02.01 CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

Brothers on Earth & Provence Equitable EURL

Description

Online store for T-shirts and polos from the Brothers on Earth label, made using organic and fair trade cotton, certified by bioRe Label.

Contact

Tel: +33 (0) 6 61 41 91 68
Email: fcavallino@gmail.com
Web: www.provence-equitable.com

Armedangels

Description

An ecologically minded fashion label from Germany in the medium price range that uses organic cotton, produced in Fairtrade-certified factories and gives part of its profits to charity foundations.

Contact

Tel: +49 221 5708 8381
Email: britta@armedangels.de
Web: www.armedangels.de

Thieves Boutique

Description

Stocks men and women’s ready-to-wear eco-clothing and accessories by independent designers, including the house line, Thieves.

Contact

Tel: +1 647 435 4880
Email: info@thieves.ca
Web: www.thievesboutique.com

Purity

Description

Purity is a women’s and children’s organic and fair trade clothing boutique, dedicated to providing fashionable, ethical clothing. They stock all the major ethical brands, including People Tree, Seasalt and Komodo. For children they carry items from suppliers such as Frugi, Kite Kids and Green Baby. They also offer an eclectic range of ethical gifts for all the family.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 1252 820 055
Email: shop@puritystyle.com
Web: www.puritystyle.com

Key Words

Womens Ethical Fashion, Fairtrade clothes, organic clothing, ethical gifs

People Tree Ltd

Description

A pioneering fair trade fashion and eco-friendly mail order company, offering dynamic fashion for men, women, children and babies. The range features organic cotton, natural materials and low-impact dyes, and promotes traditional skills and organic farming, creating much needed income to rural areas and protecting the health of farmers and the environment. Read more »

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7042 8900
Email: people@peopletree.co.uk
Web: www.peopletree.co.uk

Key Words

mail order, organic cotton clothing, babies, children, men, women, natural materials, low-impact dyes, traditional skills

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