Kind Jewellery

Hand-made in London, Kind Jewellery use recycled metals and materials in 80 per cent of their collection. Influenced by moon phases, the collection is sharp and symbolic, using basic shapes and colours. 



Using traditional approaches to craftsmanship in Kenya, Made focuses on providing a sustainable employment alongside education and training. Influenced by Kenyan design, passed down through generations, the line uses reclaimed brass alongside materials bought from locals to benefit the whole community



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Hemp Eyewear  

Hemp Eyewear make the world's first hemp fibre frames. By developing a sustainable technology which uses organic plant fibre to make solid and lightweight material, Hemp Eyewear are pushing the boundaries within sustainable eyewear.




Beyond Skin

Designed in Brighton and manufactured in Spain, the Beyond Skin line features luxury dress shoes that are 100 per cent vegan.  From holographic pumps to nude wedges and floral heels and knee high boots, Beyond Skin have a shoe for all of your ethical footwear needs. 




Luva Huva

Using local suppliers and vintage materials, Luva Huva has a slow approach to fashion. Garments are made to order, therefore offer freedom in their sizing unlike traditional fashion outlets, whilst ensuring no items go to waste. The brand also uses organic materials such as hemp and bamboo to reduce their impact on the environment.


Neon Moon

Handmade in the UK, to avoid contributing to the sweatshop cycle, Neon Moon are a lingerie line with a difference. Aside from being economically sustainable, the line prides themselves on advertising their products without the use of Photoshop and campaigning to prevent women in their campaigns from being sexualised and objectified.