Siyana means 'protection' in Arabic and it encapsulates, perfectly, the ethos and brand philosophy of Siyana London. In creating a business that sells handcrafted fashion and accessories, Siyana London has managed to nurture and encourage the hand loom industry in India,

Scandinavian fashion has surged in last few years, as a style, but also as a design culture prioritising ethical and sustainable production. The design style often encompasses minimalism, clean lines and neutral tones. Traditionally, scandi-brands eschew logos and instead focus on

Adriana Marina - founder of Animaná - is fully committed to sustainable production and the development of local communities in the Andes and Patagonia. Adriana has poured passion and time into her home of Puerto Santa Cruz, Argentina, as well

Over the past few years, many companies selling sustainably made clothing have sprung up all across the world, inspired by many different traditions and histories. While each of them promise apparel made ethically, not all of them go one step

Kasi Martin is the founder of The Peahen, a site that brings truth-telling and intellect back to fashion. After burning out in the luxury fashion industry, she made it her mission to make ethical and sustainable fashion more approachable for the

When it comes to helping out local communities in emerging market countries, some organizations prefer to provide aid or financial support. The Kin Collection is not one of those organizations. Instead, they prefer to focus on providing long-term livelihoods through

Brothers Leonidas and Babis Souras started their brand in a small village in Greece, at the foot of Mount Olympus. Their first bowties were made by hand at their father's workshop from the wood they collected in the nearby forest. Today their

Last week saw Rome become a host for the sixth edition of Green Fashion Week, a non-profit international event bringing together designers, activists and models in the name of sustainable development. As models strutted past ancient ruins of Rome, we spoke

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