Eco-Conscious Brands for a Stylish, Sustainable Wardrobe

In an era where environmental consciousness is paramount, the fashion industry is stepping up to the challenge of sustainability. With more brands prioritizing eco-friendly practices, consumers have a plethora of options to choose from. However, amidst the greenwashing and buzzwords, finding truly sustainable and stylish clothing can be daunting. That's why Harper’s Bazaar has curated a list of brands that embody sustainability without compromising on style.

E.L.V. Denim: Specializing in timeless designs crafted from 100% upcycled materials, E.L.V. Denim is leading the charge for sustainable fashion.

NINETY PERCENT: This brand not only donates 90% of its profits but also offers soft, modern tailoring and versatile silhouettes.

House of Marici: Creating environmentally conscious alternatives to luxury leather handbags, House of Marici uses plant-based materials without sacrificing style.

Sézane: With a focus on quality and limited-quantity items, Sézane operates with a responsible production model, earning B-Corp Certification.

Gabriela Hearst: Known for elegant collections made from deadstock materials and a commitment to carbon-neutral practices, Gabriela Hearst sets the standard for sustainable luxury.

Brøgger: Committed to low-impact production and a balance between masculine and feminine aesthetics, Brøgger offers timeless pieces for a greener wardrobe.

Stella McCartney: A pioneer in ethical fashion, Stella McCartney challenges stereotypes with her cruelty-free designs and commitment to environmental protection.

Omnes: Making sustainable fashion accessible to all, Omnes offers responsibly sourced products at accessible price points, without compromising on quality.

Mother of Pearl: Renowned for its contemporary designs and transparent manufacturing, Mother of Pearl prioritizes natural fibers and social responsibility.

From upcycled denim to cruelty-free luxury, these brands are revolutionizing the fashion industry with their sustainable practices. By supporting these eco-friendly labels, consumers can shop with a clear conscience and contribute to a greener future. /BGNES