing basics you can be proud of.
dRa is a collection of modern wardrobe pieces from LA designer Diana Ra. Loved by celebrities for its elegant, feminine style.
EDWIN is a pioneering Japanese jeans brand known for cutting-edge denim finishes. It chooses to work with the only B-Corp certified apparel manufacturer in Asia which balances purpose and profit.