The Edit

Welcome to The Edit, where we round up our favourite fashion picks of the month. All of the clothes featured in The Edit are from brands who have committed to sustainable, ethical and charitable fashion. That’s why you’ll see pieces from H&M Conscious, Mango Committed and ASOS Made in Kenya, along with other lesser known brands that are dedicated to making clothes to make a difference, both to the environment and to women.

This month we feature pieces from Ninety Percent, a London based label that distributes 90% of its profits to charitable causes and makes most of its products from sustainable materials; H&M Conscious, a capsule collection made from organic and recycled materials; Mata Traders, a fair trade clothing company whose products are made by artisanal women in India and Nepal; Mayamiko, an ethical and sustainable brand whose clothes are made by women and girls in Malawi; the ASOS Made in Kenya collection, a partnership with the Kenyan social enterprise SOKO; and Sézane’s DEMAIN collection, a capsule collection whose profits go towards improving access to education for children around the world.

Top left to right:

ASOS Made in Kenya kimono £50

Ninety Percent asymmetric stretch jersey top £35

H&M Conscious girlfriend regular jeans £34.99

Bottom left to right:

H&M Conscious Lyocell paper bag trousers £29.99

Sézane DEMAIN chanson d’été swimsuit £93

Mayamiko Nellie bubble crop top in lake shells £25.20

Mata Traders Studio dress in slate $89

H&M Conscious denim shirt dress £24.99

Let us know what you think of our picks in the comments! Do you feel inspired to shop more consciously?