Sustainable fashion brands. curated.
A diverse yet coherent aesthetic with a focus on contemporary, seasonless style. A mindfully curated blend of premium basics, timeless pieces, performance activewear and accessible luxury. All in a design-led online environment intended to inspire.
Aeance offers impeccably made, sleek and simple clothes. With a focus on activewear, travel and daily life, Aeance pays close attention to practicality and technical performance. Always keeping sustainability at the forefront of what they do, Aeance works only with the highest quality performance materials which comply with strictest eco-standards such as bluesign®, OEKO-TEX®, GRS (Global Recycle Standard) and ZQ Merino.
Arkitaip was founded in 2018 by the mother-daughter duo, Michi and Lea Wieser. The pair are motivated by the idea of conscious living and hope to connect their customers with the planet. Their hope is to teach others to respect the world we live in and to care for it by choosing sustainable clothing. Arkitaip’s garments are crafted in Europe and cut from 100% Masters of Linen®- certified linen for supply chain accountability.
Our most basic items make up the backbone of our wardrobes. A simple white T-shirt can be elevated in so many ways - yet finding that reliable garment can prove difficult. Basic Rights have made this simple for us, with a focus on well made, eco-friendly essential items. They skilfully mix 1950s styling with their passion for sustainability, largely using dead stock materials.
D the brand
D the Brand makes clothes for whoever wants to wear them. They are conscious of the planet and are a brand dedicated to progress. Their seasonless collections are almost entirely unisex with the intention of emitting a message of love, optimism and hope through their designs. Wherever possible, they use supply-chain verified sustainable fabrics, certified with OEKO-TEX®, Standard 100 and GOTS quality seals. They also offer a number of made-to-order designs to minimise wasteful production.
Iisle’s relaxed tailoring and easy-to-wear designs have a graceful, Mediterranean feel. The clothing brand is based between Berlin and Southern Spain and is constantly inspired by the surrounding nature. This connection with nature is a vital part of Iisle’s practice, creating garments in hope of a more sustainable future. All of Iisle’s garments are skilfully made in a small atelier just outside of Barcelona, often incorporating dead stock and recycled fabrics.
NICO was founded in 2012 by photographer, Lis Harvey. The Australian underwear company focuses on clean lines and comfort, simplicity and durability. NICO stresses that underwear should both look and feel beautiful to wear, which is what they set out to do - from a sustainable perspective. NICO is influenced by and has a deep respect for the nature around them, they are committed to upholding sustainable transparency in the fashion industry.
Oh Seven Days make slow fashion from fast fashion’s leftovers. They source their fabrics predominantly from dead stocks—which are plentiful in Istanbul where they are based, being one of the textile manufacturing capitals of the world. They are a womenswear label that aim to give their customers as much transparency as possible, teaching you about the lifecycle of our clothes long before we put them on. Their designs are understated, playful and elegant.
Creative director of Solai, East-London based Sara Seb had previously worked with vintage clothing, upcycling pieces and breathing a new life into what once was. Sarah Krausse founded Solai in 2018 and together the two create beautifully made, kind-to-the-planet clothing. Solai practises a zero-waste production system and use regenerative systems to actively combat the effects of climate change.
Madrid-based, Neutrale focus their designs on functionality, comfort and timelessness. Their products are ageless and genderless, can be worn by anyone, and are sure to last. Their garments are incredibly simple, but are each impeccably made, versatile and dependable. They use strictly organic cotton, thereby eliminating the use of chemicals during the production process. Neutrale’s products are all produced in Portugal, in line with the latest eco certifications such as GOTS.
Victoria Prada Collection
Victoria Prada was founded in 2019 and hopes to tell the story of every garment they produce. Every item of clothing has a history before we put it on our back, and Victoria Prada ensures that that story is one of ethics and sustainability. Their collections are all consciously made by skilled artisans, using natural materials and handmade techniques. Many of their collections are inspired by South America, taking influence from Columbian and Peruvian indigenous craft and patterns.
Maium is a brand born from the toils of bad weather. Created by two Amsterdam-based friends that struggled to move from A to B without getting soaked by The Netherland’s rainy climate. Maium mixes innovative design with function, movement and practicality—created by bad weather experts. All of Maium’s designs are made using recycled materials with the intention of converting waste into highly functional and durable pieces that will last.
Veryan was set up in 2013 by Veryan Raiker, who designs and develops each individual piece in her London studio. Waste is kept to a minimum and every item is made to order specifically for you, taking a slower, more ethical approach to the fashion industry. Veryan herself was studying English at university when she realised she wanted to go into fashion, aiming to improve climate change by working against fast fashion. Her clothes are simple, timeless and undoubtedly elegant.
Marrakshi Life take key style elements from the traditional Moroccan wardrobe, reinterpreting them into original, contemporary, and highly wearable design pieces. A slow fashion brand in the purest sense, Marrakshi Life’s team of local artisans create using low impact, hand woven production methods and operate a zero waste policy. Their Marrakech atelier is every bit a community, never a factory.