Books, Movies, Websites:
Wear No Evil
Change the World with your wardrobe.
Book & website about navigating ethics &
Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion
Fast Fashion and the Globalization of the
Minimalist fashion challenge,
website & blog.
Living better with less.
The Myth of the Ethical Shopper
Huffington Post’s July 2015 in-depth article on why ‘voting with our dollars’
is too simplistic to solve human rights violations related
to the garment manufacturing industry. And check out the follow-up here.
The True Cost
What price are we truly paying for cheap garments?
My Green Closet
Minimalism and Eco-fashion how-to videos
packed with resources & information.
A space to discover ethical, sustainable fashion.
The Green Rose
A guide to shopping for sustainable clothes.
One of a Kind Sustainability
An ethical style blog for the fashion obsessed.
Smells like a Green Spirit
Blog dedicated to green & sustainable
beauty, fashion & lifestyle.
Like Think Dirty for fashion,
this site rates well-known conventional
and lesser known ethical brands on aspects
like transparency, fair trade, and environmental impacts.
Still growing, so submit your favourite brands to the site
for future inclusion!
Good On You
An ethical fashion rating app
from Australia. Seems to be available
for specific platforms & regions only.
Fashion Revolution Day
April 24th each year helps to bring awareness to
the fact that our fashion industry needs great change
to become more ethical and responsible.
Eco Fashion Week
In April of each year, Vancouver hosts
the most important Fashion Week in the world.
Fashion shows & talks that shine a spotlight
on sustainability within the fashion industry.
Responsible Gold Mining,
certifying artisal mines.
Eco stories from the world of
Eco-chic living out of NYC.
Resources for everyone.
An ethical alternative to the massively
popular ‘haul’, created with Fashion Revolution Day
Every April 22, check out their
website for resources and celebrate the day!
World Oceans Day
Every June 8, check out the
website for resources to help mitigate
pollution in our biggest natural resource.
Confused about where to start on the path
to more ethical fashion? Start here.
With a focus on fashion, beauty and lifestyle
this is your guide to living stylishly &
Fur-Free Retailers, Designers and Brands
Ready to go vegan with your fashion?
Here’s the directory for you.
Out of Fashion – Rainforest Action Network
Information on fashion brands that
use rainforest timber in the creation of their
fashion. From an activist group that
also focuses on Palm Oil, Paper and
other rainforest abuses.