Gone are the days of trying to justify buying a new outfit for a big event (which you’ll wear once), as Hirestreet offer rent and return High Street fashion. Rent a top-of-the-range outfit from their extensive online collection, wear it for the night and look amazing. Then simply return it to them on your chosen date. There’s no need to even worry about cleaning it, and you’ll save more money to spend on making memories.
Activewear which is 92 percent up-cycled? Yes please! And, what’s more, the packaging is all recycled and recyclable. After all, as their mantra says #ITSCOOLTOBEKIND
Combining sustainability with style, Swole Panda offer a wide range of bamboo products. Plus, they donate a proportion of their profits to Pandas International, which works to preserve the giant panda.
Looking for professional quality triathlon clothing at an affordable price and with a low carbon footprint? Look no further. Sundried offer two ranges which are made from sustainable raw materials – the Eco Core range is made from 100 percent recycled plastic bottles, and the Eco Charge range is made from 100 percent recycled coffee grounds.
Aiming to fight fast fashion, Noa Vee handpicks beauty products from independent and ethical brands in order to change consumer habits and communicate the stories and people behind the products.
Sustainability is at the core of Presca, who create custom teamwear for cycling, running and triathlon champions using cutting-edge sustainable and recycled materials, with an ethical supply chain.
Uncaptive create clothing made from bamboo and recycled plastic bottles, sourced from ethically-certified manufacturers. Designs are heavily focused around veganism and the belief that fashion doesn’t have to be destructive.
Pamoja are making handmade, vegan, palm oil- and cruelty-free skincare accessible for all, whilst keeping sustainability at the heart of everything they do. Pamoja delivers eco-conscious packaging, sustainable ingredients, energy efficient processes and a commitment to zero waste. Make sure you come along to Living North LIVE at York Racecourse (20th–22nd March) and Newcastle Racecourse (24th–26th April) to get your hands on some of their goodies.
MUD Jeans aim to make good quality, ethical jeans available to the masses. Their pioneering lease system means repairs are done for free, and your jeans can be swapped for a new pair after a year.
Thought support slow fashion, designing clothing intended to last. Everything is ethical, from the fabrics to the design, manufacturing and delivery of the garments. If you’re looking for contemporary, easy-to-wear pieces, Thought Clothing is for you.