Gentlemen, good news: ethical and sustainable fashion brands aren’t just for the ladies. Below are a few of the best out there.Read More
There is, thankfully, an ever-growing list of ethical fashion brands. For that reason, I’m limiting this list to the brands that I personally use and recommend. I’ll keep updating this list as I try out more brands and products.Read More
If you want to support ethical fashion but don’t have $200 to spend on a new outfit, here are a eight ways that you can shop ethically on the cheap:Read More
When people shop at fast-fashion retailers, it’s generally because they’re unaware of the social and environmental impacts of fast fashion, or because they believe that slow fashion is overpriced.
It makes sense. A shirt at H&M, for example, might cost $20, whereas a similar shirt from a slow-fashion brand might cost $50 or $100. Why is that?Read More
The term “ethical fashion”—sometimes referred to as “slow fashion”—is used to describe fashion brands that commit to ethical and sustainable production methods.
Because the term “ethical fashion” exists, it implies that some fashion brands don’t use ethical or sustainable production methods. And this is true. In fact, in an effort to maximize their profits, the majority of fashion brands use unethical production methods, which have devastating consequences on the environment and people. Below is an overview of each.Read More