Adidas by Stella McCartney– The collaboration between Adidas and Stella McCartney that puts sustainability into performance wear. Organic cotton and recycled nylons are found throughout the collection.
Agolde– Made in L.A. at the same facility that sustainable denim line Citizens of Humanity uses. The factory uses sustainable washers that recycle and use less water.
Aijek– Aijek is made sustainable fabrics like recycled nylon, and high-quality natural materials like silk. They are a great (more affordable than a luxury option) for formal occasions like prom.
African Botanics– Made with organic and sustainable ingredients sourced from small South African Farms. African Botanics gives back to the community they work with and are paraben and sulfate free.
All Things Mochi– Handcrafted with traditional methods passed down for generations in artisan communities around the world.
Alo– Made with ethical, sweat-shop free practices. Alo is WRAP certified and uses low water dyes in their manufacturing.
Amur– Made in NYC using recycled, reclaimed, organic, and sustainable materials that come from fairly paid artisan collectives.
Apiece Apart-Designed for streamlined capsule wardrobe and made with natural and sustainable materials with natural and eco-friendly dyes like rhubarb.
ATM– Named for designer Antony Thomas Melillo, the brand uses high-quality natural materials like pima cotton that is sourced locally where they produce in Peru.
Axiology– Lipsticks and makeup that are made from organic, natural ingredients and have cruelty-free production.
Ayni– Produced in Peru with natural, sustainable materials. Ayni believes and practices social, economic, and environmental engagement.
Backstage– Australian clothing that evokes true Aussie sensibility. The clothes are ethically produced in Australia.
Bailey 44– Designed and produced locally in L.A.
Bella Dahl– Bella Dahl is based in L.A. She is known for the Tencera™ fabric which is derived from tencel and gives her clothing a specific soft touch and sleek finish that is still biodegradable. The trees are sustainably harvested, and naturally bleached and are produced with non-toxic solvents.
Beyond Yoga– Designed and produced locally in L.A. with responsible business practices. They have included natural materials like Pima and organic cotton in past collections and work with WRAP certified partners.
Citizens of Humanity– Made in L.A. with sustainable production practices that have led the industry.
Clare V.– Ethically made in Los Angeles.
Cleobella– Handmade in Bali using traditional techniques and employing local artisans.
Coola– Reef-friendly, organic sunscreen.
Cosabella– Designed in Miami and produced in a family run, ethical factory in Italy.
Cult Gaia– Made of reclaimed bamboo in L.A.
DL1961– Made in L.A. with sustainable production practices and sustainable materials like organic cotton are used when possible.
Dr. Barbara Strum– Eco-friendly skincare that combines tech and natural ingredients. It’s produced in Germany.
Ellis Brooklyn– Artisanally produced in Brooklyn in small batches. Ellis Brooklyn is committed to sustainability and bottles with lead-free, recycled glass.
Fame and Partners– Made in L.A. with a focus on producing as little waste as possible, and sustainable and natural materials.
Faithfull– Handmade in Bali using traditional techniques, and local materials when possible.
Grown Alchemist– Made with certified organic ingredients that still produce results. You get the boost from natural peptides, acids, and cell-communicating actives.
GRLFRND– Inspired by the supermodels of the 90’s, GRILFRND is made in L.A. with sustainable production.
Henne Organics– Made with certified organic, and cruelty-free ingredients.
Herbivore Botanicals– Handmade in small batches, with organic, non-toxic, food grade ingredients. Skincare you can eat.
Hot as Hell– Eco-friendly lingerie and ready wear that’s still sexy. Hot as Hell uses earth-friendly materials like corn-based nylon and sustainable production like digital printing.
Indah– Ethically handmade in Bali.
Jade Swim– Made with sustainable Italian nylon.
Janessa Leone– Made with ethically sourced wool in the U.S. The factory Janessa uses is employee-owned.
JINsoon– 10-free nail polish. This means it’s made without Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP, Formaldehyde resin, Camphor, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide, Triphenyl phosphate, parabens, and lead.
Katie May– Handmade by ethical artisans in L.A.
Kayu– Made in the Philippines, using sustainable materials like straw and locally sourced shells. Kayu employs artisans to craft with their traditional techniques.
Kiini– Recyclable bathing suits. They are handmade and hand crocheted by artisans.
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Kjaer Weis– Makeup that’s organic and natural, with packaging that’s refillable.
Komono– Komono is integrating sustainable materials and practices like recycled plastic and biodegradable acetate into their brand. They started this integration with NEUTRØ a sustainable line that used naturally derived materials.
Lashfood– Natural lash enhancement. Made with natural and non-toxic ingredients that are safe for your eyes. The formula is free of nasty stuff like sulfates, and synthetic fragrances.
Lemlem– Made with traditionally handwoven Ethiopian cotton.
LNDR– Sustainably produced in the E.U.
Maaji– Produced ethically in Colombia. Maaji helps to restore Colombian waterways.
Made by Dawn– Sustainably produced in California.
Madeworn– Produced and designed locally in L.A. using ecologically sound natural materials like organic cotton.
Mara Hoffman– Designed in NYC and produced around the world with ethical practices and exclusively sustainable materials like handwoven organic cotton and Tencel.
Marysia Swim– Made ethically and locally in Brazil.
Mercedes Salazar– Made by artisans in Columbia incorporating traditional indegenous techniques.
Mes Demoiselles– Handcrafted by artisans in India and Nepal.
Michael Stars– Made in L.A. using natural, sustainable, and locally sourced materials for their eco-friendly collection.
Naadam– Knitwear that uses sustainably sourced natural materials like cashmere that is from traditional nomads and alpaca wool.
Nannacay– Handwoven by female artisans in Peru.
No Ka’Oi– Designed with a Hawaiian vibe and made in Italy. No Ka’Oi has received the Positive Luxury Butterfly Mark.
Nobody Denim– Manufactured locally in Melbourne. They work with Sustainable Victoria to conserve water and energy.
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics– Vegan and cruelty-free makeup.
Olio E Osso– Made in small batches in Portland, Oregon with natural ingredients.
one on one– Handknitted by Greek artisans.
Oribe– Made with formulas that combine natural ingredients like sandalwood with tech to make hair ready for the runway.
Pitusa– Handmade by artisans using locally sourced natural materials.
Raquel Allegra– Made in L.A. with recycled and natural fabrics.
Re/Done– Upcycled Levi’s jeans and upcycled t-shirts/
Rituel de Fille– Handcrafted with 99% natural ingredients.
S’well– Eco-friendly reusable water bottles, made with stainless steel.
Sachin & Babi– Handcrafted in Mumbai in Sachin & Babi’s studio by artisans.
Sancia– Handcrafted by artisans using traditional techniques and local materials.
Skin– Made in the U.S. with sustainable, natural materials like organic cotton, and pima cotton.
Spell and the Gypsy Collective– Handmade by artisans in Bali using natural materials.
Tabula Rasa– A brand that combines traditional slow handknitting with innovative knitting techniques.
Vitamin A– Swimwear that’s made ethically with sustainable materials like recycled nylon.
Year of Ours– Made in L.A. with ecologically sound manufacturing practices.
Yuni– Non-toxic, plant-based formulas.