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Womenswear and Menswear (A-H)

Womenswear and menswear A-H Fellowship 500 members

Please find listed below womenswear and menswear members A to H of the FELLOWSHIP 500. Profiles are regularly added to this list.

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Womenswear and menswear A-H Fellowship 500 members

allenomis

Profile: allenomis creates responsive and responsible garments for the urban dweller. The high quality materials, the superior tailoring and the “no-season” approach used by allenomis means their clothes can be worn to create a variety of looks whilst also extending their life-cycle and reducing waste. A key aspect is the local production and the use of materials to maintain control over quality, ensure ethical work practices and ultimately have a positive social impact by feeding into the local economy.

Pioneering in: Adaptable and versatile “no-season” garments.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear.

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allenomis

Animaná

Profile: Animaná is an Andean garment manufacturer who works with local communities and use natural fibres and dyes. The company aims to facilitate links between suppliers and buyers to help keep ancient skills and craftsmanship alive in Patagonia and the Andes. Their most recent collection by Dominique Peclers is designed to give an alternative to the cosmopolitan consumer, uniting slow fashion and Pantagonian pure fibres.

Pioneering in: Reviving and supporting ancient artisanal skills. Expanding the ethical fashion movement in South America.

Fellowship sector: Supply sector – fair trade / cooperative.

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Animaná

Arthur & Henry

Profile: Arthur & Henry believe that every man needs a good shirt and founded the brand to provide beautiful and ethical men’s shirts. They make proper shirts with cuffs (double and single) and collars. It’s a shirt you can wear to work, to the pub, or on a date. They are well made and they do not cut corners. They are good for the environment and made with organic cotton. They are good for the people who have had a hand in making them, from the farmers to the tailors.

Pioneering in: Ethical and organic cotton shirts for men.

Fellowship sector: Menswear.

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Arthur & Henry

Braintree

Profile: Braintree Clothing is a unique independent fashion brand with a simple philosophy – to design and make beautiful, timeless fashion while caring for the environment and caring for the people who make them. Championing eco fibres since the mid- 1990’s, Braintree uses hemp, organic cotton and bamboo fabrics to create a its full collection of wardrobe essentials for men and women.

Pioneering in: Ethical production and transparency at all stages of production.

Fellowship Sector: Menswear and womenswear.

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Braintree

Cream & Co

Profile: Cream & Co is an online store dedicated to bringing you an ethically sourced range of clothing, bed linen and towels. All products are ethically sourced in organic cotton and bamboo. Cream & Co uses looks for companies who are certified by SKA, a non profit organisation that certifies organic and ethical production along side the Soil Association and many others.

Pioneering in: Sourcing organic cotton and bamboo products.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear, menswear and childrenswear.

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Cream & Co

Earth Heir

Profile: Earth Heir brings a collection of unique handcrafted pieces from around the world, with an ecological and social mission. The company began with a desire to partner with master artisans to create timeless, contemporary pieces while preserving the heritage and tradition of their forebears. Earth Heir supports fair trade principles, environmental sustainability and ethical partnerships with craftspeople, they hope to reduce exploitation and help them benefit directly from their art and achieve sustainable livelihoods. Earth Heir donates 50% of profits to sustainable partnerships and works with organisations who work amongst the trafficked in Malaysia and Cambodia.

Pioneering in: Seeking best practices that respect people and nature.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear.

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Earth Heir

Eternal Creation

Profile: Fair trade label Eternal Creation works in the Himalayas with Tibetan refugees and Indian artisans. The company produces tailored fashion for men, women and children. Employing over 70 staff that span Tibetan, Nepali and Indian cultures, Eternal Creation’s cooperatives encompass Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim faiths and work to improve livelihoods across many areas.

Pioneering in: Commitment to cooperative production.

Fellowship sector: Supply and fair trade.

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Eternal Creation

Aikya Designs

Profile: Aikya is sanscrit for harmony, being at one with yourself and your environment. Aikya Designs, is the fashion brand of Sandra Moore. She uses fabrics that are sustainable, environmentally friendly and recyclable. Aikya Designs uses natural materials such as organic cotton, bamboo, tencel and silk. The dyes that are used are also organic and sourced ethically. Where possible, materials are sourced within the UK to cut down on the carbon footprint.

Pioneering in: Each item produced contains an appropriate quote to symbolise the story behind it.

Fellowship sector: Babywear, childrenswear, womenswear and menswear.

Aikya Designs

Cheval Amour

Profile: Cheval Amour is an equestrian-inspired apparel company founded by Lisa Kelly Simmons, PE. Lisa a life-long equestrian who draws on both her deep love of horses and professional experience in environmental sustainability to create comfortable, long-lasting, beautiful clothes from environmentally and socially responsible fabrics.

Pioneering in: Ethical equestrian apparel.

Fellowship sector: Sportswear.

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Cheval Amour

Collective

Profile: By always focusing on sustainability in every step of their business, Collective want to build relationships between people and the environment. They encourage individual contribution to positive social change and environmental stability and to never forget each and every hand that their garments have touched. All of COLLECTIVE’s sourcing and manufacturing has been carefully considered in an effort to create a responsible premium garment and although deeply proud of their supply chain they recognise that this is an ongoing challenge that requires them to continually find new ways of working that achieve ecological, social and cultural balance.

Pioneering in: Ethical and high quality clothing basics.

Fellowship sector: Basic womenswear and menswear.

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Collective

Carlie Ballard

Profile: Carlie Ballard is an Australian fashion brand advocating for ethical and sustainable practices, and quality, independent design. Inspired by the beauty of artisan, handwoven textiles, Carlie Ballard designs a trans-seasonal collection with ease of wear and travel in mind. Each garment is made using individually dyed yarns and traditional wooden hand looms powered by master artisans in Southern India.

Pioneering in: Bold prints and iconic ikat techniques.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear.

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Carlie Ballard