When it comes to ethically made clothing we really love to dig deep for brands that aren't just forging a path in process but are keeping current with trends as well. So here are some brands that left the ho-hum at home and are pushing the B Corp name forward in style.
In our humble opinion this is the best socially conscious menswear brand on the market. You may recognize their signature market bag from boutiques in the area, stamped with your local city, however their menswear is actually quite the destination for sartorial readiness. Street style photographers are waiting.
Urbane & Gallant
Speaking of sartorial elegance, no dapper gent would be complete without a pocket square. These guys are defining masculinity by combatting human trafficking and ensuring those survivors thrive.
New, but not really. You may have heard of them as they've carved out quite a name for themselves by just offering fashionable womenswear. Fun fact, we actually genuinely enjoy perusing their website for inspiration. But they are actually all about the B Corp. Using vintage garments, deadstock materials, and Eco fabrics, Reformation proves sustainability can be stylish.
Hold the phone. This brand is a game changer for your wardrobe as well as the indigenous artisans of Chile. Voz is one of the very few ethical luxury fashion companies out right now. Great clothes and killer wine? Book our trip to Chile now please.
If you are a lover of really luxurious textiles, look no further these garments are as cozy as they are classic. Using sustainable fabrics, and recovering Argentinian craft practices through hand looms these dudes are not only creating jobs but actually reducing energy consumption.
Here's another cozy textile line for you. These Patagonian made basics are great for layering into your fall wardrobe. Plus, you'll basically feel like your cuddling an alpaca. Netflix and chill time.
Raven & Lily
Through long term relationships with talented female artisans around the world, this brand keeps your wardrobe fashionable while transforming the lives of women who were previously at-risk to empowered.
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