The Best Sustainable Fashion And Jewellery Brands


To mark World Oceans Day in June 2018, London-based menswear brand Frangipani renewed its long-standing partnership with the Blue Marine Foundation. To support the important ocean conservation work of the Blue Marine Foundation Frangipani has designed a limited edition shirt called The Big Blue, with 25% of the sales from each shirt donated to the charity.

Frangipani Bomb Shell Shirt, £75



London-based luxury fashion brand Montesogno was founded on the ethos that, rather than donating to animal conservation organisations as an act of charity, this money is merely what is owed to the animals and environment around us for the inspiration and materials they provide for each collection. Crafted from sustainable materials and delivered in plastic-free recyclable packaging, Montesogno recently teamed up with international sports brand Prendas Ciclismo to create a cycling jersey emblazoned with Montesogno's marine-inspire Animage print. 10% of the proceeds from the sale of each jersey will be donated to the Whitley Fund for Nature to help support ocean conservation projects across the globe.

Prendas X Montesogno sea Animage Jersey, £64.99​



This luxury jewellery brand uses only ethically-sourced gold and thoroughly checks the sources of all their materials in order to uphold their commitment to sustainability.

Chopard's website states:

'Our Journey to Sustainable Luxury is centred around our commitment to protecting and preserving the Earth from which we source our raw materials. We operate according to compliance rules and verified industry standards and practices.'

Pictured above is the Green Carpet Collection ring, POA.

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Online surf, skate and skiwear retailer Surfdome has long been a supporter of ocean sustainability projects and in 2014 launched its own #2MinuteBeachClean project with writer and television presenter Martin Dorey. Based on the 'every little helps' line of thinking, the project asks visitors to beaches around the world to remove as much or as little plastic litter as they have time for because every piece removed makes a difference. As well as publicising beach cleans, Surfdome has replaced its plastic mailing bags with recycled cardboard boxes printed with information about the campaign and implemented a greater focus on selling sustainable clothing. Alongside this Surfdome has also founded the Plastic Project which sends explorers and documentarians to the remotest coasts on earth to discover how plastic pollution is devastating these otherwise untouched areas and shed light on the importance of human intervention in this crisis.

Surfdome 2 Minute Beach Clean Organic Whale Logo Pullover Hoody, £34.99


Sea Bags

Based in Maine, New England, Sea Bags prides itself on creating its bags entirely from sails collected from the local boating community. Designed and sewn in-house, each bag aims to incorporate the unique features of the sail used to make it and you can even design your own on the brand's website. Sea Bags also uses eco-friendly inks and employs innovative methods for reducing scrap which have helped it save 500 tons of material ending up in landfills over the last 15 years.

Sea Bags Recycled Sea Turtle Tote, $160


Aethic Sovee

One of the best marine-safe suncreams on the market, Aethic Sovee was created with the express purpose of reducing coral damage caused by chemical water pollution. As such, Aethic Sovee was the first sunscreen to be certified Marine Positive and the ocean-friendly line now extends to a range of skincare including night cream, hand cream and children's SPF.

Aethic Sôvée SPF 50, €65


Mafia Bags

Argentina-based brand Mafia is the brainchild of professional kite surfer Marcos Mafia and his sister Paz and gives worn out windsurf and boat sails a new lease of life by turning them in to bags. Having found huge success in the US and Japan with their colourful designs and hard-wearing accessories, the brand is now expanding to the UK and Europe.

Handmade in California, not only do Mafia's bags stop sails heading to landfill or polluting the oceans, but because there are so many different sail designs each one is completely unique.

Mafia Bags W-Pack, $149