In recent years we have started taking a step towards sustainability, we have started taking tiny and slow steps protecting our environment. Not just our daily habits but things like fashion which is a major part of our daily life should also be environment friendly. By now you must have come across trends like organic linen and vegan jeans and just like them there are other fashion brands as well who are pushing boundaries and walking towards environment friendly fashion choices.
With environmental issues rising it is really inspiring to see these designers take a step for environment. If you also want to be part of this force that is determined to bring a change, you can do your bit by using these sustainable fashion brands. Here are the brands you should turn towards.
Nicobar has a stock of thoughtful pieces that has a creative edge and goes with the principles of slow fashion too. From organic cotton to natural dyes they have a collection of contemporary clothes. Here you can pick anything form the collection such as tops, dresses, trousers, jumpsuits and more.
Grassroots by Anita Dongre
This luxury brand by Anita Dongre not only goes with the thought of sustainability but also empower India’s crafts and artisans.
Ka-Sha by Karishma Shahani
This brand celebrates different cultures through their clothes. Their focus is on sustainability and zero waste.
This fair trade brand is making its contribution to bring people towards organic clothes. They have quirky t-shirts, dresses and bags as well.
You must be buying clothes form H&M since they have beautiful collections. This time when you go to buy something from H&M try out their sustainable section that comes under H&M conscious. They have been supporting this idea of sustainable fashion by making chic dresses with waste plastic bottles.
Designer Ruchika Sachdeva is working on changing the air of fashion and have been awarded many times for her contributions in highlighting India’s indigenous textiles through her fashion. When you buy clothes from her label Bodice you will see the smart use of bio dyes, renewable buttons made out of coconut shells and woods.
This brand follows the mantra of revive, reuse and reinvent. But there is no compromise in style when you see their clothes. They use discarded or leftovers textiles to create high on fashion pieces.
Shift by Nimish Shah
Designer Nimish Shah’s Shift has a good collection of tops, hand knits, jackets and everything that are timeless and on trend.
For all denim lovers this is a go to brand. Everything here is made of recycled or natural raw materials to make things 100 percent environment friendly and to promote high class fashion.