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Ahne Jewellery, based in London, UK. 

A collection of delicate, dainty and stackable pieces. Each piece of Ahne jewellery is handcrafted by Eni in her home studio in London. A strong consideration for the environment is a priority, from eco-friendly and non-toxic production to recycled packaging. 

hammered brass hoops
Alice Chandler

Alice Chandler jewellery, handmade in Leeds, UK. 

Alice Chandler uses her background in sculpture and fine art to produce small batch collections of handmade products. This collection of handmade recycled silver jewellery has been designed and produced exclusively for The Acey. 

Large oban pouch veg-tan leather
Anna Walker
Vegetable tanned leather bags by Anna Walker London.

Diarte, founded in 2010 and based in Madrid, Spain.

Using traditional craftsmen and production techniques, Diarte design and produce its collections in Madrid, focusing on community and long-term cooperation close to their headquarters. Made from high-end Italian yarns to last season after season, inspired by heritage knits and modern art to create elevated basics and modern silhouettes. All yarns used are OEKO-Tex certified, using oil-based threads to ensure resistance or to get an effect that can not be obtained otherwise. Never compromising quality.

Black cotton dungarees

Fort, founded in 2014 and based in London, UK.

Dungarees that are born out of a love for simple design and production. Produced in a fair trade certified facility, originally founded to help Tibetan refugees find work. The facility provides fair wages, proper holidays and a real sense of community. Each pair of Fort dungarees is a product of an ethical process, using Cotton which is grown without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, handwoven by skilled artisans providing jobs in rural communities, coloured using only natural dyes reducing environmental damage and hand finished by locals earning a fair wage. 

Good Guys

Good Guys, based in Paris, France. 

The first French brand dedicated to vegan shoes, Good Guys create comfortable and timeless designs using alternative materials such as microfiber, canvas and natural rubber. The collections are conceived in Paris and produced in Portugal in ethical working conditions. Good Guys are PETA approved, vegan label.

Rhubarb Low in Organic Tan Corduroy
Good News

Good News, founded in 2016 and based in London, UK.

With an organic approach, Good News focus on ethical product monitoring, closely managing their supply chain and collaborating with charities and partners. They are a part of Good Luck Shoes; a collective created to donate shoes to migrant and refugees arriving in Europe, who have no shoes to wear. The Collective is made up of shoe designers, photographers and graphic designers based in London and Milan. 

Happy haus la robe kimono dress night blue
Happy Haus

Happy Haus, founded in 2015 and based between Paris, France & Berlin, Germany.

French fashion house creating conscious and 100% ecological clothing. Natural fabrics such as organic cotton and DETOX certified denim are used in production to create feminine, yet easy going garments in a conscious way. Each element of a Happy Haus garment in consciously designed from the fabric down to the exclusively made wood/corozo buttons. 

Justine Tabak
Justine Tabak

Justine Tabak, founded in 2016 and based in London, UK.

Made entirely in the UK from fine British fabrics and produce in small local manufacturers, quality and care are key components to Justine Tabak's collections. Inspired by the British Isles, and the places and customs where the garments are produced, from Lancashire Mill Girls to Cockney Pearly Queens, each piece is designed to be cherished and wear time again. In keeping with the British weather, these pieces are trans-seasonal and can be layered up and styled as desired. 

Product is either sourced or made locally to the designer.
Jute macrame long fringe bag natural
Maison Bengal

Maison Bengal, founded in 2004 and based in Suffolk, UK.

Initiated after director Sheenagh Day spent a number of years working in Bangladesh working in the aid industry. In awe of the weaving and basket making artisans residing in the poorest areas of the country, Maison Bengal was initiated to provide a market for these very marginalised communities. Using only locally grown natural materials such as jute and hogla (local sea-grass) each bag is handmade by skilled craftswomen, offering them the opportunity to earn a fair standard of living. 

Cut out bra wide strap black
Nude Label

Nude Label, based in Valencia, Spain.

An ethical underwear brand, creating comfortable yet still appealing undies that provide a good fit for a woman's everyday life. Soft materials and organic cotton evoke a feeling of natural beauty. Each garment is made locally by a family run business in Valencia, Spain. 


Oshadi, based in London, UK.

A contemporary brand working with artisans in India supporting traditional craft techniques and utilising sustainable materials such as local fabrics and natural dyes. Collaborating with local and highly skilled craftspeople to create functional pieces. Oshadi has been awarded The Butterfly Mark by Positive Luxury for their commitment to fair and sustainable work practices.


People Tree

People Tree, founded in 1991 and based in London, UK.

Producing sustainable garments for 26 years, People Tree is recognised as one of the leaders in ethical and environmentally sustainable fashion, and are the worlds first clothing company to receive the World Fair Trade Organisation Fair Trade product mark in 2013. Partnering with Fair Trade producers, garment workers, artisans and farmers in the developing world to produce ethical and eco fashion collections. Using 100% organic cotton and safe, azo-free dyes, choosing local where possible and natural and recyclable products. Their fabric are woven by hand, and products shipped by sea instead of air, to reduce their impact on global warming. 


Pink City Prints
Pink city prints is a British clothing brand that specialises in block printed summer dresses.
the box shirt
Last ones left from sustainable designers...