LAZLO

LAZLO
lazlo.co

Behind the Label

We’ve set up shop in Detroit, where we’re hiring men who were trained to sew in prison and paying them a living wage.

We use the best materials available, like organic cotton, to make products that we want to wear every day, and we’re building them to last.

We aren’t doing it alone: from partnering with the Michigan Department of Corrections on hiring, to developing fabrics with a mill in LA that shares our commitment to quality, it’s a team effort.

In short, we’re doing our best to build a company that we all can feel excited to be a part of. We’ve tried to keep business simple. Invest in your employees, invest in your community and make products you feel great about. Some companies see this as a burden. We see it as an opportunity.

Cheers,
Christian & Kathryn Birky

FUZZFIELDS

FUZZFIELDS
fuzzfields.com

It looks tailored and athletic simultaneously. It’s luxury but focused on sustainability. It’s both NY and LA (Williamsburg and Malibu to be precise). Being produced from organic and recycled fabrics, the collection helps stop the cruel reality of pesticides used to grow conventional cotton and other crops. With cotton representing 40% of the world’s textiles, it’s sad that only 1% of it is organic.

MANIWALA

MANIWALA
maniwala.com

Not everything worth doing comes easy. But if you can believe it, you can make it real. Maniwala comes from the Filipino term, meaning to believe.

Maniwala is a modern American lifestyle brand, committed to leading the shift toward more responsible goods. We craft bags, apparel, and accessories – all made in the U.S.A. from animal-free, plastic-free materials. We’re committed to doing the least harm to people and planet, and making products that do the most good for you on your journey

For us it’s all about being light. Less on your back. Less on your mind. More focus on the experience. Not buying things you don’t need, and making sure what you do buy doesn’t do needless harm to people or planet. That’s what we’re after, so we work hard to make products that live up to that.

ETHCS

ETHCS
ethcs.com

 

Where do clothes come from? How does cotton become a t-shirt? Who does the work, and under what conditions? These are the simple questions that often go unasked–and unanswered–by many of today’s top clothing brands.

ETHCS is different. We care. And we know you care. We care about looking good, and we believe no one should suffer for it. The workers who produce our clothes are protected under the Fair Wear Foundation, which means:

Embassy of Bricks and Logs

Embassy of Bricks and Logs
embassyofbricksandlogs.de

Embassy of Bricks and Logs is on a mission to create quality outerwear with a contemporary fashion appeal, rooted in streetwear culture. But we want to do it right. We choose a responsible approach always, striving to cause the least harm possible.

Made responsibly always our objective: Causing the least harm possible with everything we do – for humans, animals and for the environment.