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Eco-Fashion Brands That You Should Know About – Part II

Being green is more than just buying “eco”.

It is an unshakable commitment to a sustainable lifestyle.


Eco-Fashion Brands That You Should Know About  Part II


This article is the sequence to the first part of article on 31 Eco-Fashion Brands That You Should Know About.

Growing fashion tendencies and modern technologies show us that the main trend and the best choice of the future will be the most environmentally friendly and technologically advanced products.

Let’s continue…

M Patmos (the USA)

M Patmos

The brand offers eco-friendly pieces abound in each collection and the designers favor natural materials like cotton, silk, and linen with the occasional alpaca addition.

Study NY (the USA)

Study NY


The womenswear brand produces high-quality clothing made of sustainable materials such as organic cotton, linen and hand-dyed fabrics through zero-waste processes. Study NY brand by designer Tara St James also uses for the collections hemp, ethically sourced alpaca, or recycled materials.

Thought Clothing (the UK)

Thought Clothing


The company designs and makes beautiful women and men apparel and accessories for all occasions using organic cotton and natural materials like bamboo and hemp.

Verena Bellutti Bags and Accessories


Verena Bellutti Bags and Accessories

Verena Bellutti creates eco-friendly, unique and handmade products, which are sustainable, vegan and functional for every occasion.

Pelcor  (Portugal)


Pelcor collections include bags, shoes, hats, tech accessories, home accessories and pet accessories. The brand develops trendy and innovative products inspired by cork, which is a natural, ecological and recyclable material.

Costello Tagliapietra (the USA)
Costello Tagliapietra

Costello Tagliapietra uses a special eco-friendly AirDye technology to color their fabrics. AirDye technology is an environmentally friendly process that utilizes less water and less energy than traditional textile dyeing processes.

Amana (England)


Combining organically grown and recycled fabrics, Amana collections have minimal negative environmental impact.


Bleed Organic Clothing (Germany)
Bleed Organic Clothing


The brand offers a wide range of accessories, eco- streetwear and sportswear for men and women. They make their products from nontoxic vegan fabrics such as organic cotton, cork, Tencel, hemp, linen and recycled polyester.

Bluer Denim (the USA)

Bluer Denim


Bluer Denim uses eco-friendly ozone washing processes.  American made denim gets our attention in their innovative idea for every new pair of Bluer jeans you purchase; you may donate an old pair.

Kitx (Australia)

Bluer Denim

They choose for their collections of women’s clothes, shoes and accessories ethical and eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton, from natural cotton seeds without chemicals.

Dick Moby (the Netherlands)
Bluer Denim


Together with the Surfrider Foundation and the American Terracycle, Dick Moby contributed to an innovative project focused on the production of stylish, high quality, 100% recycled sunglasses. The designers through their products started to deal with the plastic pollution problem. The brand uses ZEISS premium lenses for the best possible UV protection and added anti- scratched layer.

Skunkfunk (Spain)


They design sustainable garments and offer more and more eco-friendly, vegan, fair-trade and organic clothing for women.

El Naturalista (Spain)

El Naturalista

They create comfortable, fashionable eco-footwear and propose different combination of  organic textiles.


NOIR  Illuminati II (Denmark)

NOIR  Illuminati II

All textile-processing chemicals used by Noir Illuminati II have Global Organic Textile Standard certificates. This standard for organic textiles covers the production, processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, exportation, importation and distribution of all natural fibers.

Riyka (the UK)



The eco-friendly brand Riyka offers slouchy jumpers, oversized dresses, shirts and tees.  They source fabrics that have minimal impact on the environment or the people using low-impact dyes, upcycling natural materials, or growing organic pesticide-free cotton.

Therefore, the new philosophy of eco-friendly designers is to minimize waste and environmental impact in the fashion world and their brands have already done it.

Create your “Green Closet” of sustainable and ethical fashion brands.

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