5 Eco Friendly Fashion Brands for Spring

By Diane Small

Spring is the time we all get excited about packing away the woolies and bringing out the silks! No matter what your style, we’ve found 5 eco friendly fashion brands that are making easy, breezy beautiful clothing for life in the sunshine. Which one suits your style?

1. Fifth Dimension

Vibe: Living in the Fifth Dimension we value our life and treasure our planet. We trust and respect all living beings and learn to live in harmony with our environment. Creating an atmosphere of acceptance and love our interactions become an exchange of energy with all living beings sharing our planet Earth.

Ethos: They are dedicated to creating beautiful clothing that is crafted with sustainable, organic, and upcycled fabric. The brand also partners with local manufacturers to reduce their carbon footprint, and they pre-wash all garments with  organic soap, so only the softest chemical free materials touch your skin.

You’ll like it if: Casual and comfortable are the two things you love in clothing


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2. Catherine Quin

Vibe: Expect black, black and more black, but served up in such disparate fabrics – lace, cashmere, crepe – that it never looks stark. The small but beautifully formed collection runs the gamut from wardrobe basics (simply cut black trousers) to elegant eveningwear (floor-length black crepe gowns).

Ethos: Every garment is made from natural fabrics, like silk georgette or crepe, by hand in a small, family owned atelier.

You’ll like it if: You value cut and texture in clothing. Sophisticated, arty and intellectual is your vibe.

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3. Yoga Democracy

Vibe: Unique, colourful prints are created by artists and used by the brand in their eco-friendly range of yoga gear, which can also be worn for everyday use, of course.

Ethos: All fabrics are made from recycled water bottles and is dyed in-house using a  zero-water method that produces fade-resistant, no-bleed, fully-saturated colour.  As part of its commitment to recycled fibers, by spring 2015, 90% of the company’s fabric consumption will be recycled fibers, including recycled polyester and nylon made from discarded carpets and fishing nets.  The company has also committed to donating 10% of its net profit to environmental charities worldwide.

You’ll like it if: Spring dressing for you means pulling on a pair of tights and throwing a tee over it. Or, you know what ‘Shavasana‘ means.


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4. The Reformation

Vibe: Anita Pallenberg meets Vanessa Paradis: the brand uses 70s trends and blends them with modern chic to create flowing maxi-dresses, sexy pantsuits and blouses that look as good in the office as they would on stage at Glastonbury. Yes, really.

Ethos: All clothing is made from upcycling waste materials from the fashion industry

You’ll like it if: You’re a Boho Babe with an urban edge




5. Animal Behavior

Vibe: Made for a sensual, confident woman who’s not afraid to roar every now and then. Animal Behavior is inspired by the beauty of animals, especially big cats, and so appeals to those with a feline, feminine side.

Ethos: All clothing is made from luxurious eco friendly materials including vegetable dyed raw silk and Tencel. In addition, the brand donates 5% of all profits to, an organisation dedicated to saving big cats.

You’ll like it if: You love a touch of animal print in your designs, and you’re happy to invest in staple pieces for your wardrobe you know you’ll wear again and again.

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