: This fashion clothing website features 'trends and essential looks from name brands using eco-friendly and ethical brands.'
What's interesting is a section on this website titled "Wear this, not that"
which compares an ethical brand to the one which is not - and with such a comparison I'm sure the one that you choose becomes obvious. Whatever is good, ethical, environmentally friendly rules!
Blending in the goodness of quality and environmental friendliness, a GOOD.is article puts it together well,
"On an aesthetic level, Fashioning Change vets brands based on the
strength of their collections, the names used to brand them (no "green"
or "eco," please), and the quality of the product shots used to sell
them. On the ethical side, Fashioning Change recruits brands that are
transparent about their supply chains and committed to socially
responsible causes, fair wages, and sustainable, eco-friendly