6 Fashion Brands With A Conscience
Fashion is a huge industry with wide spread impact. That’s why it’s so important that some of our favourite brands are aligning themselves with charities, empowering underprivileged communities and sourcing materials ethically. Today I’m sharing some of my favourite labels so you can shop with a difference.
Outland Denim makes a significant impact by employing those who are vulnerable to, or are survivors of human trafficking.
Ninety Percent is a London-based label that’s trying something new: sharing 90% of our distributed profits between charitable causes and those who make our collection happen. There’s more. Ninety Percent lets you to decide where the money goes.
KOTN works directly with cotton farming families in Egypt, the cotton is then sent to their cut-and-sew factory outside Alexandria. The responsibly-run operation employs locals, securing their craft and their livelihood. To stop the cycle of child labour, they’ve also partnered with pro-literacy organizations on the ground in the Nile Delta. In 2017 they completed the funding and construction their first school, and over Black Friday raised enough money to fund a second one.
All of Nannacay’s products are handmade by a community of artisans in Peru.
Nectar Nectar proudly adheres to Fair Trade business practices and provide artisans with a healthy workspace, enriching their community and protecting the environment.
Warby Parker follow the buy a pair, give a pair model. Over five million pairs of glasses have been distributed through the program.