Watch out these 6 Brands that Live by Love for our Environment
Fashion, Makeup, and Jewellery are every girl’s best friend (even the men’s too). The world we live in needs progress and change. A change for the better good. But what is the world with no fun? Brands have realized, being so friendly doesn’t have to be boring! Take a look at these six brands who are doing their bit, with lots of love!
Jewellery Design Brands
One Happy Leaf
Born & raised in sunny Perth, Australia, Anna, who is a Jewellery designer, passionate about making beautiful jewellery where fashion and sustainability can coexist. Alternative to mainstream jewellery her collection is for nature lovers and aspiring minimalists. Her prime source of Jewelry includes recycled wood.
A New York brand, crafts handcrafted jewellery using recycled metals and ethically mined diamonds and gemstones Eco-friendly & Ethically mined. They have a wide range of ethical engagement rings befitting lovely brides who are eco-lovers and prefer a green wedding!
At JD Institute of Fashion Technology our expert faculties in Jewelry Design Course, encourage students to find solutions and alternatives to mainstream Jewelry Design.
Beauty and Wellness Brands
This brand is empowering all skin types to glow! This fantastic skincare range is so good for your skin, made with cold-pressed moringa oil – a miracle cure for scars and sun damage. The company works closely with moringa farmers in Ghana, providing agricultural training and financial assistance. Since they started, they’ve planted 200,000 trees and increased farmers’ incomes ten times over.
Back home, Purearth.asia an organic beauty product organization based in India, that is reviving the goodness of herbs and roots in the Himalayas. They follow processes that are Gentle on Earth, free from Petrochemicals, Parabens and other stronger chemical and harmful substances. Their packaging is so gorgeous and results according to reviews are so amazing, that one would want to try their products.
At JD Institute of Fashion Technology our expert faculties in Makeup Artistry Course, suggest students that glowing and healthy skin is the secret to any flawless makeup.
Crow is a contemporary Indian brand that offers organic wear that is emphasizing the wisdom in dressing simply; The brand employees, the use various traditional organic handcrafted fabrics worked through natural dyes made in various parts of the country. They primarily work on organic fabrics such as Cotton, Linen, and Chintz.
Led by Anaka Narayananan, her label Brass Tacks focuses on sustainable and traditional textiles, natural, hand-woven fabrics, and Indian prints like Ikat and Ajrakh. Brass Tacks’ clothes are better for the environment because the fabrics are all natural (no polyester, rayon), the dyes are safer for the environment, and the hand-woven and hand-block-printed fabrics use less energy. There is no carbon footprint there”, she explains.
At JD Institute of Fashion Technology our expert faculties in Fashion Design Course, train students to think and design sustainable solutions and encourage traditional techniques and ethical practices while designing.
In our view, brands like these are forerunners of what we think is CHANGE in the industry by being the change, embracing sustainability and loving ethical practices in creating their products.