29 Jul

These 9 Newly Rated Brands Are Top of Our List for July

Another month means another round of new sustainable fashion ratings thanks to the hard work of our team. Which brands are best from the latest lot? Let’s take a look.

The best newly rated brands of July

Brand ratings are the backbone of our mission at Good On You: to make shopping your values simpler. Since 2015, we have been uncovering brands doing harm, and highlighting those doing good for people, the planet, and animals. You can download our app or check out the directory to discover the best brands for you. If you’re all about discovering new “Good” and “Great” brands from around the world to support, this roundup is for you.

This month, we’ve got 9 newly rated brands for you coming out on top with “Good” ratings. There’s cute and colourful kids’ clothing brands, cycling clothes from Germany, 100% European linen bedding, and more. Read all about the picks below.

Three images side by side of sustainable brands Toby Tiger, Sand Snow Linen, and Biehler.

Biehler

Rated: Good

Biehler is a high-quality cycling clothing brand based in Germany. Its use of eco-friendly materials and local manufacturing reduce its carbon footprint.

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Brava Fabrics

Rated: Good

Founded in Spain, Brava Fabrics seeks to create high-quality clothing and apparel. By producing locally and regularly visiting suppliers, the brand can maintain a higher level of ethical manufacturing.

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Shop Brava Fabrics.

Ecologie by AWDis

Rated: Good

Ecologie by AWDis is a British brand with the mission of building a better future for the planet without compromising style. PETA certified vegan, Ecologie also incorporates a high level of eco fabrics including recycled fabrics.

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ENDANGERED

Rated: Good

ENDANGERED is a clothing brand from the Netherlands that is fighting back for conservation. Its use of eco-friendly materials limits the amount of chemicals, water, and wastewater used in production.

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Shop ENDANGERED.

Mightly

Rated: Good

Mightly makes organic cotton and fair trade certified children's tees, leggings, dresses, pyjamas, hoodies, and more. Its facilities are Fair Trade USA certified and made from a high proportion of eco-friendly materials including Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) cotton.

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Shop Mightly.

Sand Snow Linen

Rated: Good

Sand Snow Linen is a Lithuanian label that creates curtains, couch covers, and more from 100% European linen. Its products are made in-house by a small team, and made-to-order to minimise textile waste.

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Shop Sand Snow Linen.

The Campamento

Rated: Good

The Campamento is a Spanish clothing label that specialises in childrenswear. It traces most of its supply chain and visits suppliers regularly.

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Shop The Campamento.

Toby Tiger

Rated: Good

Toby Tiger is a British label that makes colourful, organic, and playful clothing for babies and kids. Its factories are Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified and it doesn’t use any animal products in its range.

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Shop Toby Tiger.

Wouf

Rated: Good

Designed in Barcelona, Wouf is a fashion and lifestyle accessories label. It uses a high proportion of eco-friendly materials including recycled materials and manufactures locally to reduce its carbon footprint.

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Shop Wouf.

Editor's note

Feature image via Sand Snow Linen, 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. We may earn a commission on sales made using our offer codes or affiliate links.

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