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Sustainable Brands You Need To Know About

Sustainable Brands You Need To Know About

House of Sunny

    House of Sunny was born in Hackney, London in 2011 by founder Sunny Williams. This brand is all about wearable everyday pieces with a unique flair. Every item is made with quality, affordability, environmental impact, and function in mind. A unique aspect of their brand is their use of e-flow technology, saving water and minimizing chemical use. 
House of Sunny indigo skies tracksuit set
Photo by @annawinck. Wearing the House of Sunny Indigo Skies Top & Pants.


“Using new e-flow technology which uses 800 LT per 100 garments of water whereas traditional method uses 8.000 LT. per 100 garments e-Flow technology is the sustainable textile solution to transfer chemicals onto garments made of any fabric. Conventionally water is used as the carrier and, at the end of every cycle, that water, still brimming with chemical products, goes to waste.

E-flow technology can accomplish a considerable number of finishing effects with the highest quality, a minimal amount of water and zero discharge. This is why e-flow technology is the only one certified as ecological by an independent laboratory.”

House of Sunny Photo Collage

Pictured are House of Sunny's Cypress Hockney, @bluie in Golden Years Coveralls, Bolan Jessies,  Blue Moon Dress.

Brooklyn Candle Studio

    A candle studio dreamed up by Tamara Mayne in 2013, Brooklyn Candle Studio offers a unique fragrance experience. Not only are they luxury and quality candles at an accessible price-point, they are made with humans and the environment in mind. 

    The candles use 100% sustainable soy wax from American-grown soy beans, are petroleum-free, cruelty-free, phthalate-free, and 100% vegan. Wicked, poured, hand-labeled ethically in Brooklyn. Pictured below is the "Toasted Pumpkin" scent.


Toasted pumpkin candle

Another Girl

    Based in Liverpool, Another Girl offers gorgeous clothing made with sustainable and ethical practices. They use mainly recycled fibers and 100% organic cotton, with 75% of their product shipping by sea (with eco-friendly plastics and recycled paper product tags) in order to offset their carbon footprint. They donate a percentage of profits to The Malala Fund– which focuses on education of girls across the world.


another girl clothing


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