Tag: sustainable materials

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One by One is a clothing brand with a mission to create modern pieces with a unique and timeless sense of style.

Umran Aysan

London based U’mran Aysan’s eponymous collection, exudes simple, sleek, refined, timeless style. The classic lifestyle collection typifies the beauty of the Aegean region with a unique sense of spirit.

Featured Fundraiser – HOPE

With a belief that clothing can only be beautiful if it is made that way, HOPE sources sustainable and eco-friendly materials, and designs are crafted under fair working conditions.

Vyayama

Vyayama was founded with the intention of providing a natural alternative to synthetic yoga wear, with the belief that the products we use should be held to the same standards that we hold for ourselves.

iluut

Producing a classic Scandanavian collection, iluut designs are sustainably sourced and completely traceable.

John Alexander Skelton

British designer John Alexander Skelton designs iconically English menswear. Inspired by an exploration of the working class uniform, the collection delves into the stereotypes, perceptions and reality of British gangs.

Lovia

The fashion forward Lovia womenswear and accessories collection is produced in their atelier in Finland, from a broad range of materials including hemp, recycled fabric, organic bamboo, linen, silk, and a variety of leathers

Featured Kickstarter Campaign – Manakai

Manakai produce high-end, reversible swimwear made from recycled materials.

Skunkfunk

The Skunkfunk womenswear brands focus is respect for the environment and to the people that make their clothing.

Claire Wellesley-Smith

Claire Wellesley-Smith is a textile artist, educator and writer based in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

Featured Item – Bottletop Rucksack

This fabulous leather backpack from Bottletop hand made in Salvador, Brazil, made from traceable provenance leather and hand painted, upcycled aluminium ring pull tabs.

Pero

Indian designer Aneeth Arora for Pero creates a modern interpretation of local dress styles from the remotest parts of India.