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Apparel company Everlane has garnered a quiet reputation for timeless, well-made, affordable staples. Women’s favorites include sweaters made from alpaca, merino, and organic cotton; great tees; and a puffer made from recycled materials. The men’s Fall Edit includes covetable alpaca beanies, a very hip puffer jacket, and overshirts. Everlane made a name for itself through its concept of “radical transparency.” For every item sold, it shares production costs, as well as the name of the factory where the item is made. In line with that vision, the company has an extremely detailed online impact report detailing its sustainability commitments. The bottom line: Everlane has an enormous supply chain, and does a remarkably good job holding itself and its partners accountable. We also love their Black Friday Fund. Each year, Everlane funnels Black Friday profits toward a project that will help its factory workers.
FSC, Global Recycled Standard, GOTS, LEED-certified, Oeko-Tex, Organic, Bluesign, Cradle to Cradle, Leather Working Group, Responsible Alpaca Standard, Responsible Down Standard, Responsible Wool Standard
Cashmere, Cotton, Down, Organic Cotton, Silk, Wool, Alpaca, C0 DWR (Zero Fluorocarbon Durable Water Repellent), Linen, Post-Consumer Certified-Safe Recycled Plastic Bottles, Recycled Materials, Rubber, Tencel
Carbon Credits, Diversity Employer, Ethical Labor Practices, Gives Back, Plants Trees, Sustainable Packaging, EPA Green Power Partner