for profit

AFIA is a sustainable women's clothing line inspired by the layers around us. Our fabrics are handpicked in Ghana's markets and sewn by women's cooperatives in Ghana and in downtown LA. Through a beautiful product, we connect worlds and inspire human connection and empathy.

Stand4 Socks

for profit

Stand4 creates the most meaningful products in the world. Through reconnecting consumers with social issues and tangible charity giving, we reimagine ordinary products and give them extraordinary purpose.

Justine Frémy's New Entry

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

A "Pesticide Residue Free" Label promoting agroecology by adding value (economically and symbolically) to integrated productions which preserve the environment & the health of consumers. Each production will be certified thanks to a systematic analysis of pesticides residues & other contaminants.

Le Mouton Vert


Le Mouton Vert, emprendimiento sustentable de diseño textil lanero contemporáneo, presenta líneas de Indumentaria y Eco-Hogar, utilizando materia prima de ganado ovino y camélido, originario de la Patagonia chilena. Incrementa el trabajo social y ético en Chile, trabajando con mujeres de la región



RubyMoon sustainable swim & activewear donates all it's profits to women entrepreneurs in 11 developing countries, through micro finance. Our clothing has 43% less emmissions than similar garments, reduces ocean pollution, is ethically produced & without compromising on beauty and quality of design


nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Ethik BGC works along the value chain promoting a triple bottom line that works for people and its environment both in develop and developing countries too. We achieve this through a circular economy approach that accounts for the role of designers, makers, retailers,consumers and recyclers.



We are harnessing the power of fashion, eco manufacturing technology and social advocacy to help create sustainable change. We are proud to be creating an iconic multifunction dress that will help women help women! Thus why we are calling it "Women United".