Independent Fashion Brands


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Ray-Ban Ray-Ban is a brand of sunglasses and eyeglasses founded in 1937 by the American company Bausch & Lomb. The brand is best known for their Wayfarer and Aviator lines of sunglasses. Rayban as a brand supports sustainability through supply chain transparency. Read Here for further information and disclosures.   Shop Banner   Ethical Fashion Acts: Supports supply chain transparency, promotes the safeguarding of workers' rights and trade union freedom    Vendor
re.sustain Prama Bhardwaj, a globally recognised authority regarding sustainable supply and manufacture of clothing and creative director Matthew Murphy of OTHER/shop recognised a clear opportunity in the market for a clothing range that is price-democratic, big on detail and beautifully executed. “There are so few brands out there that are using sustainable sources effectively and creating contemporary product. We want to ensure, irrelevant of the sustainable credentials, that the collection works as a relevant fashion brand.” Ethical Fashion Acts: Effectively uses sustainable resources, ethically sourced and produced  Vendor
Redgregor Shop REDGREGOR creates for creators – for new gods and goddesses. For the ones who set off on a transcending journey of continuous transformation. Our jewelry is made of plexiglass and materials such as premium-class leather and alcantara all pre-consumer recycled by Italian and French manufacturers. Shed your skin over and over again. Vendor
Renush

Contemporary hand made, moulded leather fashion accessories: corsets, corset belts, jewellery,body pieces and handbags. Renush is a graduate in Footwear and Accessories from Cordwainers College at the London College of Fashion.Taking inspiration from the contours of the human body and the characteristics of materials used, Renush uses traditional techniques to create thoroughly modern and highly original pieces.

Ethical Fashion Acts: Strong eco policy, with all production taking place in the United Kingdom

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Retrospective Jewellery Retrospective Jewellery design and create modern jewellery inspired by the past. The British jewellery label combines former design aesthetics with modern finishes to create stylish and unique pieces. The label launched in November 2015 and takes its inspiration from Architecture, Antique Jewellery, Textile Prints and Patterns. The collections are produced in Hong Kong by a wonderful team of makers that are visited twice a year. All of the jewellery is vegan. 10% of the profits are donated to different animal sanctuaries throughout the year. The designs are meant to look flat and two dimensional, to give the jewellery the appearance of looking like drawings on paper. Easy to wear from day to night, Retrospective Jewellery’s collections look effortless when worn. Retrospective Jewellery is made locally, sustainably designed and made in London. Ethical Fashion Acts: Produced in Hong Kong, factories are visited twice a year, vegan, 10% of the profits are donated to different animal sanctuaries throughout the year   Vendor