Ethical Platforms We Love
Five Platforms That are Re-Setting the Standards for Ethical Fashion
The concept of sustainability and ethical fashion can often seem like broad ideas, with unclear standards. Oftentimes even if we make an effort to shop more ethically, it is hard to know for sure if a product or brand is meeting the right standards.
We wanted to share some of our favorite platforms and brands that we believe are worth your attention.
“Founded in Los Angeles in late 2014, The Good Trade is a leading resource and community for sustainability, slow living, and self-love.”
The Good Trade keeps it real by sharing incredibly helpful shopping tips and recommendations. If you take a scroll through their website, within seconds you will find a new recommendation for music, or even best practices for thrifting! Subscribe to their Daily Good!
The Good Trade is a platform highlighting new brands and artists that aim to grow their own platform in meaningful ways, oftentimes whose art would otherwise fly under the radar.
“We are a community of fashion lovers, women rights advocates, and environmentalists on a mission to change the industry’s harmful practices on people and our planet. We make sustainability accessible and inclusive across our three pillars of work: education, advocacy, and transparency.”
Take a look at their fast facts to learn more. The coolest thing about remake is how they get people involved through their Ambassador program.
Even better - you can find Neococo on their website too!
Good On You has “done the work to read between the seams for you… We use expert analysis to give each brand an easy to understand score. With Good On You, you can discover the very best fashion from around the world and learn everything you need to know about ethical and sustainable fashion.”
“Certified B Corps are a new kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. This is a community of leaders, driving a global movement of people using businesses as a force for good.”
The B Corp movement is leading the standard-setting-standard in the ethical and sustainable business markets. If you find yourself shopping on a website with the B Corp seal, you can rest assured that this organization has done its due diligence in the right areas. Find out more about B Corps on their website.
“Good Good Good brings you stories and tools to help you feel less overwhelmed and more capable of being a helper in the world. Together we celebrate good news — and become good news.”