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CLOVO – The brand revolutionizing sustainable hosiery

CLOVO is a women owned sustainable hosiery company utilizing Tencel tree fibers to make tights that offer unheard of comfort and sustainability. Founder Megan started CLOVO™ in 2018 while living through freezing Upstate NY winters. Tights were a lifeline in NY; however, she absolutely hated how they felt, sagged, ripped easily, and were incredibly itchy! […]

The Cost Per Wear – How much do your clothes really cost?

Do you ever stop in the shop, looking at a garment, unsure whether or not it is worth the price? And whether or not you will wear it for more than one occasion? There is an easy formula to calculate if the garment is worth putting your hard-earned money on. This simple calculation also proves […]

10 Sustainable Holiday Essentials

Your long awaited summer holidays have arrived. Your flights are booked, your accommodation is arranged and the only thing left to do is to pack your suitcase. However, looking back and forth at your summer wardrobe and the limited space of a suitcase, you discover that packing is actually the hardest part! Whether you are […]

Fashion from upcycled silk by Genki Designs

Summer is here again. The sun colours everything around us, the blue sky, the lush green of the fields and trees, the colourful fruit we harvest and the turquoise of the sea. Bright colours inspire us to be more optimistic, joyful and lively and we spend the days outside to recharge much needed energy after […]

5 Innovative fashion materials developed for a sustainable future

The way we consume fashion today has pushed the resources of basic materials like cotton, wool, and leather to the limit while exhausting the environment. As a result, we now have to re-think the way we source and produce textiles. Luckily, the ongoing scientific research has brought us an extensive range of innovative alternative materials.

Made by women, for women; interview with NOACODE

NOACODE is a sustainable brand driven by a passion for design and love for the planet. Their timeless designs translate the muted elegance and practicality of the modern woman on the go. Made by women, for women, each piece reflects the desire to create a long-lasting wardrobe.

Beflamboyant and be ethical

Beflamboyant started with our desire to undertake and reverse the enormous ecological footprint left by the fashion industry and its reliance on animal abuse and the exploitation of workers.

Tell your own story with Tales of Anyday

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.

Eco Storie

Today we decided to talk to you about our new Italian friend: Eco Storie blog edited by Francesca.

2021: 5 good ecological intentions for Next Year!

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!

Sustainable Christmas: 5 little tips!

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.

Christmas Gift Guide: ecological and smart brands!

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.

Swedish Stockings: tights and women’s power!

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.

Green Friday: our awareness to spread sustainability!

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 […]

Linen Bloom: Stylish, Sustainable, Breathable!

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 […]

Bamboo: When is it sustainable?

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. […]

Your Guide to a Safe and Sustainable Summer

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!).

Black Lives Matter: Listening, learning and supporting

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 […]

From Chanel to ZARA: why did fashion become fast in the first place?

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 […]

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1 Year Anniversary Party

Last Thursday we opened our shop doors to celebrate one year of Eco Fashion Labels. And what a year it has been!

SUNGLASSES KOMONO

KOMONO is constantly challenging boundaries, looking for fresh styles and innovative ways to improve their products. The NEUTRØ series was born out of this continuous experimentation to upgrade and reinvent their products.

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Undressed: GOTS

Bio Certificate GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) is perhaps the most comprehensive certificate that guarantees the ethical status of your garment and that it is 100% ecological. The environmental requirements are followed from the beginning of

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Undressed: PETA

PETA (The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is the largest non-profit organization fighting for animal rights in the world.

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Fjällräven 

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,

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Thought

Back in 1995, two friends from Australia, David and John, began brainstorming their brand Thought. Their first collection was simple: a collection of men’s shirts and beachwear made from nettle and hemp fibre.

Undressed: Fairtrade

A social movement making a difference to the lives of people in South America, Africa and Asia. FairTrade helps people combat poverty and take control of their own lives. How?

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Sustainable fashion: what’s all the hype?

“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