Looking for sustainable and ethical fashion brands have become my hobby since I started this blog. I came across Miss Green and instantly fell in love.
Sustainability is at the core of the brand. For the owner, Maaike Groen, is very important to produce her clothes as responsible as possible with the environment and with the garment workers. The people who make the clothes earn a fair salary and work under good conditions. They only produce in European and Indian workshops with a GOTS certificate and a SA8000 standard, which means that they ensure organic and socially responsible production. During the production process, no harmful chemicals are used and the substances are as biological as possible. Besides, Miss Green rely mainly on her gut feeling. They regularly visit the factories and workshops to view and choose fabrics, but above all to talk with the people who make Miss Green´s clothes. They only have two collections per year.
On these series of pictures, I´m wearing a jumpsuit of Miss Green. The pictures were made in Amersfoort by the photographer Marisa Broekhuizen Check her work HERE.
Jumpsuit // Miss Green (Get it here)
Turban // Second-lifestyle Amersfoort (second-hand shop)
Ankle boots & jacket // Not second-hand or ethically made – bought it before my conscious time