We help premium and sustainable brands grow. By using results-driven advertising and brand-specific marketing campaigns, we deliver profitable growth and strong return on ad spend. We are experts in social media advertising, Google advertising, email marketing strategy and Shopify.
Founded by Ant Donbavand in 2015 with the goal to help independent fashion brands get great results, honestly and sustainably. By putting these values first, we now work with some of the world's most innovative fashion brands, many of whom we've been working with for over five years.
Facebook and Instagram advertising. Google PPC advertising. Conversion optimisation. Shopify growth strategy. Email marketing optimisation and automations, and more.
Store set up. A customised and brand-matched shop theme. Integration with your google analytics, email marketing, Facebook & Google advertising accounts. Installation of our recommended apps. Basic SEO set up and more.
We understand the best way to scale your revenue, even with a limited ad budget. We enable our clients to focus their time on what they do best, whilst we recommend, guide and action a multi-channel digital marketing strategy focused on growing traffic, email subscribers, customer retention and revenue.
Founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2005, Our Legacy is Known for applying custom-developed fabrics on signature shapes. The collections include men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, defined by a progressive exploration of seasonal themes through an intricate attention to detail and repurposing of materials.
Born out of a desire for a more authentic, fulfilling and kind approach to fashion, STORY mfg. don't make the usual trade-off between ethics and aesthetics. Their quality craftmanship and natural and organic dyes are helping to change the fashion industry for the better.
Founded in 2013, L.F.Markey creates feminine clothing that's inspired by workwear and utility. Known for their boilersuits and core denim pieces, as well as bold and bright fabrics.
The home of brands such as Needles, Engineered Garments and South2West8. Nepenthes London is the UK outpost of the Japanese clothing company Nepenthes - conceived in 1988 by the legendary Keizo Shimizu and Daiki Suzuki.
The world's first 100% recycled cotton tee was created by LA based EVERYBODY.WORLD. With clever repurposing of cotton waste from the textile industry, the brand eliminated the need for additional pesticides, water, energy and soil.
The LA based brand believes in a holistic approach to athleticism and the idea that mental wellbeing is the foundation of every form of physical exercise. They develop technical sunglasses and apparel with this premise in mind.
A slow knitwear brand, manufacturing in the UK & Ireland, &Daughter are all about sustainability and provenance. That means using natural yarns and evolving imperceptibly over the seasons.
The sister brand of L.F.Markey, Meadows is a romantic and feminine collection inspired by Victoriana, prairie-style, and folklore. Since the beginning of 2021, their collections have been made from organic cotton.
Livity is a lifestyle about a connectedness and balance with the natural world. And it’s what drives Satta, with designers who are inspired by nature and fascinated with cities.
Bailey of Sheffield
Horizon Supply Co /
Bring Me The Horizon
King & Tuckfield
Nine One Seven
trees planted by us
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You'd like to minimise your impact on the environment, and we do too. But we know, in fashion, there’s always an environmental cost. That’s why we have partnered with ecologi, supporting their initiative to plant trees, fund climate projects and offset carbon emissions.
We want to work with brands who include the environment in every decision they take. These are the brands that deserve to grow. We aim to deliver results that exceed your expectations whilst staying true to your brands ethos. If you want to know more, drop us a message today.
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Reduce, reuse and recycle are the three Rs of sustainability. Reduce your energy consumption and waste, Reuse items more than once, and Recycle unwanted items to give them a new life. We wanted our brand to reflect these values, so we reached out to Welcome Studio for help.
The concept is simple. To reduce energy consumption we decided that instead of working with a team of designers on multiple concepts and revisions, we would ask our most creative friends of Sustain if they had any old parts of logos lying around that were never used.
These parts would then be reused and repurposed into our new logo. We received over 100 donations. From ornate, hand-drawn letterforms, to sharp, brutalist shapes. Some are beautiful, some are ugly. All of which formed our diverse and unusual logo.
Being part of a community with which you can share ideas, skills and resources is just as an important aspect of being sustainable as carbon-reduction. We want to thank all of our contributors for their help with this project. The full list can be found here.