The Sustainable Clothing Brands You Need To Know About - Femanin

The Sustainable Clothing Brands You Need To Know About

The fashion industry is one of the worst sectors in the world in regards to it’s carbon footprint. Sustainable clothing brands are important!

Fast fashion; synthetic fibres; the overproduction and distribution of crops; as well as the overproduction of items are just some of the reasons it has such an affect on the environment.

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That’s why we need to know what sustainable clothing brands are out there and honey, we’ve done all the hard work for you…

What sustainable clothing brands are out there?

Mother of Pearl

This sustainable clothing brand are working to make every single aspect of their business eco friendly – including the loo roll their office workers use!

They’ve even teamed up with the BBC to create a documentary on sustainable fashion:

Our aim with the project was to replicate what Blue Planet II did for sharing the sad truths of the state of plastic in our oceans and the impact it is having on the natural world’.

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H&M Conscious

We all love H&M and now you can shop there without that guilty feeling thanks to their Conscious Collection.

There’s a section on their website that’s dedicated to sustainability, which states:

‘We can help protect our water, air and soil by avoiding harmful chemicals, fossil-based energy sources and single-use packaging. Basically, everything that’s essential to our survival. That’s why we’ve set an ambitious goal: to be climate positive by 2040.

‘This means we’ll remove more greenhouse gases from the atmosphere than we create. We’re exploring new, more sustainable ways to make, transport and package our products’.


Tala is an online shop created by Grace Beverley. The brand is extremely conscious, both ethically and sustainably, and they state:

‘we hold ourselves accountable for every aspect of our supply chain and want to share every step with you’. 

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Stay Wild

Stay Wild is a swimwear line created by Zanna Van Dijk and Natalie Glaze. They proudly boast about how their products are made with:

‘ECONYL® is created from unwanted waste from around the world, such as fishing nets pulled from the ocean and fabric scraps left over from industry’.

Stay Wild is also part of the ‘slow’ fashion game and prefers high quality, to high quantity.

By having a factory close to home, they can ensure that a wide range of standards are being met, including:

  • Exceeds industry ethical standards with higher wages and world class working conditions.
  • Has a zero waste approach to garment production.
  • Only collaborates with ethical suppliers.
  • Focuses on quality and building pieces which last.
  • Uses biodegradable and eco friendly packaging.
  • Exclusively uses carbon neutral shipping.
  • Has energy saving motors on all equipment.


The outdoor clothing brand have been at the forefront of ethical practices for a long time. Patagonia isn’t afraid to be outspoken or controversial which leads them to advocate for environmental issues around the globe.

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This French born brand has an entire separate website dedicated to their sustainability project!

The company even have a philanthropic program named ‘Demain’ which is French for ‘tomorrow’:

‘DEMAIN is about giving a little back, appreciating what life offers us every day, and helping children whose prospects are unfairly disadvantaged.

‘This major philanthropic program supports concrete actions in favour of access to education, culture, and equal opportunities for children around the world.

Nobody’s Child

This sustainable clothing brand has just launched online at Marks & Spencer!

They create capsule collections from sustainable fabrics.


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Yep, our beloved high street store has been an advocate for sustainability since it’s creation! The website states:

‘We believe in the positive, empowering, life-changing power of trade rather than aid. And we want to do right by the people who make our beautiful things.

‘As a founder member of the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), we’ve been at the forefront of driving sustainable improvements in working conditions and livelihoods wherever we do business. But that’s not all. Each year, the Monsoon Accessorize Trust (founded in 1994) supports life-changing projects in income-generation, healthcare and education for over 10,000 women and children throughout Asia’.


The iconic denim brand states:

‘A lot of people throw around the word “sustainable,” so we think it’s important to be super straightforward in exactly how we use it. For us at Levi’s®, it’s about making better choices like sourcing more sustainable materials and finding ways to use less water.

‘It’s about making better clothes like WellThread™, our most sustainably designed collection. And it’s about bettering the planet and the communities that share it at every step along the way’.

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There’s even some designer sustainable clothing brands!

Stella McCartney

This designer sustainable clothing brand – which is suitable for kids, men and women – recently had a ‘rebrand’ of sorts with their ‘A-Z Manifesto’.

The brand has never used leather, feathers, skin or fur in any of their designs; a concept that was originally seen as revolutionary yet now it’s something we are all striving for.


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Hi, guys! Taking a break from our #StellaSummer21 shoot to tell you about what I have been working on. During lockdown, I had a rare moment to pause, reflect and question what really matters. I put into words everything that we love and believe about fashion – an A to Z of #StellaMcCartney. It is a manifesto of sorts; a map of our DNA and a blueprint of our future, brought to life by 26 global artists handpicked by me. Each one chose a letter and created a piece that embodied their vision and our values, elaborated on further in our Spring and Summer 21 collections – to be revealed in the weeks to come. Stay tuned. x Stella? ? Discover our A to Z manifesto on #StellasWorld (link in bio).? ? #StellaCommUnity #StellaAtoZ? ?

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