Fashion a Better World!

October 07, 2017

Shouldn’t your clothes do more? The apparel items we feature are handpicked, ensuring that we think about a garment from every angle: what materials it’s made from and how it impacts the earth, the workers who sew the garment and how they were paid, the quality of a garment’s construction right down to the thread and buttons, and more.

We're proud to carry pieces from several producers who are making a real difference in the apparel industry. Learn a bit more about each one of them in the videos below.

United By Blue

United By Blue removes a pound of trash from U.S. waterways for every garment sold.


Mata Traders

Mata Traders works with women’s cooperatives in India and Nepal, this fashion-forward company provides skills building, health care, living wages, and more to the women who hand-sew each fairly traded dress.


Alternative Apparel

Alternative Apparel's commitment to sustainable production includes using less water, non-toxic dyes, organic and eco-fabrics alongside recycled materials. 


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