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15 B-Corp fashion brands championing conscious creativity

15 B-Corp fashion brands championing conscious creativity

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Can your clothing choices really make a positive impact? That’s exactly what B-Corp certification champions. Discover 15 B-Corp fashion brands leading the charge, creating better products and a better world.

What exactly does it mean to be B-Corp certified? It’s more than just a stamp of approval—it’s a commitment to ethical business practices, transparency, and accountability. These brands go beyond creating fashion, prioritising fair wages, eco-friendly materials and community engagement throughout their supply chain. Beyond Allbirds, Patagonia and TOMS, discover 15 B-Corp fashion brands leading the charge towards a more responsible and inclusive fashion industry.


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Founded in 2006 and based in London, DEPLOY creates impeccably tailored womenswear using clever, considered craftsmanship. The brand’s smart design details—from multi-functional pieces that can be worn in various ways to their thoughtful choice of responsibly-sourced premium fabrics—have won them a loyal customer base of women around the globe. A certified B-Corp with one of the highest global scores for a fashion brand (149.5), creating a more sustainable world is integral to their mission—something their 360° Sustainability philosophy shares in detail. 


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On a mission to create meaningful clothes that remind us of where they came from, this Indonesia-based label works directly with mothers and women in rural villages to create their beautiful collections. They blend traditional techniques with contemporary silhouettes, making their garments using local weaving techniques and plant-based dyes. With a big focus on restorative and regenerative practices, they’ve regenerated over 43 hectares of land through working directly with farmers to restore soil health. The epitome of farm to closet fashion!


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Powering the clothing circularity movement in the UK, think of Sojo as the ‘deliveroo of repairs’. On a mission to make repairs and alterations more accessible, Sojo enables you to rediscover and refresh your clothing with their expert team, championing a more sustainable wardrobe with every stitch. In London? Visit their concession at Selfridges to get your wardrobe fixed and fitted in person. 


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Creating contemporary, stylish collections that celebrate traditional craftsmanship, Aspiga has been a certified B-Corp since 2022. On a mission to empower their artisans and suppliers, who are largely based across Kenya and India, their oh-so-wearable designs—from swish-able dresses to separates—are all made in premium natural fabrics like European Flax Linen, Lenzing™ Ecovero™ Viscose and GOTS Certified organic cotton.  

Outland Denim

Outland Denim, the first brand in Australia to achieve B-Corp certification with a score of 160.2, catapulted onto global radars in 2018 when Meghan Markle was spotted in New Zealand wearing a pair of their best-selling Harriet jeans. With a deep social mission to combat modern slavery, they produce their jeans in Cambodia under ethical standards using industry-leading technology.


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1 People

A Danish sustainable luxury brand, 1 People’s easy wearing designs are ideal for minimalists at heart. Their collections comprise elevated essentials for your capsule wardrobe—from responsibly-made denim to dresses and separates using natural or recycled fabrics. Certified as B-Corp this year, they actively support reforestation efforts, combat plastic pollution and work to offset carbon emissions. 


Soles with soul! This Bali-based brand is combatting tire waste through the creation of its versatile flip flops and accessories. What’s more, it turns out tires have been one of the best materials for long-lasting sandals: they’re durable and waterproof, perfect for life in hot countries or taking on your holidays.  To date, they’ve saved over 80,000 ties from landfill, growing as a brand while positively impacting land and communities in Indonesia.  


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Navy Grey

A homage to the cosiest wardrobe staple, Navy Grey creates expertly crafted jumpers from natural, traceable and increasingly regenerative fibres. Passionate about creating knitwear that will last you through seasons, 100% of their wool is mulesing free, with 82% now certified by the Responsible Wool Standard and spun in Scotland.


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The UK’s home of clothing rental, HURR has been powering the sharing economy for fashion since 2018. This community-driven marketplace makes it easy for you to rent or lend the wardrobes of hundreds of stylish women and brands. Talk about reinventing ownership! 


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With Nothing Underneath

Started by a former Vogue stylist on a mission to create the perfect shirt, this London-based brand creates timeless designs inspired by mens tailoring, British heritage and timeless style. Perfecting the wardrobe essential involves careful craftsmanship and the best fabrics, including organic cotton, Tencel™, recycled silk and buttons made from Corozo nuts. 

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Anuka Jewellery

Anuka Jewellery designs jewellery to be treasured, not trashed. They consciously craft their designs in the UK from 100% recycled silver and fairmined gold. They advocate transparency, ensuring all their materials are responsibly sourced with a fully transparent supply chain. As well as their signature collections, the brand also takes bespoke commissions if you’re looking to create something extra special for an occasion. 


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This Sydney-based label creates fuss-free basics and underwear for women, men and babies made from organically-grown bamboo viscose. A B-corp fashion brand certified since 2021, Boody is passionate about creating a more sustainable and inclusive industry, from featuring a diversity of skin tones and sizes to donating 1% of every sale to certified environmental organisations. 


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Lora Gene

Lora Gene is driven by a desire to help women feel empowered and ready to create global change. They thoughtfully craft their designs, which feel incredible to wear. Designing for real bodies using intelligent tailoring, their wardrobe staples—from trench coats to trousers—are both functional and feminine. Passionate about social justice and economic empowerment, they pay 10-15% above the average market price for clothing in their Bulgaria-based factories. 


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Vivo Barefoot

This label believes that the closer people are to nature, the more they will protect it. As a result, their designs function as though you are barefoot. They’re passionate about empowering people to restore and regenerate their health, and they expertly design a range of trainers for everything from trail running to indoor strength training.

Y.O.U Underwear

On a mission to change the world one pair of pants at a time, Y.O.U (which stands for Your Own Underwear) produces its bras and pants in India from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. Their designs are also certified Fairtrade and PETA-approved vegan. As of 2024, this label is actually the highest scoring fashion B-Corp in the UK (160.5) and globally. 

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