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These days, green is the new black. From Sophie Hulme's "The Project" to the popularity of vintage shopping, we're seeing a growing interest in sustainable apparel. After all, nothing is more fashion-forward than donning clothes from innovative brands that promote social and environmental responsibility. Thinking about making the switch but don't know where to start? Keep reading to learn about these stylish sustainable fashion brands that you'll surely adore.

Stella McCartney

It's safe to say that no sustainable fashion brands list would be complete without mentioning Stella McCartney and her eponymous label. Aside from her famed leather-free leather and fur-free fur products, she's also known to design elegant knitwear, dresses, tops and evening wear. You can shop her designs on the brand's website and at


Faux fur was never really seen or categorised as a luxury item until designer Hannah Weiland came up with the most glamorous faux furs that are said to be as soft as real animal fur. Even though the label is relatively new, Shrimps' sustainable designs quickly became one of the most anticipated during London Fashion Week. 


Everlane is known for producing high-quality, long-lasting basics that every minimalist will love. After operating online for years, Everlane finally opened their first brick-and-mortar store in New York this year. We take it as a sign that we can expect more expansion from the brand in the coming years. 

ASOS Eco Edit

Looking for clothing from sustainable brands has never been easier with ASOS Eco Edit. It's a special curation within the ASOS website that features sustainable clothing, ranging from dresses to accessories. You can also scout for some nice, one-of-a-kind pieces from indie brands. Browse the selections here

Mayamiko The Label

This fair trade certified womenswear brand primarily produces colourful, printed clothing in cooperation with the local tailors and seamstresses in Malawi. Even the textile used in making their clothes are hand-picked, exclusive fabrics from local women traders. Aside from that, you'll also be impressed with their work on upcycled silks sourced from the outskirts of Milan. Shop their unique and artisanal pieces here.


Sport the sneaker trend while caring for the environment with Veja. This Brazilian brand uses organic cotton, natural wild rubber and recycled fabrics such as Bottle Mesh, which comes from 100% recycled bottles.