5 ultimate multi-brand sustainability shopping destinations

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Shopping responsibly involves a lot of research and decision-making, which is why we’ve rounded up the best destinations to have done the hard work for you. Many big etailers, including Matches Fashion, Farfetch, Selfridges and Browns have sustainable edits, while the below online destinations have spent time vetting and researching the best eco and ethically minded labels to make it easier for consumers to make better decisions for the planet. Whether you’re searching for luxury fashion pieces or vegan-friendly beauty products, sit back and join the sustainability revolution.

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Net Sustain

We’ve all heard of and love Net-a-Porter, but you might be less familiar with its sustainability platform, aimed to make mindful shopping easier. Net Sustain, which first launched in June 2019, curates and celebrates fashion and beauty items that meet at least one of its eight key attributes, taking into account human, animal and environmental welfare. It could be a jumper that exemplifies exceptional craftmanship or a vegan beauty product, but this is an easy way of finding some of the industry’s most consciously made luxury products.



Status Gaea

A relative newcomer to the fashion scene, Status Gaea brings together brands that truly care for the earth. Each label is meticulously researched to ensure that it meets the company’s core sustainable and ethical values, and the founders combined fashion backgrounds mean that style is never compromised. Shoppers are directed to a third-party site for all purchases and payments to maintain a low carbon footprint.




UK-based company Gather&See allows shoppers not only to browse via standard clothing categories, but also by philosophy – for example, vegan or eco-friendly or the preservation of traditional techniques and artisan methods. Offering multi-brand clothing, accessories and beauty, Gather&See has an excellent curation of little-known rising brands that deserve recognition. There’s a pleasingly bohemian appeal to many of the pieces, from perfect handspun wool cardigans to colourful raffia bags.



Sancho’s Shop

Kalkidan Legesse and Vidmantas Markevicius launched their Exeter-based boutique and online store in 2014 as a reaction against fast fashion. The business is home to an array of ethical and sustainable brands, spanning men’s and womenswear, homewares, jewellery and accessories. During lockdown, the company launched a ‘Pay What You Can’ collection, aimed at making eco and socially aware products more accessible. The offering features three price points, explaining to customers what the margins are and what the money goes towards.


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