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We believe every purchase we make should support a better future for the planet. We thoroughly vet each brand we carry to ensure they meet high standards of responsible sourcing and ethical production, so you can feel good knowing you're investing in more than just great new pieces for your closet or home.

LocationToronto, ON

Established2013

The Story

The original idea for Alice + Whittles was born in Tunisia, with two UN workers seeking to create positive change in the world. They did so by developing footwear that reflects their own humanitarian values: footwear that’s handmade in a family-run factory in Sri Lanka using 100% natural rubber that is harvested from responsibly managed local forests. Lightweight and comfortable, these boots are made for being on the move, with a sleek, minimalist style that is “versatile enough to go from a refugee camp to a board room in a matter of minutes.”

The Impact

• Fair Trade

• FSC Certified

Alice + Whittles

LocationNorcross, GA

Established1995

The Story

Alternative Apparel is a lifestyle brand known for its comfort, style, and social responsibility. Their garments are crafted with organic and recycled materials, low impact dyes, and water-conserving washes. Most of their factories are WRAP-certified and all adhere to Fair Labor Association guidelines.

The Impact

• Worldwide Responsible Accredited Product (WRAP) Certified

• Fair Labor Association Compliant

• OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Certified 

• Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Certified 

Alternative Apparel

LocationSan Francisco, CA

Established2015

The Story

Bathing Culture was started by two San Franciscans tired of body wash that was full of toxic synthetics that stripped their skin of moisture. Their answer? Body wash, soap, and other skincare products made from ingredients that are entirely biodegradable and sustainably harvested. Plus, all their plastic packaging is made using #NoNewPlastic; only recycling taken from California curbside bins.

The Impact

• Certified Organic

• Vegan & Cruelty Free

• Carbon Neutral 

• Biodegradable

• #NoNewPlastic Recycled Packaging

Bathing Culture

LocationMalibu, CA

Established1995

The Story

BED|STU makes footwear and accessories as individual as the people that wear them. Their products are proudly made be real people, using traditional techniques: Goodyear welted, handwoven, hand-sewn, washed, and tumbled.  They use natural leathers, free range when possible, a vegetable based tanning process, and hand finish each product. GENUINE|UNIQUE|IMPERFECT

The Impact

• Natural, vegetable-tanned leathers

• Water-based glues 

• Plant-based dyes

• Handmade by Real People 

• UPS Carbon Neutral Member

BED|STÜ

LocationMiddlebury, VT

Established2012

The Story

Creating solutions to persistent kitchen waste, Bee’s Wrap makes reusable food wrap from organic cotton muslin infused with natural beeswax, tree resin, and jojoba oil. The wrap is washable, reusable, and compostable.

The Impact

• Certified B Corp

• 1% For the Planet® Member

Bee's Wrap

LocationToronto, ON

Established2017

The Story

Brave Soles, a footwear and accessory brand inspired by years working in vulnerable communities near landfills, sees up-cycling as an opportunity for innovation. They use upcycled tires and inner tubes in everything from tote bags to boots. All Brave Soles products are handmade in the Dominican Republic by highly skilled local artisans.

The Impact

• 100% Upcycled Materials

• Ethical Manufacturing  

Brave Soles

LocationCambridge, MA

Established2015

The Story

Curio Spice Co. is on a mission to improve the lives of spice farmers, by directly sourcing from small, sustainable farms, as well as inspire culinary creativity by crafting blends that celebrate unique flavors from all around the world. They value organic fair trade ingredients, supporting women, and enriching the local community - and making sure we ALL have the opportunity to eat well. 

The Impact

• Certified B Corp

• Organic & Fair Trade Ingredients

• Women-Owned

Curio Spice Co.

LocationElche, Alicante

Established2015

The Story

Flamingos Life makes vegan sneakers from corn waste, organic cotton, recycled plastic bottles, and natural rubber. They are ethically made exclusively in Spain, which allows greater control of the process and a reduced carbon footprint. For every pair of shoes sold, Flamingos Life plants five trees and recycles two plastic bottles in collaboration with two NGOs.

The Impact

• 100% Vegan 

• Organic & Recycled materials

Flamingos Life

LocationBoston, MA

Established2011

The Story

Forsake, founded by two former ski bums that saw a need for all-weather footwear with more versatility and fewer frills, is committed to enacting positive change in local communities. The company offsets 100% of its direct and indirect carbon emissions and creates boots with leather sourced exclusively from the highest-rated tanneries.

The Impact

• Climate Neutral Certified

• Carbonfree®

Forsake

LocationSeattle, WA

Established2016

The Story

Girlfriend Collective is committed to treating workers fairly and paying livable wages, producing every product as sustainably as possible, and promoting garment manufacturers with the same values. Their product, activewear created by recycled water bottles and fishing nets, is made in a SA8000 factory in Taiwan for people of all shapes and sizes. Each pair of leggings is created with about 25 recycled plastic bottles.

The Impact

• SA8000 Certified

• Recycled Materials 

Girlfriend Collective

LocationNorthern Denmark

Established1993

The Story

In 1993 Nanny Glerups felted her first pair of boots using wool from her own Gotland sheep. 25 years later they are still headquartered in the countryside of northern Denmark, which also happens to be Nanny and Ove’s home. All of the uppers on their boots and shoes are 100% natural wool, and the soles consist of either natural rubber or leather, which is free of PCP, AZO dyes and Chromium-VI.

The Impact

• Natural & Biodegradable Materials

Glerups

LocationBerlin, Germany

The Story

Stop! Microwaste is a nonprofit initiative started by a group of surfers and nature lovers as a way to raise awareness about microplastic pollution. The profits from every sale of the Guppyfriend® Washing Bag goes to the STOP! Plastic Academy to raise awareness about microplastic pollution and to educate people about the problem.

The Impact

• The Guppyfriend® Washing Bag is one of the market's most effective solutions for reducing microplastic waste

Guppyfriend

LocationJapan

Established1972

The Story

Kinto is a Japanese home goods brand that makes products that enrich daily life, including handmade coffeeware, teaware, tableware, and lifestyle accessories. Each of Kinto’s beautifully designed products represent a balance between usability and modern aesthetic. In 2020 Kinto has committed to carbon neutral shipping, eliminating plastic in shipping supplies, and embracing diversity and inclusion in all facets of their operations. 

The Impact

• Carbon Neutral Shipping

Kinto

LocationLos Angeles, CA

Established2007

The Story

Known Supply is not only a clothing brand, but a movement and platform for social good. As the self-proclaimed “Most Human Brand”, they’re on a mission to reconnect consumers with the clothes they wear by honoring and celebrating the people that made them. In fact, each Known Supply product is accompanied by the signature of the person who made it.

The Impact

• Certified B Corp

Known Supply

The Story

Marley’s Monsters makes handmade zero waste essentials like reusable kitchen products and baby goods. The company ships only in recyclable and compostable materials, uses scraps in creative ways, and utilizes reusable tools whenever possible.

The Impact

• BRING Rethink Certified business

Marley's Monsters

LocationNashville, TN

Established1996

The Story

Artisan candlemakers Paddywax believe in the magically nostalgic power of fragrance and its connection to emotion and moments. Each of their collections start with a story and build around that with complex and sophisticated fragrances to bring warmth and nostalgia to your home. Their candles are produced domestically in the US using natural soy wax, and all vessels are designed to be reused.

The Impact

• Reusable/Low Waste

• Natural & Biodegradable Materials

Paddywax

LocationCosta Mesa, CA

Established2015

The Story

Slowtide was created with the original idea of building a new canvas for art in the form of a beach towel. Today, they collaborate with brands, artists, and photographers to bring beautiful designs to the beach, and use 100% organic cotton and 100% recycled post-consumer waste to produce towels, blankets and ponchos.

The Impact

• Cotton LEADS program

• Recycled Materials

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LocationEmeryville, CA

Established2016

The Story

Stasher is a female-owned B-Corp that is combatting single-use plastic by making food-grade silicone storage bags that can go from the freezer to the oven, to boiling water to the dishwasher. The company repurposes damaged bags for soft, safe playground pebbles.

About the Brand

• Certified B Corp

• 1% For the Planet® Member

Stasher

LocationSan Francisco, CA

Established2012

The Story

Sunski creates their sunglasses around five sustainability pillars: recycled frames, no plastic packaging, 1% for the planet, lifetime warranty, and carbon neutral. In less than a decade, they have donated over $150,000 to environmental nonprofits.

The Impact

• 1% For the Planet® Member

• Recycled Materials

Sunski

LocationEdinburgh, Scotland

Established2015

The Story

Tartan Blanket Co. makes heirloom-quality blankets and accessories designed to be loved for years or even passed down from generation to generation. Their timeless designs are sustainably-made using materials like recycled wool, lambswool, and cashmere with the help of partner mills in India and Mongolia. Starting in 2019 they’ve committed to increasing their positive impact, with 1% of their revenue going towards protecting the environment and offsetting carbon, and 1% to charities and community programs. Past partners include Cool Earth and NAACP.

The Impact

• 2% of revenue donated to social and environmental partners

• Natural & Recycled Materials

Tartan Blanket Co.

LocationNew York, NY

Established2016

The Story

Warp + Weft is a family-owned company that makes size-inclusive denim in a vertically-integrated mill in Pakistan. A pair of their jeans requires less than 10 gallons of water to make (a traditional pair takes 1,500); beyond that, they treat and recycle 98% of the water they do use. The company also skips the environmentally-harmful bleaching process and promises fair wages, reasonable hours, and positive working conditions for all its people.

The Impact

• OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Certified 

• Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Certified

• Sedex Member

Warp + Weft

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