Our Designers

OUR DESIGNERS

Alas

Alas

Sydney, Australia

Alas organic sleep and lounge wear is designed to represent the nature of change. Made in India under Fair Trade standards, they use manufacturers that are “big hearted, but small-sized” to produce socially responsible and exciting garments.

ally-bee

Ally Bee

United Kingdom

Ally Bee knitwear stand for immaculate knitwear design and sustainable all-British sourcing and manufacturing, each piece being ‘one of a few’. Small yarn batches from British herds reflect subtle seasonal variations, a natural quirk of character in limited production runs.

Animana

Patagonia

Animana is a social business that promotes the revival of culture, the arts and the ancient secrets of the Andes. It also promotes fair trade, local development and incorporating added value to the natural alpaca fibres of the area.

Armor Lux

Armor Lux

Quimper, France

Created in 1938, Armor Lux is a brand well-known for the originality of its clothes inspired by French maritime tradition and the values conveyed by the sea. Using the classic Breton stripe and organic cotton, their garments last for decades.

Aspiga

Aspiga

Kenya

Created to bring the beautiful handy work of local Kenyan artisans to an international marketplace, Aspiga’s hand-crafted bags and sandals are made by talented women who use their knowledge of their ancient craft while making a sustainable income for themselves.

beach candy

Beach Candy

India

Worn by glamorous globetrotters from sun drenched shores to urban summer events, Beach Candy creates Fair Trade and hand made poolside-to-party kaftans, dresses and accessories that scrunch up into a suitcase and magically emerge crease free.

Bernice Angelique

Bernice Angelique

Cape Town, South Africa

Sustainability, empowerment and a desire to support local trade are the foundation of Bernice Angelique’s brand. Leather goods are handmade with the highest quality ostrich leather and age old craftsmanship by local women, who otherwise struggle to make a living.

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Beaumont Organic

Manchester, UK

Beaumont Organic specialises in luxury casual garments made from 100% Organic Cotton. The brand’s underlying ethos champions respect, trust, loyalty, integrity and gratitude for the world, and this transpires into an exceptional collection of contemporary conscious clothing.

Bohemia

Bohemia

Edinburgh, Scotland

A small band of creatives, Bohemia design unique collections of fashion and home accessories and work in ethical partnerships with artisans from Morocco, India and Turkey, to produce contemporary handcrafted goods with a unique and authentic soul.

Bohten

Bohten

Kwahu, Ghana

The brand’s founder, Nana Boateng Osei, had the initiative to use reclaimed material to manufacture an eco-luxury eyewear line, inspired by his Ghanaian roots, his love of nature and his late grandfather, who was Ghana’s first land surveyor in the 60s.

Castellano

Columbia

Inspired by exceptional craftsmanship and unique indigenous patterns, Castellano’s colourful bags enhance the techniques of some of the most highly skilled artisans in Colombia and celebrate the unknown tribes that are part of the brand’s history and ethnic origin.

Claire Fouche

CLAIRE FOUCHÉ

Nairobi & Kibera, Kenya

Fouche was born out of a love of artistry, storytelling and craftsmanship by founder Claire Fouche. The brand’s design inspiration stems from modernist Italian architecture in East Africa; interpreted into bold sculptural cuffs and statement earrings and rings.

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Cloe Cassandro

Bali, Indonesia

A close family friendship between the designer and a fantastic local Balinese tailor named Eric lead to garments being produced on an individual scale in their signature silk crinkle material, which has since grown to become a permanent production partnership.

cocolux

Cocolux

Australia

Cocolux prides itself on attention to detail and unique propositions at every level. Organic by nature, the coconut wax is derived straight from the coconut flesh and is hand poured in a sustainable production process, completely free from toxins.

SUNDAY TIMES

Cuero & Mor

Los Angeles, US

Cuero & Mor is a contemporary design label who specialise in creating beautifully minimalist bags using veggie tanned leather. Their philosophy is to make pieces that avoid the changing trends and remain stylish for years, combatting the fast fashion movement.

eight-hour-studio

Eight Hour Studio

Jaipur, India

With an ethos that encapsulated the concepts of local yet global, social responsibility and environmental awareness, 8HS use only 100% GOTS certified organic cotton fabric and work with artisans who are employed under Fair Trade standards to make comfy sleepwear.

Emilime

Emilime

Peru

Emilime specialises in hand made accessories that feature materials of alpaca and Andean sheep wool. By partnering with an expanding network of Peruvian makers, the brand celebrates the craftsmanship and creativity of each knitter.

esencia

Esencia

Bolivia & Peru

An effortless combination of two cultures, Escencia’s beautiful knitted products are made using the craftsmanship of indigenous female artisans from the Andes region, with materials sourced from the finest alpaca and llama fibres and organic pima cotton.

fine cell work

Fine Cell Work

London, UK

Fine Cell Work is a social enterprise that trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope, discipline and self-esteem, broadening the horizons beyond the prison walls.

Indego Africa

Indego Africa

Rwanda & Ghana

Indego Africa are partnered with a cooperative of over 1000 female artisans to sell their beautiful handcrafted products that celebrate the beauty of traditional African artistry while adding a playful and modern twist.

IX water

iX Style

Guatemala

Driven by a need to change the rapidly deteriorated water conditions in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, iX Style’s hand made shoes are helping to improve the quality of life for many of the communities who inhabit the lake’s surrounding areas.

JADEtribe

JADEtribe

South East Asia

JADEtribe started its journey in a small weaving village in Laos, where naturally organic dyes were being combined with traditional craft to produce bright and colourful textiles. The brand employed the village’s artisans, and began producing luxury bags and accessories.

Kowtow

Kowtow

New Zealand

Kowtow produce wardrobe staples using organically certified cotton that is ring-spun to create smooth, strong and durable garments. The brand’s dying process uses Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) approved dyes which are free of hazardous elements in Fair Trade working environments.

Mercado Global

Mercado Global

Guatemala

Mercado Global aim to help indigenous women overcome the severe poverty and oppression they face by utilising their heritage weaving skills. They’ve created jobs opportunities for over 300 indigenous Mayan women and helped to bring about empowerment within their communities.

O My Bag

O My Bag

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Made from a unique kind of eco-leather with a cleaner and safer tanning process, locally sourced cowhides, a reduced carbon footprint and leather that is made with respect for the environment, these bags can be flaunted without the guilt!

Pachacuti

Pachacuti

The Andes Region

Pachacuti work with rural Andean women who are economically, geographically and socially marginalised, creating hats that are distinctive. As “slow” fashion pioneers, they’ve sought to add a twist to what is classic and to bring enduring design to seasonal trends.

Paper thinks

Paper thinks

UK & Hong Kong

Paperthinks' recycled leather is made from the off cuts, trimmings and shavings from the wastage of other leather manufacturing processes like cow leather gloves and jackets in the welding industry from Asia, reducing landfill waste and saving animals.

a peace treaty

A Peace Treaty

New York, US

A champion of the slow fashion movement, APT showcase century-old techniques used by artisans from around the world under the belief that things made by human hands, imbued with the story of their makers, are the most beautiful and luxurious.

Phida

Jujuy, Argentina

PHIDA proudly hand make all of their beautifully soft knitwear using inspiration from a harmonious relationship between nature and modern creations. Their collections use the finest selection of cotton and llama wool, which by nature is durable, soft and warm.

Pitusa founder

Pitusa

Peru

Pitusa was established with the goal of providing high quality, comfortable and affordable beachwear to women across the world. Made using hand picked, woven and dyed cotton, the Fair Trade brand employ local artisans to bring empowerment to their communities.

ruda-rings

Ruda Rings

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

The wood of hand made Ruda Rings is obtained from demolished buildings and noble discarded furniture, such as desks, cabinets, benches, beams and roof liners. Inlaid before carving is a naturally coloured gem stone, making every piece bespoke.

Sahel

Sahel

Burkina Faso & UK

Traditional Fulani horse harnesses have strong braided straps which are hand woven by highly skilled leather workers. These unique skills have been paired with the work of traditional English bridle makers, to produce Sahel’s intricate bags.

Scalo 502 founder

Scalo 502

Guetamala & Italy

Vintage Mayan textiles that are carefully sourced from remote villages in Guetamala, are at the core of the Scalo brand. They play a key role in defining their bag’s distinct soul and personality, which are all hand made and unique.

Sidai Designs

Sidai Designs

Kenya

Sidai collaborate with Maasai women to produce unique, hand made, high-end beaded jewellery using traditional techniques. By bringing these products to international markets, they help drive the demand that preserves the beading traditions and helps to economically sustain the women.

study-ny

Study-NY

New York, US

From field to cutting table, every part of the StudyNY’s garment process is carefully examined and controlled to be socially and environmentally conscious. The brand support sustainable techniques and processes to better the fashion industry and the world.

uzma-bozai

Uzma Bozai

India

Teaming up with a group of talented industry textile and print designers, the Uzma Bozai brand was born, with collections that balance boho-luxe aesthetic with a refined edge; one which upholds traditional art by bringing it into the contemporary landscape.

Wintervacht

Wintervacht

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Wintervacht create elegant yet edgy outer wear and accessories from old blankets and curtains. The vintage textiles mostly originate from the 19th Century textile industry that boomed in the Netherlands, and are now being repurposed in an extremely innovative way

 

 

 

Alas

Alas

Sydney, Australia

Alas organic sleep and lounge wear is designed to represent the nature of change. Made in India under Fair Trade standards, they use manufacturers that are “big hearted, but small-sized” to produce socially responsible and exciting garments.

ally-bee

Ally Bee

United Kingdom

Ally Bee knitwear stand for immaculate knitwear design and sustainable all-British sourcing and manufacturing, each piece being ‘one of a few’. Small yarn batches from British herds reflect subtle seasonal variations, a natural quirk of character in limited production runs.

Animana

Patagonia

Animana is a social business that promotes the revival of culture, the arts and the ancient secrets of the Andes. It also promotes fair trade, local development and incorporating added value to the natural alpaca fibres of the area.

Armor Lux

Armor Lux

Quimper, France

Created in 1938, Armor Lux is a brand well-known for the originality of its clothes inspired by French maritime tradition and the values conveyed by the sea. Using the classic Breton stripe and organic cotton, their garments last for decades.

Aspiga

Aspiga

Kenya

Created to bring the beautiful handy work of local Kenyan artisans to an international marketplace, Aspiga’s hand-crafted bags and sandals are made by talented women who use their knowledge of their ancient craft while making a sustainable income for themselves.

beach candy

Beach Candy

India

Worn by glamorous globetrotters from sun drenched shores to urban summer events, Beach Candy creates Fair Trade and hand made poolside-to-party kaftans, dresses and accessories that scrunch up into a suitcase and magically emerge crease free.

Bernice Angelique

Bernice Angelique

Cape Town, South Africa

Sustainability, empowerment and a desire to support local trade are the foundation of Bernice Angelique’s brand. Leather goods are handmade with the highest quality ostrich leather and age old craftsmanship by local women, who otherwise struggle to make a living.

B

Beaumont Organic

Manchester, UK

Beaumont Organic specialises in luxury casual garments made from 100% Organic Cotton. The brand’s underlying ethos champions respect, trust, loyalty, integrity and gratitude for the world, and this transpires into an exceptional collection of contemporary conscious clothing.

Bohemia

Bohemia

Edinburgh, Scotland

A small band of creatives, Bohemia design unique collections of fashion and home accessories and work in ethical partnerships with artisans from Morocco, India and Turkey, to produce contemporary handcrafted goods with a unique and authentic soul.

Bohten

Bohten

Kwahu, Ghana

The brand’s founder, Nana Boateng Osei, had the initiative to use reclaimed material to manufacture an eco-luxury eyewear line, inspired by his Ghanaian roots, his love of nature and his late grandfather, who was Ghana’s first land surveyor in the 60s.

Castellano

Columbia

Inspired by exceptional craftsmanship and unique indigenous patterns, Castellano’s colourful bags enhance the techniques of some of the most highly skilled artisans in Colombia and celebrate the unknown tribes that are part of the brand’s history and ethnic origin.

Claire Fouche

CLAIRE FOUCHÉ

Nairobi & Kibera, Kenya

Fouche was born out of a love of artistry, storytelling and craftsmanship by founder Claire Fouche. The brand’s design inspiration stems from modernist Italian architecture in East Africa; interpreted into bold sculptural cuffs and statement earrings and rings.

close-cassandro

Cloe Cassandro

Bali, Indonesia

A close family friendship between the designer and a fantastic local Balinese tailor named Eric lead to garments being produced on an individual scale in their signature silk crinkle material, which has since grown to become a permanent production partnership.

cocolux

Cocolux

Australia

Cocolux prides itself on attention to detail and unique propositions at every level. Organic by nature, the coconut wax is derived straight from the coconut flesh and is hand poured in a sustainable production process, completely free from toxins.

SUNDAY TIMES

Cuero & Mor

Los Angeles, US

Cuero & Mor is a contemporary design label who specialise in creating beautifully minimalist bags using veggie tanned leather. Their philosophy is to make pieces that avoid the changing trends and remain stylish for years, combatting the fast fashion movement.

eight-hour-studio

Eight Hour Studio

Jaipur, India

With an ethos that encapsulated the concepts of local yet global, social responsibility and environmental awareness, 8HS use only 100% GOTS certified organic cotton fabric and work with artisans who are employed under Fair Trade standards to make comfy sleepwear.

Emilime

Emilime

Peru

Emilime specialises in hand made accessories that feature materials of alpaca and Andean sheep wool. By partnering with an expanding network of Peruvian makers, the brand celebrates the craftsmanship and creativity of each knitter.

esencia

Esencia

Bolivia & Peru

An effortless combination of two cultures, Escencia’s beautiful knitted products are made using the craftsmanship of indigenous female artisans from the Andes region, with materials sourced from the finest alpaca and llama fibres and organic pima cotton.

fine cell work

Fine Cell Work

London, UK

Fine Cell Work is a social enterprise that trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope, discipline and self-esteem, broadening the horizons beyond the prison walls.

Indego Africa

Indego Africa

Rwanda & Ghana

Indego Africa are partnered with a cooperative of over 1000 female artisans to sell their beautiful handcrafted products that celebrate the beauty of traditional African artistry while adding a playful and modern twist.

IX water

iX Style

Guatemala

Driven by a need to change the rapidly deteriorated water conditions in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, iX Style’s hand made shoes are helping to improve the quality of life for many of the communities who inhabit the lake’s surrounding areas.

JADEtribe

JADEtribe

South East Asia

JADEtribe started its journey in a small weaving village in Laos, where naturally organic dyes were being combined with traditional craft to produce bright and colourful textiles. The brand employed the village’s artisans, and began producing luxury bags and accessories.

Kowtow

Kowtow

New Zealand

Kowtow produce wardrobe staples using organically certified cotton that is ring-spun to create smooth, strong and durable garments. The brand’s dying process uses Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) approved dyes which are free of hazardous elements in Fair Trade working environments.

Mercado Global

Mercado Global

Guatemala

Mercado Global aim to help indigenous women overcome the severe poverty and oppression they face by utilising their heritage weaving skills. They’ve created jobs opportunities for over 300 indigenous Mayan women and helped to bring about empowerment within their communities.

O My Bag

O My Bag

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Made from a unique kind of eco-leather with a cleaner and safer tanning process, locally sourced cowhides, a reduced carbon footprint and leather that is made with respect for the environment, these bags can be flaunted without the guilt!

Pachacuti

Pachacuti

The Andes Region

Pachacuti work with rural Andean women who are economically, geographically and socially marginalised, creating hats that are distinctive. As “slow” fashion pioneers, they’ve sought to add a twist to what is classic and to bring enduring design to seasonal trends.

Paper thinks

Paper thinks

UK & Hong Kong

Paperthinks' recycled leather is made from the off cuts, trimmings and shavings from the wastage of other leather manufacturing processes like cow leather gloves and jackets in the welding industry from Asia, reducing landfill waste and saving animals.

a peace treaty

A Peace Treaty

New York, US

A champion of the slow fashion movement, APT showcase century-old techniques used by artisans from around the world under the belief that things made by human hands, imbued with the story of their makers, are the most beautiful and luxurious.

Phida

Jujuy, Argentina

PHIDA proudly hand make all of their beautifully soft knitwear using inspiration from a harmonious relationship between nature and modern creations. Their collections use the finest selection of cotton and llama wool, which by nature is durable, soft and warm.

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