As environments grow and trends come and go, here at Sloane Stanley we want to make sure we’re doing it right.
In this article, we showcase some of the best sustainable brands in London, so you can enjoy shopping ethically and responsibly!
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Throughout their journey, Aspiga has remained deeply connected to their roots and committed to giving back to the communities that initially inspired them. With the support of loyal customers, various social responsibility programmes have been initiated – supporting education, infrastructure development, and entrepreneurial opportunities in Kenya and India.
In 2022, the business was thrilled to achieve B-Corporation. Many companies apply to become B-Corp but only a few make the cut!
“I am proud to say that as of day one, ethical trading is still at the heart of the business.”
– Lucy Macnamara, Founder & Director
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All food at Farm Fetch is sourced with the highest integrity working closely with over 40 artisans and supporting small and independent farmers, and producers in Europe. Each item represents an individual story that is deeply rooted in the slow food philosophy. No shortcuts.
Sourcing food and wine made with the highest integrity, Farm-Fetch works closely with over 40 artisans, each of which has been carefully handpicked to ensure that the quality of ingredients is unparalleled. Every item represents a story deep-rooted in the Slow Food philosophy, each reflecting generations of practice and time-tested methods.
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At Brora, all items are made with natural fibres including Scottish cashmere, wool, and organic cotton, which are biodegradable and renewable. Since 2020, Brora has been carbon neutral, and also fundraises and gives to numerous charities including Save the Children, The British Red Cross, The Conservation Collective and many more.
Victoria Stapleton, Founder & Director mentions on the website: “We’ve become more conscious of our environmental impact, especially in the last few years and have been making changes accordingly. We are proud to have achieved carbon neutrality in 2020, but there’s still work to do!”
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Established in 2013, Designer Exchange has made waves in the preloved luxury industry by becoming the world’s biggest destination for preloved designer items. Designer Exchange is a second-hand designer exchange business which speaks for itself. They purchase designer items from you and give them a new lease of life – reducing the impact of fashion by making second-hand goods the new first choice!
With sustainability at its core, Designer Exchange offers shoppers the opportunity to both recycle and revamp their wardrobe.
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Did you know that buying a new chest of drawers results in a carbon footprint 16 times higher than buying its classic antique equivalent? Antique Modern Mix is a family business with over 30 years of experience in the antique trade and sells on platforms such as 1st Dibs and Vinterior as well as via their Chelsea showroom.
Buying vintage and antique is a much more sustainable way of appreciating great design, and preserving our heritage for future generations whilst creating unique, stylish and memorable moments.
As an estate, we believe in shopping sustainably. If you’re seeking an environmentally friendly area to shop, the King’s Road and Chelsea are the best of the best! Get in touch with us today to discover more about the greatest shopping district and sustainable brands in London.