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Our expert ratings analysts have been busy scoring brands as per usual, and we’ve uncovered five “Good” brands worth supporting, and four poorly-rated ones to steer clear of.
Uncovering the notable newly rated brands of June
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 five brands doing “Good” (including Vietnamese handmade garments, upcycled denim from Paris, and artisanal designs from the US), but also four brands any conscious shopper should steer clear of with our lowest two scores of “Not Good Enough” and “We Avoid”.