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7 Eco-Friendly Fashion Brands You Should Know And Support

7 Eco-Friendly Fashion Brands You Should Know And Support

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Recent fashion week shows have seen a lot of sustainable fashion brands and for the first time, it’s beginning to look like the fashion industry is finally going green. These eco-friendly fashion brands have made up their minds to promote an eco-conscious way of life and they are boldly taking the first step in the right direction. By championing the use of recycled products, emitting less environmental waste, and avoiding materials that endanger the planet, they are certainly proving that the green life is surely possible.

It’s no news that some erroneously believe that eco-friendly fashion is inferior to its non-eco counterpart, however, nothing could be farther from the truth. The creatives and brands on this list have indeed proven this and more. From unbelievably stunning accessories to uber-stylish swimsuits, you’ll certainly find a thing or two to fill your green appetite.

Check out 7 eco-friendly fashion brands you should know…

#1. Aliya Wanek

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Founded in 2016, Aliya Wanek is an eponymous womenswear label that focuses on exploring the connection between one’s identity and style. It is committed to creating comfortable, stylish, clothing with sustainably at its forefront. Creative director, Aliya doubles between sewing the garments herself and managing two small factories and local contractors in the Bay Area to produce and dye the garments. In all these Aliya Wanek always considers innovative ways to reduce its environmental impact.

#2. Gracemade

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Gracemade is a faith-driven apparel brand that delivers a fashion-forward, nonlegalistic interpretation of modesty. Established in 2016, the brand was created by Jasmine Rennie as a means for women to express their personal style while honoring their values. It is dedicated to producing stylish, modest outfits with respect to responsible manufacturing with the utmost regard for people and the planet.

#3. Cuyana

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This eco-friendly fashion brand is all about minimalist fashion. Cuyana prides itself in being “a sustainable brand bridging the gap between affordable fashion pieces and high-quality luxury.” Their sustainability FAQ page on their website states: “Sustainability is deeply ingrained in our business practice. We encourage our customers to purchase fewer, but better quality pieces that they will love and treasure for years to come.”

#4. Able

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Able promises transparency about the production process of its items to fair wages paid to workers around the world. This brand is committed to ending generational poverty by employing women in Ethiopia, Peru, and Mexico. Other than clothing, they also have a robust selection of impressive leather goods like handbags and shoes.

#5. Jan ‘N June

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If you are in search of an eco-friendly fashion brand for minimalists, Jan ‘n June is a great choice. They produce pieces for both men and women that are affordable and fashionable. In addition, all items are accompanied by an “Eco ID” attached that tells the story of who made the clothing item, the materials used, and even the resources being recycled. Equally noteworthy are the sustainable methods used in their packaging and office supplies.

#6. Amour Vert

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Amour Vert takes pride in planting a tree for every tee you buy. If that’s not sustainable, I wonder what is. From the materials they use to being transparent about wages, and also their biodegradable boxes, it’s not difficult to tell that eco is what they do. Finally, the name “Amour Vert” translates to “Green Love” in French. Now, that’s an impression.

#7. Brother Vellies


Founded by Aurora James in 2013, Brother Vellies celebrates traditional African design practices and timeless design. With a passion for creating and sustaining artisanal jobs, the Brother Vellies collection is produced across the globe — South Africa, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Italy, Haiti, and at home in New York City. Their collections boast everything from Mermaid Doodle Mules to strappy grapefruit suede sandals, and hand-woven bags that make a statement.


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