Much of the sustainably made activewear and swimwear made today is constructed from the new generation of innovative, recycled textiles, like ECONYL and REPREVE. Brands like Bella Dahl (seen here) has made its own super-soft sustainable textile called Tenerca™.
Other sustainably made clothing, like jeans, rely on manufacturing with organic and recycled cotton, reducing their water consumption and incorporating laser technology instead of using toxic bleaches and fading agents.
Explore these responsibly run brands and discover how they are each manufacturing sustainably made clothing in their own unique way.
9seed is a women's clothing line designed with the world traveler in mind. Inspired by tropical beaches, find breezy dresses and cover-ups.
adidas by Stella McCartney is a fashion-forward, high-performance activewear range with half of the items made from recycled materials.
AGOLDE is a Los Angeles brand that excels at crafting premium vintage style denim and soft casual basics. The label is a strong advocate for made in USA sustainability.
Aje clothing is an Australian label known for voluminous dresses and separates. Hand-painted watercolor prints is one of the brand's signature details.
AMUR, an acronym for A Mindful Use of Resources, is an NYC-based women's clothing brand creating feminine pieces using sustainable textiles like organic, natural, and reclaimed fibers.
Antik Batik is a French brand embracing the Indonesian Batik dyeing technique and exquisite Indian embroidery. Find rich patterned textiles and a vintage aesthetic.
Apparis makes lush vegan fur coats in bold colorways to empower women. The label is committed to high quality, sustainable and animal-free manufacturing.
B Sides is a vintage-style jeans label that sources premium fabrics from denim mills in USA. With signature patchwork detailing, these jeans are new yet feel authentically time-worn vintage.
Banjanan is a clothing label making feminine print dresses using traditional artisanal printing and embroidery techniques in Jaipur, India.