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The Sock Hop

“Goods procured should serve the purpose of providing for the individual.  All too often is fashion one use, throw away, both high and low end.  The aim of the goods we curate is to provide a [...]


Shabd is a New York fashion label initiated by artist Shabd Simon-Alexander in 2009. Shabd moved to New York in 2000 to study Photography at NYU. Her early years in New York were spent exhibiting her [...]

Wool and The Gang

Wool and the Gang is a DIY fashion brand, founded by Lisa Sabrier in December 2008 – the story of a family, a craft passed down from many generations, re-invented, self taught, a bond between gang [...]

Feral Childe

Feral Childe is a womenswear clothing line designed by bi-coastal design duo Moriah Carlson (Brooklyn, NY) and Alice Wu (Oakland, CA). Both come from a fine arts background: painting (MFA, New York Studio School) and sculpture (MFA, Yale [...]

OHM – Mongo

Tom and Julie Diller have been making textile-based products for the past twenty-five years. They founded Mongo pop up shop five years ago to feature their clothing line OHM. Since then their collection has branched out [...]

Tompkins Point

Tompkins Point Apparel puts class back into the classics. By combining traditional American style with the mission of improving the lives of farmers and factory workers, Tompkins Point’s ‘enlightened preppy’ products fuse fashion with social cause, providing style at [...]

A.D.O Organics

Anjelika Krishna’s launched a.d.o in fall of 2008, recognizing a lack of up‐to‐date and modern organic clothing without chemical dyes. a.d.o (pronounced ‘ado’ as in much ado…) stands for anjelika dreams organic, is a comfortable, breathable [...]

Erin Considine

Erin Considine Jewelry and Fibers aims to create intriguing personal adornment that is intentional from conception, to execution, to consumption, firmly believing that the product should be beneficial to the health of the wearer and maker. [...]

Kaelyn Garcia

Kaelyn Garcia, just recently launched her own line this Spring and is sold at Bird, in Brooklyn. Textiles have always been an interest to Kaelyn so with her first line she decided to keep it small [...]


Afia is a sustainable women’s clothing line is sourced and sewn in Ghana, West Africa. This social business facilitates growth by connecting the textile and fashion production industries in Ghana, Africa with the American retail market. [...]

Love is Mighty

“Growing up in India, I was surrounded with beautiful intricately hand-worked products like baskets, mats, jewelry and embroidered clothing. All were masterfully created from age-old techniques which spanned the centuries; crafts which previous to industrialization, supported nomadic living in [...]


Digs is committed to supporting sustainable business practices. With a variety of products each representing a healthy balance between social equity or fair trade and environmental concerns, Digs understands the importance of the triple bottom line [...]

Global Goods

Global Goods Partners’ Knotted Silk Necklaces not only liven up any outfit, they also provide employment to Cambodian women who were formerly trafficked, allowing them to make a living outside of the sex trade. This producer [...]

Of Rags

Of Rags creates as much of an industry around creating a product as we do around taking care of the communities of the individual creating it. Based on a partnership between a Ghanaian designer and a US [...]


Posted by Branson on August 23rd, 2011 at 4:52 pm

We’ve got a great selection of designers and retailers on board as part of (sustainable) Fashion’s Night Out. As of August 23rd, you can find info about six of them–Erin Considine, Global Goods Partners, Kaelyn Garcia, [...]

Posted by Branson on August 21st, 2011 at 4:42 pm

Hello, what word would you put in front of ( ) fashion? Is fashion alone not enough? We’re striving for a day when fashion means sustainable. Until then, join us for (sustainable) Fashion’s Night Out on [...]