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A growing guide to sustainable fashion brands in Singapore

A growing guide to sustainable fashion brands in Singapore

Looking for sustainable fashion in Singapore? From clothing to jewellery, these 35 local labels combine quality, ethics and aesthetics.

We know how difficult it is to quit fast fashion. Despite learning about the impact of the industry and trying out alternatives like thrifting, swapping or renting, it can still be a struggle to resist cheap deals and sales promos. 

What we’ve discovered on the journey—and from so many inspiring entrepreneurs—is that we all have the power to create a kinder, more equitable fashion industry. It can start very simply: rethinking how and why we shop to make more intentional choices. In the infamous words of designer Vivienne Westwood, we can learn to buy less, choose well and make it last!

If you do need to make a purchase, why not support an original, independent brand creating premium designs? Shortcut your search with our ultimate guide to sustainable fashion brands in Singapore. From workwear to loungewear, jewellery to activewear, we’ve done the legwork to curate best-in-class ethical brands creating distinct design with an eco-conscious edge.

And psst: if you’re looking for a sizeable curation of sustainable fashion brands in one place, check out our online store, attend one of our pop ups (follow our IG for announcements) or watch our new documentary, The State of Sustainable Fashion in Singapore.

Sustainable fashion brands in Singapore

Linen shirt dress by Singapore-based sustainable fashion brand Summery
Photography by ZERRIN STUDIO

1. Summery The Label

Linen lovers, listen up! Summery The Label creates timeless, modern silhouettes in a beautiful, medium-weight linen fabric, perfect for life in the tropics or your travels. Their collections—from one-and-done dresses to classic shirts, shorts and trousers—are designed for versatility and take you from day to night. Ethically produced, these are truly wardrobe staples that will last you season after season.

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Batik printed designs by Singapore-based sustainable fashion label Gypsied
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2. Studio Gypsied

Studio Gypsied is a slow fashion brand that celebrates Nusantara heritage through the adaptation of batik textiles. Stories that permeate the batik world are intentionally brought to life with each motif and silhouette—connecting the wearer to the stories embedded in each piece of batik. Working together with artisan communities in Java, Indonesia, the studio designs and crafts batik on certified organic materials like OEKO-TEX®, TENCEL and EcoVero™.

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New Singapore-based sustainable fashion brand Rock Daisy
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3. Rock Daisy

New label on the block Rock Daisy offers oh-so-wearable designs made from certified, nature-based fibres like TENCEL™ and cotton. Their first collection, EDITION 1, offers silhouettes that are designed to mix and match for comfort and versatility (hello #30wears!), while their oversized yet tailored silhouettes are perfect for Asia’s humidity. All of their pieces are made in small batches to reduce waste. Our favourite pick? The Tasha oversized shirt dress in the brand’s signature green shade.

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Singapore-based label Syne upcycles old Japanese kimonos, giving them a new lease of life in a sustainable way
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4. Syne Studio

Rebelling against the fashion industry’s norms—aka waste and overproduction!—the team at Syne began their journey scouring Japan for discarded kimonos which they lovingly restored, breathing fresh life into pieces rich with tradition. This practice has since blossomed into a brand committed to harnessing the latent potential of existing materials from various industries. Seamlessly blending sustainability and style, every collection continues to be made from repurposed materials. Watch our video interview with founders Ian Sam & Eshton Chua, part of our State of Sustainable Fashion in Singapore documentary series!

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Dress by India and Singapore based ethical fashion label Sui
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5. Sui

Calling both Singapore and India home, Sui’s mission is to weave together threads of nature and fashion with a green heart at the helm. For them, designing fashion is all about honouring nature and the artisans behind the garments. Their collections—made from nature-based fibres and natural dyes, are made in delightful original prints and embroidery elements inspired by nature’s. beauty. Their designs are brought to life by their in-house expert production team in India, alongside ethical NGO’s and grassroots establishments like Women Weave, Pins & Needles and Baghru Textiles.

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Model sitting wearing sustainable clothing by Esse, one of Singapore's first ethical fashion brands
Photo credit: Esse

6. Esse

One of Singapore’s pioneering sustainable fashion brands, Esse has been redefining the way we create and consume fashion since 2017. Now based between the Lion City and New Zealand, their premium designs make the perfect wardrobe staples, produced in a way thats kinder to people and planet. Their thoughtfully-made investment pieces are launched in small batches, or on a preorder basis, to prevent wastage and excess inventory. They also give back, working with a number of charities and environmental conservation initiatives.

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Dress by sustainable fashion brand Maisha Concept, based in Singapore
Photography by ZERRIN STUDIO

7. Maisha Concept

Another incredible Singapore designer, Maisha Concept is made for the adventurous woman who adores prints, travel, and culture. Inspired by the Swahili term meaning “giving life,” the Maisha team are passionate about reviving culture, heritage, and artisanal skills worldwide. Their vibrant designs—which feature original prints and soft, nature-based fabrics—are meticulously crafted by producers in India or Kenya using traditional techniques, celebrating vibrant cultural narratives. Watch our video interview with founder Rakhee Shah, part of our State of Sustainable Fashion in Singapore documentary series!

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Photo credit: The MORI Club

8. The MORI Club

Looking for planet-friendly undies? If you’re Singapore-based, MORI should be your first port of call. Since 2018, this label has been creating no-frills undergarments ideal for everyday wear from Bamboo Spandex, a more eco-friendly jersey knit fabric. Their designs are made in Bali under ethical working conditions in a small-scale, fair-wage and plastic-free production studio. They also use only low-impact or natural dyes, and work on a preorder basis when possible to prevent overproduction (that also makes them quite exclusive!) As well as bras, briefs and thongs, their lounge dresses and separates have been a hit.

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9. NOST

This artisanal apparel brand showcases hand block printed motifs inspired by architecture. Vibrant prints are brought to life using azo-free or natural plant-based dyes. Crafted from TENCEL and GOTS certified organic cotton, their wearable pieces guarantee softness while being kind to the planet. With a focus on timeless designs, this label offers comfort and style for repeated wear.

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Model wears dress by local sustainable fashion brand Lily & Lou
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10. Lily & Lou

Lily & Lou excels in crafting timeless, elegant silhouettes with a unique twist: customisation. Their made-to-order approach not only minimises waste but also offers personalised touches, from fabric selection to intricate details. Embracing digital innovation, the brand digitises various aspects of their workflow, utilising software to create patterns and produce samples through 3D rendering. This cool process not only saves time but also conserves materials. Watch our video interview with founder Yan Ng, part of our State of Sustainable Fashion in Singapore documentary series!

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All of Wray Crafted's wrap dresses are block printed in India, designed in Singapore
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11. Wray Crafted

Known for their wrap designs in flattering cuts, Wray Crafted’s collections pay homage to India’s vibrant culture, heritage, and artisanal crafts like block printing and Bandhani. Collaborating closely with local communities—skilled artisans and family businesses—the brand embraces a small batch production model to reduce waste and creating just what is needed. Their wrap dresses—which fuse tradition with modern silhouettes—are produced in sizes UK6 to UK20 and are thoughtfully made with enough coverage so you feel comfy and secure going about your daily adventures.

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12. Ashepa

Inspired by the founder’s homeland of Kenya, Ashepa’s bold and original designs celebrate the unique charm of handmade homeware, accessories, and jewellery all crafted with meticulous care. The brand partners with skilled artisans across Africa to create each piece, providing artisans with sustainable income opportunities that not only support their families but also ensure the preservation of artisanal techniques for future generations.

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Africa-inspired sustainable fashion brand Oliveankara, based in Singapore
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13. OliveAnkara

This joyful label’s designs are instantly recognisable on the streets of Singapore! Merging traditional African prints with contemporary silhouettes, their well-crafted women’s and unisex designs blend African fabrics (like wax cotton) with Italian fashion design—a nod to the founders roots. Embracing a slow fashion ethos, they’re also all about zero-waste practices, repurposing any leftover fabric into children’s wear and cute accessories like eye-catching earrings, pouches and bags.

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Paradigm Shift makes well-thought out sustainable designs with natural fabrics
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14. Paradigm Shift

Paradigm Shift was born out of a desire to cause just that—a paradigm shift—in fashion. The brand is intentional with creating well thought out pieces instead of jumping onto trends. By using only natural fabric, they seek to reduce the use and disposal of synthetics. This also results in long-lasting wardrobe essentials that are timeless, of quality, and comfortable to be in. Their values are rooted in quality, inclusivity, respect, and dignity. What’s more, they come at an affordable price point!

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Eden+Elie handmakes intricate beaded jewellery from Singapore
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15. Eden+Elie

Eden+Elie specialises in intricate handmade beaded jewellery. The brand uses hand weaving techniques to create functional, wearable pieces with a modern contemporary twist. They train and partner with artisans who make the jewelry. Every piece is handmade in Singapore, and no two pieces are exactly alike.

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Outfyt is a Singapore based athleisure activewear label made from nylon
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16. Outfyt

Outfyt is a sustainable activewear brand. Their pieces are designed with a focus on clean, simple lines, minimalism, and functionality. Their designs are produced in small batches and created from ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon. That is, recovered nylon waste. Not only do their products remove waste from the ocean, 1% of all proceeds also go to the charity Healthy Seas, which works towards just that—healthy seas.

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Models wear designs by slow fashion brand Dear Samfu
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17. Dear Samfu

This local label aims to bring Grandma’s values of thoughtfulness and sustainability back into style. Dear Samfu reimagines nostalgic silhouettes for the contemporary woman’s wardrobe. Every piece is made to last through both seasons and wears. They work with deadstock fabric to reduce textile waste, and manufacture in a woman-owned factory in Cambodia. Their clothes are designed for maximum comfort for the tropical heat and ease of movement.

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Our Barehands crafts all of their designs on a made to order basis, from natural based fibres like linen fabric
Photo credit: Our Barehands

18. Our Barehands

Our Barehands is committed to building strong and sustainable communities over time. Thus, the social enterprise partners with small-producing artisans and communities worldwide to produce unique lifestyle pieces. On top of adopting a made-to-order business model, they also use recycled, upcycled, plant-based and/or biodegradable materials.

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Hide the Label makes vivid prints in effortless styles perfect for work
Photography by ZERRIN STUDIO

19. Hide the Label

Hide the Label creates effortless silhouettes that fit well, last long, and can be worn by every woman, every season for every occasion. Their designs incorporate vivid prints for a wardrobe that has longevity and wearability. Their printing process is also water-free. That means that it not only minimises the use of water, but also wastewater!

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Su By Hand is a Singapore-based label which creates all of its designs from premium natural fabrics
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20. Su by Hand

Su by Hand, a conscious womenswear label inspired by Nature, adopts a slow-fashion approach to develop each collection. They create original, timeless designs which incorporate organic, artisanal details in premium fabrics. They prefer using low-impact fibres like certified TENCEL™, organic cottons and silk, as well as botanical dyes in each capsule range. Their aesthetic draws inspiration from nature and emotions, while their core values embrace honesty and sustainability.

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Sustainable fashion brand in Singapore The Tangerine Road
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21. The Tangerine Road

The Tangerine Road draws inspiration from the ancient silk road. It is thus no surprise that travelling plays a big part in this Singaporean sustainable fashion brand’s collections. Their designs incorporate the vivid cultures and heritages of Asia with the Italian flair for tailoring and classic aesthetics. The brand uses only end of stock silk, and they do so by producing small-batch capsule collections.

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Source Collections designs minimal, premium quality basics
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22. SOURCE Collections

SOURCE creates minimalist, premium-quality products that you’ll reach for again and again. Specialising in separates and undergarments for men and women made from cotton or TENCEL™ fibres, the brand prioritises transparency, openly sharing information about their partner factories. Committed to constantly enhancing their approach to sustainability, their mission is to create better things for good.

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23. Pyar

Pyar is a jewellery line designed in Singapore and handmade by artisans in Bali. The brand works exclusively with recycled silver and brass, designing with longevity in mind. They take inspiration from treasured moments of stillness, rhythms of nature, and human connection. Pyar focuses on love as a core theme which also extends to their ethical production. The brand is sexy, feminine, and designed for the bohemian at heart.

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Sans Faff specialises in simple sustainable basics
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24. SANS FAFF

Founded by Canadian designer Brandy Dallas, SANS FAFF is an innovative and sustainably-driven womenswear label that embodies a fresh approach to power dressing. Its signature bows and meticulously tailored pieces radiate confidence with a blend of boldness and elegance. Embracing sustainability, Sans Faff advocates for mindful consumption and simplicity in design, emphasising the importance of doing more with less. Specialising in timeless basics to form the cornerstone of every wardrobe, the brand incorporates bamboo fibre into its designs. Committed to environmental responsibility, the label has a strict zero-plastic policy and allocates 1% of its profits to support environmental non-profits.

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BabeCave Batik supports small artisans by creating modern silhouettes from traditional batik
Photo credit: Babecave Batik

25. BabeCave Batik

This modern batik clothing label creates chic, wearable designs that ooze nostalgia and vintage undertones. The brand supports artisans and small businesses who source their traditional batik fabric. The collections are then designed and produced in-house in Singapore. This results in small batches of beautifully crafted tops in modern silhouettes showcasing traditional prints.

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Sustainable fashion brand Indosole recycles tires into sandals and flip flops
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26. Indosole

A certified B Corp, Indosole repurposes used, indestructible rubber tyres and discarded sneaker soles into the soles of some of the most durable and high-grip footwear around. Since 2009, Indosole has repurposed over 150,000 tyres from Indonesian landfills. Not only do they make their footwear responsibly, but they also ensure it is 100% waterproof and vegan. Additionally, Indosole is a proud member of 1% For The Planet.

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aNERDstore is a design house in Singapore using batik
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27. aNERDstore

aNERDstore is an art platform specialising in textile arts with a focus on Indonesian batik and tenun from both emerging and established artists. The brand seeks to preserve the heritage by promoting the reinvention and evolution of Batik in modern everyday lives to preserve its relevance. Their designs also provide a sustainable source of income for the artisans In Indonesia.

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muta.wear is a zero waste label that designs from reclaimed fabric waste
Photo credit: Mutawear

28. muta.wear

muta.wear is a zero-waste slow-fashion label. They focus on upcycling textile waste from post-consumer sources, designing accessories and clothes. The brand does this through experimental reconstruction and exploring old-school slow fashion artisanal techniques. 

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Tessellate.Co sustainable jewelry brand Singapore
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29. Tessellate.Co

This jewellery brand has a big focus on authentic, quality gemstones. To work towards a more sustainable future, Tessellate.Co has pledged to achieve net-zero emissions and practice slow fashion. They stopped continuous product releases and instead they started to create classic pieces that can withstand daily wear for years to come. Tessellate.Co cross checks all of their suppliers to maintain an ethical supply chain. They also offer bespoke services so you can create your own one-of-a-kind piece.

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Local Singaporean label Graye has sustainable practices at heart
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30. Graye Studio

Ready-to-wear clothing label, Graye Studio specialises in more unisex clothing, seeking to portray balance and sustainable fashion concepts in their pieces.  Advocating a modern zen lifestyle, their pieces combine eastern and western elements in minimalist designs. All Graye Studio’s merchandise is designed in-house, with quality and timeless style. They use fabrics such as cotton, linen, tencel, cupro, canvas cotton, and supima cotton and use regenerated fibres and upcycling practices.

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Somafolk sustainable fashion brand Singapore
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31. Somafolk

Inspired by nature and the “ancient folk way of living,” Somafolk’s designs are simplistic yet earthy. A true slow fashion brand, their collection is limited to a few dresses and tote bags, all thoughtfully made in cotton, linen, silk, and hemp fabrics. They use natural dyes like indigo and kaki shibu (from persimmons), giving each piece a human touch. 

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Swim and sportswear brand Kynd uses more sustainable fibres in their designs
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32. Kynd

Based in Singapore, Kynd creates timeless, flattering and modern swim and sportswear inspired by French classic aesthetics and colours that will stand the test of time (trust us, you’ll want to wear these staples season after season!) Their collections are created in small limited quantities to avoid waste and preserve resources. What’s more, their regenerated fabrics are all certified OEKO-TEX®, and are carefully selected for their premium quality to ensure they last for years.

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33. One Puram

One Puram believes in the power of community and caring for the planet, hence the name means ‘One Village.’ Sustainability is at the centre of their ethos. That’s why they choose TENCEL™ fibres for their fabrics in every collection. They’re committed to ethical production too, collaborating closely with a conscientious workshop in Indonesia to meticulously craft each garment. Their style? Think vibrant prints and flattering cuts, perfect for a tropical wardrobe.

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Singapore-based label Rawbought creates buttery soft sleepwear from natural fabrics
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34. Rawbought

Founded by three sisters with a passion for comfort, Rawbought’s buttery-soft sleepwear perfect for all the family. What else is unique about Rawbought? Aside from their incredible fabrics, they handle all production in-house, granting them complete control over the supply chain and consequently providing greater transparency regarding the origin and process of their designs (watch this video for a full behind the scenes!)

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Upcycled fashion brand Restore creates bags and accessories from deadstock fabrics
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35. Restore

Have you heard? Upcycling is cool now. This indie label recycles upholstery into eye-catching accessories that are easy to style for every day. Driven by their social purpose—to champion the circular economy and support marginalised communities—Restore’s designs don’t just look good, they do good too. On our wish list? This maxi boxy tote and their reversible bucket hats.

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