Explore our curated selection of products that are carefully crafted with the environment in mind, making it easy for you to shop more sustainably
Processes that strive to find more earth-friendly ways of producing materials, including working to avoid or reduce the use of genetically modified seeds, certain pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or processes that generate excessive water pollution during production. Can also include materials or products that hold independent certifications related to good environmental, social, or animal welfare practices, such as cotton certified under the Global Organic Textile Standard, viscose certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, or wool certified to meet the Responsible Wool Standard..
Recycled products are made by processes that convert consumer waste, such as scraps of fiber or plastic bottles, into reusable material, which in turn can be reprocessed into new products.
Plant-based materials are made with fibers derived from sources such as bark, wood, or cotton, and not from animals.
Processes that aim to better or leave a lower impact on the environment by taking into account factors such as the welfare of people, animal rights, water use, emission reduction, energy use, waste reduction, etc.
Repurposing old or vintage materials in such a way that creates a different product, which could also be of higher quality or value.
Responsible manufacturing focuses on improving the workplace conditions under which a brand's products are made or the environmental impact that may result from the manufacturing proceses. This category may include products that are locally made within the brand's own community or country, as well as artisan made, supporting traditional or age-old techniques..