• 69B Boutique

    Description:
    69b Boutique stocks an exclusive and contemporary edit of established and up & coming UK and international brands that are engaging in sustainable practices and philosophy.

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  • Ally Bee

    Description:
    Ally-Bee specialises in luxury womens' knitwear made from all-British natural fibre, crafted in the softest British alpaca and selected luxury British wool yarns. Sourcing and crafting done within a well-known local supply chain.

    Ethical Fair says:
    High-end knits that look very luxurious. If you want to steer clear of cashmere the alpaca knits look cosy! ethicalfair loves the inclusion of model measurements in the description...really helpful in selecting a size.

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  • Alora

    Description:
    Alora believes in being your own kind of beautiful. Alora jewels are inspired by the natural beauty of the Rockies and Ghana's free spirit culture, working with artisans in Ghana.

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  • Alternative Apparel

    Description:
    Focused on fabric innovation AA make modern basics for a sustainable future. AA is also a certified Green Business, a designation given by the City of Los Angeles.

    Ethical Fair says:
    An emphasis on casual and relaxed wear. A brand you'd be happy to wear walking in your neighbourhood as well as lounging on your couch.

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  • American Flora

    Description:
    Smart design and extensive use of eco-friendly Repreve® fabric ensures each piece in AF's collection provides the ultimate combination of luxury, comfort and performance. American Flora's collection of Life. & Sport. offers choices for "real women".

    Ethical Fair says:
    Created by a former dancer this brand offers a range of activewear not commonly found in other ethical retailers such as leotards and headbands. $1 of every sale is donated to breast care at Hartford Hospital.

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  • Annie Greenabelle

    Description:
    Annie Greenabelle was launched in September 2007 after two long years of research into the idea of establishing an ethical brand that would combine the use of organically grown, recycled and reclaimed fabrics. Annie Greenabelle have an ongoing relationship with TopShop and supply regular lines to th

    Ethical Fair says:
    Gorgeous products. ethicalfair has yet to make a purchase, but it's a regular go-to site during browsing.

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  • Antiform

    Description:
    All of the materials and workmanship involved in the production of Antiform clothing is sourced within the UK, and local to their studio if possible. They design and make their collections using reclaimed materials and mixing fashion forward shapes with heritage craft.

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  • ArabelLebrusan

    Description:
    Arabel Lebrusan has been committed to designing and making beautiful jewellery for the last decade. One of the first jewellery designers/retailers to be a Fairtrade gold and silver licensee and owner of the first ethical jewellery boutique in Sloane Street, London. Arabel designs each piece to strike you in three ways; beautiful design, beautiful quality, beautiful ethics. Arabel only works with ethical materials from responsible sources where the environment and the communities are cared for. Every piece has a story to tell and you can feel the quality of the craftsmanship with your fingertips. "Our jewellery is stylish and ethical, and our customer service friendly and approachable."

    Ethical Fair says:
    Fairtrade, responsibly sourced and beautiful. What more could you ask for! Especially if you are in the market for an engagement ring or other special piece.

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  • Armedangels

    Description:
    A German brand focused on timeless design instead of fast fashion, sustainable materials instead of cheap mass-produced goods and fair production instead of wage slavery. Fair, organic, social responsibility - they not only talk about it , but do what they say!

    Ethical Fair says:
    Great range of basics with simple elegance, from vest tops to blazers to dresses. A perfect place to stock up on essential items that can be mixed and matched to form a wonderfully versatile wardrobe.

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  • Armor Lux

    Description:
    Created in 1938 in Quimper, Armor Lux is today a brand being well-known for the originality of its clothes inspired by French maritime tradition and the values conveyed by the sea. The inspiration of the collections echoes in Brittany and out of its coastline.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This well known French brand has more than 50 stores throughout France. Those of us outside can purchase online.

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  • Bar Three 15

    Description:
    Three15 is a pop-up cocktail bar experience embracing stripped down spaces, back to basics and a DIY ethic. Products stocked have been chosen for quality, sustainability and taste. Sustainability, social and eco-responsibility are their top priorities. Available for weddings, festivals & events.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Created from recycled scaffold boards & using LED Flex (a low energy alternative to neon). Eco friendly kegs & bags. Vegan, sustainable, compostors & recyclers. What's not to love about these guys!

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  • BATIQUA

    Description:
    BATIQUA is an ethical brand bringing contemporary ethnic batik textiles handmade in Zimbabwe. We support women and empower them out of poverty while creating beautiful home textiles that are premium quality and ethically made.

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  • Beara Beara

    Description:
    Bags made using vintage Andean cloths, known locally as ‘aguayos’. All antique aguayos are hand woven and defined by the region where they are made. They hope everyone who purchases a Beara Beara appreciates the skill, determination, respect and love that goes into each one.

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  • Beaumont Organic

    Description:
    Founded by Hannah Beaumont in 2008, Beaumont Organic is a leading luxury ready to wear label for the modern women, creating contemporary clothes responsibly from luxury fabrics. Spending a little more on quality, luxury pieces that will last a lifetime is the foundation of their ethos.

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  • BeckettSimonon

    Description:

    Beckett Simonon is a footwear company that does things a bit differently in that all of our products are made-to-order. We run a new campaign each month with a couple products and once the campaign ends, only then do we start manufacturing. This allows us to keep prices low for great quality products, but also provides other benefits such as:

    • Much less material waste as we only produce what is ordered (plus a little extra to facilitate exchanges).
    • Smaller land-use footprint as we don't keep a large inventory. As soon as the products are made, they ship out to the customer rather than waiting in a warehouse.
    • More control over production so we can ensure ethical and fair working environments.
    • Since we don't have shoes that might never be sold, we never have to send unsellable items to the landfill if they turn out to not be popular.
    • Higher quality products that can be re-soled and don't have to be replaced as often (meaning fewer shoes in landfills).

    We also take ethical manufacturing very seriously. We visit our partner factory in Portugal regularly to make sure working standards are outstanding and all the factories are small and family-run. We also only use vegetable tanning for our leathers which is better for the environment and workers' health than chrome tanning which is unfortunately very common for leather goods sold at our price point.

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  • BegoodShop

    Description:
    Be good. Shop. brings you affordable ethical gifts for the whole family. Our ethical gifts are either British made, fair trade, charity supporting, upcycled, eco friendly, vegan or some wonderful combination of all of those! We know that given a choice we would all rather buy quality products that aren't harming our planet or the people who make them. We also know that your time is really precious, for these reasons we bring you Be good. Shop. A place where you can make a positive impact in the world while you shop. All products on the website have already been vetted for their sustainable credentials, so you can shop without the worry. We make sure only to work with suppliers that share the values of Be good. Shop. We look for suppliers who are values driven and understand there is a new way to make the products that we want to buy. As much as we can, we use companies who are registered with the relevant governing body, such as British Association for Fair Trade Shops & Suppliers. Some of our suppliers don't have any formal accreditation, but the way that they work aligns with the values of Be good. Shop. An example is ashortwalk, which is an award winning design and manufacturing company based in Cornwall. Most of their products are made here in the UK from recycled materials. They work with well known brands to turn their recycled waste into products.

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  • Beulah London

    Description:
    Beulah London is a luxury fashion brand based on British design, heritage and the empowerment of women. Over the last five years Beulah has gained international acclaim as a luxury fashion brand with a social conscience. Beulah London primarily designs elegant occasion and day to evening wear.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Gorgeous, select collection of pieces to suit any special occasion. Ethical Fair cannot wait to have an event to attend that warrants a purchase from this beautiful collection.

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  • Beyond Skin

    Description:
    Vegan footwear label who work closely with their factories in Spain to ensure no humans or animals are harmed in making their fashionable shoes. They are wildly dedicated to proving that fashion and ethics can go hand in hand!

    Ethical Fair says:
    Beyond Skin have adopted the unique 'dinamica' faux suede material which is made from 100% recycled PET plastics. Also stock a great range of bridal shoes. Mens coming soon.

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  • Bibico

    Description:
    Spanish designer Nieves Ruiz Ramos has moved away from the trend of cheap, fast fashion to make simple, stylish clothes. Bibico's collections are stitched, woven and knitted from high quality natural materials in fair trade cooperatives.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Beautiful, simple pieces with a great fit. The tea dresses are simply divine. Ethical Fair owns a Bibico jumper & loves the style.

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  • Biopac

    Description:
    Biopac is the leading UK developer and supplier of eco friendly packaging and catering disposables. They want to enable consumers to use biodegradable disposables and packaging items that decompose naturally and with no harmful effects on the environment.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Bulk orders only. Corporate branding and customisation is available across products.

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  • Birdsong

    Description:
    Birdsong's promise is that 70-90% of the money you spend on their fashion goes back to the women who made them – helping their groups to grow. You can read about the specific brands on their website.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This is a great effort and your money goes directly to the makers. It's worth bearing in mind that the goods themselves may not be organic or green, but this is a worthy endeavour supporting great causes.

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  • Boden

    Description:
    Boden is a British fashion brand & member of the Ethical Trade Initiative. Offers a range of basics, stylish statement pieces and workwear.

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  • Boho Hemp

    Description:
    BohoHemp was born out of a search for stylish eco friendly clothing in the UK. The store aims to bring more eco and ethical brands to consumers, including Nomads, Uprise & Wills.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A niche collection with an emphasis on yoga and loungewear.

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  • Bombus

    Description:
    Hand-made gifts and home accessories from a studio in rural Kent, UK. Offering gift ideas for every occasion and best known for the bespoke map location gifts.

    Ethical Fair says:
    The range of products featuring maps is absolutely amazing and you are sure to find a unique gift here. Maybe even for yourself! Read product details for specific ethics.

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  • Bourgeois Boheme

    Description:
    BB shoes are lovingly crafted without any animal-derived materials such as fur, leather, wool, silk and animal-based glues. There’s absolutely no PVC either. Instead, we choose high-quality, Italian-made cotton-backed microfibre PU (polyurethane), textiles and natural materials.

    Ethical Fair says:
    You don't have to be vegan to love BB's stylish range of shoes. They offer a range of unique and fashionable styles that will tempt even hard core shoe lovers.

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  • Brothers We Stand

    Description:
    Brothers We Stand was set up in solidarity with the men and women who make their clothes. Their vision is to support style loving people to build a wardrobe of stylish and sustainably made menswear.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Check individual products for their ethics.

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  • By Nature

    Description:
    By Nature is dedicated to help consumers make the right choices for a more sustainable world. Their philosophy is very simple: They aim to source the best organic, ethical and sustainable products available.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A great, diverse range of products. This is one of our first finds for ethical school uniforms and lunch supplies.

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  • Cambio Market

    Description:
    Cambio Market is an ethical lifestyle store for fashion forward and socially conscious people. They carefully research every partner in their store to bring you products that help you look good, feel good, and do good.

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  • Chandni Chowk

    Description:
    Chandni Chowk specialises in textiles, hand made in India and Bangladesh by skilled crafts people. They produce two main fashion collections annually (Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter) along with several other collections.

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  • Cock & Bull

    Description:
    The Cock & Bull Menswear Brand is a British design led brand launched in 2012 from a desire to offer a range of designer menswear entirely made in the UK from sustainable fabrics and yarns.

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  • Corkor

    Description:
    Corkor specialises in Eco-Friendly products made from cork. They employ a handful of local Portuguese artisans that work in a small workshop to make handmade cork products that can be used by environmentally conscious people without compromising their desire to be modern, stylish and trendy.

    Ethical Fair says:
    No fur, wool, exotic skin or other animal-derived fabric is used.

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  • Cred Jewellery

    Description:
    Cred Jewellery has been at the forefront of ethical jewellery since 1996. Cred is dedicated to their miners, standards of ethical and ecological mining and bringing Fairtrade to new countries. They want all jewellers to sell ethical pieces that benefit indigenous producers & stay eco-friendly.

    Ethical Fair says:
    The dedication of this brand to ethical practices in jewellery is staggering and second to none. Their pieces are beautiful as gifts or as a treat for yourself!

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  • Crepe Records

    Description:
    Crepe Records offer hand-printed ethical clothing with designs hand-drawn and screen printed in London. Core to the brand is only working with the best suppliers who care about their people and the environment with a massive helping of passion for music.

    Ethical Fair says:
    “To offer original, creatively designed and ethically made clothing to men and women that are inspired by music" How can you ignore a mission statement like that?

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  • Earth Conscious

    Description:
    Natural, organic, antibacterial & cruelty free deodorants that can be washed off with no threat to wildlife, marine life or plants. Supporting the Marine Conservation Society. Totally plastic free and dedicated to remaining eco friendly.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Ethical Fair LOVES this deodorant. After trying a few alternatives this is now the "go to" purchase & has stood up to months of testing. The lightly scented paste has also been very friendly to our sensitive skin. Don't be put off by the "hippy" or application method - we promise you will love it!

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  • EarthwiseGirls

    Description:

    Earthwise Girls is a UK store, stocking a wide range of reusable sanitary products, specialising in menstrual cups and reusable sanitary pads. We also stock a range of carefully selected bodycare products.

    All of the menstrual cups brands we stock have been vetted to ensure they do not use animal testing or have animal testing conducted on their behalf. We believe we are the only eco menstrual specialist to have taken this step. Our reusable sanitary pads are from a variety of brands, some are made in a cottage industry style by women sewing in their own homes in the UK, others come from further afield, including organic pads by Sckoon from Canada and Imse Vimse from Sweden, and ethically made pads from Eco Femme in India.

    To the best of our knowledge, all of the products we stock are made by companies who have a strong ethical standing, and are actively seeking to provide fair wages and good working conditions, as well as wonderful products.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Fantastic range of reusable sanitary products, including starter packs & travel bags.

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  • EdwardMongzar

    Description:
    The namesake of its founder and designer, Edward Mongzar is a ready-to-wear womenswear label that specialises in luxury, handcrafted and ethically conscious pieces. Each piece possesses serene luxury, encompassing the belief of unfading elegance, effortlessly. Edward Mongzar prides himself upon creating pieces that are gentle, ethereal and poised. Holding beliefs in honouring the artisanal crafts from which most contemporary work has been derived. In respect of this, the garments Edward Mongzar creates involve the timeworn practice of hand-weaving materials. Edward’s most treasured belonging growing up was a hand woven scarf from the village of his ancestry, given to him by his grandfather at a very young age. Edward felt it always kept him tightly connected to his family roots and tribal heritage. He was mesmerised by the stories of how the scarf came to be. Fine tuned expertise and devotion are given to every garment, resulting in unique and captivating creations. The fabric is painstakingly weaved over a period of days, perfectly woven by hand weavers of Nagaland in the North East of India. The materials are then dyed under the blazing sun, surrounded by the history and magnificence of the pink city of Jaipur. The garments are created by those skilled in some of the oldest crafts of fashion in two of the most culturally vibrant destinations of the modern world; displaying true artistry. Mastery never before seen in luxury garments. Edward Mongzar is pioneering unchartered territory, exposing the handcrafted luxury of marble dying and Naga hand weaving to a contemporary market for the very first time, executed with incredible ingenuity and dexterity. This connection to his Naga tribal heritage is very important to Edward and he is determined to give Naga hand weaving a new lease of life in a contemporary world. Edward keeps in the forefront of his mind that his team of weavers will always have an essential place in everything he does.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Edward adheres to a strict ethical code, using up-cycled leather for garments and recycled materials for packaging to minimise the environmental impact of his production process.

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  • Eighteen Rabbit

    Description:
    Eighteen Rabbit is an independent retailer selling fairly traded arts, crafts and gifts with a focus on style and design. They believe that beautiful things can help make the world a better place.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Lovely range of products, perfect for gifts. The store looks amazing and hopefully we will get to visit some day!

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  • Elephant Branded

    Description:
    For every ethically made, recycled bag or product purchased EB will donate an ergonomically designed schoolbag and kit to a child in Africa or Asia. Bags are made from locally sourced, recycled materials and look unique and funky.

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  • Elvis and Kresse

    Description:
    Elvis and Kresse make a range of trendy and unique accessories from upcycled London Fire Brigade hoses. The brand re-distributes up to 50% of profits to projects and charities related to the unique materials & 50% of profits from the fire hose range are donated to the Fire Fighters Charity.

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  • Epona

    Description:
    Epona has been selling Fairtrade clothing in the UK since 2002. They offer a range of hoodies for men and women, sweatshirts, sweatpants and shorts. All products are made from Fairtrade cotton and certified by the Fairtrade Foundation.

    Ethical Fair says:
    The only place I've seen where you can buy a fairtrade onesie!

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  • EthicallyOrganic

    Description:
    Organic, cruelty free, chemical free, award winning skin and hair care products from Africa Organics, Eco By Sonya, Dr Bronner's, Salt Of The Earth and Skin&Tonic. Our Ethos is "Ethically Organic" cruelty and chemical free.

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  • Ethletic

    Description:
    Fair, vegan and sustainable - that is the Ethletic brand. An ethical alternative to traditional consumer products. Ethletic manufactures organic sneakers and gets its organic cotton from a Calcutta-based mill.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Ethletic is probably best known for it's Converse alternatives, but they also offer a range of cute sandals & cotton shoes. Ethletic openly takes part in "who made my sneaker" as part of the Fashion Revolution campaign.

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  • Ettitude

    Description:
    Ettitude is committed to create beautifully designed, heavenly soft organic bamboo bedding at an accessible price. Products are made from the finest organic bamboo and are allergen and irritant-free. They are also beautiful!

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  • Even Odd Creative

    Description:
    EvenOdd makes one of a kind bags and unique fashion accessories from upcycled materials. If you want a boring, cookie-cutter bag off an assembly line in China, forget it and go to the mall, because you won’t get one from them.

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  • FAIR - For All Its Rights

    Description:
    FAIR is a brand that combines the true vegan philosophy with quality and design. FAIR represents shoes that suit different styles for different people and highlight that fashion can be ethical, sustainable and above all cruelty and animal-free. Take a kinder step into FAIR’s world.

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  • Fair Trade Jewellery Co

    Description:
    FTJCO was the first jeweller in North America to use Fairtrade certified gold. Their goal is to make the best designs using the best materials.

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  • FunkyKalakar

    Description:
    At Funky Kalakar, we bring alive the stories of the ancient craft in the form of contemporary designs by handcrafting them using natural or upcycled materials.

    Ethical Fair says:
    The brands primary motivation has been to serve as a conduit to showcase art forms that would have otherwise been a forgotten legacy. They create artifacts using Ajrakh, a vegetable dyeing process that dates back 4500 years, and Madhubani, an art form that implements the use of natural dyes and

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  • Gandys

    Description:
    Designed in London. Inspired by travel. Fueled by giving back. The brand's "Orphans for Orphans" mission supports children in need of basic essentials such as nutrition, shelter and education. Gandys flip flops are 100% FSC-certified rubber.

    Ethical Fair says:
    With a heartbreaking but inspiring story, this brand proves that you can do good but also be stylish. Ethical Fair thinks their range is even more fab than the top leading fashion brands. Their flip flops adorn quite a few famous feet!

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  • Gather and See

    Description:
    Gather&See offers curated collections from the very best in sustainable fashion talent from around the world and presents sustainable fashion in a fresh and innovative way. Each brand fits a founding principle: Fair trade, Organic, Recycled, Eco-friendly, Handmade and Small Scale Production.

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  • Glass ReForm

    Description:
    Offers a cleaner, more modern alternative to the UK's remaining glass industry. Hand recycled and upcycled glass products.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Wow, what an amazing range of glassware. Sure to be a conversation piece at your next dinner party!

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  • Globe Hope

    Description:
    An innovative Finnish company that designs and manufactures ecological & sustainable products by upcycling left over and unused materials into new unique clothes, bags and accessories. We live by 3 key values: aesthetics, ecology and ethics.

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  • Green Fibres

    Description:
    Greenfibres wants to offer customers beautiful and useful products that are kind to the environment and to our health and well-being, with a dedicated, personal service.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Read their about page & feel like they value their customers like old friends.

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  • Green Glass

    Description:
    Green Glass is all about making great looking, useful things from recycled glass. We transform used beer and wine bottles into funky glasses. Broken glass is ground or melted to produce gorgeous products.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Stand out among your friends when hosting your next games night or dinner party. This glassware will be a real conversation piece amongst your guests.

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  • Green Tulip

    Description:
    Green Tulip offers customers products that are not only stylish and contemporary, but that have also been produced without exploiting people, animals or the environment. Each product falls into 1+ of six ethical categories Green Tulip is committed to.

    Ethical Fair says:
    You will find some beautiful products here that we haven't seen on any other sites. Not only will you find some great gifts, you'll probably want at least one little something for yourself too! Outside UK? Contact for delivery info.

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  • Grehom

    Description:
    Shop providing ethically source products from all over the world under Fair Trade protocol. Many items are exclusive to the store.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Lovely range, especially the glassware. ethicalfare has a beautiful set of wine glasses that get huge compliments every time.

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  • Gusti Leather

    Description:
    Gusti Leather believe they guarantee ecological sustainability because all of the leather that they use is sourced from animals that are bred primarily for meat production. There are two key lines across animal skin types and preparation methods.

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  • Helo Eco

    Description:
    Helo eco is an online-exclusive eco fashion store, bringing together all the freshest, hottest new ethical fashion brands under one virtual roof. Specialising in eco-friendly clothing, recycled clothing, vegan shoes, hand made accessories and fair trade clothes for men and women.

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  • Here Today Here Tomorrow

    Description:
    Here Today Here Tomorrow is a collaborative studio shop in London, used to design, showcase and sell sustainable and ethical fashion and accessories. Carries a range of hand knitted 100% wool clothing and accessories with more to come!

    Ethical Fair says:
    HTHT works with artisans from the Association for Craft Producers (ACP) in Kathmandu, a not-for-profit fair trade organisation certified by the WFTO. They provide opportunities for low income, primarily female artisans in 15 different districts of Nepal.

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  • Heshima Kenya

    Description:
    The Maisha Collective is a peer-driven, social enterprise program of Heshima Kenya, a non-profit that protects, educates and empowers vulnerable refugee women in Kenya. Members hand-dye and design scarves that are sold across the globe, with 100% of profits reinvested to better serve our women.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Scarves use traditional African dyeing techniques, called resist dyeing, is hand-made and one-of-a-kind. They would make an awesome gift.

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  • Hiut Denim Co.

    Description:
    Hiut Denim focus on one thing - amazing jeans and they do so in a town that lost a huge denim producer. The Grand Masters make only 100 pairs of Hiut's a week and this underpins the brand's philosophy - quality over quantity, while reinvigorating their town.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Hiut Denim offers free repairs for life.

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  • Howies

    Description:
    Howies is a small active clothing company in Wales. They believe that longer lasting clothing is better for the environment & strive to be low impact, using organic cotton.

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  • iKotton

    Description:
    Be comfy and confident in organic cotton. We design undergarments that are kind to your skin and gentle on the planet.

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  • Ingle and Rhode

    Description:
    Ingle & Rhode launched in 2007 to offer an ethical alternative to the traditional luxury brands. They source pure gold and platinum from only certified Fairtrade or recycled sources & diamonds and gems can be traced back to mine of origin. All their jewellery is designed and made in the UK.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Visits are by appointment only, so if you see something you like give them a call. Wedding related jewellery only.

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  • j.jackman

    Description:

    Our view on sustainability is multifaceted, bust starts first and foremost with ensuring that fair wages are paid to our seamstresses. We currently work with three independent seamstresses who earn 2x the German minimum wage to sew our garments in Berlin.

    Beyond that, we source only locally produced fabrics - mainly from small family-run mills in France, Italy, and Germany. For our organic range, we use organic cotton from either Turkey or France. Lastly, we design classic pieces meant to last. From the types of stitches used to the classic styles - our goal is to create pieces women will love now and in ten years from now.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Wow. What a beautiful collection of designs. Not just for leisure time, you're sure to find some pieces for work from j.jackman.

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  • Jan N June

    Description:
    All Jan N June products are made in Poland in a family-owned factory, with certified materials from either Turkey or India. They use many organic, recycled and innovative fabrics in their designs.

    Ethical Fair says:
    They have a contract with their supplier prohibiting third party outsourcing which is commendable. Use #blckisthenewgrn and #byebyefastfashion as a hashtag if you believe that fashion can be sustainable and fashionable!

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  • Jason

    Description:
    The JASON brand is devoted to using only natural ingredients. There are no artificial colours or animal by-products, the packaging is bio-degradable and packaged in recycled and/or recyclable containers. All products are certified Vegetarian.

    Ethical Fair says:
    ETHICAL FAIR loves Jason! This product can be seen on display in many of our rooms: from hand soap to body moisturiser...and every step in between! We especially recommend their dandruff treatment as an excellent alternative to the cruel high street brands.

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  • Just Trade

    Description:
    Just Trade is a jewellery brand, founded in 2006 to give artisans a route to market for their goods. The artisans are the collaborative designers of the pieces, made to appeal to a European market.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A unique and beautiful range of pieces. The tagua animal pendants are stunning - tagua is a nut-based ivory alternative believe it or not!

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  • Juuty

    Description:
    Handmade high-quality hand- and travelbags in jute and eco-friendly leather, produced in a Fairtrade manufactory in Bangladesh, creating both sustainable jobs & fashion. The factory encourages female participation and equality & Juuty donates a bag of provisions per bag sold.

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  • Kaight

    Description:
    To provide consumers with fashion-forward clothing and accessories options that meet the following criteria: local production, organic textiles, reclaimed materials, fair-trade or zero waste; we source goods that reflect a value system that respects humankind and the environment.

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  • Kalaida

    Description:
    Kalaida is a promoter of local design and production, adhering to sustainable ideals. All items are ethically sourced, using the best materials possible and producers are paid a living wage. They actively promote up and coming designers and reusable fashion.

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  • Katherine Feiel

    Description:
    Katherine collects vintage fabrics and uses these discarded gems to create new pieces. She gives fabric new life by incorporating it into one of her designs. Gowns are bespoke, fully guaranteed to fit perfectly and is made from ethically purchased raw materials.

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  • Keep Boutique

    Description:
    The vision ia a one-stop shop offering a curated selection of the most stylish, yet affordable, ethical fashion. Clothes to keep.

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  • Komodo

    Description:
    Inspired by the culture and colours of Asia and passionate about creating an eclectic mix out of Eastern and Western design ideas. Komodo has been a pioneer brand, promoting the use and development of Organic Cotton, Hemp, Bamboo, Tencel and other natural fibres since the early 90s.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Some unique pieces and a nice selection of wardrobe basics. You will find some very unique patterns to tempt you in this store.

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  • Kuyichi

    Description:
    Brand established in 2001 after the founding NGO discovered big brands weren't interested in organic denim. The name comes from the Peruvian God of Rainbow.

    Ethical Fair says:
    ethicalfair cannot praise these jeans highly enough. They are comfortable, long-lasting & look really expensive! The leg length was a lot longer than expected so order with that in mind.

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  • LanaBambini

    Description:
    Lana Bambini is a family-run business offering high quality specialising in wool or wool and silk underwear. We offer products that are safe and natural. We believe that children (and grown ups!) have the right to clothing and bedding which is free from harmful substances. We are passionate about sourcing beautiful, good quality clothing and on our site you will only find products that have been made in an ethical and environmentally responsible way. No sweatshop labour, no nasty chemicals and no synthetic fabrics that will never break down.

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  • Little Cherry

    Description:
    Parties are normally full of plastic plates, cutlery, tablecloths, party bags and toys. And the terrible thing is that five minutes after the party the whole lot is thrown in the bin, to sit there for thousands of years. Little Cherry challenges you to party without the plastic!

    Ethical Fair says:
    Nobody wants to do dishes after a party & being green doesn't mean you have to. But you can make more positive choices about the disposable plates/cups you use. Little Cherry has everything - even biodegradable balloons!

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  • Little Green Radicals

    Description:
    Little Green Radicals makes beautiful, colourful organic & Fair trade clothes for babies & kids. A commitment to organic cotton, fair trade and positive employee conditions underpins all their activities.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Gorgeous organic baby and kids products with some really fun slogans like "Stop the Wailing" and "Wind Farm". Bye bye boring, hello unique!

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  • Liv

    Description:
    Liv’s vision is to make it easy for you to find beautifully-created, ethically-made clothing and homeware that’s kind to your pocket.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Wonderful supplier of homewares that will make your home feel like a hotel. ethicalfair is the proud owner of a set of bedlinen from Liv and can confirm it is like sleeping on a cloud!

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  • Lowie

    Description:
    Started in 2002 by designer Bronwyn Lowenthal, Lowie’s philosophy is to produce beautiful clothing as ethically as possible, without jeopardising design.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Fantastic selection of unique and quirky items. ethicalfair has purchased several items in the last few months & never been unhappy. Some of the pieces can be a little pricey, so watch out for those sales.

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  • LUMA

    Description:
    LUMA sources luxurious home textiles that are also organic and ethically-made, offering an ever changing collection of beautiful homewares from the small, the unique and the inspiring. Many products sustain remote communities through use of traditional skills and support of poverty relief projects.

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  • Made & More

    Description:
    Made & More is a Belgium based online store dedicated to sustainable fashion and transparency on who, and how was made your garment. Through the brands chosen, they want to offer an alternative to fast-fashion for conscious consumers. Local production, transparency and know-how are key.

    Ethical Fair says:
    All items made in Europe. For each product, find out the origin, the designer history and much more on the individual listings.

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  • Made By Talented

    Description:
    Talented is an ethically made and ecologically printed collection of bags - from purses, to laptop cases, to weekenders. Featuring the best of British design and using upcycled or natural fabrics, Talented celebrates the bag as an art form. For sale on http://www.doodle-bag.com

    Ethical Fair says:
    Wow! A collection of truly beautiful & "must have" totes created by quirky designers. These are the kinds of items I love about ethical fashion - you just know everyone who sees you with it will want to know where you got it.

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  • Made UK

    Description:
    Made UK aim to create positive change through the production of beautiful and unique jewellery and accessories. Each unique piece in the Made collection is hand crafted by highly skilled, dedicated artisans in their workshop in Kenya.

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  • MadeGood

    Description:
    We are a small family business, established with the aim of offering an alternative to mass produced, unsustainable and poor quality goods which have come to dominate our lives. We offer simple yet well made, high quality and long lasting products for your home. Buy well, buy once! Objects should always be fit for purpose, durable and functional. By consuming less, purchasing more thoughtfully, and sending fewer things to the landfill, we make better use of the Earth's resources and create more space in our homes and lives for what we love. All our products have been made by people who put a great deal of care into what they do and in many cases have been making them in the same way for generations.

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  • Makki

    Description:
    Makki's tagline is ‘Responsible Luxury’ as they can guarantee all their bags are by-products of the wider food industry. They are committed to both ethical and stylish products and are definitely a luxury brand.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Eel is widely eaten in South Korea and therefore is only exotic to other markets. It's unique panelling makes the products look very stylish and not inferior to cow leather. The range is colourful with some very eye catching designs.

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  • Matt & Nat

    Description:
    Being inspired by MAT(T)erial and NATure means exploring the synergy between the two, the reflection of one on the other.

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  • Matter Prints

    Description:
    A socially motivated business, creating a series of fun, functional pants using artisan printed and loomed fabric, supporting the livelihoods of rural artisan communities. Each product aims to be comfortable but not sloppy, easy to care for and timeless. No fast fashion here!

    Ethical Fair says:
    These pants are beautifully designed and funky. They would look great with casual sandals or dressed up with accessories to take you to evening.

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  • Maude and Tommy

    Description:
    Maude and Tommy choose brands that are conscientious about their environmental impact and their business practices are determined by principles of justice, equality and with the minimal environmental footprint. Each item is carefully selected by the store.

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  • Meher Kakalia

    Description:
    Meher Kakalia is from Karachi and wanted to design an original collection of shoes based on her country’s rich tradition of hand embroidery and shoe making.  She remains committed to respect for tradition, empowering women, using sustainable and recycled material and limiting the use of toxic gl

    Ethical Fair says:
    Truly beautiful shoes and sandals that will bring a touch of boho elegance to any outfit. This range allows you to introduce some hand crafted pieces to your wardrobe while remaining elegant.

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  • Monkee Genes

    Description:
    Monkee Genes was born in 2006 out of the frustration of the denim market, to offer something fresh vibrant and youthful. In today's fragile environment Monkee Genes is the independent label to watch, on trend, affordable and with an eco and ethical conscience.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Incredibly active and socially conscious brand. Check out their site for full details of all their social activities.

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  • MOSAMI

    Description:
    Mosami’s beautiful designs are inspired by tradition and folklore from the global village, the symbolism in each piece tells a unique story that becomes deeply personal to its wearer. Our jewellery makes a truly thoughtful gift or personal talisman. Mosami’s collection uses recycled or Fairtrade silver and wherever possible jewellery is sourced from social enterprises in developing communities. A vast majority of precious metal miners currently work in unacceptable conditions for inexcusable pay. In committing to Fairtrade silver we are actively working to improve the lives of the many families who struggle to scrape a living from artisanal mining. Mosami is proud to be one of only ten jewellers in the world to pioneer Fairtrade silver. Fairtrade silver is in very short supply, so when we are unable to use it to make our jewellery we use recycled silver instead. This means that we are using the planet's resources mindfully, re-using a material that is infinitely re-usable and reducing the need for environmentally destructive mining practice by immoral businesses.

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  • Mudd and Water

    Description:
    Their aim is simple - to deliver to you a fresh approach to fashion. Beautiful colours, distinguished design, elegant prints & attention to detail have become mudd & waters signature. A brand for today that cares about tomorrow.

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  • Myakka

    Description:
    Myakka specialises in beautifully hand crafted, hardwood Indian furniture, often exclusively designed for their store. All furniture is 100% fair trade and made from wood sourced from fast-growing sustainable plantations.

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  • Nae

    Description:
    No Animal Exploitation (nae) proposes a fair and animal-friendly alternative, against human exploitation and respecting the environment. nae does not use any animal products and does not manufacture shoes in factories that practice human exploitation.

    Ethical Fair says:
    nae offer some really beautiful, unique cork sandals & shoes. You definitely won't run into another person wearing the same shoes!

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  • Nancy Dee

    Description:
    Nancy Dee is a pioneering womenswear label which combines a strong ethical philosophy with an equally uncompromising focus on style. Exclusively designed and made in Britain, inspired by contemporary classic designs and specialising in jersey.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Beautiful collection with a great selection of options for special occasions such as wedding, party or work function. Definitely a stand out brand mid-way on the expensive designer to casual highstreet scale.

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  • Naturalmat

    Description:
    Naturalmat produces a huge range of baby and adult mattresses, as well as bases and toppers, only using natural materials like organic lambswool from local sheep.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Naturalmat offers a wide range of mattress and bedding products but also some great baby furniture and accessories.

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  • Nkuku

    Description:
    Nkuku specialise in stylish, eco-friendly and fair trade gifts. All products are inspired by the traditional skills of artisans throughout Africa and India.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Their products are both unique and stylish, moving away from a stereotypical view of African & Indian crafts to one of stylish, high quality craftsmanship.

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  • No Harm

    Description:
    NOHARM offers cruelty-free non-leather footwear, clothing and accessories. All NOHARM footwear is crafted in Italy by artisans in fair labour environments.

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  • No Nasties

    Description:
    Starting from seed up, a No Nasties garment is a labour of love - love for the planet, love for fellow beings, love for good design. They want to start a consumer movement in India for ethical fashion.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Encourages consumers to do more by buying fairtrade or organic to create demand, without demanding huge lifestyle changes. A great message and a really inspiring website.

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  • Noah

    Description:
    NOAH offers fashionable, high-quality vegan shoes produced in limited numbers in Italy by small companies that guarantee fair working conditions.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This is an ethical shoe brand that can stand up beside any mainstream brand and be counted. No hippy designs or artisan embellishments - just finely crafted vegan shoes.

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  • Nomads

    Description:
    Created by two backpackers who fell in love with India, this brand really serves the niche market for bohemian fashion with an ethnic feel.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Beautiful and unique pieces. ethicalfair has purchased one or two items to use as "key pieces". Not a go-to store for staples but you will be complemented on any nomads piece for sure.

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  • Nudie Jeans

    Description:
    Nudie Jeans are a company passionate about denim and the journey we take with each pair of jeans we own. Their website contains guides on how to break in a new pair, how often you need to wash jeans & kits to repair worn jeans. They also stock shirts, tees & sweaters.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Nudie Denims are made from 100% organic cotton and from their site you can see how committed they are to ethical production and slow fashion. Ethical Fair has fingers crossed for a women's range!

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  • Nurmi

    Description:
    Nurmi is a transparent clothing company from Lahti, Finland. Nurmi creates clothes and accessories where the nordic tradition of minimalism and long-lasting design goes hand in hand with true sustainability.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Sadly Nurmi is closing after the Sep 2015 collection. But stay tuned for something new that will be just as stunning we're sure!

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  • NV London Calcutta

    Description:
    An ethical accessories company producing timelessly beautiful, classically handcrafted handbags and accessories for men and women, designed in England created in Calcutta, West Bengal. Their products are stylish, chic & offer personalisation options.

    Ethical Fair says:
    These handbags & purses are seriously luxurious and the personalisation options enhance the beauty of each item, rather than appearing like an "add on".

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  • Offset Warehouse

    Description:
    Eco textiles for fashion and interiors. This store stocks a range of the best available ethical fabrics, trims, haberdashery and paints of the highest quality.

    Ethical Fair says:
    ETHICAL FAIR has used Offset Warehouse to purchase both fabric and haberdashery. Recommended source of eco fabrics. Be sure to check out their Sale and Bargain Basement sections.

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  • On Friday

    Description:
    OnFriday sources the very best upcycled, recycled and fairly traded bags from designers and suppliers who believe that it is possible to adopt a more ethical way of life without having to compromise on quality or design.

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  • Outsider Fashion

    Description:
    Outsider Fashion is the Ethical Fashion clothing destination with the motto “Ethical fashion should just look like fashion”. They were one of the first eco and ethical fashion brands to establish in the UK.

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  • Paul Mitchell

    Description:
    Salon hair care brand producing high quality professional hair care products. The first professional beauty company to stand up against animal testing. Ongoing charitable efforts.

    Ethical Fair says:
    ETHICAL FAIR has switched to using Paul Mitchell styling products. We love that you can get the quality expected of any more famous brand without the cruelty. A firm favourite.

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  • People Tree

    Description:
    People Tree is recognised by customers and the fashion industry as a pioneer in Fair Trade and environmentally sustainable fashion. For over twenty years, People Tree has partnered with Fair Trade artisans and farmers in the developing world to produce a collection of ethical and eco fashion.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Great range of products with high quality design and finish. A pioneer in the fair trade fashion arena. They have regular sample sales in London, so sign up to their mailing list.

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  • Pigeon Organics

    Description:
    Organics for Kids Ltd was founded by Jane Shepherd in 2004, based on a lifelong passion for textiles and a deep interest in environmental solutions. They have a playful and contemporary style, while not forgetting their environmental credentials.

    Ethical Fair says:
    You might have known these guys in a former life as "Organics for Kids". A beautiful collection for 0-3 years featuring unique patterns - definitely not the same ol' styles you will see in your average baby store.

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  • PlaineProducts

    Description:

    Plaine Products offers all natural shampoo, conditioner and body wash in aluminum bottles that are returnable, refillable and reusable, we provide an alternative to single use plastic!

    Our products are paraben, sulfate and toxin free, biodegradable and color safe. Our products have organic, nonGMO, vegan ingredients to nourish your hair and skin. Together we can reduce waste and help stop the spread of single use plastic.

    How does it work? You order your preferred products. When your bottles are low you order a refill, or you can subscribe and we’ll send the bottles automatically. When the refills come you’ll switch the pumps over and send back the empty bottles in the refill box for free. Then we clean the bottles, refill them and reuse them.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This is a super idea. These bottles will look great in your bathroom & help the environment!

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  • Po-Zu

    Description:
    Po-Zu: shoes with a good sole! Ethical shoe crafter who have a mission to provide your feet with unique respite from the frantic pace of busy lives, and to halt the damage that modern footwear manufacturing often causes to people and planet.

    Ethical Fair says:
    The "design your own" range looks super tempting. And who wouldn't love the idea of a mattress for your feet!

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  • PrismLondon

    Description:
    PRISM was launched in 2009, by founder/creative director Anna Laub an ex-style editor, born out of a desire for optical glasses that were both fashionable and functional. Her love of sunnier climates, together with her obsession with functionality and an attention to detail, has brought her to develop her minimal aesthetic into a whole range of Designer Resort Wear: from beachwear and swimwear to beach bags and Espadrilles; all the while maintaining the same ethos to make luxury products that are equally functional as they are beautiful. The eyewear collection is handmade in the Treviso region of Italy; the historic home of glasses-making cut from blocks of acetate, exclusively developed for PRISM, each frame is as unique as the wearer. Travel-inspired Handmade Hand Bags are all made in the UK from the perfect day-to-night handbag to the most functional modular travel/beach bag, while our luxury espadrilles and sandals are all made by hand in Spain. Each item is named after a destination it was inspired by.

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  • Procraftinations

    Description:
    Procraftinations believes in the sustainable community development and is pioneering the first colombian multi-brand online shop and marketing platform for ethical/sustainable fashion accessories. Procraftination connects artisan communities and designers with the global marketplace.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Procraftinations offers very unique and hand crafted jewellery. The collection is small but that only makes each piece all the more unique.

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  • QueensWoodStudio

    Description:
    Eco friendly precious jewellery handmade from recycled silver and gold and reclaimed vintage gemstones.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Wow! From the jewellery right down to the packaging QWS has the environment and ethical sourcing in mind at every step. Seriously one of a kind pieces. Highly recommended!

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  • Rapanui

    Description:
    Rapanui is an eco-fashion company from the Isle of Wight (UK), making men's and women's eco-friendly clothes. Clothing is made from organic or recycled materials in an ethically accredited, wind powered factory.

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  • Really Eco Baby

    Description:
    They stand by their name at Really Eco Baby. Whether it's for a friend's baby shower, baby's christening, whether you're celebrating a new arrival, or you're looking for Christmas or birthday presents, you will be able to find something that is really eco, ethical, organic but also lovely!

    Ethical Fair says:
    "If a product is not eco-friendly, organic or recycled, we won't sell it to you! That's a promise." Ethical Fair loves this simple yet powerful promise. Check out their gift boxes for new mums & babies.

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  • Reve en Vert

    Description:
    Reve en Vert stocks a range of items produced by suppliers who are sustainable and operate by fair trade principles. They champion independent designers who manufacture in their own countries. ReV also partner with "Trees for the Future" under the slogan “Planting Trees, Changing Lives”.

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  • Rose & Fitzgerald

    Description:
    A design-and-craft studio based in Kampala, Uganda, founded by a Californian couple who wanted to merge their sense of coastal living and contemporary fashion with the beauty of the indigenous materials and craftspeople they encountered in their adopted home of Africa.

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  • Rosina Mae

    Description:
    Edgy swimwear and apparel ethically produced in the USA, Rosina~Mae has unique silhouettes and fabrics. The collection consists of wearable staples that mix and match. Rosina Mae has used ECONYL (regenerated nylon) in their range since 2013.

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  • Sapelle

    Description:
    Sapelle is a retail shop, selling the very best of Africa's contemporary fusion fashion - merging gorgeous textiles and decorative effects with modern Western styling. Sapelle is founded on ethical principles with products sourced only from ethical designers, social enterprises and artisans.

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  • SeaSalt

    Description:
    Long running brand, stocked both in branded stores and across the country. Proud to be based in and inspired by Cornwall. 2013 winner of Queen's Awards for Enterprise - Sustainable Development.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Quirky pieces and beautiful prints - what's not to love! The rainwear is functional yet super stylish. ETHICAL FAIR loves this shop.

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  • ShoppingForAChange

    Description:
    Shopping for a Change® (SFAC) is a nonprofit social enterprise committed to empowering indigenous artisans (predominantly women) from economically disadvantaged communities around the world, raising their standards of living, subsidizing both community improvement projects abroad and U.S. based charitable organizations, all while further encouraging a sense of social consciousness amongst consumers. SFAC was established to create an extended global marketplace for fair trade products produced by artisans, artisan co-ops, and companies that employ these artisans. Working in symphony with over 55 partners in 30 countries we help educate artisans on competing in a world marketplace, while helping preserve local handicraft traditions, all while following fair trade principles. It is through these endeavors that SFAC is Empowering others, transforming lives® The artisans are paid up front for their work according to terms they set. All products are made in accordance with fair trade principles. Half of SFAC’s net proceeds fund Community Improvement Projects abroad in our artisans' communities, focused on clean water, health care and education. The other half is directed to various U.S.-based nonprofit organizations chosen by the consumer at checkout.

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  • Silverstick

    Description:
    Silverstick is a British adventure goods company based in the South Downs National Park. They create high quality, eco-conscious clothing for outdoor people. Silverstick specialises in premium organic cotton and our clothing is made in accredited factories in Europe.

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  • Skunkfunk

    Description:
    Skunkfunk is a very unique brand with some striking patterns and dazzling pieces. It has remained true to it's music festival roots while expanding to 800+ stores worldwide. Offering style from street smart to club chic they've got a wide range to choose from.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Be warned you are almost guaranteed to fall in love with something as soon as you click!

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  • SlateandSalt

    Description:
    SLATE + SALT brings you a curated collection of luxe, one of a kind, jewelry, bags, and home decor that preserves traditional techniques and supports the Fair Trade movement. We work closely with small social enterprises to facilitate dignified working opportunities in areas of extreme poverty. We encourage you to explore other cultures and traditions in a socially conscious way. Everything you own has a story. Wouldn’t it be nice to know where your products came from and that they were made with love in a sustainable way?

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  • Sonas Denim

    Description:
    Sonas Denim was founded by a festival enthusiast and an Animal Rights Attorney. They don't use any animal products (leather, feathers, silk or wool) in any of their designs. 10% of net profits to Animal Welfare and is in the process of building their own Animal Sanctuary.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A very chic range, with a really lovely history. It's nice to see the ethical denim market offering something a little different - the patchwork and applique detailing really stands out.

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  • Studio Jux

    Description:
    The studio JUX collection is made in their own factory, women empowerment projects & social enterprises that are based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The handshake inside each garment connects you to the tailor who made it. They also stock other similarly ethical brands.

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  • Sudara

    Description:
    Brand for the International Princess Project, providing an avenue for women to escape sexual slavery. They partner with indigenous organizations to establish micro-enterprise sewing centers.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Exotic and beautiful PJs. Ethical Fair looks forward to needing a new pyjamas.

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  • Susie Faulks

    Description:
    Susie Faulks designs textiles and products, using her own pattern. Her designs are printed in England onto a high quality linen union cloth. The original bag and purse designs are then either made by herself or in a small factory in England. No animal products are used in any of SF designs.

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  • Sveekery

    Description:
    Elegant business fashion for demanding and responsible women, from high-quality, sustainable and certified materials such as wool, cotton, silk, linen and hemp. Designed in Berlin - produced in Europe.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Range of organic business suits for women - the most viable alternative to high street or "traditional" tailoring Ethical Fair has found.

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  • Swedish Stockings

    Description:
    Sustainably produced nylon stockings. Swedish Stockings produce beautiful tights from recycled yarn. Their factories engage in sustainable practises including the use of environmentally friendly dyes, post-dyeing water treatment and the use of solar power.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Pantyhose is a petroleum product and one of our biggest consumables. Over two billion pairs are worn and discarded every year contributing to both textile pollution and textile waste - the third most polluting industry in the world.

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  • The Acey

    Description:
    The Acey folk search for new and innovative brands with integrity, the ones who are doing the right thing, not the easy thing. The people who take responsibility for the processes and purpose of every product and never compromise on style. All ACEY parcels will be delivered CO2 Neutral worldwide.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This online shop really is meeting it's aim to be a go to destination for clothing that combines both ethics and aesthetics.

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  • The African Shirt Company

    Description:
    The African Shirt Company teaches locals how to sew and gives them access to international trade. The shirts are beautiful, colourful and one-of-a-kind and the kanga is a traditional East African fabric which dates back to the 19th century. Each shirt is unique as each fabric is limited.

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  • The Fair Shop

    Description:
    Fair is an ethical shop located in Brighton, UK stocking a range of different brands with high ethical credentials. All brands stocked have a mix of Fair Trade production and use of organic or sustainable fabrics. Read all about the selected producers on their site.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A wonderful shop that's a pleasure to visit and browse in. The range of items stocked is carefully curated and every piece is very high quality.

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  • The Green Life

    Description:
    A one-stop-shop where you can purchase natural and organic products for your everyday life with convenience and affordability. Fill your home with safe, clean, non-toxic products all while contributing to the protection and longevity of our environment and all of the animals and people living in it. The Green Life is very vigilant in ensuring that all of the 800+ brands and 13,000+ products carried hold at least three or more of their key eco-friendly traits.

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  • The Natural Store

    Description:
    The Natural Store is a different type of Department Store – dealing only with suppliers who operate on a Fair Trade basis, have high ethical and moral. Their own ethics are also sound - they use wind power, recycle and even bank ethically.

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  • The Third Estate

    Description:
    An independent bricks and mortar shop based in London, selling well-made, good-looking products which are free from any animal ingredients and which meet high social, labour and environmental standards.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This is a gorgeous shop with a great range of clothing, bags and shoes. The staff are lovely, happy to chat through any of the products with you. Support this local store if you can - we need more like it!

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  • The White TShirt

    Description:
    A white t-shirt is a classic wardrobe staple and TWS has one aim: to make the perfect white t-shirt. To them this means an equal balance of ethics and quality. Made from luxurious organic cotton, their classic t-shirts are designed and made sustainably.

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  • Thought (was Braintree)

    Description:
    Previously Braintree. Rebranded in 2016. A natural clothing company started in Sydney and now based in London. They create beautiful, timeless fashion while caring for the environment.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A beautiful fashion range with an earthy, natural feel. In early 2015 they refreshed their brand and launch a range of classics called "Thoughtful Clothing".

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  • THTC Clothing

    Description:
    THTC is an ethically-driven clothing label producing eco-friendly and politically conscious street wear, made from hemp, carbon-neutral organic cotton, and recycled salvage plastic fibres.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Proving that hemp and organic cotton don't have to be hippy dippy! Check out their edgy street wear. Ranked by Ethical Consumer Magazine as UK's most ethical menswear brand.

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  • Tonle

    Description:
    tonlé designs and makes comfortable, wearable clothes that are as original and beautiful as the people who make them. They adhere to principles of transparency, fairness, and waste reduction in everything, from the big stuff like wages, down to the little things like the materials in buttons.

    Ethical Fair says:
    A zero-waste fashion label, 90% of their fabric is factory scraps or "unusable" pieces. 10% is from local, sustainable suppliers. And their collections are inspiringly beautiful. What else could you need?!

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  • Traidcraft

    Description:
    Traidcraft is the UK’s leading fair trade organisation. Their mission is to fight poverty through trade, practising and promoting approaches to trade that help poor people in developing countries transform their lives.

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  • True Icon

    Description:
    True Icon's purpose is to make a dent on the fashion industry, no matter how small. By creating ethical and sustainable clothing, as well as acting as a marketplace for those who are already doing so, they believe they can revolutionise the way that we look at style.

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  • Turtle Doves

    Description:
    Turtle Doves is a British design and manufacturing company, specialising in using post consumer textile waste to create beautiful new garments & accessories. Their range is growing and they certainly don't skimp on design - each piece is very beautifully designed.

    Ethical Fair says:
    From beautiful ponchos to cute baby booties you're sure to find something tempting on this site. And if not then their warm, friendly website takes custom requests.

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  • Ungali

    Description:
    A Canadian clothing brand from 100% recycled and repurposed material e.g. recycled water bottles, recycled cotton, and scraps. Products produced using 100% recycled and re purposed materials, by North American workers who are treated with respect, and supports causes that desperately need attention.

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  • Utopian Creations

    Description:
    Utopian Creations uses fairtrade and/or 100% recycled precious metals, harnesses wind power and have eco/sustainable studios.

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  • Veja

    Description:
    Veja is a brand of ecological and fair trade footwear and accessories. They work with cooperatives in Brazil and France. The trainers and accessories are made of organic cotton, wild rubber from the Amazon and vegetable-tanned leather.

    Ethical Fair says:
    The depth of transparency and information on Veja's site is fantastic. From the farmers to the price paid for rubber, to the shipping, you can see all the information online. This includes acknowledging their limitations.

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  • Visible Clothing

    Description:
    Visible is a new clothing label where everything behind the clothes is made visible - no nakedness - just visibility of costs, people and impact so you can know everyone is being treated fairly.

    Ethical Fair says:
    This is an interesting new label that aims to challenge sweat shop and outsourcing norms. They have established prices based on both supplier and customer survey and provide a breakdown of the cost of a t-shirt.

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  • We Wood

    Description:
    WEWOOD fashions wooden timepieces from mostly scrap-wood and uses state-of-the-art Miyota movements for the guts, a hybrid of technology and nature resulting in a unique watch that's both handsome and earth friendly.

    Ethical Fair says:
    WEWOOD plants a tree for every WeWOOD purchased. They also look awesome and you'll want everyone to ask the time so you can show off your new style! Also make eye wear.

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  • What Daisy Did

    Description:
    Founded by two people shocked by the waste left behind after festivals WDD works with two Indian artisans & 60 families to create a range of bags. They use timeless styles and hard wearing materials in a protest against synthetic and disposable fashion.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Ethical Fair is in love! The products from WDD are fantastic and the story behind them even more so. Read their About page and be inspired by this wonderful company.

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  • Wilby

    Description:
    In 2013 the founders of Wilby decided to create a UK made vegan fashion range specialising in the 'clutch'. WC is a fashion brand that is both ethical and fashionable for the consumer who can be safe in the knowledge that they are helping the environment in some way with every purchase.

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  • Will's Vegan Shoes

    Description:
    Will's aims to bridge the gap between everyday people and ethically produced vegan shoes. The entire range is free of animal products while workers are paid in accordance with European guidelines.

    Ethical Fair says:
    Will's offers a range of shoes and boots to rival any high street chain. If you are looking for black or brown smart shoes Will's is the place. This is a shoe shop that can appeal to non-ethical shoppers too.

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  • Yours Sustainably

    Description:
    Carefully sourced products from all around the world, showing that sustainable products can be beautiful, desirable and functional. A mother and daughter team with a love for positive consumerism.

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  • Ziva

    Description:
    ZIVA is an ecologically sustainable luxury womenswear label. They use handloom fabrics, embroideries and block prints from various parts of rural India and wish to sustain and nourish enduring traditions from various parts of India.

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