Indie 100: Fashion
To mark the launch of our Indie Bay 100g sharing bag we’re celebrating the 100 best independents across a range of sectors in the UK, starting today with fashion! At Indie Bay we believe in the power of independent thinkers and this is our way of recognising them and saying thanks.
Created by Isabella Broden, they track their environmental footprint and invest in low impact alternatives to all stages of manufacturing such as eco fabric, LED lighting, renewable energy and 100% recycled packaging.
Swimshorts that are made out of recycled plastic, most of which are found in the ocean. Tavie draws all inspiration from a love of design, colour and the ocean.
The UK produces 1 million tonnes of textile waste in a year, which is enough to fill Wembley Stadium. By working with sustainably conscious seamstresses in London, Isabel ensures all fabric is cut economically to minimise waste.
Inspired by a fun and spontaneous approach to fashion, Peachy Den creates season-less pieces with a consistent design ethos centreing on unique and flattering silhouettes, endless comfort and bold colours.
Having worked on Saville row for 3 years, Daisy spotted a gap in the market for women’s tailored suits.
Florre is a stylist, Contributing Fashion Editor at Harper’s Bazaar U.K and Co-Founder of @andfinally_. Their beautifully curated page has become the go-to accessories destination with everything you need to know from labels to trends as told by fashion editors.
Circular jeans, essential fits. These jeans are made from recycled denim and organic cotton.
The contemporary womenswear label that shares 90% of profits between charitable causes.
Check out our next Indie 10: Bookshops.