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Sustainable Fashion & Accessories, Organic Clothing for Babies & Kids, Natural Cosmetics, Home & Lifestyle, and more.

A Beautiful Story

Born in 2006 in Amsterdam, A Beautiful Story produces handmade jewelry and accessories in Nepal. Each piece has its own stone with a specific meaning, special for you. They foster fair working conditions for their artisans in the respect of the principles of “Fair Trade”.

A-dam

Based in Amsterdam, the brand produce underwear, socks and swimsuit for women and men with funny and original patterns. Made out Made out of 100% Organic Cotton certified GOTS, their pieces are fully sustainable and ethically produced.

ACBC

ACBC is the first Italian shoe brand to be B Corporation certified, meaning they meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance. They believe that materials should have a circular life cycle, thus being recycled and/or renewable biologics. They use totally animal free leather alternatives, recycled fiber blends and new technologies that aim for zero waste in the production of their shoes. Their mission is to care for the environment and all its living things.

Airpaq

Airpaq is a German startup founded in 2015. The brand offers durable, high-quality upcycling products made from automobile scraps. The main materials are seat belts from the car, airbags and buckle. They also think about every stage of production, respecting workers and environment according to EU standards.

AllMatters

AllMatters was founded in 2012 by Gitte Dalberg-Larsen who had the ambition to create simple, sustainable, and affordable period products. First releasing a menstrual cup for all sizes and eventually breaking into organic body care, AllMatters aims to help users live more consciously by developing products that strip away the unnecessary and encourage them to switch from disposable to reusable during their cycle.

Alohas

ALOHAS is a brand with the goal to inspire the endless summer lifestyle through its products and content. Designed and handcrafted in Spain looking always for the best quality standards, ALOHAS uses only certified sustainable leather or vegan alternatives.

Another Brand

Another Brand is a brand that cares about fair production and sustainability, choosing only natural materials. The garments are sporty and feminine at the same time and are made in small family-run businesses in Portugal or Mongolia.

Armedangels

It creates meaningful products with the finest materials and respect for humans and nature. Each piece has a timeless design and is produced with innovative sustainable materials. ARMEDANGELS thinks organic and is on a constant mission to combine fair working conditions with beautiful design. The collections range from t-shirts, to denim, to knitwear, and come in natural colors to fit each person's style.

Asportuguesas

Asportuguesas is a brand established in 2014 and the first in the world to produce cork flip-flops. Their products are 100 percent sustainable and use materials such as coffee beans, cotton, and wool. But, for the most part, cork, a tree that recovers every nine years without ever being cut down, thus living an average of 200 years. In addition, the brand has a strong local economy, where all the work is done exclusively by local workers.

Bufandy

Since 2013 Bufandy is an independent fashion label with a mission to deliver beautiful and timeless products, made with respect for the environment and people. Bufandy is a fusion between with Peruvian alpaca farming, Ecuadorian craftsmanship and Dutch design.

Cora Happywear

CORA Happywear was born from a gesture of courage by Elisabeth Tocca, who decided to start her brand by employing herself to constantly improve production processes and the environment. Since 2014, they have been producing garments that are respectful to the skin and the planet. They use GOTS certified organic cotton, TENCEL™ certified viscose. It is also OEKO-TEX R STANDARD 100 certified, an independent inspection and certification system for the entire textile world starting with raw materials.

Derbe

Since its inception, the Derbe brand has worked with the same manufacturers in Portugal and China. These are small, family-owned companies. Good working conditions and fair pay for workers have always been a prerequisite for Derbe. Derbe is still and still trying to find the best and most environmentally friendly materials and processes for the collections. Materials such as Kapok and Sorona are used to insulate winter jackets. These fillings are environmentally friendly and based on renewable raw materials. They are GOTS, GRS and Green Button certified.

Disana

Disana is a German company that produces from more than 25 years baby items such as cloth diapers and ciripà in natural fibers such as organic cotton. Disana is also part of the International Natural Textiles Association (IVN) and is committed to producing under strict ecological guidelines.

Donsje

Amsterdam-based Donsje produces adorable leather booties for babies and toddlers, as well as super sweet and stylish accessories for older children. The brand has a dedicated factory in Indonesia utilizing the talents of local artisans who create all the products by hand. Donsje adheres strictly to Fair Trade regulations.

ECO Cosmetics

Eco Cosmetics is a German brand that produces Ecocert-certified natural cosmetics, a full range of personal care products: physical filter sunscreens, hair and body cosmetics.

Ecoalf

ECOALF was born in 2009. The idea was to create a fashion brand that is truly sustainable. By integrating breakthrough technology, they create clothing and accessories made entirely from recycled materials.” ECOALF represents the fabrics for the future generations.

Eticlò

As its own name says it Eticlò is an Italian brand that promotes "ethical closet." Their philosophy is fair and sustainable across the board: from raw material selection and production to trade. Fabrics are exclusively of natural and logical origin, grown and processed with respect for the planet and people. The cotton and linen are 100% GOTS-certified organic. The beech fiber fabric is 100% plant-derived and the wool comes from organic farms.

Freitag

The perfect accessories for an urban style, yet sustainable. The Swiss brand produces since 1993 backpacks and bags from used tough truck tarpaulins and used car seat belts, by creating unique, timeless and resistant pieces.

Gosoaky

GOSOAKY is a brand based in Amsterdam. They create multifunctional products that fit a modern lifestyle. All products are handmade in small factories and are PFC + AZO free, because these toxic chemicals, which are used in many materials, can cause harm to our little ones as well as the environment.

Karinú

Karinú is a brand that produces sustainable clothing for babies and children. Their collections are mainly made from Pima Cotton, which is the softest and most durable cotton in the world. They also use wool from Alpacas, which is considered a fiber that gives the softness our babies need. Their cotton supplier has been producing organic cotton for over 30 years and was the first in all of Latin America to obtain the G.O.T.S. certificate. Whereas their alpaca wool one is the first farm in Peru and the world to obtain the Organic certificate for soils, pastures, animal handling and fibers.

Lanasia

Lanasia is a start-up founded by two sisters in Germany. The brand's slogan is "Sexy & Sustainable," this is because they produce very fashionable swimwear made from recycled plastic bottles. The production plants are located in Europe and Indonesia, where they treat workers fairly.

LangerChen

LangerChen has been a fair trade fashion brand since 2013. The GOTS-certified company has specialized in sustainable fashion production since its founding and is a pioneer in China with its standards of fair production and good working conditions. Their creative research team develops their own yarns and fabrics from organic wool, GOTS-certified cotton and linen, Lyocell (Tencel®) from sustainable forests. If it is necessary to use synthetics they use recycled polyester, recycled nylon, and bio-based nylon. LangerChen demonstrates that careful use of our planet's resources and an ecological footprint are the most important criteria of their brand.

Lanius

Founded in Germany in 1999, Lanius is a brand that aims to make fashion on fair terms by combining sustainable materials with sophisticated design. They mainly use natural and organic fibers, giving the fabrics an excellent quality.

Lavera

Lavera is a German company, founded in Hanover in 1987 after more than 10 years of research into alternative natural cosmetics. The company's philosophy has always been based on eco-sustainability and the creation of natural cosmetics that meet the needs of young and old alike.

Lefrik

Discover backpacks and travel accessories designed in Spain and made from recycled plastic bottles. Ethically and sustainably sourced.

Liewood

Products in silicone and organic cotton among other. Produced with a sustainable mindset. Accessories and interior in nordic style for babies and little children.

Manucurist

Manucurist is a Green beauty brand. They create products dedicated to all women with crueltyfree formulation and up to 84 percent from naturally sourced ingredients. Manucurist is committed to making formulations so pure that even children can use it without risk.

Mützenmafia

They are an ethical Fairfashion brand based in Graz, Austria. All products are handmade regionally in Austria and Slovenia with love and carefully selected materials. The Merino wool used is not subjected to the mulesing process and is certified "SHEEP FRIENDLY - NO MULESING."

Nikin

The young and active team of Nikin from Switzerland is committed to leave a mark: for every product sold such as t-shirts, sweaters, beanies and accessories they plant a tree. Most of their fabrics are made of organic cotton in combination with recycled polyester. Since 2019 they are officially certified GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) which guarantees a sustainable and fair production.

Nkuku

Homewares brand Nkuku combines style with sustainable design. Working with artisans from around the world, this British brand is known for its dedication to ethical production standards. Handmade home accessories and textiles take center stage, with a distinctive aesthetic that will add a touch of natural charm to any home.

O my Bag

O My Bag was born in 2010, when Paulien Wesselink traveled to India to visit leather producers. They currently work on the two sides of sustainability: the social and the environmental. The bags are produced in Kolkata, India, creating equitable employment opportunities. The brand cares that during the creation of the bags, all heavy chemical processes are avoided in the tanning process and they invest heavily in reducing CO2 emissions as much as possible, being LWG (Leather Working Group) certified.

People wear organic

From Germany, People Wear Organic has been producing organic cotton children's clothing since 1993, using only high-quality organic cotton from biodynamic agriculture certified by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and respecting the values of fairness and transparency throughout the production process.

Re-Bello

RE-BELLO is a sustainable fashion brand based in Bolzano, Italy, established in 2012 with the aim of bringing a real revolution to the world of fashion. They carefully choose their materials and prefer natural fabrics or fibers that are sustainably produced and made in Italy.

Rewoolution

Rewoolution clothes are pure Merino wool , 100% natural, renewable and biodegradable. They use only ZQRX-certified ethically produced wool from New Zealand. Its manner of production is sustainable and, once it is discarded, it returns to the natural decomposition cycle. Their efforts in the field of sustainability entail the use of renewable energy, reducing water consumption and a direct management of the entire production chain. As part of Successori Reda, their commitment to the environment and people has been confirmed by several certifications: EMAS certification, an eco-management system that guarantees full compliance with legislative standards and continuous improvement of environmental performance. B-Corp certification, the most advanced global standard designed to measure the economic, environmental and social impact of companies. Rewoolution is the first Italian sportswear brand to be awarded the B-Corp Certification. Each Rewoolution garment follows a fully tracked and traceable path: from farms in New Zealand to the Reda factories in Italy. Their collections are produced entirely in Italy, with a manufacturing process that is carefully supervised to guarantee high quality and maximum transparency. Rewoolution is 100% Made in Italy.

Rifó

Rifò is a startup born in 2018 in Prato, Italy, when Niccolò realized the problem of overproduction and overconsumption present in the fashion industry. The materials used for the brand are innovative where not only old garments are recycled, but the consumption of water, pesticides and chemicals used in normal production is greatly reduced. The traceability of waste is guaranteed by the GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certification of suppliers for the origin of the regenerated cashmere (100% "Made in Italy") and the analysis of the yarn to check its purity and condition. In addition, Rifò is a member of ASTRI (Italian Recycled Textile Association).

Super.natural

Super.natural combines the strengths of the finest Merino wool with those of functional polyester in one fiber to create high quality functional clothing for outdoor activities. This ensures comfort while providing both maximum functionality and outstanding design.

Swedish Stockings

Swedish Stockings is the world's first circular sock brand. The Swedish brand was born with the insight to produce socks from recycled and innovative materials. The polyamide used to create the stockings is not a raw material, but pre-consumer or post-consumer waste material from the nylon industries. Although nylon is a non-natural oil-based product, using nylon remnants from other industries prevents this excess waste from being sent to landfills.

Team Dr Joseph

Founded in 1986, TEAM DR JOSEPH is an expression of a deep fascination with the ingenuity of plants and their functional principles. Cosmesi bio di ultima generazione. Hightech and Nature for a vital and healthy skin.

Thinking MU

ThinkinMu was born in 2008, when a group of young friends became one of the first sustainable brands in Europe. It is a brand that controls every step of the process and include a transparency label in every garment to substantiate the story and impacts behind it. The brand holds the Gots, Organic Hemp, Global Recycled Standard and Refibra certificates.

Thoma Naturpflege

The Natural Soap Factory was established in 2010. Today it has expanded and produces different kinds of natural, sustainable and plastic-free cosmetics. Ninety-five percent of the raw materials used in the manufacture come from controlled organic cultivation, and all recipes are developed by Anke Thoma, who puts a lot of love and time into her products and brand.

Timberland

Since 1952, Timberland has been committed to protecting our planet. From footwear to clothing made from natural materials, the garments produced are the essential element in achieving the goal of sustainability. They are very innovative and use renewable eucalyptus, recycled and organic cotton, recycled plastic bottles, and leather from LWG-certified tanneries. They believe in positive social impact and try to engage all buyers to walk toward a better future.

Tiny Cottons

The brand was born 2012 as a family company in Barcelona. They produce kids and baby products mainly made in Europa with a strong image and story behind every collections.

Veja

Since 2003, the brand has been producing sneakers for men, women and children, with raw materials from Brazil. The brand was created to promote not only sustainability, but also fair working conditions.

Verb to do

Verb to do is a brand born in the Iberian Peninsula as a result of nonconformism and the desire to do. Inspired by this nonconformity and a passion for fashion, art and culture, the first collection of maxi-shoes was born to bring color to gray winter days. They produce accessories from recycled fibers, helping to reduce carbon emissions. 

Womsh

Womsh are beautiful and sustainable Italian sneakers that respect the planet and those who live on it: they were created out of a love for the land, craftsmanship and design. Womsh sneakers are 100% Made in Italy: 50% ethics, 50% aesthetics.

Xacus

It creates meaningful products with the finest materials and respect for humans and nature. Each piece has a timeless design and is produced with innovative sustainable materials. ARMEDANGELS thinks organic and is on a constant mission to combine fair working conditions with beautiful design. The collections range from t-shirts, to denim, to knitwear, and come in natural colors to fit each person's style.