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Brands with Men's and Women's Ethical Clothing Collections

Most of us now know that it's better for people and planet to shop ethically and sustainably but finding ethical brands you like can be difficult, especially if you are shopping for more than one person. For these occasions online ethical clothing stores such as Klow and Mamoq which have a range of ethical brands to choose from can be really useful. Below are some more ethical clothing companies with men's and women's collections.


ARMEDANGELS are a German ethical fashion brand with a conscience, believing that taking care of the planet is not an option but essential. They use sustainable materials such as organic cotton, organic linen, organic wool, recycled polyester, Lenzing Modal and Tencel. They are a GOTS certified company and work alongside organisations such as Fairtrade and the Fair Wear Foundation to implement their high standards.


THINKING MU are a sustainable fashion brand who started out life in Barcelona and their vibrant designs can now be found in shops across the world. Their designs are inspired by nature, arts, crafts, fun, music and people. They use sustainable and natural materials such as organic cotton, organic hemp, organic merino wool, recycled polyester and chrome-free leather in their collections.


Nomads are based in North Cornwall and their designs are inspired by a love of India's vibrant culture. Their designs are a celebration of traditional artisan skills. Their garments are made with natural fibres and GOTS certified organic cotton and are dyed with environmentally approved dyes which are azo free.


DEDICATED are a Swedish fashion company who have combined their passions for graphic design, photography, music and popular culture to create a sustainable streetwear brand. They use sustainable materials such as organic cotton and recycled polyester in their collections and have created long-term relationships with their factories and suppliers.


ECOALF are an award winning ethical fashion company with an emphasis on innovation and sustainable design. They use a range of sustainable materials throughout their collections including recycled nylon, recycled cotton, recycled wool and recycled tyres. Since 2015 they have also been working on upcycling the oceans, by transforming marine debris into top quality yarn. They are a B Corp business.

Kings of Indigo

Kings of Indigo are based in Amsterdam and are committed to sustainability and high ethical standards in their supply chain. They use sustainable materials such as GOTS certified cotton and recycled cotton and wool. They also avoid the usage of chemicals from the REACH chemical list. They are a member of the Fair Wear Foundation and are transparent about where their clothing is made.

Otter and Goat

Otter and Goat are an ethical clothing brand who use organic cotton throughout their collections. They raise money and awareness for a range of charities across the world that are working to protect our animals and environment. Their packaging is minimal and plastic free.


Komodo were pioneers of the sustainable fashion movement and launched following a travel adventure in 1988. They are a fair trade company who use sustainable materials such as organic cotton, hemp, bamboo and TENCEL throughout their collections. They are based in north London and are a soil association and GOTS certified company.


Thought Clothing are an ethical British fashion company based in London. They are committed to sustainability and use natural and biodegradable sustainable fabrics such as bamboo, hemp, organic cotton, and wool throughout their collections. They also use recycled polyester made from plastic bottles. All of their dyes are azo- free. They trace their supply chain and visit suppliers regularly.

Know The Origin

Know The Origin are an ethical clothing company with full transparency of their products from seed to garment. They have built strong relationships with their suppliers in India and all of their cotton is fairtrade certified. They use organic, recyclable and sustainable materials in their collections and seek to minimise environmental impact throughout the supply chain.