Brothers We Stand

Brothers We Stand is a leading online menswear retailer that stocks multiple ethical menswear brands, including their own range of recycled and organic tops. Their aim is to provide the male consumer with garments that meet the following three standards: ethical production, designed to please and created to last. Each item on the site has a footprint tab detailing its social and environmental impact. 



Monkee Genes

Frustrated by the lack of ethical denim offered on the high-street, Monkee Genes owner, Phil Wildbore created his own line to challenge social and environmentally damaging fashion. The line offers all things denim in a variety of cuts and styles. Made and designed in England, the line is both socially and environmentally sustainable.



Beginning on Portobello Road and Camden Lock markets, Thought Clothing have grown from an ethical menswear brand to encompass womenswear and accessories too. Using natural fabrics such as bamboo and hemp and slower, carbon-friendly delivery processes, the brand consider the environment through every aspect of garment design.



With a line inspired by travel in the 1980s, Komodo is influenced by Asian colours and culture. With ethical production at the core of the business, all staff working in their factories (Bali, Kathmandu and India) receive a living wage, and health and safety training. The line is created using organic cottons, bamboo and hemp.


The White T-Shirt

The White T-Shirt is an ethical fashion brand that only uses GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified cotton to create their beautifully soft t-shirts. Their online store features a wide selection of shapes and colours of t-shirt as well as a ‘Tailor Your Tee’ option, making your purchase totally unique.


Here Today Here Tomorrow 

Bringing together ethical production, high quality materials and striking design, Here Today Here Tomorrow showcase a line of wool and cotton garments with bright pops of colours and geometric designs. Made by fair trade artisans in Nepal, the brand provides economic support whilst allowing the designers to hone their craft.