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30 Jun

The 9 Best and Worst Newly Rated Brands of June

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Halfway through the year, what scores have our expert ratings team dished out for newly listed brands? Here are the recently rated brands for June that are worth supporting, and those to steer clear of as a conscious consumer.

Here’s where the mid-year brand ratings landed

Brand ratings are the backbone of our mission at Good On You: to help you discover the very best sustainable fashion brands from around the world. Since 2015, we have been reading between the seams for you, uncovering brands doing harm, calling out greenwashing, and highlighting the sustainable brands doing good for people, the planet, and animals. Download our app or check out the directory to easily shop your values.

This month, we’re sharing four brands doing “Good” (including high-tech resortwear, eco-friendly underwear, colourful designs from the UK, and non-seasonal knitwear made in LA), but also five brands that aren’t doing enough.

A person in a patterned resort wear dress by Louisa Parris; a person in a grey and white underwear set by Pantee, and a person in an orange bikini set by Casa Raki.

4 newly rated brands worth checking out


Rated: Good

Pantee is a women's underwear brand based in the UK with a focus on comfort. The brand incorporates a high proportion of lower-impact materials including recycled materials, and its limited production run minimises textile waste.

Find bras and undies in sizes XS-3XL.

See the rating.

Shop Pantee.

Louisa Parris

Rated: Good

Louisa Parris is a London label known for creating timeless, colourful dresses and accessories. Its facilities are audited and reported through Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit - SMETA Best Practice Guidance.

See the rating.

Shop Louisa Parris.

Casa Raki

Rated: Good

Casa Raki is a London designed womens resortwear brand with items made from high-tech, organic, and recycled fabrics. It manufactures locally to reduce its climate impact.

See the rating.

Shop Casa Raki.

Calle del Mar

Rated: Good

Calle Del Mar offers non-seasonal knitwear designed and made in Los Angeles, California. By manufacturing locally, its climate impact is reduced.

See the rating.

Shop Calle Del Mar.

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5 newly rated brands to give a miss

These brands are not doing enough for people, the planet, or animals, either due to a lack of transparency or a lack of concrete action across their supply chains. They all received our second lowest score overall, “Not Good Enough”.

Editor's note

Feature image via Louisa Parris, all other images via brands mentioned. Good On You publishes the world’s most comprehensive ratings of fashion brands’ impact on people, the planet, and animals. Use our directory to search thousands of rated brands.

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