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Sustainable Clothing Brands and Designers

Sustainable clothing brands and designers that make eco clothes that look dope.

We have selected outdoor, active, and casual sustainable clothing brands and designers that make eco clothes that look dope. Find avant-garde ethical clothing brands, as well as Fair Trade and organic clothing. Explore our assortment of organic cotton clothing, hemp clothing, bamboo clothing, and vegan clothing for both women and men.

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Aday promotes sustainability through versatility by designing stylish, easy to maintain clothes for active women.

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Adriano Goldschmied has been making a significant effort to minimize its environmental footprint by using Ozone Technology and eco-friendly fibers.

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Alternative Apparel has developed a range of clothing made from organic cotton and recycled material.

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American classics, made in USA. American Giant makes high quality casual and active wear, and also offers a discount for all serving members of the military forces.

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This LA-based company offers classic long lasting apparel for men, preferably made in the US or the EU.

New kids on the block, Malibu based Bleusalt cares about the ocean they gaze out at. Using Austrian made Modal ® fabric produced from highly sustainable and ethical Beech plantations, their clothing lines for women and men are luxurious and soft.

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A French name for an Australian brand; Bon Label describes itself as “ethical, sustainable, luxury essentials for women”.

This Los Angeles company offers modern clothing with an environmental twist: photosensitive dyes which are applied to eco-friendly fabrics by harnessing sunlight, producing patterns which “never fade”.

This Venice Beach designer only uses fabric from deadstock to handcraft, exclusive, one-of-a-kind dresses.

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While making technical clothing and equipment for hiking and climbing, Cotopaxi also works hard on creating a positive social impact.

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The New York City-based premium denim brand is committed to crafting sustainable denim that is better for the environment.

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The skateboard footwear brand started the project “Buy a Shoe, Plant a Tree” in 2011 and now offers a vegan collection.

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Since 1960, Fjall Raven has been making technical, durable, timeless and functional outdoor equipment for mountain and nature lovers.

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With hemp, vegetable dye, and recycled cotton as part of their “ingredients”, the truly innovative Californian brand also manufactures in their own Los Angeles, CA based factory.

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Sustainably-made outdoor T-shirts and hoodies. Happy Earth gives back 50% of their net profits in order to promote conservation and sustainability.

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The “Surf & Stone” company works on softening its environmental impact by using discarded materials and recycled textiles in their manufacturing.

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This innovative brand makes high quality athletic clothes, such as T-shirts, tank tops, and leggings from recycled plastic bottles.

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Featuring original designs and super sustainable practices, this Dutch denim company also has tutorials on how old jeans can be either repaired or repurposed.

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The denim giant has joined the sustainable movement by developing the Water<Less® production technique, creating the Give Back Box® and forging a partnership with RE/DONE.

With eco-friendly and ethical European produced fabrics such as bamboo, organic cotton, linen and hemp, Menesthò specializes in luxury clothing and swimwear, all manufactured in London. The emphasis: quality clothing with minimal environmental impact and zero fabric waste.

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The sustainable Dutch denim company offers fashionable jeans, and goes even further by offering a jeans leasing service!

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Naja features a large collection of ethical, fair trade underwear and athletic wear for women who want to feel good about what they wear.

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Whether you’re looking for sneakers, sandals, Oxfords, boots or heels, Nisolo makes amazing looking ethical leather shoes for both women and men.

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The Melbourne-based women’s denim company is certified with Ethical Clothing Australia and manufactures their denim at home, in Australia.

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Created in 1929, the premium Norwegian mountain wear company uses recycled materials, 100% organic cotton, and offers a repair service.

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Norton Point surfers make cool sunglasses and board shorts from recycled ocean plastic, and reinvest 5% of their profits into conservation.

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While making trendy jeans from 100% organic cotton, the Swedish denim company also offers a free repair service and resells second hand products.

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As the world’s first Fair Trade Certified™ footwear manufacturing factory, Oliberté makes super stylish handcrafted shoes sustainably in Ethiopia.

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Surfing superstar Kelly Slater co-founded Outerknow together with designer John Moore to make surf-inspired clothes that are much more respectful to the environment.

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No introduction needed for the pioneer in sustainable outdoor clothing development. “The Activist Company” also offers trade-in and repair services.

This Australian owned activewear is manufactured by a small family business in Brazil, using sustainable and ethical fabrics. Pitanga works in partnership with World Vision Australia to improve the lives of women and children in Myanmar.

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Using 100% organic cotton and recycled materials, Prana offers eco-friendly clothing for yogis, climbers and travelers.

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Stylish apparel made in the USA, RE/DONE’s specialty is to repurpose vintage Levi’s jeans from the 90’s through their partnership with the denim giant.

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Using rescued deadstock fabrics, recycled materials and repurposed vintage clothing, Reformation offers trendy clothes to “celebrate the feminine figure”.

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Radically original, the London designer couple uses end of roll, GOTS certified organic, fair-trade, or reclaimed material.

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Saola is a new brand that makes cool looking casual kicks using a variety of recycled materials such as PET, EVA, PU foam, as well as organic cotton.

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Satva offers stylish active wear for women and kids, exclusively made from organic cotton or recycled polyester.

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Making sustainable and fashionable sport bottles, S’well® supports UNICEF USA, American Forests, BCRF and (RED).

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Using organic cotton, recycled polyester, and Lenzing Modal®, Threads4Thought makes timeless sustainable active wear for both women and men.

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Active in the preservation of the outdoors since 2001, Timberland is increasing its usage of organic and recycled material year by year.

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No need to introduce TOMS, a pioneer in social sustainability through the TOMS One for One® model and their dedicated Giving Team.

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With headline “Redesigning Tomboy”, this fresh designer brand creates ethical and sustainable “menswear-inspired staples for women”.

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Using a tencel/cotton blend for premium denim, Triarchy also repurposes old jeans to create unique luxury pieces.

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Vaute offers premium vegan winter clothing for women and men, made with recycled and organic fibers that guarantee you will stay warm, and ethical.

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This French ethical shoe brand features trendy sneakers, and also has a vegan collection!

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The South Californian, bluesign-certified surf company uses eco-friendly neoprene to manufacture wetsuits and coconut husks to produce boardshorts.

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While making 95% of their yoga wear from recycled fibers, Yoga Democracy also uses a waterless transfer process for dying in their own workshop.

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Zeal explores cleaner ways to make sunglasses and goggles with their plant-based lenses, biodegradable materials, and reduced CO2 emissions.