06 Sep

Our Favourite Newly Rated Brands For September

Upcycled, recycled, repurposed and reimagined – this month’s faves have it all. From shirts dyed with flowers to luxury vegan leather bags to gorgeous handcrafted jewellery, let these Good brands take you on a sustainable fashion journey to remember.

Les Récupérables

Rated: Good

Les Récupérables is a young responsible fashion brand, made in France. The driving force behind the business is not creating new waste, but rather reusing what has already been produced, hence the name - “The Recoverables”! By embodying this “circular economy”, the brand’s environmental impact is greatly reduced.

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Sustain

Rated: Good

Sustain produces timeless organic women’s clothing, dyed with plants. This is a brand that really cares about the environment! It uses eco-friendly materials including GOTS certified organic cotton, and uses only low impact, non-toxic plant based dyes, which is better for you and the planet. It’s possible to have clothes that also care for you with Sustain’s “clothing with a conscience”.

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V by Townsley

Rated: Good

V By Townsley's cruelty free vegan bags, handcrafted in Italy, look, feel and perform like leather without causing harm to animals. The team set out to create a compassionate brand, without compromising on design or luxury, and they certainly succeeded!

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D+K

Rated: Good

D+K is an Australian high-performance brand supporting everybody seeking an authentic edge in life. It uses renewable energy in its supply chain to reduce its climate impact, and reuses all of its offcuts to minimise textile waste. It is also a PETA approved 100% vegan brand!

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Melissa Joy Manning

Rated: Good

Luxury handmade jewellery from designer Melissa Joy Manning. The stunning pieces are crafted locally from recycled silver and gold sourced from a Green Certified refinery. The brand’s ethical artisans design jewellery to be treasured and to last, redefining what ‘precious’ means by creating pieces that are unique to the wearer, instead of contributing to a culture of disposable fashion.

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Editor's note: feature image via Melissa Joy Manning, all other images via brands mentioned. Good On You has big plans for ethical fashion in 2019! To support our work, we may earn a commission on sales made using our offers code or affiliate links.

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