In celebration of Earth Day, we’ve rounded up 10 brands that are doing eco-friendly right. Here’s a look at some fashions to help you show your love for Mother Earth.
Amour Vert always employ a zero-waste design philosophy and use only organic and sustainable fabrics along with low impact dyes to craft their wearable, everyday staple pieces.
Formosa Necklace, $130
This necklace, along with everything else in Lombardi's collection, is made from vintage and repurposed materials.
H&M Conscious Collection
Embroidered Dress, $299
Part of the mass retailer's eco-friendly collection, this dress is made from a combination of recycled polyamide, organic cotton, and polyamide.
Tees for Change
Inspire Change, $34
A small women-owned and operated business that makes tees with inspiring messages, all of which are fashioned out of sustainable and organic materials.
Ozone Dress, $198
Made out of "dead stock" (excess fabric left over by fashion houses that typically goes to waste), this is one of the many fashion-forward items stocked at New York City and Los Angels' Reformation.
Launched just last year, all of McCartney's sunglasses are made from 54% natural resources.
Mixed Print Shirt Dress, $398
With a recent partnership with Diesel under their belt, Edun - founded by, among others, Bono, - is well on its way to becoming a household name with their made-in-Africa apparel.
Zipper Bangle, $176
This original piece is handmade in Los Angeles using 100% reclaimed metal.
Chinti & Parker
Big Heart Sweater, $453
A British carbon neutral brand, Chinti & Parker makes nearly everything they sell in the EU, their packaging is fair trade, and nearly all of their materials are 100% organic.
A California-based brand, all of Cleobella's bags are handmade in Indonesia and Bali by local artisans using mostly recycled materials.