Since 2010, Amour Vert has led the pioneering of new environmentally friendly fabrics and sustainable business practices. Instead of investing in trends that inevitably lead to filling landfills, they are dedicated to addressing the environmental impact of every design before going into production.
Amour Vert in partnership with American Forests® has planted 354,000 trees planted since 2010. This has directly resulted in eliminating 150k tons of CO2, replenishing 12 billion gallons of water, and over 1,700 acres of forest being restored.
Vinnie started calinY inspired by the street dance culture in California where he grew up, and in Brooklyn NY where he now calls home. calinY has a unique take on streetwear apparel inspired by the love of dance.
calinY supports local community by sponsoring dance studios and classes that bring people together with the common love of dance.
Founder Megan started CLOECO in 2018 because she hated how tights felt, sagged, ripped easily and were itchy, especially in freezing Upstate New York. Using her background in physics and science, she engineered EverTights™ and RevoTights™.
CLOECO strives to provide clothing and accessories to empower women & support the environment through the creation of long-lasting designs & the use of natural materials
For Others, a purpose-driven sustainable loungewear brand founded by brothers Brandon & Jonathan in 2021, is on a mission to provide real relief to real people, one local community at a time.
For Others reinvests a portion of every item sold directly to local food banks, based on delivery address. They have donated over 29,000 meals so far, and they are just getting started.
FOXYLAB NY is on a mission to support artists and make real art wearable, while putting sustainability at the center of their production. FOXYLAB’s urban aesthetic comes through in relaxed and oversized silhouettes, reflecting a form of wearable art and street culture attitude. Unisex pieces add fluidity of genders.
FOXYLAB NY gives back 10% of profits to Kids’N’Culture, a non-profit organization that provides equal access to travel and learning to underserved youth.
HarperSage offers high-quality, versatile fashion staples inspired by their two signature personas: girly “Harper” & tomboy “Sage” so you can embrace your duality. Harper pieces are soft, feminine, and made for city-dwellers, Sage pieces are strong, casual, & made for adventurers.
HarperSage partners with a women-owned factory in India, creating products aligned with their core values; empowering women, producing ethically, & championing human rights.
ONE432 was founded by Ammar Belal and his brother Umar. They have an "Equal Share" philosophy that embodies a standard of equality, transparency, and responsibility within the fashion industry. Empathy is at their core, and their name is a throwback to the days of pager codes, "1432" means "I Love You Too".
ONE432 shares 50% of their profit with their artisans and sponsors the education of children in Pakistan.
SEPTEMBER was created by Erika Togashi, a designer from New York City with a love and passion for surfing. The idea came to life in Bali, while living and surfing its tropical coasts. She noticed a lack of timeless, elegant and sustainable surf & swimwear in the industry. Their suits are designed for functionality and durability with a focus on fit, color, & quality.
Sustainability is at the core of SEPTEMBER. They run small batch production at a female owned factory in Bali. Their swimsuits are hand-made using signature luxury recycled fabrics, supporting the vision of a circular fashion industry.
Vustra is a sustainable men’s apparel brand committed to using 100% sustainable fibers combined with low impact dyes. Crafted utilizing the best possible production, fair-trade certified and ethical manufacturing.
Vustra donates 5% of all purchases to; Charity Water, Feeding America, Room to Read, and 1% for America.
Yema Khalif is from Kenya and his love and co-founder, Hawi Awash, is a refugee from Ethiopia. Together they built a fashion apparel brand that combines elements from Ethiopia and Kenya with leading design and quality. They chose a giraffe heart as their logo, the biggest heart of any land animal, and that is embodied in their message: Good. Joyful. Human.
YEMA dedicates 20% of all sales to educating orphaned children, giving back directly to their local communities.
Yunizon is an all-inclusive, gender-neutral sunglass brand, created with everyone in mind. “One size does not fit all” and Yunizon is revolutionizing the way you shop for shades through their proprietary fit. Utilizing sustainable & durable materials, Yunizon celebrates individuality with designs for every face shape & size.
Yunizon is dedicated to inclusion & sustainability, and advocates for mental health awareness. Yunizon donates 5% of profits to mental health charities, NAMI & Beyond Blue.
D.O.B Principles: Sustainable. Inclusive. Local. We believe sustainability includes more than just the materials. It is defined by the people, communities and environment affected along every step of the process.