Here you will find some amazing creators of sustainable fashion!

From womenswear, menswear, children’s wear and even bridal!


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ABERMAW APPAREL: Abermaw Apparel, part of Teemill, provides t-shirts, t-shirt dresses, hoodies, and tote bags made from organic cotton produced in a GOTS certified factory powered by renewable energy. Processes that are kind to the environment are key to what we do. From not using plastic in our products or packaging to recovering cleaning and recirculating water used in the production of our products. We take back your worn out products, reward you with store credit and then turn that returned material into new products. @AbermawApparel
ARIA BRIDAL UK: Aria Bridal UK was created for brides who dare to be different! Aria’s aim is to create beautiful, unique, affordable and customised bridal gowns using 100% sustainable materials with limited impact on the planet. All gowns are made in south Wales by Helen O’Sullivan in direct collaboration with the brides and Helen ensures true transparency through strategic mapping of the supply chain right to source. Designs can also be transformed to wear again after the big day to reduce waste and environmental concerns. @AriaBridalUK
BILLYGOATS & RAINCOATS: Billygoats & Raincoats is a unisex brand based in Wales, creating quality rain wear from recycled tent materials. Beth Cosmos established the brand after noticing the massive number of tents left behind at festivals. Billygoats & Raincoats is set to launch a collection of fun adult rain wear; but for now, our début collection consists of two kids raincoats. The designs are playful and geometric because we’re still just kids, playing with shapes and having fun with primary colours.We love bringing splashes of colour and fun to the everyday.We have no plans to grow up any time soon. Rainy days are our play days! @BillygoatsAndRaincoats
CLAIRE REES SUSTAINABLE STYLIST: I am a sustainability-focused personal fashion stylist who helps people to love the clothes they already have. I’m a former fashion journalist who got fed up of fast fashion and started finding better ways to make an impact through clothes. I offer wardrobe sessions at home, where I show clients how to wear ‘new’ outfits out of old stuff. I also run a ‘slow styling’ service – I’ll source an outfit for your big event – leave me to do the work of scouring vintage, independent labels and charity shops for something really special. Book well in advance. Slow shopping takes a little more time – that’s the beauty of it. We don’t need everything now! INSTA @clairereesmedia TW @clairefrees
DATI CLOTHING: DATI in Welsh means ‘Good on you’. Dati clothing creates slow conscious responsible fashion an was set up by two sisters Julia and Sarah who also run the Sustainable Studio in Cardiff. Dati clothing is created using environmentally friendly fabrics and upcyling to create sustainable clothing for an urban lifestyle. @DatiClothing
FALL BAY DESIGNS: Sustainable handmade activewear designed and handmade by designer/maker Carys Griffiths in Swansea. No two items of clothing will be identical and each piece has a print that is also designed by Fall Bay either by drawing, painting, dyeing or photography, so every design is unique to the market. Aimed at women who love to explore, create, and enjoy life, Fall Bay aim to empower women by making them feel good in what they wear and to push the creativity of others. Website coming soon! @FallBayDesigns
G.O.S.H.GIRL: Amy Smiths’s G.O.SH.Girl collection specializes in reusing waste materials incorporating modernized traditional craft techniques, such as crochet and sustainable fabric dyeing. She also wants to bring attention to the use of fur in the fashion industry, showing that faux-fur can be more beautiful. Her market is young women who aim to make sustainable fashion colourful and exciting with vibrant and playful designs. INSTA @G.O.S.H.girl
HIUT DENIM CO: Cardigan is a small town of 4,000 good people. 400 of them used to make jeans. They made 35,000 pairs a week. For three decades. Then one day the factory closed. It left town. But all that skill and knowhow remained. Without any way of showing the world what they could do. That’s why we have started The Hiut Denim Company. To bring manufacturing back home. To use all that skill on our doorstep. And to breathe new life into our town. As one of the Grand Masters said to me when I was interviewing: “This is what I know how to do. This is what I do best.” I just sat there thinking I have to make this work. So yes, our town is going to make jeans again. Here goes. @HiutDenim
HOWIES: howies is an independent active clothing company based in West Wales, owned and run by its employees. We started in 1995, making high quality, lower impact clothing for running, cycling and the outdoors, as well as easy to wear stuff for everyday. Our award-winning men’s and women’s clothing is ethically produced using organic, recycled or natural fabrics wherever possible. For instance; all our t-shirts, jeans and sweats are made from Oeko-Tex certified organic cotton and our sport base layers are made using the highest quality Merino wool you can find. INSTA/TWITTER @Howies FB @HowiesClothing
ISEA SURF: iSeaSurfWear specialise in women’s, men’s and children’s wear including hoodies, leggings, t-shirts and a wide range of accessories. All products are designed and handcrafted in a little studio in west Wales and due to the nature of slow fashion & small-scale manufacturing techniques and hand screen-printing of designs, each item is one of a kind. Most fabric is sourced from the UK and many fabrics are recycled into brand new designs! @ISeaSurf
LIFEFORMS ART: Lifeforms Art is all about spreading the conservation message & celebrating the amazing creatures who share our planet. Lifeforms Art began in 2017 when father and son team Artist & Conservationist Ian and Graphic Designer George began looking for a way to promote the conservation message to the world. You can be sure that your T-shirt will be 100% organic cotton, made with the strictest environmental certifications for the entire production chain. Produced in exemplary factories that protect the rights of the men and women they employ and do their utmost to minimize their environmental footprint. They are printed in the UK. @LifeformsArt
MAYKHER: MAYKHER like Maker or Make Her, is a profit with purpose, sustainable and ethical practise fashion company. We vow to work with makers, not machines, and to favour ethical employment opportunities and fair wages over fast fashion for fewer pennies. We are committed to helping harness the talent of women in the developing world, we want to ensure the greatness they were born with can thrive and flourish in even the most impoverished of areas. @MaykherFashion
MISS.CHIEVOUS GLADRAGS: Rainbow loving festival fashion with an eco friendly edge! Miss.Chievous Gladrag queen herself Helena is dedicated to creating one of a kind wearable art for all shapes and styles, constructing, repurposing, dying and generally hoarding eye catching fabric. She uses a wide range of upcycled fabrics, prints, colours and style to create her truly unique and stand out fashion! INSTA @miss_chievious_gladrags FB @MissChieviousGladrags
UPCYCLE FOR YOU: pcycle For You was created by designer/maker Emma Payne who designs and makes unique clothing, with her passion for dresses. Emma works from home and is a self taught seamstress who upcycles what customers already have, allowing them to hang onto their much loved items, which would otherwise be thrown away, to create unique one-off items. All of the materials Emma uses are secondhand keeping costs low for both designer and customer. Upcycled fashion accessible for all! FB @UpcycleForYou Insta @Upcycle_For_You
VALERIE KITSCH: Affordable, eco friendly and 100% vegan casual clothing for women, Designed and made by Deby McCloy in her little studio in Swansea. She uses second hand textiles in her designs to help conserve resources and reduce what we send to landfill. She has a line of casual clothing including slogan tees and jackets, with vegan, anti-capitalist and environmental messages. @ValerieKitsch