We can make positive choices every day to impact the world around us for the better. Not only can we choose to buy products made by companies who have pledged to abide by eco-friendly practices. We can also buy from brands who support fair trade for their suppliers and manufacturers. If you are looking to add ethical fashion to your wardrobe, we have you covered. We did our research to let you know which eco-luxury fashion lines support fair trade.
At Everlane, we want the right choice to be as easy as putting on a great T-shirt. That’s why we partner with the best, ethical factories around the world. Source only the finest materials. And share those stories with you—down to the true cost of every product we make. It’s a new way of doing things. We call it Radical Transparency.
We love Everlane’s Kick Crop Jean made from premium Japanese denim. For just $78 you can own these leg-lengthening crop jeans yourself.
We believe that creating clothing should not come at the cost of people, or the environment. That’s why we partner with organizations that ensure the wellbeing of our workers, and reduce our impact on the environment.
Our products, our non-profit partner, and our community work in unison to help people break the cycle of poverty. We provide life-changing job opportunities to women in need. With each purchase you make we introduce you to the woman who made your product and invite you to visit her online profile to learn more about her.
Krochet Kids strives for ethical practices in all areas of their business. You can feel good buying their pretty Phoenix Open Knit Poncho for $88. The striped poncho is perfect for layering in Spring.
All Nisolo producers receive, at a minimum, beyond fair trade wages, healthcare, and a healthy working environment. Your purchase enables us to create opportunity for over 500 people across our supply chain.
There are few pieces of luggage more versatile than a weekender bag, and Nisolo’s leather Leon Weekender is ethically made. You can purchase your own travel bad for $398.
People and the planet should not be exploited for the things we buy. It is important to us that people’s rights are respected in the workplace. We partner with artisan co-ops and small workshops that are mindful of the materials that are used and re-used. This protects the planet from harmful waste and pollution.
You will love the sweet Vermont Plaid Dress from Fair Trade Winds. And who doesn’t love a dress with pockets! The dress 100% cotton dress runs just $84.
We’re in the business of making life better. We bring intention and consciousness to every decision we make, so that your decision is made easier.
We love a stylish scarf and the Checkered Pima Cotton Maxi Scarf from HopeMade fits the bill. Made from 100% Peruvian Pima cotton, the scarf costs just $81.
Our vision is for an industry where human rights and sustainability are not the effect of a particular initiative but the cause of a business well run. Where social and environmental injustices are not unfortunate outcomes but reasons to do things differently.
Make sure your staple trench coat was ethically made. Eileen Fisher’s Recycled Polyester Water-Resistant Trench Coat is fair trade, eco-conscious and sells for $418.
After years in the fashion world, a small group of us started Fair Indigo because we believed in a better way to do business. We knew it was possible to create timeless, high-quality clothes while paying the good people who make them a fair and living wage. Instead of racing to the bottom, we’d lift people up. And build garments you’ll want to wear for years to come, with quality that insures you can.
The $98 Fair Trade Cotton/Alpaca Button Front Sweater Dress from Fair Indigo is a chic, simple addition to your wardrobe. The cotton/alpaca blend fabric moves beautiful and is very comfortable.
Our artisans are paid a fair wage and work in safe conditions. They learn valuable skills while receiving the support they need to improve the lives of their families and communities.
Indigenous’ organic cotton blend Studded Cable Sweater is dotted with metal studs and black yarn. Make this stylish sweater yours for $234.
So, which of these companies will you be adding to your wardrobe? You might also like our story on the evolution of eco-friendly fashion.