All sustainable fashion made in Britain

sustainable fashion made in Britain by hand-picked UK makers and ethical fashion producers

Find ethical, sustainable fashion made in Britain with care by hand-picked UK clothing makers using sustainable materials and built to last. Look great without contributing to fast fashion rushing its way to landfill. Choose quality, simply beautiful clothing and accessories made with care for our environment, that only get better over time.

Consider the shocking facts: the fashion and footwear industries account for a combined estimate of 8% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, and fashion is the third highest-polluting industry in the world.

Equally shocking is that three-fifths of all clothing items will end up in an incinerator or landfill within a year after being produced. When you sit these two facts alongside the fact that we are facing environmental catastrophe, it is surely a no-brainer that we all need to move towards a more ethical, sustainable approach to fashion.

Whether you’re looking for sustainable clothing made using environmentally friendly materials and production methods, naturally tanned eco-conscious leather bags and accessories or handmade jewellery made with care for the wellbeing of our planet, you will find inspiration in our directory.

Our mission: to make it easier for you to shop more sustainably from small, independent ethical makers and producers. Our directory brings together hand-picked designer makers who share our passion for treading lightly on our planet. Cutting cheap, mass production. Living more simply. Consuming less. Taking better care of the environment and doing all we can to avert environmental catastrophe. Because this is happening on our watch and it’s up to us to turn things around. Together we can be the change we need to see in the world.

Hope you enjoy discovering ethical clothing, sustainable fashion made in Britain by the hand-picked businesses in our directory.

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    Bug clothing

    Bug clothing was founded in East London by Amy Ward. Seeking the objective to create garments by hand that reflect the ideology that we should all buy less and admire quality and consideration over quantity. Bug clothing materials Using only natural fibres as the foundation of our garments, each piece Read more [...]

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    Ren London

    Ren London – About us An independent label based in East London, making clothing with a slow and considered approach. Our collections are small, manufactured locally and crafted using carefully sourced natural fibre fabrics. We believe in a mindful approach to fashion and aim to offer more sustainable alternatives without Read more [...]

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    Loopy Ewes shepherdess designer-maker

    Discover Loopy Ewes, shepherdess designer-maker Katie Allen works with the wool from her flock of rare breed British sheep, designing and making a range of limited edition, artisan homewares and lifestyle products that combine contemporary design, quality craftsmanship and true provenance. Katie’s story Passionate about traceability, she produces beautiful textiles products Read more [...]

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    Suzy Bonomini ethical knitwear

    About Suzy Bonomini ethical knitwear Suzy Bonomini has been knitting professionally for almost 20 years and established a reputation with a look that is informal yet elegant and feminine; her light, soft knitwear is comfortable to wear all year round whether casual or smart, and expresses her love for natural Read more [...]

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    Glencroft responsible country clothing

    Glencroft – classic British countrywear made from natural fibres including British wool, Harris Tweed and sheepskin. Glencroft was established in 1987 by Richard and Justina Sexton as a range of classic British countrywear made from natural fibres including British Wool, Harris Tweed and sheepskin. Our collection includes knitwear, slippers, jackets, Read more [...]

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    Cabbages & Roses

    Cabbages & Roses ethical fashion and homeware made with love and quintessentially English in style. Our story starts in the year 2000 when ex Vogue girl Christina Strutt, our wonderfully inspiring creative director, decides to start a business. Cabbages & Roses has evolved into a cult brand; renowned for it’s Read more [...]