Isak’s commitment to sustainability sees them use wood from sustainable forests, degradable cotton totes for packaging and fabrics printed with non-toxic, azo-free dyes.
Up and coming T-shirt designers Grizzly bring together 100% organic cotton (manufactured using solely renewable energy) with high quality design to bring you a range that is cool, edgy and best of all – ethical! As well as supporting the Environmental Justice Foundation, working alongside the Soil Association to get accreditation and using Organic and water based inks, even their business cards are 100% recycled and FSC approved.
Michelle Mason’s cute and colourful homeware collection has everything from cushions to cake stands and is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and Rainforest Alliance.
Fashion label Etrala was born in London, 2011. At its core is the concept of slow fashion: limited collections, made using 100% fabrics and manufactured with the highest quality.
September Rose jewellery goes to great lengths to use the purest materials available; Fairtrade certified, conflict free and sourced from traceable, sustainable, ecologically sound and both morally and culturally responsible projects. Every raw material can be traced to the source, and a story of the materials used will be included in the box along with every piece sold.
VOZ is innovating a new kind of luxury. Meaning “voice” in Spanish, VOZ is a collaboration between Mapuche artisans and an international team of designers that merges traditional weaving craftsmanship with contemporary fashion. VOZ is where handmade luxury meets social change. Artisans co-design VOZ fashion through sustainable education programs that celebrate their ancestral art and provide them and their communities a way out of rural poverty