The Ethical Clothing Guide

The Ethical Clothing Guide
A List of Sustainable Fashion Brands To Know in 2022.
We Get it. Shopping in 2022 feels complicated.

Discovering sustainable fashion retailers amongst the repetitive noise and spectacle of all the unethical fast fashion brands ... it's feeling a bit like the proverbial needle in the haystack.

You're looking for ethical places to shop. Sustainable places to shop.
We're here to help.
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1. Orbit The Label.
The epitome of organic ethical clothing in Australia.
Orbit clothing is designed by Lou Doherty in the Northern Rivers, NSW and made in Australia. 
Lou utilises Australian made organic cotton knit fabric in her designs. She hand dyes the fabric herself. The garments are sewn locally by a group of close knit women. 
Orbit's 100% Australian manufacturing and design process lands it at the very top of our list of sweatshop free brands. 
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2. Outland Denim.
One of the most conscientious ethical and sustainable brands on the market. Outland's impressive credentials currently include; 'B Corp Certification', 'Global Organic Textile Standard', 'Bluesign Certification' and a 'Great' rating on the 'Good on You' app.
 Outland excels in advocacy for their female workers in Cambodia. Offering education programs include budgeting, women’s and infant health, computing skills, human trafficking awareness, English, and self defence to their staff.

3. Hall Store.
Your hunt for ethical and affordable small clothing brands can end right here at number 3. Hall Store's natural linen clothes and cotton knits are made ethically in Indonesia. They are made by a family-owned enterprise that Australian designer Emily Hall visits frequently.
Hall Store is one of many affordable slow fashion brands that we've discovered with price points under AUD $200.

4. Golden Brown The Label.

In contrast with many unethical fashion brands, Golden Brown the label's focus in on the longevity of each garment they create.
Their designs have a timeless quality. Offering the discerning shopper an opportunity to finally discover elements of sustainability in luxury fashion.
Golden Brown offer slow fashion, natural fibre and a small batch production strategy. All with a nostalgic, dreamy aesthetic.

5. Hemp Clothing Australia.

Hemp clothing that will truly look good on you.
Gone are the days of sacrificing style for sustainability. This label's timeless cuts and silhouettes are simply spot on. 
Offering high quality men's, women's and children's hemp wear with thoughtful features such as timber or corozo buttons instead of (the more common & less sustainable) plastic ones.