The Top 10 Green Sustainable Shoe Brands

The Top 10 Green Sustainable Shoe Brands

This post is about Sustainable and ethically produced Shoes. We researched the 10 best sustainable, green or vegan shoe Brands. Most of brands are produced with sustainable Materials like natural rubber or recycled materials like fishnets or plastic. Some Brands are also produced under fair working conditions. If you want to know more please check Details on the companies Websites. Like always we kindly ask you to vote for your favorite brand. if you think we missed a brand, please add the Name in the comments field.

Update: July 2019 as the field of sustainable and green shoe brands has grown within the last year, we added some more relevant brands to our list


The Top 10 Green Sustainable Womenswear Brands

The Top 10 Green Sustainable Womenswear Brands

This week we had a look at Green and Sustainable Womenswear Brands. Please remember that this list and the ratings are highly subjective. We would love if you add your favorite brands into the comments section of this blogpost. Please vote with the Thumbs up sign for your favorite brand.

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the 10 Best Green Denim Brands

the 10 Best Green Online Stores


The 10 Best Green Sustainable Fashion Online Stores

The 10 Best Green Sustainable Fashion Online Stores

This is the second List about the best Green and Sustainable Fashion Brands. Last week we have researched the 10 best Denim Brands. This week we have done a deep dive on Green Sustainable Multilabel Online Stores. As most of these stores do not deliver globally, we have added the country of origin. Have a look at this highly subjective Top 10 List and vote for your Favorites directly by putting your thumps up or by commenting below the post or directly inside of the list tool. If you think we missed some major Shops, please write your choice  in the comments section.

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The 10 best Green Eco Denim Brands

The 10 best Green Eco Denim Brands

It all started with research project for one of our clients.We had a research at the competitive environment for green denim brands. We had expected many new relevant brands but we found it difficult to locate these brands. The market seemed to be the same than 10 years ago. Ok some brands disappeared, but overall the changes were minor.

To stay on track with relevant brands we decided to create highly subjective simple lists for major areas of the green/sustainable clothing and lifestyle market.

Today we present our first curated Top 10 list of Green, Sustainable and Ethical Denim Brands.

There are many lists about Green or Ethical Brands available like this  or this or this project or  this  .The problem we find with most of these databases is that they are too broad and overwhelming. As a result, they are not relevant for consumers who prefer a balance of choice, quality and availability.

That’s why we started with a Top 10 list where the readers and users can vote for their favorite brands.If you miss a brand you love please write a link in the comments section. If you think that there are better brands, please comment as we might change the list from time to time.

Ben Itter/Lebenskleidung: How to solve a big problem for Ethical Fashion Brands

Ben Itter/Lebenskleidung: How to solve a big problem for Ethical Fashion Brands

In Episode 16 of the Greenblut FM Podcast we speak with Benjamin Itter who is one of the founders of Berlin based company Lebenskleidung. Lebenskleidung is an unique company that solves a big problem for fashion startups and young ethical fashion designers and brands. Lebenskleidung is running an online fabric store where you can get amazing organic certified fabrics directly online by the meter or by the yard. No matter where you are, they ship to to you worldwide.

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in this episode we talk about:

  • a sustainable textile agency
  • enabling young designers to start their ethical fashion brand
  • the problem of minimum fabric orders for sustainable fabrics
  • why staggered prices are a win win model
  • studying German in India
  • cotton farmers killing themselves
  • the green revolution in India
  • The Seeds of Suicide
  • Ayurvastra concept
  • The problem with GM cotton
  • Development in India
  • Knowledge and choice in Ethical Fashion
  • Different shades of Green
  • Working with the customers needs
  • B2B and Endconsumer choices
  • Shipping Globally
  • How to succeed in the global fashion world
  • Focus on your strength and be realistic
  • Work on your brand not in your brand
  • stay open and Pivot
  • 10 samples for Free (vouchercode: mytensamples)

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THANKS FOR LISTENING! Wherever you are, and however you listen to the Greenblut FM Podcast, Thank You! Are you interested in hearing more from Ben and Lebenskleidung? Let him know in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the sidebar of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The Greenblut FM Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and we read each and every one of them. If you have any questions just move over to the contact section and drop us a line or click on the right sidebar. And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates Many, many thanks to Ben for joining us see you next show If you want to get more Information about proven ways to grow your green company just subscribe to our Newsletter.


Greenblut Ethical Fashion Journal August 2016

Greenblut Ethical Fashion Journal August 2016

Greenblut Ethical Fashion Journal August 2016

Welcome to the first Ethical Fashion Journal from August 2016. Every month we will collect and report trends, news, rumors and the best about Ethical Fashion around the Web. If you want to besure not to  miss a post, just subscribe to out Blog. You can also subscribe to our Newsletter where we share the latest Growth Hacking tips for Green and Ethical Brands. But now lets head over to the first monthly roundup.

The Good Trade:

This month we start with some great content from The Good Trade. We love their website which includes well-curated guides dedicated to brands and products that work for the Social Good.Their site includes sections about Fashion, Beauty, Gifts, Home, Food and Local. There are also founder interviews with Social Entrepreneurs like Paola Masperi from Mayamiko. Also have a look at this article with a short overview of 35 big and small Ethical Fashion Brands.

35 Fair Trade & Ethical Clothing Brands Betting Against Fast Fashion  read more at

Future Learn:

This Free Course by Futurelearn gives a great opportunity to understand and learn how to build a sustainable fashion business. The course material is well done and gives a good overview for newbies. The problem with this kind of course, is the impression that building an Ethical Fashion Brand can be learned in 5 weeks. The most successful brands we work with have worked inside the industry for 5-10 years before they started their own business.

How to Build a Sustainable Fashion Business – Creative Skillset  read more at

BOF Businessoffashion: 

This is why we added this article from The article makes the case for getting work experience at an established company before you start your own brand. Businessoffashion or BOF is the leading online fashion magazin and we see it as an required reading for everyone working in the field of Ethical Fashion.

Why You Shouldn’t Launch a Label Straight Out of School | Careers | BoF Via

Fashion designers, investors, headhunters, editors and analysts make the case for getting work experience at an established brand before launching your own.


The last post we would like to mention is an interesting Blogpost from Lilly Bozzone for Verlimag. The author explores a common issue that is frequently discussed with consumers:

  • Can I afford Ethical Fashion even when I am on a budget
  • Can Ethical Fashion be trendy

While these questions seem a bit dated, we like the consumer position of the author. She mentions, “that she is so accustomed to 10$-15$ price tags from conventional fast fashion brands and that she lost any understanding of quality


Finally we suggest this new Video from TEDx Sydney which gives a nice overview and discusses some of the key questions about Ethical Fashion.


See you next month, be well

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