6 BIPOC-Led Brands Practicing Sustainability
April is Earth Month and, in honour of this special occasion, we're highlighting special BIPOC-led brands we love that are making strides in the name of sustainability.
Keep scrolling to learn about the awesome work they do and shop for a great cause!
We love Proclaim’s mission to expand the world of inclusive, sustainable lingerie. Shop feel-good garments that are made from earth-conscious fabrics, follow ethical production practices and are packaged in thoughtfully sourced recycled materials.
Model Liya Kebede's brand Lemlem features gorgeous African-produced, artisan-driven resort wear. Bonus? Their practices include up-cycling, eco-friendly packaging and the use of natural fibres sourced from organic farms!
ShopStyle fave Brother Vellies is a brand whose commitment to lessening global impact lies in its handmade production, vegetable-tanned leathers, soling from recycled tires and floral-dyed accents, as well as the addition of byproduct materials sourced by farmers around the world.
Made famous for their Don’t Despair, Repair hair mask, Briogeo is committed to a minimum 25% post-consumer recycled plastic in packaging production and their ultra-nourishing haircare line is comprised of cruelty-free formulas and ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients.
On a mission to create accessible wellness, Golde’s super yummy (and highly in-demand product line) features sustainable, organic ingredients sourced from around the globe.
Touted by beach babes everywhere, ethical production is at the heart of handbag line AAKS whose signature is in its ecologically-harvested raffia, slow-fashion production process and commitment to sustainable partnership with Ghanian artisans.
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