5 Top New Eco Online Boutiques: Ethical Fashion At Your Finger Tips


Ethical, eco-fashion is now more accessible than ever before. Here are the top 5 new eco fashion online boutiques.

We are more aware than ever before about where our clothes come from, who makes them, and how to better care for them. Fashion designers are implementing conscious and creative ways to create clothing that benefit people and the planet. And access to these styles are on the rise too.

Online boutiques like Beklina, A Boy Named Sue and Kaight have been around for a while, but now, with the new eco boutiques listed ones below, an even greater selection of sharply curated ethical products are right at your finger tips.

1. Rêve en Vert

Rêve en Vert is based in the UK and one of our favorite new eco online boutiques. Founder Cora Hilts and Natasha Tucker stocks “independent who weave ethics into their collections.” Selling some of the best labels like Isabell de Hillerin to A Peace Treaty, Rêve en Vert is truly a green dream.

2. Modavanti

Started by journalist turned fashion CEO, David Dietz, Modavanti is a hip sustainable fashion online boutique stocking everything from sunglasses to sundresses. Modavanti provides unique sustainability badges for customers to make it clear what sustainability value the product they are purchasing relates to–energy efficient, fairly traded and U.S. made are some of the buttons of the Modavanti badge system. Modavanti recently started selling vintage clothing on their store too. Modavanti also donates 2 percent of every sale to one of their three partners: Nest, Charity: Water and Manufacture New York.

3. Moorea Seal

At first glance Moorea Seal isn’t your typical eco fashion boutique, but their entire stock is all items handmade in the U.S. by artists, and seven percent of all their proceeds go to five non-profits close to their heart. Based out of Seattle, they know and respect the blending of a cosmopolitan lifestyle with pristine nature. “We seek to do good beyond the material, creating a community that empowers and supports others.”

4. Shop Helpsy

With a firm and honest belief ethical fashion can be design-forward, Helpsy is providing the exactly product that reflect this ideology. Started by fashion writer Rachel Kibb, Helpsy is a site for cutting edge design styles.

5. Be Good Clothing

Be Good Clothing, based in San Francisco only carries collections that give back to an eco or humanitarian case. They hold themselves to extremely high standard in who and what they carry, and are proud of their ethos. They also have a great selection of Men’s wear!

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image: Modavanti

Juliette Donatelli

Working in the field of sustainability for over seven years, Juliette is passionate about its intersection within the fashion industry. Juliette began studying ecological conservation, and led consumer awareness campaigns around the world from water usage in southern California, riparian restoration in South Africa, food distribution in Paris and bison habitat in the Great Plains. She has launched her passion--consumerism and sustainability--into a place where it hits home--fashion. Juliette is the founder and editor-in-chief of spadesandsilk.com, Director of Sustainability at Manufacture NY, and loves to read, dance, swim and enjoy the occasional glass of champagne.