A curated range of sustainable fashion brands from across Europe, the UK and beyond. A diverse yet contemporary aesthetic with a focus on seasonless style.
Everything from organic basics to sustainable activewear, timeless pieces, and ethical streetwear.


Born in Berlin, Yahmo are a duo who take inspiration from the vibrant and raw culture of this city, they have a vision for ethical fashion to be as much about creativity and self-expression as it is sustainability. Following a trip to India their first collection was created with upcycled fabrics, from here Yahmo are committed to using sustainable materials such as Cupro and Lyocell (Tencel) in all their garments.

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London grown artists with roots in Africa and Jamaica, AFF&JAM are on a journey of exploration through art, clothing and identity. Proudly portraying their Ghanaian and Jamaican heritage finding inspiration in faces and femininity. Their pieces are crafted from recycled vintage items and made in fair trade certificated factories, packaged with 100% recyclable materials, making conscious design, sustainability and body positivity are at the heart of Aff&Jam’s ethos.


Founded in 2016 following close work with an NGO focused on the development and empowerment of marginalised women, AK Threads' core beliefs are rooted in considered and circular design, craftsmanship, community, collaboration and connection. Using reclaimed and Organic handwoven materials to create size-inclusive and customizable styles, AK Threads commit all practices to sustainability and inclusivity - utilising offcuts from all production into further everyday products and repairing damaged AK garments.

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OR ELSE is a London-based label creating organic cotton underwear with colourful hand-dyed patterns. Each piece of their collections are hand-dyed, cut and assembled using sustainable and ethical materials. Valuing craftmanship above all, their work with the textile and creating each design from the sampling of the dye to handfinshing of the sewn pieces means their batch sizes are always small to create low impact.