5 Fashion Brands That Give Back
FASHION, Fashion, Kids
Last week we showed you some behind the scenes images and info from Mini Stitches. A new and fresh approach to children's wear, designed and made at East London charity, Stitches in Time.
We received really great responses and are very happy that our readers appreciate good causes and companies that want to make a difference. The kids fashion industry is growing, the trend of sustainability and organic fabrics is here to stay.
But some brands do take an extra step. Teaming up with charities, giving a part of their revenue to people in need or raising awareness of special needs.
We at Luna think that these actions do need to be talked about, shared and communicated more. That is why today we gathered some brands that are part of different activities. Be it specific collaborations, limited editions or a support of a particular charity.
And when we buy then why not where it counts?
Buying something for yourself or a loved one feels great. And buying something and giving back to those in need feels even better. To make your next shopping experience as charitable as possible, we have a list of fantastic kids fashion brands that give back right here:
The founders of Tiny Cottons and parents of Greg, a boy diagnosed with autism, designed a special t-shirt. WE LIGHT UP BLUE. Launching on April 2 – the international day of autism. All profits of the sales will go to a designated organisation that helps and works integrating children with autism. Make sure that you keep an eye on their channels on April 2 and light blue in recognition of people living with autism!
The Bonniemob teamed up with knitwear specialists Selfish Mother again. Designing a limited edition capsule collection of cashmere jumpers and baby playsuits featuring the words ‘LOVE’ and ‘MOTHER’.
A percentage of sales goes to Refugee Support Europe to help new mothers and their little ones in the charity’s refugee camps in Greece and Bangladesh. The charity is working to provide a few days accommodation away from the camp for new mums and their babies – giving them the space and time we all needed when we became mothers.
Petit Nord gives a donation of $5.000 for each 1000 pairs of shoes sold. This donation will help a couple with difficulty conceiving come one step closer to their dream and hopefully make it come true.
The partnership with Every Mother Counts is to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother, everywhere. Clare V. donates 100% of net proceeds from all sales of this collection to Every Mother Counts.
Liberté, égalité, maternité!
Lacoste has replaced its iconic crocodile logo with those of 10 endangered species to support the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The number of shirts available for sale corresponds to the number of animals of each species that remain in the wild. The “Save Our Species” partnership marks the first time the brand has ever initiated a logo change.
Each sale will go toward the preservation of its species.
Please do get in touch if you know of a brand or product supporting a good cause and that you feel we should mention!