ACACIA is a Hawai‘i-based women's collective that designs swim and ready-to-wear clothing inspired by nature, heritage, and femininity. Their sustainable fashion features recycled swim fabric, natural fibers, and compostable packaging. The company was founded by Naomi Acacia Newirth in 2010, with a mission to offer sophisticated swimwear for women.
Antiquaria is a women-owned business that was founded in Austin, Texas by Emma James and Bailey Amon. The two owners met at a stationary store and decided to combine their skills in illustration and calligraphy to create Antiquaria.
Aya Paper Co. creates sustainable greeting cards and gifts to celebrate important people and moments. The brand prioritizes authenticity, sustainability, and community involvement, and is committed to representing the diverse Black experience. The founder, SaVonne Anderson, was inspired by encouraging notes from friends and family, and focuses on creating high-quality, eco-friendly products.
Back Beat Co is a 100% LA brand. They pride themselves with their sustainable choices from their low impact fabrics, ethical manufacturing, to their compostable shipping. They describe their clothing as an infusion of wearable skate-n-surf with vintage detailing.
Baggu is a popular brand that offers a range of bags for everyday use. The company was founded by Emily Sugihara and her mother who wanted to create a more sustainable alternative to the traditional cotton shopping bag. They started by using recycled materials, and the first baggu was made from nylon, which became their classic style. Baggu's mission is to continue making simple, intentional items for everyday use.
Founded in India, this family-owned business creates ethically sourced and handcrafted jewelry inspired by the beauty of wild and natural forces. Their mission is to establish a meaningful connection between the wearer and Mother Earth.
Beaumont Organic is an ethical women's wear brand that creates sustainable "contemporary Conscious Clothing" using luxury and eco fabrics. Their vision is to be a respected international organic and ethical brand that people are proud to wear. They are committed to sustainability by producing ethically, reducing wastage, and being transparent in their processes.
Blow Me is a small family business that started as a pandemic project. Their candles are made with vegan, nontoxic ingredients using real human hands. They use sustainable packaging and produce in small batches to ensure the highest quality products are made.
Boyish is a women's denim brand that offers sustainable and affordable fashion. They fuse vintage silhouettes with modern updates, taking inspiration from the "boyish" style. By using men's fabrics tailored to fit a woman's body, they produce denim sustainably and ethically.
By Ren is a handmade jewelry line based in Philadelphia, founded by Rachael Compton. The brand's designs are minimalistic yet playful, created with the intention of representing personal style and individuality. By Ren offers a range of pieces from minimalist necklaces to playful rings, all crafted with high-quality materials. The brand believes in creating wearable works of art that hold sentimental value and serve as a reminder of cherished moments.
Cody Bond is the designer and founder behind Cai and Jo. She creates all of the brand's unique home decor and lifestyle products, drawing inspiration from the natural world. The small independent brand is committed to sustainability and has partnered with climate positive organizations to minimize their environmental impact.
This innovative brand has revolutionized the world of intimate wear through ethical sourcing and a rigorous "Kerry Test." Founder and designer Kerry O'Brien has earned worldwide recognition and two patents for her innovative designs. Her fit tests ensure that each garment is performance-ready for everyday wear and comfortable for all body types.
Dani Dazey personally designs and hand draws each piece for her bold clothing brand, hoping to bring its statement style into the buyer's everyday life. With a commitment to sustainability, the brand uses 100% certified organic cotton and produces in small batches to minimize waste.
EDWIN was established in 1947 in Tokyo, Japan. It introduced the first made-in-Japan jeans in 1961 and pioneered several wash techniques that influenced denim wash processes globally. Today, they continue to create new production technologies and exclusive fabrics, all done sustainably.
Su and Stephanie, a mother-daughter duo, lead the all-women team behind Find Me Now. The brand uses color to showcase everyday expressions seen in nature and in wearers. They hope to remove the stigma with products produced in China and main concern is sustainability.
FRNCH (French) is a Parisian brand that embodies elegance and simplicity, combining feminine and masculine elements. Their pieces draw inspiration from timeless and vintage styles.
Girlfriend Collective was founded by Ellie and Quang Dinh to provide eco-friendly activewear made from recycled materials. They provide shoppers with relief knowing that their favorite activewear is made from “post-consumer water bottles, fishing nets retrieved from the seas, fabric scraps,” among other waste materials.In addition to their sustainable practices, they use recycled and recyclable packaging.
Gola is one of the first sneaker brands in the world. They began their story in a small factory in England in 1905. They’ve not only survived two world ways, but their classic trainers continue to inspire the shoe industry.
Hartland Brooklyn is a sustainable women-owned business celebrating their 10th anniversary this year. They produce high-quality illustrated cards with eco-friendly materials and all cards are made and shipped from their studio in Leeds, NY.
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Steffi Lynn, the creator of this brand, draws inspiration from everyday moments, emotions, and connections, and incorporates a touch of nature into each of her designs. Her aim is to promote positivity through her brand.
Founded by Ty McBride as his first solo branded project, IB has quickly gained loyalty and strong supporters. They continue to push the markets with show stopping items inspired by vintage and visual irony.
In 2006, Lola Jeans was founded without much consideration for the environment. However, in 2020, the brand took action and created an ethical supply chain for sustainable denim, utilizing responsible sourcing and reducing water consumption by 80%.
LSPACE embodies the laid-back, coastal vibe of California living. They understand that the perfect fit can make all the difference, and that's why they prioritize fit and premium fabrics in all their products. The versatile apparel is designed to keep you looking stylish and feeling confident.
The accessory line was founded by Italian and Armenian designer, Emily Antonian Li Mandri. She approaches each design with inspiration from old world techniques, as well as modern and contemporary influence. The high quality and made to order accessories have been featured in many large publications, like Vogue and Sports Illustrated.
Encouraged by the positive response she received after creating wedding invitations for friends, Cayce decided to turn her skills into a business. Starting with invitations, she has now expanded to include greeting cards and now prints, all self-taught.
Meg, the artist behind Nelie G. Mae, is a citizen of Red Lake Nation who values her Ojibwe heritage but draws inspiration from her diverse ancestry and life experiences. Her beadwork is a way of weaving together her past with her dreams for the future. Her pieces are one-of-a-kind and draw inspiration from various sources.
NOTTE Jewelry is a fun lifestyle brand founded by former accessories trend director Jessica Tse. The brand features a mix of New York quirk and Italian-inspired aesthetics, with pieces designed and crafted using precious metals and unexpected materials like pearls and seashells. Jessica aims to share her love for thoughtfully made jewelry while bringing happiness through her designs.
Oval Square is a fashion brand that mixes contemporary and timeless styles, aiming to inspire individual expression and confidence. Their brand values include breaking rules, being inspired by others, and appreciating basics.
Project Social T designs and produces their Perfect T in LA, using innovative fabrics, quality local yarns, and their unique dye process. Their loose comfortable style and color palette are inspired by the Southern California lifestyle.
Parks project is an amazing sustainable and ethical brand with a focus on parkland preservation. They have a great we give back program which has already funded over two million dollars for national parks.
Bonus: Their clothing is made from 100% organic cotton!
The women-owned business prioritizes local production and ethical living to ensure the highest quality fabrics and sustainability standards. They have full control over their supply chain and make a personal contribution to their local economy. Their aim is for consumers to choose well, buy less, and make their garments last.
Rolla's is an Australian denim brand that offers warm, vintage-inspired jeans with a modern classic style. Their focus is on sustainability, using premium fabrics, reducing harmful chemicals and recycling water. With decades of expertise, Rolla's provides a flattering fit, authentic washes, and signature back pockets.
ROMI Apothecary offers accessible plant-based skincare products made with fresh ingredients from small farmers in their bioregion. Their formulations combine scientific evidence and traditional herbal knowledge. ROMI aims to inspire daily plant-powered self-care rituals that promote health and beauty.
We adore Salt and Stone, a clean skincare brand that prioritizes environmental and personal well-being. Their product line draws inspiration from the elements, and they are dedicated to protecting the planet and our bodies. Their eco-conscious efforts extend to their packaging, which is produced from up-cycled ocean plastics using renewable solar energy.
All Scandal candles are made using soy wax and essential oils, which are both non-toxic and vegan-friendly. Additionally, they are produced without cruelty to animals. With their classic "scandy" designs, these candles are sure to attract attention in any room.
Estefania & Daniel, owners of Studio Fantastique, began their journey as designers for large fast fashion companies. However, they soon realized the negative impact of the fast fashion industry on the environment and the people involved. As a result, they decided to break away from that system and founded Studio Fantastique with a strong commitment to sustainability at every stage of their production process.
Tach infuses vintage timeless silhouettes with contemporary fashion. Most garments have been incorporated with their signature wool and hand embroidered detailing, which is all done in Uruguay. The sister designers from Uruguay recognized the importance of local production and the decline in smaller textile businesses in the area. They sought out to not only create a fresh new brand, but a fair trade environment as well.
Fiber artist, Macey LeVahn is the creator of these homemade macrame goods. Provided in a variety of colors these boho-chic style products are a must!
Their goal is clear: to empower all women and nonbinary individuals in the great outdoors. By partnering with like-minded nonprofits and brands, they raise funds to promote equality in outdoor activities.