The community on Lucky Sweater trades items from the following slow fashion brand list. The list includes slow fashion brands—brands that advocate for quality garments that last longer, and values fair treatment of people, animals, and the planet along the way. This by no means covers all slow and sustainable brands, so if you see your favorite missing here, please let us know so we can add it. There is also no universal standard rating for how slow/sustainable a brand is so we do our best to review their public information and also reach out to brands directly for more details on how they produce their items. We are always open to feedback and here to answer questions at email@example.com.
Where does the brand list come from?
The list was originally created by the founders of the Instagram community @selltradeslowfashion. As the landscape of slow and sustainable fashion makers constantly evolves, so does this list, thanks to submissions from our community.
The Lucky Sweater team and the slow fashion community moderators (which includes the founder of @selltradeslowfashion!) review all brands submitted. If submitted brands and makers meet the following key characteristics (as outlined by the site Good on You), we work to add them to the list:
Made from high-quality, sustainable materials
More timeless than trendy
Often sold in smaller stores rather than huge chain enterprises
Locally sourced, produced, and sold garments
Provide a fair, living wage to workers across its supply chain
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