Fabelab

Fabelab, founded in 2013 by Michaela Weisskirchner-Barfod, is a playful organic Scandinavian children’s interior brand that believes in creating high quality, innovative and responsibly made products for a cosy and creative home. From their Copenhagen studio, they design products that encourage curiosity and imagination. The products are multipurpose and grow with the family, gathering stories and memories along the way.

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The Kovac Family

The Kovac Family consists of Christopher and Camilla Kovac, founders and operators, and their daughters Klara and Filippa. The company designs and develops interior products which cause minimum impact on the environment and are easy to recycle. Since its foundation in 2012 The Kovac Family has focused on sustainability as the core value of their business and on researching local and environmentally friendly material.

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Emroce

Emroce is an ethical fashion company founded by New Zealander Emma Churchill. Emroce suits are made from Econyl Lycra. Fishing nets and other pre-and post-consumer nylon waste are collected and transformed into functional swim and activewear fabric. Emma creates and adapts her designs in such a way that there is zero waste when it comes to the fabric used. Rather than just cutting away, the designer carefully maps out the fabric so that interlocking shapes can be cut from it.

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Toino Abel

Toino Abel is a brand of handmade reed baskets, made with an handcraft technique which remains unchanged since time immemorial. The dried reed is weaved on a loom to build a mat which is then hand-sewn, adorned with a wicker handle, a leather buckle and a shoulder strap and finally a handmade ceramic charm engraved with a reed blossom. Born in 2010 in a village in the interior of Portugal, Toino Abel now presents another collection which has two highlighted features: exclusive patterns and the pioneer use of colors to tint the reed.

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Chaykra

Priya and Divya Kukar had a vision of creating a yoga clothing brand combining comfort and style, while paying homage to yoga’s Indian roots and our heritage. Chaykra reflects their ‘Brindian’ identity, infusing classic British elegance with Indian vibrancy and color. All the clothes are made from breathable fabric and are super soft & comfortable to help you relax and have a truly energizing yoga practice.

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Ombre Claire

Ombre Claire, committed to an ethical, equitable approach from one end of the manufacturing to the other, is an artistic universe featuring a line of contemporary jewelry for men and women. Designer Aude Durou  dreams up new creations, which are then brought to life by Tuareg artisan metalworkers in Niger and Mali. Each season bring s a new collection drawing on both Saharan-inspired patterns and Aude´s personal influences.

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Tuulikki NYC

Designed in Rockaway and made in New York City, Tuulikki NYC launched from the heart of the Rockaway female surf community. Named after a mythical Finnish goddess responsible for safeguarding the harmony between man and nature, the brand is built upon the idea of equilibrium and is committed to delivering high performance surf wear and serving the environment in equal measure.

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Tuwi London

Tuwi London´s soft blankets and throws, designed in Britain and made in Peru, are made of the the softest baby Alpaca fibers. Baby Alpaca is comparable to cashmere in terms of softness and is perfect for delicate skin, since it is natural, hypoallergenic, non-prickly, breathable, lightweight and has outstanding thermal qualities (bringing warmth in cold weather and keeping the body cool in heat). Founder Kasia McConaghy choose the name tuwi for her brand because it means baby alpaca in Quechua, the language of the Incas.

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Rakha

Many people are now beginning to realize the negative impact of fashion on people and the environment. Current production processes place economic gains of large companies above environmental and ethical considerations, causing large amount of waste and pollution that threaten people and our planet. Rakha was created with the idea of re-defining classics, considering design for longevity and choosing materials carefully.

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Kings of Indigo

Kings of Indigo (K.O.I.), founded in 2012, designs its garments to last long. K.O.I. makes quality denims, tops and accessories inspired by American classics with a Japanese eye for detail. The history of denim in the USA and the way Japan is developing denim to a whole different level, is the starting point of every collection. No fashion forward styles, but classics you can wear season after season so you can enjoy your favorite pieces as long as possible.

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Maium

Maium, meaning rain in an old Amsterdam dialect, produces raincoats to protect you from it. True to the Dutch heritage, they combine fashion and innovative design: the zippers transform the raincoat into a poncho. The brand was founded in 2016 by Hendrik (background in finance) and Anita (background in fashion/design), both born in Amsterdam, after Hendrik ran into the problem that his suit got wet when riding his bicycle to appointments.

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STUDY34

STUDY34, a knitwear design company focusing on responsible fashion using sustainable materials, was driven by frustration founder Eleanor O´Neill was having and her observations of the fashion industry. Eleanor, with a degree in Fashion Knitwear, became annoyed with the lack of creativity, and frustrated by how limiting her job as a designer was.

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Saint Basics

Everyone deserves a bit of feel-good every day. That is why Saint Basics makes super-soft basics from natural substances such as eucalyptus and organic cotton. Saint Basics products are 95% more environmentally friendly than ordinary products. And 100% free of pesticides, sweatshops, child labor and unfair trade.

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Girlfriend Collective

Husband and wife duo Ellie (with a background in graphic design) and Quang Dinh (with a background in sustainable and organic denim) founded Girlfriend Collective in 2015. The brand has always been about more than just clothes, it´s about taking on the ethics of the clothing industry. When they started Girlfriend Collective their first goal was to be as transparent as possible.

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Aidie London

Aidie London is a conscious company that sells ethical, sustainable baby & toddler products. Natural, organic materials are used to make their award-winning moccasins, booties and blankets designed to support your baby´s development. Not only is it important to take of our babies, we also need to take care of the planet for the next generation. Because the babies and toddlers of today will one day be the adults of this world.

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Bleed

After having witnessed the awful environmental and social conditions of the modern textile industry while he was studying textile design, Michael Spitzbarth decided to start his own business in 2009. He wanted to prevent nature, humans and animals from ‘bleeding’. Bleed Clothing, a German boardsport brand, stands for 100% eco, 100% fair, 150% yeahh!!

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SEPTEMBER The Line

SEPTEMBER the Line is a premium surf and swimwear brand inspired by the modern woman who loves surfing, minimalistic design and Mother Nature.  Designed between New York and Bali, SEPTEMBER the Line’s pieces have a clean aesthetic, are technically engineered for watersports, and produced with sustainable luxury Italian material. Made from a combination of hundred percent regenerated nylon, largely from discarded fishing nets that have been recovered from our oceans and polyester fibers from post-consumer waste.

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Bondi Bandits

Amy and Annie, Bondi girls and surfers, founded Bondi Bandits when they realized that there was a massive gap in the market for unisex, eco-friendly, kids surf clothing. The company produces rashies made out of discarded and recycled fishing nets that can be worn by both boys and girls (not the typical blue and pink ones they saw everywhere) and recyclable swim bags.  

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Do You Green

Do You Green is a french organic lingerie brand created by Sophie Young. She wanted to use a more sustainable material to make their products and they found out that pine fiber was the material they were looking for. Wood material needs less water than cotton and the fabrics used by Do You Green come from sustainably-farmed French pine forests (upcycled pine clippings).

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Origami Organics

Origami Organics, founded by Maria Maddalena Falaschi, is an Italian brand for babies from 0 to 24 months with apparel made from milk fiber and organic cotton. Origami was born with the aim of creating clothes that are good for our children, putting first their health and their future which means that the social and environmental aspects of production cannot be overlooked. The fabrics used are natural, eco-friendly and rich in beneficial properties that can take care of your child's skin, respecting the environment and the people who make it.

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