Fashion Revolution Week is about remembering the Rana Plaza tragedy and promoting ethical and sustainable fashion so that more people join in the movement. This outfit series is about Certified B brands. Being certified B means that a brand has undergone rigorous checks and is really all about advocating and promoting a better world through their work. I’ve only given a basic description of each brand. They are worth checking out the whole about page because they are doing amazing things.
Ecoalf Top– Made with organic cotton.
Insecta Shoes– The brand uses eco-friendly materials like recycled water bottles and recycled rubber to make their shoes.
United by Blue Bag– Made with organic cotton canvas and vegetable tanned leather.
Finisterre Skirt– Made with organic cotton.
Kotn Top– Made with Egyptian cotton sourced directly from the farmer.
Nisolo Shoes– Made ethically in Peru.
Parker & Clay Bag– Handmade ethically in Ethiopia with locally sourced materials.
Ecoalf Pants– Made with hemp and lyocell.
Veja Shoes– Made with Fair Trade production in Brazil.
Nisolo Bag– Made ethically in Mexico.
Raven + Lily Earrings– Made with carbon neutral production.
Insecta Shoes– All Insecta shoes are produced ethically.