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We believe in a future without sweatshops, disempowerment and exploitation. Bold idea? Sure. Possible? We think so. 

Where we choose to spend our money matters.
We've made it easy for you to discover and support ethical brands working to create a better world.

Latest Ethical Brands

The ANJELMS Project

We’ve been doing this thing for a while; the sifting through of companies in order to find the big fat (ethically and sustainably minded) gems. Well, when we were sifting recently, we came across The ANJELMS Project, and we may have hit the motherload. Social responsibility, sustainable practices, uniqueness, community, and quality are the pillars by which this incredible company is supported, and it’s just an added bonus that their garments are as absolutely beautiful as the company’s mindset.

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Bird and Kite

Bird + Kite is an ethical clothing company based in Bali, though they operate with purpose. Their clothing is manufactured with a family run business with which the team have a close personal relationship, as placing a high amount of value on these relationships is essential in Balinese society. There is no child, forced or underage labour in Bird + Kite’s supply chain, no harassment or abuse, no plastic, and an intense support of and high respect for Balinese culture.

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of global carbon emissions come from the fashion industry, which is more than shipping and aviation combined⁣⁣.



of what Australians spend on clothing goes to the wages of workers in garment factories across the globe.



of Australian fashion brands pay their workers a living wage.



Fewer than 1% of garments that exist are made into new clothes.⁣⁣