Brands and Retailers

Looking to discover new and ethical brands? You’ve come to the right place!

Vietnam:

  • Chula – A social enterprise creating designs inspired by Vietnam made by a skilled community of 60 people, 75% of whom have a physical disability.

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  • Efaisto – Order custom shirts, shoes, wallets and bags straight from the best artisans in Southeast Asia.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Efaisto video.

  • Faire Collection – Fair trade jewellery created by artisans around the world.

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  • Future Traditions – Blends the textiles of Vietnam’s ethnic minority communities with contemporary designs.

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  • Gingko – Quality t-shirts and clothing inspired by Vietnamese life and culture.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Gingko video.

  • Girlfriend Collective – Eco-friendly apparel for people who care
    about doing good as well as looking good.

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  • Hemp and Embroidery – A family business run by the Lor family from the Black Hmong tribe in Sapa, Vietnam. All handicrafts are handmade with home-grown hemp.

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  • Kilomet109 – A high end fashion label thats designs are created using traditional and modern techniques.

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  • Leizuu – Stylish and unique clothes for women that are sustainably and ethically made.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Leizuu video.

  • Linda Mai Phung – Every collection tells the stories of creative stopovers and textile encounters like a fashion travel diary.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Linda Mai Phung video.

  • Tamay & Me – Handmade ethical indigo unisex jackets made by the Red Dzao in North Vietnam. Sustainably sourced organic cotton. All hand embroidered.

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  • Wild Tussah – Artisan weave and leather handbags handcrafted to preserve traditional ethnic cultures in Vietnam.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Wild Tussah video.

Cambodia:

  • A.N.D. – A Cambodian fair trade brand, working with local artisans to blend design development with traditional skills.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s A.N.D. video.

  • Beekeeper Parade – Creates backpacks, iPad cases and other fashion accessories. They use sustainable, fair-trade, eco-friendly methods.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Beekeeper Parade video.

  • Dorsu – Cotton jersey clothing for work, travel and home. Ethically made in Kampot, Cambodia.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s interview with Co-Founder Hanna Guy and follow up interview with Co-Founders Hanna Guy and Kunthear Mov. We also asked Kunthear how it feels when you see someone wearing something you have made, take a look at that video.

  • FigCo – A family business creating beautiful jewellery.

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  • Friends International – A lifestyle brand inspired by Southeast Asia that creatively transforms everyday materials to help empower families.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Friends ‘N’ Stuff video.

  • Goel – Goel Community is a community development organization that provides economic opportunities to  provincial villages in Cambodia and creates woven, naturally dyed products.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Goel Community video.

  • Good Krama – An ethically conscious fashion label inspired by Cambodia’s most versatile textile: the krama.

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  • HOLI – A premium fashion brand, offering beautifully crafted, contemporary women’s outerwear.

We asked HOLI’s production manager, Ly, to describe how it feels when she sees someone wearing something she has made. Check out the video.

  • Lotus Silk – Ethical & sustainable handcrafted fashion & accessories.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Lotus Silk video.

  • Made Fair – Clever fashion without a clever marketing campaign.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Made Fair video. We also asked Founder, Tavie Meier what ethical fashion means to her, take a look at that video.

  • Mary Sara – Khmer contemporary jewellery.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Mary Sara video.

  • Recreate – Clothing created under fair trade working conditions using certified organic fabric, sustainably produced from crop to customer.

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  • Senhoa – Nonprofit, social enterprise and jewelry brand that creates opportunities for at-risk communities in Cambodia.

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  • Tonle – Clothes as unique as the people who make them.

We asked Tonlé’s pattern maker, Ty, to describe how it feels when he sees someone wearing something he has made. Check out the video.

  • Weavers Project – Empowering women through the ethical and transparent trade of handmade products.

Check out Walk Sew Good’s Weavers Project video.

Thailand:

  • Azurapak Denim – A premium denim brand that stands for creativity, quality, service & society.

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  • Dao Collective – DAO combines new inspiration with traditional craftsmanship by using handwoven hilltribe textiles. Each piece is handcrafted by skilled artisans in Thailand.

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  • Free Bird Cafe – Pre-loved charity shop inside the cafe that has tons of funky finds.

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  • Global Groove Life – Designs and produces high quality lifestyle products for the conscious consumer inspired by culture, travel, fair trade and yoga.

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  • Hilltribehouse –  Modern fashion designs inspired by tribal textiles. Hand-woven fabrics dyed with natural dyes.

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  • PG.Jewelry – Silver jewelry created by hill tribe communities in Thailand.

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  • Sapahn – An ethical fashion line challenging the status quo. Each piece is made by hand using premium materials and traditional techniques.

We asked Sapahn’s leather genius Tom what it feels like when he sees someone wearing or using something he has made. View the video.

  • Studio Naenna – Studio Naenna supports Weavers for the Environment in the production of exquisite and eco-friendly garments, accessories, and textiles.

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  • Thai Tribal Crafts – Fair trade products produced by seven major hill tribe groups living in Northern Thailand.

We asked volunteers John and Joyce how they feel when they a product created by Thai Tribal Crafts artisans is sold. Check out the video.

  • Torboon Chiang Mai – Luxury eco-friendly handbags and accessories that use hand woven materials created in their workshop under fair trade principles.

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  • Ways of Change – Handmade jewelry and accessories by refugee artisans living on the Thai Burma border.

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  • Y.Development – Founded by the YMCA, Y.development provides training to equip northern Thailand’s disadvantaged rural villagers with skills needed to create marketable products to sell around the world.

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Laos:

  • Interwoven – Creating jewellery and generating jobs for women seeking safe work.

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  • Lao Disabled Women’s Development Centre – The centre generates practical opportunities for people with disabilities through vocational training and life skills training and empowers individuals by facilitating understanding of their abilities, creating an environment of peer support and liberation.

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  • Laos Textiles – Specializing in 100 percent hand-woven silk, Carol and the 40 Lao artisans she employs produce wall hangings, scarves, shawls and custom furnishing fabrics.

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  • Ma Te Sai – Gifts, textiles and homewares handmade by people from villages across Laos.

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  • Mulberries – Mulberries is a social enterprise that seeks to create income generating opportunities for Lao people through silk production and other handicrafts.

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  • Naga Creations – Handmade jewellery inspired by the ethnic groups in Laos.

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  • Ock Pop Tok – A Laos based social enterprise working primarily in the fields of textiles, handicrafts and design. 

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  • Passa Paa – A cultural design collective exploring the language of design that has evolved in textiles in Laos – Passa Paa re-thinks, re-interprets, de-constructs and then re-constructs these patterns, symbols and forms of expression into a new language of design.

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  • Saoban – Saoban works with traditional artisans to preserve and promote Lao village crafts. Saoban works under the principles of fair trade in order to create employment opportunities for villagers, especially women, and reduce poverty.

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  • The Weaving Sisters – Two sisters weaving traditional textiles and creating unique clothing and designs.

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