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Top sustainable fashion brands

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1 Misha Nonoo

Misha Nonoo started her eponymous line to stop the stress of dressing, so the modern women can spend more time pursuing her passions. Her best-selling 'Easy 8' collection shows just that, with eight pieces that come together to create 22 different looks. Recently, two cashmere designs expanded her collection, with can be personalised for the perfect gift. Sustainability is at the core everything. Her clothes have a long and valuable life, as she uses innovative production and distribution to avoid unnecessary waste and only works with one seasoned factory for ethical practices.

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2 Allbirds

Sustainable footwear brand Allbirds has sold over a million trainers in the US, and, thankfully, it's finally available in the UK with a store in Covent Garden. Time described the label's offering as "the world's most comfortable shoe", and while we're inclined to agree, the brand also puts understated style at the forefront - if you want fuss-free, versatile trainers that you can style with just about everything, Allbirds is your new go-to. The brand is serious about its sustainable ethos - its soles are made from sugarcane and its upper fabrics from either eucalyptus trees or naturally-made merino wool.

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4 Reformation

Reformation creates effortless feminine silhouettes from sustainable fabrics, such as rescued old stock materials and repurposed vintage clothing. It's not just the environment that the brand really cares about, it also provides health benefits, so you know it's money well spent when purchasing one of its garments. The company recently branched out to include plus-size clothing.

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5 Gabriela Hearst

Emma Watson is also a big fan of Gabriela Hearst, a brand based on a passion for quality. The designer creates a conscious capsule wardrobe with luxury price tags, but the brand's attention to detail is what truly makes each piece worth investing in.

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6 AMUR

The vivid prints and sharp tailoring of Amur's designs prove that fashion can be both organic and stylish. What makes the label different is that its website allows shoppers to tailor buys according to preferred materials. We've fallen for the vibrant green pieces from the spring/summer 2018 collection.

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7 Ninety Percent

Ninety Percent - which offers relaxed daywear in dreamy fabrics - works upon a unique premise. It shares 90 per cent of its distributed profits between charitable causes and those who make their collections happen. Shoppers are also given the choice of which charity they would most like the proceeds to go towards.

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8 Lark & Berry

Few would argue against the allure of diamonds, but sourcing these precious stones are blighted with ethical issues - from environmental devastation to the exploitation of workers. Lark & Berry offers sustainably-sourced, cultured diamonds, which are grown using lab technology. They're of the same quality as mined diamonds (if not better), but with the added bonus of sustainable credentials.

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9 Nak

This vegan leather shoe brand was founded on a simple thought; that there is no need to kill animals to wear beautiful shoes. Since starting in 2014, the luxury label has always followed traditional processes that the Italian shoe industry is famous for, resulting in a classic but cruelty-free product.

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10 Bottletop

Bottletop is a sustainable brand that has luxury fashion at its core. It was launched in 2002 by Cameron Saul, along with his father, Mulberry founder Roger Saul. Its store, situated in a prime location on Regent Street alongside fashion greats like Burberry and Tommy Hilfiger, proves that sustainable accessories are well and truly desirable.

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11 Tome

Tome has been going for five years and continually delivers striking ready-to-wear. Not only do its designs keep evolving, the label is always working to improve the company, from reducing waste to looking after its female-focused workforce. Its pieces are a hit with celebrities too, having been worn by everyone from Kate Bosworth and Amber Heard to Solange Knowles.

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12 People Tree

People Tree was among the first sustainable fashion brands, realising that creating ethical, eco-friendly clothes was important long before being woke became fashionable. Nearly three decades on, the company is still the only brand credited by the World Fair Trade Organisation. Shop there for versatile, colourful dresses that you'll wear for seasons to come.

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13 Simon Miller

Simon Miller is a big name in the world of sustainability and its bags are frequently spotted on the arm of the most fashionable influencers. The brand reduces impact and conserves water by using organic mills and ozone technology in its production, and we're big fans of its colourful bucket styles.

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14 Edun

Edun is further proof that sustainable fashion doesn't mean boring. The brand believes that eco initiatives are key for today’s consumer and that we all need to be mindful of our global environment. It's no wonder that Edun is one of the most popular fashion-forward brands, creating trend-led pieces with the environment in mind.

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15 Veja

Veja was established in 2004, and counts impeccable attention to detail as a signature and is known for using sustainable replacements. Veja also partners with Atelier Sans Frontières, an organisation that helps people who have been incarcerated or are otherwise struggling to find work, to employ workers to prepare orders.

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16 Phine

Swedish-born Elina Faurschou swapped her hectic life as a corporate lawyer to become a jewellery designer specialising in minimalist Scandi-inspired styles made with environmentally-friendly materials. Each of the sustainably sourced pieces are made using recycled silver or fair trade gold - including its Feminist collection which also raises money for girls from disadvantaged backgrounds. What more of an incentive could you need to buy?

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