Here you will find some amazing creators of sustainable fashion accessories!

From scarves, bags, ethical jewellery, to body glitter and everything in between!



Ethical goldsmith, Anna Mcloughlin, specialises in wedding and engagement rings. She is just over the bridge in Gloucestershire but Anna LOVES to bring new life to old pieces of jewellery hidden away in drawers, by remodelling them into beautiful new items that you’ll want to treasure and wear every day! Of course if you haven’t got any old jewellery, Anna also works with “new” recycled or fair trade silver, gold, platinum and palladium, lab grown diamonds and ethically mined gemstones. @annafinejewelleryuk
Artyzans is a little family run shop in Pontardulais, we sell eco friendly products, gifts, homewares, plants and my silver jewellery called Lagoon. We also have a fab workshop where we run lots of courses including silver jewellery, pop to the events tab to see what is coming up. Pontardulais is 5 mins from the M4 Hendy, Llanelli turn off, or Pont Abraham J4 and has free parking in the town too. INSTA @ArtyzansGallery FB @Artyzans
Handmade home storage solutions which are stylish and practical. 100% cotton. All items are handmade with care, from natural quality materials, to produce contemporary and practical products for in and around the home. Made in Cardiff. Cornish living in Wales. Mum of Dougie. INSTA/FB @DougieAndTheDodo
ELENA CONTI DESIGNS: Elena Conti Designs is based in Cowbridge in south Wales and their motto is to wear not waste! They create hats hand crafted from abandoned 100% cashmere or lambswool jumpers that otherwise could have either been downcycled or even worse, ending up in landfill. They are true sustainable luxury and due to the nature of the material sourcing process all designs are unique! @elenacontidesigns
Created by Cardiff designer maker Elizabeth, Eliza Eliza creates bags using sustainable materials such as hemp which feature truly unique prints, representing her passions and partnerships with charitable causes. Research led Elizabeth to discover hemp and the world of organic fabrics opened up to her. Hemp is a sustainable crop due to not needing as much water or pesticides as cotton. By supporting Eliza Eliza, you are making a change and raising awareness on these causes. @ElizaElizaUK
Handmade bohemian jewellery created by designer maker Sian in her home based studio in Swansea. Her stunning designs which are inspired by nature can be made to order or you can visit her at one of her local markets or her Etsy shop. Sian has also kindly donated some of her designs at the 2018 SustFashWales show. INSTA @Elvina_Creations FB @ElvinaCreation
Emi is a PETAa approved, vegan concept fashion accessories brand, specialising in women’s jewellery. Founded in 2009, by Xander Kostroma; our aim is to offer affordable costume jewellery with a conscience to women aged 30+. “Emi” is a Japanese word that literally translates as “Beautiful” or “Smile”. @emijewellery
Etoeto. make bags, purses and pouches from worn bicycle inner tubes, broken umbrellas and abandoned tents. They are champions of reusing old materials and saving them from landfill. They are based in the The Sustainable Studio in Cardiff. You can buy online via Etsy:
Beccy runs Jinxed Stitches from her home in Flintshire, North Wales where she combines her passion for sewing, fabrics and design with finding reusable, zero waste alternatives to everyday household products. Beccy is dedicated to reducing waste, plastics and disposable items, sourcing eco-friendly, quirky fabrics creating more sustainable products that are kinder to our planet. INSTA @Jinxed_Stitches FB @XJinxedStitchesX
Lesley Jane is a jewellery designer/maker, based in Cardiff who specialises in using reclaimed copper in most of their jewellery and metalwork. Lesley used reclaimed materials such as old plumbing and hydraulic pipes, electrical cable, lightning conductor strips and silver plated tableware. Often, the copper is turned into enamelled jewellery but also, especially with things that were previously decorative tableware, Lesley retains some of the original ornamentation in the reshaped copper. You can buy online via Folksy: @LesleyJaneJewellery
Matico Studio is a Welsh business which uses beautiful fabrics, collected from countries whose textile industries are in dramatic decline, to create bold, colourful, unique interiors and striking, sustainable, statement jewellery from the fabric offcuts. Matico’s aim is to support jobs and traditions in these countries, whilst also helping to fund the development of Mati Montessori School in Ghana, which was set up last year, and many other future projects. Mae Matico Studio yn fusnes lleol sy’n defnyddio ffabric hardd, wedi’u casglu o wledydd gyda diwydiant tecstilau mewn perygl, i greu addurniadau cartref a gemwaith trawiadol gyda’r ffabric sydd drosodd. Nod Matico yw cefnogi swyddi a thraddodiadau yn y gwledydd hyn, tra’n helpu ariannu datblygiad Ysgol Mati Montessori yn Ghana, a sefydlwydd y llynedd. @MaticoStudio
Ósk – Icelandic ~ wish | desire | want Handmade eco silver jewellery and botanically dyed and hand painted textiles for the dreamers, wanderers, adventurers and explorers. Organic structures, wildflowers and industrial seascapes are constant muses in our #slowfashion landscape. FB & Insta @osksilverjewellery TW @osksilver
We are Rubbish Reinvented. We crochet bags, artworks and useable items from recycled plastic bags. We start from scratch – and recycle our neighbours friends and anyone who gives us plastic bags/unwanted plastic broken jewellery etc. We are based in Porthcawl South Wales and are dedicated to keeping rubbish out of the ocean and off the beaches. We can be found at craft venues and beach events – promoting awareness – providing demonstrations and selling our work. We are involved with Seaquest and work with schools on eco projects providing demonstrations and guidance which are on-going. We are CRB checked. @RubbishReinvented
The tailors daughter is run by super talented and uber creative Stefania who try to reduce the environmental impact of denim by using only old upcycled jeans.
She creates a wide range of products such as clothing, intricately embellished sketchbooks and pin cushion rings! INSTA @the_tailor_daughter
She upcycles pre-loved garments into eco friendly clothing, bags and accessories. Her creative journey began as a small child when she was taught in my early years to sew. Continuing to teach herself and develop her creative skills, she believes that there are some paths that become our life purpose. She designs and creates Whimsical Eco Friendly Wearable and Useable Art. All her designs are created and made by herself. They create all their own patterns for these garments, bags and accessories. @TheTopianDen
THE WOOLLY WOODLAND COMPANY: We create beautiful, unique and sustainable handwoven and knitted textiles as well as offering traditional upholstery and timber services from our studio in Gower, South Wales. We are passionate about design and are committed to the use of beautiful and sustainable materials that are locally sourced where possible. Each piece is completely unique. FB @WoollyWoodland INSTA @woollywoodlandcompany
XANDER KOSTROMA: Xander is inspired by Mother Earth. The brand reflects his love for nature using elements of wood and (coming soon) recycled plastics. Xander firmly believes that: Anything in life is possible. No matter what your background, you just need to focus on what you want in your life, believe you already have it and then you will create it. He emigrated to Switzerland in 2012 which is where he designs & develops his collections with his warehouse located in Fforestfach. @XanderKostroma
YVONNE C. SHORE DESIGNS: Sustainable Scarves, Cushions and Wall Hangings from unique natural dyed hand printed fabrics and thread. Having an ecological work philosophy, using nature without damage and a zero waste goal my practice is deliberate and considered. The local cliffs together with my garden provide a sustainable organic mass of fallen flora to imprint onto natural, ethically and/or waste, fabrics. Whilst using iron-enriched rocks, rusty tin cans or parts from vintage motorcycles provide natural mordents. @yvonnecshoredesigns

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