Top Fashion Brands That Stand With A Cause
Sometimes fashion is more than just about being fashionable, but seeing who you can help along life's journey.
Sometimes fashion is more than just about being fashionable, but seeing who you can help along life's journey. Our editors collected our top 9 favorite companies that either give back to the environment or to a cause for you to discover, check them out below!
Our Hand-Picked Brands
Founded on helping others, Toms, is passionate about helping those in need by following the "buy one, give one" rule which matches every pair of shoes purchased, a child in need would receive a pair as well.
Every purchase made at Olivela has a purpose beyond great style. When buying one of their luxury items, 20 percent goes directly to one of their charitable causes that help to improve the lives of children in need around the world.
The brand Unicorn Goods creates cruelty-free, vegan clothing and accessories that you are sure to love
Matt & Nat
Deriving inspiration from that nature that surrounds, Matt & Nat uses only natural and vegan materials in their designs and products.
Known as a sustainable vegan brand, Corkor creates their collection of handbags and accessories using cork from oak trees.
Frank And Oak
At Frank and Oak, their garments are made from sustainable materials like recycled polyester and organic fibers. SO not only will you look good, but you’ll also be doing good for the environment.
Everlane takes pride in partnering with factories that are ethical from around the world when their products are manufactured.
Partnering with nonprofits Warby Parker distributes a pair of glasses to someone in need with every purchase made. They also keep their prices reasonable for prescription eye wear making glasses accessible to everyone.
Gorjana is a jewelry brand that focuses on giving back to those in need by partnering with nonprofits through fundraisers, shopping parties, jewelry pulls and auction donations.
Oeuf even allows the kids to be eco friendly by prioritizing eco-friendly, organic materials and ethical production for their products.