Best Sustainable Clothing Brands In Australia

Sustainable brands mentioned in this post; Cloth & Co, Eubi, Unreal Fur, Lanikai the Label, Bird & Hill

Sustainability is an attribute becoming ever more prevalent in the minds of consumers when searching to buy goods of any category and the sustainability of clothing is no different whether it be a social or environmental approach, sustainability is key to the prosperity of the planet.

In this article, we touch on just a handful of Australia’s many sustainable brands that are striving for change in all stages of the clothing industry in no particular order. 

 

Cloth & Co 

Cloth & Co. is a contemporary lifestyle brand, founded with a commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of the people who make their products with a focus on empowering women. They are committed to producing thoughtfully designed, affordable collections that have a positive impact, both social and environmental. They source the highest quality materials that are 100% natural. Their cotton is sourced from organic and regenerative farms and all of their pieces are biodegradable so that in the end, it can be recycled, repurposed or decomposed.

It is safe to say that cloth & co pretty much set the standard in the fashion industry when it comes to sustainable vege threads and social enterprise. Moreover, their range doesn’t stop at clothing, their eco-friendly methods are used to create lifestyle items like towels and accessories. If you read their “meet the maker” you probably noticed they also make an extended effort to empower women, notably in the manufacturing and material sourcing stages.

What’s important to note about Cloth & Co is their GOTS certified cotton. GOTS is the Global Organic Textile Standard which represents the manufacturing process using no toxic chemicals to grow or dye the cotton. Entitling not only farmers and factory workers to a better quality of life but also consumers that use the products.

Click here to get 10% off your first Cloth & Co purchase.

 

Unreal Fur

Unreal Fur is a Melbourne based, faux fur label brought to life in 2011 with a clear goal. “Our mission is to end the use of real fur in the fashion industry, by providing the most in-vogue faux furs of the best quality in the world.” With a cult following, Unreal Fur is a proud vegan brand, with a loud voice on important messages like animal welfare, ethical practices in business, passion in art and love for each other. They also have a strong history of collaborating with other like-minded organisations, individuals and artists that share their general philosophy and attitude towards the future of fashion.

It’s all in the name for Unreal Fur. They create stunning faux fur outerwear that is regarded as some of the highest quality in the world. As an Australian fashion brand, they are setting trends for the international fashion giants, adding to the pressure for brands like Gucci and Prada to eliminate real animal fur from their ranges.

As a proud vegan fashion brand, their sustainable contribution focuses largely and intuitively on animal welfare, strongly discouraging animal hunting and poaching for clothing. The Melbourne based fashion brand has gained a lot of traction on social media with content that heavily resembles that of an international high fashion brand.

Click here to get 10% off your first Unreal Fur purchase.

 

Lanikai the Label

"With ethical and sustainable values as the core of our brand, our philosophy intends to lessen our environmental footprint by creating responsible fashion that makes a positive impact on people and the planet. We create responsible swimwear without compromising quality, style and functionality."

Lanikai The Lable is known for their gorgeous swimwear pieces, and it is crazy to us that they are not more known for their sustainability practices built into their material sourcing and manufacturing process. The work heavily with recycled plastics taken from otherwise permanent waste and pollution to keep their natural environment (the oceans) cleaner!

Here is a stat: Their materials are made from up to 92% waste derived from abandoned fishing nets, carpet fluff & nylon scraps. We are amazed at how above and beyond Lanikai go in comparison to fashion industry sustainability and ethicality benchmarks and believe they deserve some serious global recognition.

Click here to get 10% off your first Lanikai purchase and help them clean the ocean.

 

Eubi 

Eubi wanted to design something fun & new in the market, because they don't believe in blending in when you were born to stand out. Specialising in beach-wear shorts, Eubi has continued to impress their customers with not only outstanding shorts but their initiative #EUBIgivesback where they donate a tree for every pair of shorts sold.

Here is one for the men, Eubi is a bright, yet oddly sophisticated brand that predominantly promotes their board shorts and casual shorts. While they also ofter socks and Tees, they rightfully promote their sustainability program that consists of them donating (planting) a tree for every pair of shorts they sell. 

Eubi is constantly releasing new, tasteful designs created to help you “stand out” that are functionally and aesthetically designed to work great at the beach or by the pool.

Click here to get 10% off your first Eubi purchase and help them donate a tree!

 

Bird & Hill

Bird & Hill specialise in designing handmade Eco-Friendly premium eyewear for everyone. This eyewear is created to withstand the harsh environments of Australia.

Bird & Hill are a sustainable accessory brand that make a stylish range of sunglasses tailored for Australians and the Aussie environment. They are living proof that just because their products are made from natural materials in order to inflect less harm on the environment, does not mean the quality suffers. These are some seriously high quality, sustainable specs and we recommend them over any mainstream glasses brand.

Click here to get 10% off your first Bird & Hill purchase!

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