Are Studio

Sleek, minimal bags and leather accessories, made with local materials sourced from family owned businesses. We love the clean + versatile designs and the buttery soft feel. clothing also available, sustainably made using overstock and deadstock fabric whenever possible.

Los Angeles, CA

Instagram @are_studio


Great everyday basics for him + her made from either 100% or primarily hemp fabric. We love their slogan,   "everyone in a hemp tee by 2020." Check out their site to learn more about the renewable fabric (and of course to pick up some of their comfy designs).

Portland, OR

Instagram @jungmaven

Miranda Bennett

Plant dyed natural fabrics cut and sewn into seasonless pieces, beautiful everyday wear that can easily be dressed up or down. The company is transitioning to a zero waste dye process, utilizing materials that are by products of other industries to color their fabrics. Such as saw dust from locally milled wood and avocado pits from local food suppliers. The line implements sustainable practices in many other areas as well, check out their website for more details on their beautiful mission. Additionally they work with Open Arms, a sustainable Austin based clothing manufacturer providing fair wage jobs to refugee women. On top of all this their designs are stunning.

Austin, TX

Instagram @mirandabennettstudio


Limestone based neoprene swimsuits and wet suits designed to be functional and fashionable, created by model and avid surfer Hanalei Reponty. They focus on using recycled and other eco-friendly fabrics. Abysse also partners with organizations like Sirens For The Sea in order to give back to the ocean through charitable contributions and conservation efforts. 


Instagram @abysseoffical

Basic Terrain

The line was born on a dinning room table, the product of a cheap sewing machine and creativity, that branched into the idea to start a label. Inspired by travel and a laid back life style, their signature bottoms are designed after a pair of Thai fisherman pants brought home from a trip.

Los Angeles, CA

Instagram @basicterrain

Bella Dahl

Fun and easy California basics. They created a new light weight denim style fabric called Tencera similar to Tencel, with the same Eco-friendly properties.

Los Angeles, CA