We design, produce and distribute sustainable clothing and low environmental impact beachwear collections using certified materials, a short supply chain and a marketing plan that raises the consumer’s environmental awareness… … More Interview with SEAY: It’s more than just beachwear
Tales of Anyday stands for breaking the stereotype that sustainable fashion is dull and boring. We want to go against this image and give it a new shape, where in the future, sustainability is associated with the new ‘normal’ and is considered to be fashionable yet timeless. … More Tell your own story with Tales of Anyday
Based in the United Kingdom, the namesake of its founder and designer, Edward Mongzar is a ready-to-wear womenswear label that specialises in luxury, handcrafted and ethically conscious pieces … More We always knew marble was luxurious, but Edward Mongzar is taking it to the next level
N’go Shoes is one of those brands that demonstrates that you do not need to compromise style in order to be ethical. Read about how the brand came to be and the fantastic process behind the making of their shoes … More Step closer to sustainability with the footwear brand N’go Shoes
Kalilo is a slow fashion brand with a passion for chic & minimal style very much reflecting our Swedish roots…committed to promoting moderate consumption and only work with timeless and purposefully designed products. … More Kalilo: experience the joy of slow fashion
Dress ECOde is a project born in Italy, but aimed at international users, to help those who want to adopt a lifestyle that is more attentive to people and the environment, both privately and professionally. … More Happily dressed, green and fair: Dress ECOde
In 2018, almost 60 kg per capita of plastic waste were produced in Ireland. All the data in Europe is not reassuring: Germany 38 kg, Italy 37 kg, Czech Republic 23 kg. … More Autoproduco.it: to zero waste and self production!
We have interviewed Kristýna Rezlerová – Founder & Managing Director of the KRISTYNE Bags brand. Let’s find out more about these adorable handmade and completely eco-friendly bags! … More KRISTYNE Bags: smart, pretty and sustainable!
The arrival of the New Year creates many expectations every time. To leave 2020 behind us for good, we have all already begun to think about good intentions for 2021. Every year we promise to do more sports, save money and maybe go on a diet. For 2021, we at Eco Fashion Labels have thought of some good sustainable intentions that will help us live in a better and greener World! … More 2021: 5 good ecological intentions for Next Year!
In a few days it will be Christmas. This holiday, dedicated to family, hope and happiness. This year Christmas will be spent by most of us in a different way. Despite the various limitations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Christmas is still an opportunity for shopping and creativity. … More Sustainable Christmas: 5 little tips!
Are you still thinking about what to buy for a Christmas gift? We at Eco Fashion Labels have a lot of special ideas for you! In fact, on our site you can find sustainability and fashion, combined in many innovative ideas to make unique and special gifts. … More Christmas Gift Guide: ecological and smart brands!
In the last Century, tights were the main symbol of women’s clothing liberation, the most concrete symbol of femininity and modernization. The same pairs of tights that girls buy easily every day, have been for great-grandmothers and grandmothers an essential item in the fight for their independence. … More Swedish Stockings: tights and women’s power!
Christmas is coming. How about not giving another boring gift? … More Christmas gifts: the sustainable guide to not buy a boring gift!
Green or black? That is the question. Black Friday is an American traditional event, that is celebrated every year on the Friday following Thanksgiving Day. It is a recent tradition linked to the world of consumption. It is not a real event, actually it is a way to attract people to spend more. But let’s … More Green Friday: our awareness to spread sustainability!
Can sustainable fashion be stylish? Yes. These are the answers written by Pooja Syal, Vinayak Suri, and Vicky Suri, the three members of Linen Bloom’s team. Their brand was born in 2019 with the aim of breaking stereotypes related to the sustainable fashion industry. But if you want to find out more, keep reading this … More Linen Bloom: Stylish, Sustainable, Breathable!
Bamboo has been used as wood for housing, a Chinese side dish, a traditional Indian pen and used for making paper and musical instruments. After centuries of good use, we re-discovered the power and value of this special tall grass and how to use it to replace less sustainable materials, especially in the fashion industry. … More Bamboo: When is it sustainable?
Welcome ladies, we have a new fashion article just for you! Summer is not over yet and that’s why we have decided to collect the best pieces from our e-shop and give you some inspiration for … More Summer fashion and materials | Women’s edition
London-based brand oriented in sustainable and endless fashion, radically transparent and designed for longevity and circularity. Trace Collective creates a movement that uses fashion as a tool for environmental regeneration and social cohesion. … More Interview with Trace Collective: not just another fashion brand
Certification in the fashion industry is informative in that it can give us some valuable insight into the production process behind the fabric our clothing is made of, where it was produced, and … More A Quick Guide to Certificates and Eco-fabrics: What Do They Mean and Why Are They Important?
Peter Jo Kids, Portuguese brand that seeks a breakthrough within children’s sustainable fashion. Their mission is simple, to reform fashion and to allow the smallest fashionistas to shine in healthy and slow fashion. … More Interview with Peter Jo Kids: a breakthrough of children’s sustainable clothing
With summer just around the corner, many of us may be braving the post-covid-19 travel restrictions and heading to our warm summer destinations of choice (or hitting our nearest local beaches if we’re lucky!). … More Your Guide to a Safe and Sustainable Summer
Sweden- based brand called Morphosis specializing in the production of sustainable activewear, ready to rebuild the current preveiling societal values, fight fast fashion and dedicate their hearts into preeching sustainability. … More Interview with Morphosis: a brand who’s heart beats for change.
With the compassion we show our planet through the environmental and human rights supporting choices we make in this community, it is of vital importance moving forward to show that same consideration, support and love for our fellow brothers and sisters living on this planet we are trying so hard to protect. This post will … More Black Lives Matter: Listening, learning and supporting
Water is the beginning of everything. Water gives life to the lifeless and home to the homeless. Water is the eternal foundation of nature. And the time to spread awareness and … More Fashion’s role in the time of a global drought: how to decrease water consumption.
When discussing climate change, one of the things that often comes up among the plethora of things we can do to fight it, is switching to a plant-based diet. … More What is the impact of veganism on the environment?
Eco fabrics – what are they and how are they made? How much do we truly know about these materials that claim to be better for us, the environment, and those who work with them to create our garments? … More Eco fabrics and the sustainability of leather: an analysis
When it comes to leather and sustainability, many of us are left confused and questioning what the best approach is in terms of less wasteful and healthier alternatives to current practices for both the planet and our own health. … More Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather: The Sustainable Leather Shoe
In a world that is constantly rushing, moving and shifting towards better and more exciting ambitions and fantasies, it can sometimes get desperately difficult to take a deep breath and slow it down a little. … More Slow fashion in the world that can’t stop moving: how to give up fashion consumerism
The term ‘capsule wardrobe’ was coined in the 1970s, to describe a different approach to fashion and shopping. The capsule wardrobe is unique to each individual, … More Declutter with a sustainable capsule wardrobe
The Fashion Revolution Week might be over yet their cause is more alive than ever. Let´s take this opportunity to rewind on their mission to transform and better the entire fashion industry. … More The end is just the beginning: Fashion Revolution Week 2020
Linn Frisinger and Nadja Forsberg, the two founders of the iconic Swedish Stockings, have a clear vision- they want to to change the entire hosiery industry. … More Swedish Stockings on their mission to change the industry
It´s always inspiring to see how the front faces of the fashion industry are turning towards more ethical and sustainable practices in the process of fashion production. … More The one where Vivienne Westwood stars in “No Place Like Home”
We all know that going sustainable is life-changing but sometimes a little unattainable. Swedish YouTuber Jenny Mustard shows you how to remain sustainable yet fashionable and creative without spending a fortune. … More Jenny Mustard: 7 tips on how to avoid FAST FASHION
April, 24 2013 marks a significant day in the fashion history. Without that one tragic yet significant Wednesday, many of us would perhaps still remain unaware about the true face of this industry. … More Fashion Revolution Week: what is it all about anyway.
From unique to ordinary. From locally produced goods to global trends. From ever-lasting pieces to seasonal winds. When did fashion lose its original exclusivity and become regular? And when did timeless designs change into monthly trends? What actually happened to fashion and what is the way out? If we start from the beginning, the word … More From Chanel to ZARA: why did fashion become fast in the first place?
Sustainability. One word that appears to be shouting at us from every corner of postmodern societies. One word that has lately gained this virtuous and heroic status, … More Your conscious wardrobe: why is it relevant to buy sustainable certified fashion?
Finding the perfect gift takes time. But we’ve saved you the hassle with our top present ideas this Christmas.
We’ve rounded up our top present picks this Winter to avoid the last minute shopping stress.
Last Thursday we opened our shop doors to celebrate one year of Eco Fashion Labels. And what a year it has been!
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The idea of producing your own washing powder may seem daunting and complicated, but it’s not as hard as you think. Making your own laundry powder at home not only helps … More Hack: how to make your own ECO washing powder
Fjällräven offers customers functional outdoor clothing and accessories. The brand is convinced that products that last longer are better for the environment than seasonal trends. They are also interested in the production process of their products, … More Exposed: 4 labels you didn’t know were sustainable
The average Czech produces 300kg of waste every year. The statistics are worrying and in response, the government is imposing stricter waste regulations. Since the beginning of 2018, there has been an amendment to the Packaging Act … More Unpacked: where to shop sustainably in Prague
97% of Earth’s water is salt water, and freshwater only makes up the remaining 3%. 69% of this water is in the polar glaciers and 30% is underground, leaving only a fraction on the surface and in the atmosphere. … More Beginner’s Guide: 7 ways to help protect our planet
The environmental impact of washing your clothes is greater than you might expect. The average household uses around 13,500 gallons of water a year just doing the laundry.
Need more numbers? … More Quick Guide: how to do your laundry environmentally consciously
When it comes to clothing, throwaway fashion has dominated the market. It is only in recent years that we are finally witnessing a shift in mindsets and sustainable fashion is beginning to take centre stage. Companies are realising … More Quick Guide: where to study sustainable fashion
“Buy less, choose well, make it last” – Vivienne Westwood
The fashion industry has boomed over the past century.
By 1950 textile production existed on a mass scale. It was only 20 years later that people began to notice the impact that … More Sustainable fashion: what’s all the hype?