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      Meet The Brands

      Yunizon

      Yunizon

      Yunizon was founded in NYC by Kim and Rebecca. Kim, the designer behind Yunizon, has over 20 years experience in eyewear and has seen first hand the lack of inclusion in the industry and the fit issues associated with a “one size fits all” approach. This inspired her to develop Yunizon's unique fit. Bec, Co-Founder and self proclaimed “Outlaw”, lived and worked all over the world as an investment banker. Born with a low bridge nose, a “unique” feature in an industry dominated by one company, sunglasses constantly slipped off Bec’s nose. Yunizon recognizes the individual. Form and function.

      Every Yunizon frame is designed in their New York studio to simply fit better, their proprietary fit is based on real experience, real measurements, and real people. They are the only sunglass brand to offer three widths in every style. Yunizon’s uniquely designed frames feature elongated non-slip nose pads, reduced frame curve, modified temple lengths and ultra-lightweight materials meaning you can confidently and comfortably wear your sunglasses all day. Yunizon sunglasses are the pinnacle of quality, and can take over five months to make. Every pin, hinge, and signature logo on a Yunizon frame is applied by hand and hand polished by highly trained technicians.

      Yunizon uses premium cellulose acetate, a color rich material with a natural mixed base of fibers such as cotton or wood. This hypoallergenic material provides a comfortable fit and the durability for everyday wear. They use the highest quality CR-39 lenses which are lightweight, shatter-resistant, offer amazing optical clarity and 100% UVA/UVB protection. These timeless slow fashion pieces are built to last and will be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come

      Yunizon is dedicated to inclusion & sustainability, and advocates for mental health awareness. Yunizon donates 5% of profits to mental health charities, National Alliance on Mental Illness and Beyond Blue.


      Learn More: 360 Magazine, Thriday

      SEPTEMBER

      SEPTEMBER

      SEPTEMBER was created by Erika Seiko 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.

      SEPTEMBER suits are designed for functionality and durability with a focus on fit, color, and sustainable materials . Modern, sustainable surf swimwear for all, swimsuits that withstand the test of time, and the ocean. SEPTEMBER’s vision is to promote body positivity and serve as “Every woman’s first choice for confident and comfortable swimwear.

      Sustainability is at the core of SEPTEMBER. Their swimsuits are hand made using their signature luxury fabric sourced from Italy. Their fabrics are recycled and made from 78% ECONYL® regenerated nylon and 22% elastane, which comes from pre and post industrial waste such as ghost fishing nets and carpet fluff. The yarns can be infinitely recycled, supporting the vision of a circular fashion industry. They run small batch production at a female owned factory in Bali putting quality over quantity. SEPTEMBER is sustainable and environmentally driven in all business decisions - materials, trims, factory, retailers and even brand location. Designed in New York City. Tested in Bali.

      Learn More: Outside, Shape, Veg Out

      For Others.

      For Others.

      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. Their project is inspired and dedicated to their grandfather, who taught them to live life for others.

      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.

      CLOECO

      CLOECO

      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™

      Megan formed a team with a diversity of skillsets, but one with shared love for creating a better future for the Earth. Unlike most fashion companies, CLOECO core team is 100% women with science and engineering backgrounds who work to continuously make the brand more comfortable for women of all body types and more sustainable. CLOECO’s tights are revolutionary; made from eco friendly Tencel™ fabric & Oeko-Tex certified dyes, last 5x longer & use 71% less plastic than traditional tights, form fitting comfortable design, soft skin friendly materials.

      CLOECO partners with the Cool Effect's Breath of Fresh Air project, helping fund the construction of cookstoves in rural homes in Honduras that provide clean air to families. These stoves save wood, save time, eliminate toxic smoke, and help the planet by saving miles of forests and reducing carbon emissions by about 3 tonnes per stove per year. CLOECO strives to provide clothing and accessories to empower women and support the environment through the creation of long-lasting designs and the use of natural materials. Their core brand values are; Sustainability, Empowerment & Inclusion, and Environmentally Conscious Design (“Science of Fashion”).

      Learn More: Stylish StorytellerTHR3EFOLD Ethical FashionClaw ConvosTENCEL™, CoolEffect.org

      HarperSage

      HarperSage

      HarperSage founded and led by Meghan Herman and Leah Grossart in 2019 offers versatile fashion staples inspired by their two signature personas: girly “Harper” and tomboy “Sage.” Each piece is ethically-made in a women-owned factory and designed with your duality in mind.

      The founders grew-up in the 1990’s - a time synonymous with labels for young girls like “girly” and “tomboy.” They met at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and quickly connected over the shared experience of feeling siloed into just one style (and interest, friend group, career - you name it!) Together, they unlocked a big idea that became the foundation of HarperSage: modern women are experiencing a disconnect between the clothes in her closet and the actual moments that influence her style. “Harper” inspired pieces are soft, feminine, and made for city-dwellers. “Sage” inspired pieces are strong, casual, and made for adventurers.

      Currently, they proudly produce each and every piece in Delhi, India at a SEDEX certified factory owned and operated by twin sisters, Archana and Arpana, and they have visited and worked alongside them on several occasions! They use soft, high-quality fabrics in their pieces and, where possible, source from markets near their factory to give existing fabrics new life! In 2020 alone, HarperSage used 2,500 yards of deadstock fabric in the production of their styles - a more conscious and sustainable solution to producing new fabrics.

      Learn More: HarperSage 2021 Impact Report, Kultura Mag, Cnnekt Spotlight