Vintage Clothing shoppers will be familiar with the thrill of finding that perfect piece – one that looks good, fits well and tells a story. But what counts as vintage clothing, and how do you make a pre-loved piece your own? Amsterdam-based upcycling queen Lisa Bootsma from NHNCD; gives us the lowdown. Read More
Whether they’re helping us see better or protecting our eyes from ultraviolet rays, glasses are an all-year essential! To help keep you looking great, and seeing better, here are seven ethical eyewear brands rated ‘Good’ or ‘Great’ on the Good On You app that leave others in the shade. Read More
Edgy Swedish brand Cheap Monday are taking steps to build a sustainable future, but is this fast-fashion label worth investing in today? We get to the bare bones of the issue and take a look at their treatment of people, planet and animals. Do they put their money where their mouth is, or are there skeletons hiding in their greenwashed closet? Read More
France has long been known as a fashion powerhouse, with Paris home to many of the world’s most famous houses including Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Saint Laurent. But while many of these luxury brands have been slow to join the ethical fashion revolution, an increasing number of smaller labels are leading the way. Here are our five favourite French brands rated ‘Good’ or ‘Great’ in the Good On You app. Read More
UK menswear store Brothers We Stand began as an ethical fashion blog. But in just five years it’s grown into an online retailer that stocks handpicked labels from around the world along with a flagship store in Bristol’s Wapping Wharf. We speak to founder Jonathan Mitchell about how the brand started and where it’s going next.
British designer Stella McCartney has been proudly creating “sustainable luxury fashion” for almost two decades. Boasting several huge achievements in eco-fashion – including designing Meghan Markle’s wedding reception dress – lifelong vegetarian Stella has always had ethics on her mind. But does her brand have any room for improvement? Read More
Choosing to spend your money on ethical brands may sound simple enough – you find companies that benefit people and the planet, and shop there instead. The real challenge often lies in giving up the brands that fail to meet your values.
Going through a break-up with an unethical brand is hard, but the Good On You community is here to hold your hand through the process! Here’s what to expect when you say “sayonara” to a label you once loved.
Underwear is the first thing we put on in the morning and the last thing we take off and it can truly make our day. The great news is there’s a growing number of sustainable underwear brands – making it one of the easiest elements of your wardrobe to switch.
To help you on your way, we’ve put together this ultimate guide of brands that will make you feel comfortable and confident, without compromising on your values. Read More
Finding the perfect bag that meets all of your needs can be a challenge. Finding a bag that meets all of your needs, is functional, stylish AND sustainably and ethically made, can be even more challenging. To make things easier for you we have compiled a list of six of our favourites. These bags are kind to people, animals, and the planet, not to mention ridiculously good looking. Read More
You might already buy Fairtrade coffee and chocolate, but what about fair trade clothing? Choosing a fair trade fashion brand can help protect producer’s rights and the environment. Here are some of our favourite European labels who are doing a world of good, while looking great. Read More
Whether you’ve been invited to a baby shower or your little one has graduated to the next size up, we’re here to make shopping for ethical children’s clothing one less thing to worry about. Read More
In this fast paced world, there is nothing quite so valued as quick & easy. Most of us have so much to do in a day that we can’t afford to waste time deciding what to wear- enter the capsule wardrobe. Not only does having a set amount of staples that can all be mixed and matched with each other save time, it can also save people, the planet and animals if you know where to look! Read More