Independent Fashion Brands


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Takutea Takutea is a brand of high-quality jeans with a young and lively mood, designed for those who want to stand out in style in the grey urban jungle. Takutea is a brand of clothing specializing in the production of pants with an Italian design and is the result of the strong passion and sense of style of designer Lucio Mauro and stylist Valeria Vittoria. Ethical Fashion Acts: embracing culture, uses 'Tivaevae' fabric which is produced by women in the Cook Islands Designer
Texas and the Artichoke Texas and the Artichoke is a London based home ware and fashion accessories brand founded by Paula Benvegnú, an argentine art director, product designer & print maker. The label make beautiful things with a quirky, bold and contemporary twist. Texas and Artichoke products are designed and produced in the UK with the highest quality materials, always adding a good amount of kitsch, eccentricity and poetry so you can stay one step ahead of the crowd. Ethical Fashion Acts: designed and produced in the UK with the highest quality materials Designer
The changing Factor The Changing Factor has been created officially in 2015 but we have been working on the idea from 2013. It all started as a response to the fashion world at that time and how it was harder and harder to differentiate brands and find real value. We wanted to go against the current and create something very special. The idea changed a few times but ultimately we have decided we wanted to design especially for the incredible modern women who are ambitious, career-driven and full of 'oomph', no matter where they are on the globe. Alexander McQueen once said - "I want people to fear the women I dress". We don't necessarily want people to fear the women we 'dress' but we certainly want to make a strong impression. Ethical Fashion Acts: Donates 10% of profits to W4 and innovative charity dedicated to empowering women  Designer
The Noces The Noces is an ethical fashion brand launched in 2016 to produce raffia handbags and clutches. Designed in Portugal and handmade in Madagascar, we bring back ancestral weaving techniques into contemporary style. Noces mean marriage in French and that name sums up our core essence: a perfect mix of materials, styles and colours that gives a chic touch. All our accessories use locally purchased materials. Our signature material is the raffia fibre from palm tree leaves. It is an environmentally-friendly material that regenerates after being extracted. For our non-vegan collection, we use zebu leather that is vegetable tanned. We work mostly with family-owned businesses and sole artisans, and whenever possible, we collaborate with women from rural areas. We support fair wages and good working conditions and our artisans are registered at the Chamber of Commerce of Antananarivo. 5% of the annual profit is donated to charities in Madagascar supporting poverty alleviation and child prostitution. NOTE FROM HOLY, THE FOUNDER "The Noces is a brand by women for women - confident, free spirited and conscious about their lifestyle. Our collection is inspired by our mixed heritage: Portuguese bohemian vibes, French elegance and Malagasy arts. We are advocating a more sustainable fashion through our timeless accessories  affordable and functional season after season" Rafia Handbag   Ethical Acts: Sustainable brand, handmade ecological supportive brand. Designer
Tomas Brilliance Tomas Brilliance is a London based design label the brand was envisioned in 2014 and launched in 2015. The Pelham handbag is hand crafted in the East End of London by a team of six with years of experience using high level of hand crafting techniques to produce The Pelham handbag. The Inspiration of the Pelham bag came from Pelham Crescent in Chelsea it's a street that's full of history and heritage which inspired me to create the Pelham Tote handbag. The inspirational design of the Pelham Bag came from the envelopes and packages I was delivering. Ethical Fashion Acts: Handcrafted in the East End of London, high level of hand crafting techniques Designer
Topshop Topshop has become a major style authority and one of fashion’s biggest success stories. Capturing the zeitgeist every season, we exemplify up-to-the-minute affordable style, while our brave and irreverent approach has endeared fashion-conscious shoppers and industry icons alike. image Positive Fashion Acts: Trend-setting and affordable style Designer
Triarchy Triarchy's women's denim is made using Tencel Cotton blend, which is a processed wood fibre made from the eucalyptus tree. Not only is the energy used to grow, produce and manufacture Tencel 100% renewable, it also uses 85% less water than cotton to grow and process. Triarchy's search for the greenest manufacturing options we uprooted production to Mexico City, where the factory they now work with uses 85% recycled water. The factory in Mexico was chosen because of their pioneering sustainability efforts and the way they care for their employees. Triarchy's designers take every opportunity possible to visit the team on the ground in Mexico. Ethical Fashion Acts: 100% renewable materials, regular visits to their production team Designer