Sustainable Shopping Made Affordable – FASHION Magazine


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Stylish *and* sustainable in today’s economy? Yes, it’s possible.

In 2024, shopping sustainably has never been more accessible. But how do you buy earth-friendly items without going broke? It’s easier than you think. Here, we’ve rounded up a few of our favourite under-the-radar brands that serve some serious style for less than $1,000.

Fanfare

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Country of origin: England
Price range: $95–$410
Must-have: High Waisted Organic & Recycled Floral Trim Blue Jeans, $340
Specialty: Instead of reaching for a statement top, try an opulent pair of jeans. All of Fanfare’s denim is made from either dead stock or recycled or organic materials and then finished off with a fanciful flourish, making it the perfect going-out alternative.
Instagram: @FanfareLabel

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Anny Nord

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Country of origin: Sweden
Price range: $145–$910
Must-have: Maniac booties, $500
Specialty: This Emily Ratajkowski-approved brand has become a celeb favourite for its effortless approach to footwear. Based in the coastal town of Båstad, Sweden, Anny Nord has removed all plastic from its packaging and only uses leathers from tanneries that have been certified by Leather Working Group, an environmental-advocacy organization.
Instagram: @AnnyNordShoes

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Themoirè

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Country of origin: Italy
Price range: $350–$820
Must-have: Bios, $685
Specialty: While Themoirè might take a minimalist approach to design, it is doing the most when it comes to sustainable materials. In the past, the brand has used fabrics made from apples, coffee, pineapples, cactus, cork and so much more. How do you say “gimme gimme” in Italian?
Instagram: @Themoire

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So-Le Studio

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Country of origin: Italy
Price range: $100–$670
Must-have: Not a Knot, $400
Specialty: What do you do with leftover leather? Simple: Turn it into statement jewellery. But don’t be fooled by the size of So-Le Studio’s pieces. Designed for comfort, they are unexpectedly light and practical, at less than five grams per earring.
Instagram: @So_Le.Studio

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&Or

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Country of origin: Canada
Price range: $160–$680
Must-haves: Tank 01, $235, and Skirt 01, $375
Specialty: Luxurious knits made with super-soft yarn and responsibly sourced fabric? Yes, please! Consider this capsule collection of tops, skirts, shorts and jackets a chicer substitute for your sweats or your (now very worn out) lockdown loungewear.
Instagram: @And.Or.Collective

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Farm Rio

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Country of origin: Brazil
Price range: $95–$985
Must-have: Black Stitched Flowers Long Sleeve Mini Dress, $380
Specialty: Proving that sustainability doesn’t necessarily equal simplicity, this Brazilian brand uses bold colours and patterns to celebrate its founders’ South American heritage. Besides using responsible materials, Farm Rio also makes a donation to One Tree Planted for every purchase to help with reforestation efforts in its home country.
Instagram: @FarmRio

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This article first appeared in FASHION’s April 2024 issue. Find out more here.

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