LGBTQ+ Sustainable Brands for #Pride & Beyond

 

Sustainably-focused brands made by and for the LGBTQ+ community

Kirrin Finch

Kirrin Finch challenges fashion industry norms for what is considered menswear and womenswear, shifting the focus to clothes that fit well. Goodbye to boob gap on your button-downs! They’re sustainable and made in the USA, using natural fabrics with low-impact dyes.

XYST Ugli

XYST Ugli is a line of upcycled T-shirts started by 20-year-old Tazia Cira. Tazia, who lives in Chicago, tells Teen Vogue that they see making clothes as a “tiny method of protest” and a way to create spaces of inclusion and solidarity by making items people feel empowered in.

Official Rebrand

Official Rebrand (OR?!) is a gender-free upcycled fashion label founded by nonbinary artist, MI Legget. OR?! introduces consumers to “a new eco-aesthetic by upcycling pre-worn clothing, exploring the collision of anxieties surrounding climate change and dependence on decadence.”

Automic Gold

Automic Gold makes radically wearable fine jewelry for all sizes and all genders. Run by wives Al Sandimirova and Jamie Kiera Ada, the brand uses 100% certified recycled gold reclaimed from old electronics and jewelry.

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AC / Space

AC / Space is an independent NYC-based genderfluid, high-end streetwear brand. The brand take materials that would otherwise be destined for landfills and repurposes them. Each object is unique, and all production happens in New York City’s Garment District.