Stuttgart, Germany

The two founders Nadine-Isabelle and Arendt from Germany founded the leisure and sportswear brand Aeance (combines aesthetics, ascetic and performance) with the aim of creating eco-sustainable clothing for every life situation. Ready-to-wear merged with technical apparel. Not only their styles but also their non-seasonal collections are minimalistic: less but better, as they say. The high quality bluesign® and OEKO-TEX® certified materials are from Switzerland, Italy and New Zealand. All pieces are made in Portugal, using cutting-edge technology such as bionic “adaptive” jackets with bonded seams for maximum comfort. Cool: Aeance collaborates with designers such as Steven Tai on timeless, bold and strong styles.


Pembina, USA

Azura Bay is an online boutique from Canada featuring ethical and eco-friendly brands carefully selected by owner Ashley. Looking for sexy underwear & lingerie, cute swimwear and comfy pyjamas & activewear. The collection includes soft and innovative fabrics like GOTS-certified organic cotton, Lyocell, Tencel, bamboo satin, vegetable-dyed eucalyptus, recycled lace and recycled fishing net nylon. With each item you purchase, Azura Bay donates a portion of profits to an organization of your choice: Because I am a Girl, WWF and Nature Conservancy of Canada. Ships worldwide using 100% sustainable packaging made in the USA.


Munich, Germany

Make it matter: the sustainable activewear label believes in living a conscious life and keeping sweat where it belongs: in our workout sessions. Under fair conditions, all pieces are manufactured in a sewing boutique in Poland – from cut to finish. Designed with love in Berlin, their leggings, bras, t-shirts and tank tops are made from organic cotton, recycled PET bottles and plastic waste. The colorful, bold and dynamic patterns are all drawn by hand. Sustainable activewear, that motivates women to make it matter.


Melbourne, Australia

Using the revolutionary fabric Econyl, which is made from recycled plastic waste cleared from the ocean, as well as water-based nontoxic inks, Elle Evans is committed to creating swimwear that is truly low impact and safe on the environment. “At Elle Evans we strive to be as sustainable as we possibly can be, and as we grow so will our efforts in keeping our company low-impact.” Their Summer 17 collection is a bold infusion of neon orange and tropical prints overlaid onto sporty and feminine structures. They have a really cute cropped rashie and leggings, both perfect for surfing or SUP Yoga!


Istanbul, Turkey

LANDO believes in creating healthy clothing, and we should be conscious about what we put on our skin. Especially when it’s something such as clothing that is in contact with the skin for such long periods of time. Therefore, they use high quality, GOTS certified organic cotton for their basics and active wear. They ensure that no chemicals that may be harmful to humans or the natural environment have been used throughout the entire production process. We love their modern, cleanly designed pieces, and also that they use seeded paper for their tags!


Berlin, Germany

pure by luce is on a “never-ending quest” along with a number of others to help make a change to how the fashion industry impacts the natural environment. They collect influences from all over the world to create their, high quality, “good karma” apparel. The latest pure by luce collection is inspired by travels through Mexico. All of their chic active wear pieces are created using sustainable materials from Italy and produced in ethical factories in Portugal. Got a little bit of wanderlust? Then shop for their travel-inspired, environmentally conscious active wear below!


London, UK

Silou London was founded by Tatiana Kovylina, a former high fashion model and now dedicated mother and Yogi, among other things. She has created active wear under her label Silou London with modern, chic aesthetics, but based on an ethical foundation. The luxe, timeless pieces are built to last and created using high quality, non-toxic materials in Lithuania. They believe in using fabrics that are good for the body and good for the environment. Their range includes leggings, sports bras, tops as well as some pieces to get you to and from your workout while still looking chic.



All of Wolven Threads pieces are created from recycled, post-consumer plastic waste. This fabric is created from plastic that has been diverted away from landfills and oceans, and then converted into an Oeko-Tex Certified fibre. Wolven Threads are passionate about informing others about how our consumerism is detrimental to the natural environment. Their bold prints celebrate the patterns found in nature and can accompany you throughout your day due to their anti-microbial, moisture-wicking, and quick drying properties. These properties make them the perfect transition pieces for those with a busy or active lifestyle. The brand also donates 5% of their profits to programs that bring the practice of yoga and mindfulness to at-risk youth!