Thanks for supporting our podcast sponsors and affiliate partners. If you decide to make a purchase using a hyperlink on this page, we may make a small commission. Any fees we earn helps us to sustain our work, cover operational expenses and pay our team fairly. There is no charge to you for making a purchase.
Accompany – Online fashion retailer stocking unique, handcrafted artisan, fair trade and sustainable products from over 40 countries — ideal for the modern bohemian lifestyle.
Allbirds – Eco-friendly footwear brand known for creating comfortable sneakers and shoes for men and women, made with natural materials such as merino wool, eucalyptus tree fiber and sugar cane.
Alternative Apparel – This US label designs a broad range of everyday essentials such as sweaters, jumpsuits and joggers with sustainability and durability in mind. All its factories adhere to high Fair Labor Association standards.
Amour Vert – An American sustainable fashion brand that produces timeless and classic styles using eco-friendly materials for modern women. Think striped tees, wardrobe essentials and gorgeous knitwear and you get the gist. Ethically manufactures its collections in the USA.
Au Naturale Cosmetics – American beauty label offering organic, non-toxic, and cruelty-free makeup free of parabens, nano-particles, carmine, gluten, and sulfates.
Australian Ethical Super – This award-winning super fund is also Australia’s first ethical superannuation fund, investing consciously since it was established in 1986.
Baabuk – Baabuk wool footwear is made responsibly and sustainably. Designed in Switzerland, crafted in Nepal and Portugal, it is made for comfort and made from natural wool fibre.
BAGGU – Responsible brand producing ultra affordable reusable and foldable tote bags and backpacks.
Bassike – Australian conscious brand known for its minimalists designs, use of organic fabrics and ethical manufacturing.
Bed Threads – An Australian bedding brand that specialises in super stylish, premium, 100% French flax linen products that are ethically manufactured in China by a certified factory.
Bellroy – A Certified B-Corp founded in Australia producing ethically-made travel bags, backpacks and accessories that are streamlined and minimalist.
Biome Eco Stores – Australia’s longest running eco-friendly retail store. It is also a Certified B Corporation.
Boody Eco Wear – Organic bamboo underwear and wardrobe basics brand.
Brave Soles – Beautiful handmade leather sandals and footwear featuring recycled tire soles and ethically-made in Dominican Republic by skilled artisans.
Bundarra Sportswear – Bundarra Sportswear is an ethically and sustainably sourced Indigenous clothing and apparel brand selling eye-catching, authentic Indigenous clothing and apparel to the Australian market. The collections feature designs exclusively created by Indigenous artists and some collections are made from eco-friendly fabrics such as bamboo and post-consumer recycled polyester.
Caraway – Beautiful Caraway non-toxic, non-stick ceramic ceramic-coated stainless steel cookware is designed in New York and made in China and India at factories adhere to ethical manufacturing standards such as BSCI, SMETA, and Fair Trade.
Carla Zampatti – This renowned Australian luxury designer produces high-end designs for the modern woman that stand the test of time.
Coalatree Organics – Originally a self-sustaining organic farm in Colorado, the business launched its range of eco-friendly outdoor apparel and camping gear in 2010, using ethical manufacturing facilities that share its same sustainable philosophy.
Coyuchi – Founded in 1991, this California-based bedding company produces luxurious fair-trade and organic cotton bedding, eco-friendly soft furnishings, towels, sheets, duvet covers, sleepwear, and baby wear.
CUE – CUE is an iconic Australian brand known for its trendy and feminine workwear and office clothing prides itself on manufacturing locally and has been accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia since 2009.
Darn Good Yarn – For DIY-ers, Darn Good Yarn offers ethically-sourced, environmentally -friendly yarn, recycled silk, knitting and crafting tutorials and much more. US-based subscription service.
Dear Keaton – An online home decor store focusing on resort style. Its highly curated selection of furniture, lighting, pillows, tableware and resort wear feature brands that are fair-trade and artisan-made.
dk active – Australian-made Australian-own ethical brand producing a size-inclusive range of athletic wear and sportswear for men and women using sustainable fabrics such as recycled materials. All products are manufactured in their solar-powered factory in North Brisbane.
Elka Collective – Founded in 2014, Melbourne-based label Elka Collective is known for its premium quality, craftsmanship, timeless designs and everyday staples with soft silhouettes. The brand scored a C-grade in the 2019 Baptist World Aid Ethical Fashion Report which prompted them to improve the way they do business, becoming more transparent, implementing codes of conduct and striving to operate more ethically.
Elvis & Kresse – This multi award-winning sustainable luxury bags and accessories British brand and Certified B Corporation, has been rescuing raw materials and transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories since 2005. They’ve also been donating 50% of profits back to charities such as the Fire Fighters Charity since inception.
Ethletic – Environmentally-friendly, vegan and fairtrade, ethical sneakers for men and women.
Etiko – Australian brand producing fair-trade, GOTS-certified organic cotton sneakers, basics and underwear for men, women and children.
Ettitude – Sustainable Australian bedding label producing responsibly-made 100% organic bamboo Lyocell bedding – without the luxury price tag.
Etsy – Online marketplace for handmade, preloved, vintage, upcycled and DIY products.
Girlfriend Collective – American sustainable cult label Girlfriend Collective produces super stylish, size-inclusive activewear out of recycled materials – and we love that they feature diverse models of various ages, ethnicity, racial background, able-disabled bodies etc.
Glam Corner – Australia’s answer to Rent the Runway, this fashion rental platform was founded in 2012 and is the country’s leading online destination for women in Australia to rent designer dresses and outfits.
GlobeIn – An US-based online marketplace for ethically-made artisan products and subscription boxes filled with fair-trade and responsibly made beauty, fashion accessories, homewares and lifestyle products.
Great Heights – Great Heights ethically creates fairly priced lab-grown diamonds using a craft that mirrors the natural growing process. They’re molecularly identical, but don’t come with mining’s environmental problems, is conflict-free and ethical.
Green Kid Crafts – If you’re after educational toys, Green Kid Crafts is the place to go. Treat your young scientists, artists, engineers, and designers with a monthly Green Kid Crafts subscription. Screen-free, fun, creative STEM games and projects. They also plant one tree for each order!
Green People – A UK natural skincare business that has been producing certified organic skincare products for the entire family since 1997.
Huut – A luxury bedding brand based in the United States that offers affordable, fair-trade, GOTS-certified organic bed sheets.
Hyer Goods – American sustainable bag company producing affordable luxury leather goods made from manufacturing waste and eco-friendly masks made from deadstock materials.
Jackfruit the Label – Slow and ethical underwear for women made in Australia, accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia and made from eco-friendly fabrics such as bamboo and organic cotton. Size inclusive 6-26 underwear.
JW PEI – This cruelty-free luxury brand responsibly manufactures vegan bags, wallets and accessories made from recycled materials.
Kathmandu – Sustainable outdoor apparel brand known for its hardy adventure, campaign and hiking gear.
Kind Clothing – Sustainable, eco-friendly apparel that doesn’t compromise on style or quality; the ideal brand for free-spirited, ethical wanderers.
KOTN – Canadian Certified B-Corporation producing luxury wardrobe essentials for men and women that are minimalist in design, super affordable, ultra stylish and made of genuine Egyptian cotton.
Le Tote – Part of the share economy, this US-based fashion subscription service allows you to rent women’s clothing and accessories for a flat monthly fee. Just wear, return and repeat.
Loom & Leaf – American owned, American made, Loom & Leaf produce high-quality foam mattresses with organic cotton fabrics.
LOVEVERY – Award-winning educational play products and toys designed by child development experts for stage-based learning. It offers science-backed development opportunities for children through beautiful, high-quality toys that meet the needs of children at each stage of their brain development.
Made Trade – US-based ethical and sustainable clothing and lifestyle online marketplace curating beautifully designed, sustainably sourced, and ethically made goods.
Manrags – An Australian-based premium 100% Egyptian cotton men’s and women’s socks and underwear brand that is fashion-focused, offers a sock subscription to its community and incorporates a circular model that gives customers a chance to return their unwanted socks so they can save them from landfill and enables the business to reuse and recycle them.
Marine Layer – Amazingly soft clothes designed in San Francisco and enjoyed by everybody.
Mamoq – This US-based online marketplace offers ethical and sustainable alternatives to the latest fashion trends. It stocks a broad selection of conscious fashion, accessories, jewellery, kitchen and homewares.
Modibodi – An Australian company making comfy period underwear.
Natch – Creators of sustainable tech accessories, Natch produces super stylish 100% compostable, biodegradable and eco-friendly phone cases for the modern feminist.
Nest Bedding – American company producing high-quality organic and natural mattresses and bedding. All Nest mattresses come with a lifetime warranty.
Nisolo – Ethically handcrafted footwear and fashion accessories for men and women including ankle boots, oxfords, loafers, sneakers, heels, mules, sandals, bags and belts.
Nobody Denim – A premium Australian denim brand designed, manufactured and marketed from Melbourne, Australia using the company’s own facilities and resources. Designed with a modern spirit and a fresh take on classics, Nobody Denim produces contemporary denim clothing using ethical manufacturing principles.
Nordgreen – Ethically-made watches for men and women, known for its stylish, Scandinavian minimalist designs.
Nourished Life – Australia’s largest online marketplace devoted to toxin-free, all-natural beauty, fitness and health products.
Olivers – An American ethical clothing company producing high-quality, super stylish athletic clothing for men featuring sustainable and natural fabrics such as Merino wool and French terry materials.
Organic Basics – Sustainable underwear label producing organic cotton underwear and basics. Based in Denmark, ships internationally.
Organics on a Budget – This Australian business was founded in 2011 on a mission to help people live healthy lifestyles, access affordable organic food and support other small businesses. It now stocks 3,000 organic products.
Outerknown – A sustainable clothing brand cofounded by renowned surfing champion Kelly Slater and known for its understated casual men’s apparel. It now has a women’s line of quality casual wear.
Ozeano Sunglasses – Australian brand producing high-quality, handcrafted eco-friendly sunglasses made from recycled plastic. One pair of Ozeano sunglasses epicycles 12 kilos of plastic and marine litter. Also comes with recycled bamboo cases, organic cotton pouches, home compostable courier bags and carbon-neutral shipping service.
PACT Apparel – American brand producing affordable fairtrade, organic cotton activewear, underwear, tees, hoodies, socks and other basics for women, men and children.
Papier – Founded 2015, British stationery brand Papier produces gorgeously-designed stationery, diaries and notebooks using the highest quality, FSC certified sustainably-sourced paper.
Parker Clay – Handcrafted backpack, weekender and travel bags and accessories for the adventurous spirit. The classic bags are made of premium leather, are designed in California, and ethically made in Ethiopia. All products come with a lifetime guarantee.
Patagonia – Founded by mountain climber and self-proclaimed accidental businessman Yvon Chouinard, outdoor adventure apparel label Patagonia is widely considered a pioneer in sustainable fashion, launching in 1973.
Pela Case – A company behind the world’s first 100% compostable phone cases (it’s made of Flaxstic®, a combination of compostable bioplastic elastomer and flax straw materials), Pela Case now produces eco-friendly sunglasses in addition to its eco-friendly phone cases.
People Tree – The world’s first Fair-Trade clothing brand in the world, People Tree were pioneers in the ethical fashion industry, producing classic and contemporary women’s fashion made of sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton and bamboo.
PlushBeds – Handcrafted in the USA, PlushBeds produces the finest quality mattress using organic and natural materials. GOLS, GOTS, GreenGuard Gold Certified. Free shipping. 100-night trial and offers a 25 year warranty.
Ponderlily – This conscious stationery brand designs elegant eco-friendly planners, notebooks and journals that you’ll love to use over and over again.
Popsicase – Spanish brand Popsicase responsibly manufactures eco-friendly iPhone cases made from fishing nets.
Proof Eyewear – Affordable selection of eco-friendly spectacles and sunglasses made from acetate, aluminium, wood and skateboards, Proof Eyewear are pioneers in wooden sunglasses and quality polarised lenses.
Reformation – Cult sustainable women’s clothing and fashion accessories label based in Los Angeles, USA-made. Offers free US shipping and returns.
Rent the Runway – The world’s leading online service that allows women to rent designer styles and fashion accessories for everyday and occasion. Based in the United States.
Rhone – A US premium activewear label designed for men that prioritises high-performing, durable eco-friendly fabric such as SilverTech threading, an antimicrobial fabric initially developed for American military operations in Iraq.
Saola – This US shoe brand produces a light and comfortable range of casual shoes for men, cute shoes for women, all made with sustainable, eco-friendly materials, such as recycled plastic bottle uppers, recycled Algae Foam and cork insoles and organic cotton laces.
SodaStream – Veto the soda drinks by making your own carbonated water and soda. Save thousands of single-use bottles each year with one SodaStream reusable bottle and enjoy sparkling and soda drinks responsibly.
Solios – Solios is the Canadian brand behind the world’s first watch that incorporates a solar movement with minimalist design and sustainable materials. Unisex, a timeless piece and powered entirely by the sun.
SOL Organics – Affordable luxury bedding made of fair-trade certified, 100% certified organic cotton. Based in the United States.
Soul Flower – A true ‘flower power’ label, this eco-friendly brand produces ‘hippie’ style clothing and yoga wear for women, men and children. Based in the United States.
Spell & the Gypsy Collective – A cult Australian brand known for its bohemian designs and enchanting photo shoots, Spell has been on a journey the last couple of years to implement sustainability practices into its supply chain.
Stubble & Co – British designed high-quality bags that are stylish, multifunctional and durable, refined. Perfect for travelling to work, the gym, overnight trips and weekend adventures– the company also has a workshop in London that completes repairs irrespective of the age of the bag.
Studio Cork – Vegan bag and accessories brand producing cruelty-free alternatives to animal leather using natural and sustainable cork.
Sukin Natural Skincare – An Australian leading natural skincare brand that is super affordable, vegan-friendly, carbon neutral, made of natural ingredients and uses recyclable packaging.
TAMGA Designs – This sustainable fashion brand was launched in 2014 while the founders were living in Dhaka, Bangladesh, working for the UN and different NGOs and wanted to set a positive fashion example. They are known for their bright, bold, colourful printed dresses and relaxed beach styles.
Ten Thousand Villages – An online marketplace for handcrafted, fairtrade ethical gifts, homewares, jewellery and travel accessories. Join the maker-to-market movement — and empower ten thousand villages around the world by voting with your wallet.
tentree – This Canadian apparel company specialising in sustainable men’s and women’s casual and outdoor wear plants 10 trees for every product sold.
The Green Trade – Discover some of the best sustainable and reusable products on the market! They offer free zero-waste and eco-friendly tools to help you live a sustainable life.
The Ultimate Green Store – This US-based e-commerce store offers one of the broadest collections of eco-friendly products for the entire family. Whether you’re after items for the kitchen, bedroom, office, gifts or clothing, we’ll be surprised if you don’t find what you’re looking for.
The Well Store – This multi-award winning Australian online shop stocks natural, organic, vegan, plastic-free and eco friendly beauty and body products that are cruelty-free and toxin-free.
Thinx – The undisputed leader and pioneer of the reusable period-proof underwear.
Thought Clothing – UK-based ethical and sustainable clothing and accessories brand for men and women, Thought has one of the largest sustainable collections in the marketplace. Its vast offering features basics and seasonal collections made from organic cotton, bamboo, hemp and recycled materials in the market.
thredUP – The world’s largest online thrift and consignment store (based in the United States) where customers can buy and sell high-quality secondhand clothing for women, men and kids.
Timbuk2 – Timbuk2 has been producing custom messenger bags since 1989. It has expanded its offerings to include luggage and laptop bags all made in San Francisco. Its custom messenger bag remains its iconic style, and the heart and soul of the company.
United By Blue – A US-based sustainable outdoor brand producing camp gear and adventure travel products, as well as responsibly-made, comfortable clothing made of eco-friendly fabrics such as organic cotton and recycled polyester for women, men and children. The brand is focused on ocean conservation, so for every product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from the earth’s oceans.
Vegan Mia Organics – US-based certified organic vegan cruelty- free skincare and wellness brand.
Vegan Outfitters – The destination brand for passionate plant-based vegan fashion lovers looking for ethical, eco-friendly and organic apparel.
Vivobarefoot – Sustainable footwear brand specialising in barefoot sneakers, boots and sandals for men and women.
WAMA Underwear – The leading organic hemp underwear label in the world. Produces organic hemp undies and bralettes for women and men.
Warby Parker – Prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses brand known for its Home Try-On Program and its buy-a-pair, give-a-pair donation program.
WAYKS – Sustainable brand producing stylish, modular backpacks and travel bags and accessories.
Wild Dill – American online store stocking ethically-made, organic, fair-trade and natural baby and kids clothing, toys and accessories.
Wolven – A community-based sustainable apparel brand hailing from the United States focused on creating multifunctional eco-friendly activewear and swimwear.
Wriggly Toes – Australian brand producing super cute fair-trade, GOTS-certified organic cotton bedding for children.
Yoga Democracy – USA-made women’s eco-friendly yogawear, swimwear and activewear for yogis and fitness enthusiasts.
Disclosure: This list of featured partners and ethical brands does not fully take into account all the ethical considerations that are unique to each individual. Before making a purchase, we encourage you to do your own research paying particular attention to the supply chain and your own particular set of ethics. You can also check out online tools and apps that provide product reviews and brand ratings here. Click here to read more about our policies.