Behno aims to improve factory conditions in developing countries. They have partnered with a nonprofit to build an ethical factory in India called MSA Ethos. See more on their website about The behno Standard.
With the aim to put nature first The Lost Explorer aims to give 100% of profits into protecting nature. Their clothing is made from organic material and natural dyes. This all-weather bag uses deadstock British M.O.D. as the camo shell and waterproof zippers.
Made in Italy all products are free from parabens, silicones, petrochemical emulsifiers and synthetic fragrances. Their face oil nourishes your skin with fatty acids and antioxidants from their cold pressed oils.
Cuyana has created a movement called the Lean Closet to give victims of abuse a new start in partnership with H.E.A.R.T. Donate things to them that you no longer need, they supply the shipping label, and you receive a $10 credit towards your next purchase. Read more about other initiatives on their website.
Frames made from 100% recycled sea plastic. The Spanish company works with the Catalonian port authorities covering 22 ports, helping fishermen to bring in approximately a tonne of plastic waste every three days. The waste is then used as raw material to make recycled designer sunglasses.
Locally produced in New York City, responsible design, using ecological and sustainable fabrics where possible, Zero+Maria Cornejo supports independently owned factories in Peru, Italy, China and Bolivia.
Handcrafted by artisans in Kenya using traditional techniques, working with these artisans to build their business and sustainably increase income, Soko also partners with Charity:Water, United Nations Trust Fund, and The Adventure Project.