Irish Sustainable Companies

🌎Irish Sustainable Companies 🌎

Grown is an Irish ethical and organic clothing brand and focuses on the importance the ocean plays in our lives. Everything produced by them goes through a sustainability audit to ensure they're not negatively impacting on our environment. As well as clothing, they also produce other items such as reusable coffee cups, bamboo cutlery, tote bags, and much more.

Bogman Beanie is another Irish brand that produces clothing in a totally ethical and environmentally friendly way. They have products such as beanies, t shirts, leggings and sweaters. This brand realises the importance of transparency, and all of their materials are traceable, coming from County Donegal.

Based in Dublin, Fresh Cuts Clothing are fully aware of their social and environmental responsibilities as a brand, designing limited-edition sustainable pieces and clothes made from recycled materials. They create items such as hats and jumpers. All their items are designed and printed in Dublin in order to support small Irish businesses.

The Upcycle Movement uses materials from wetsuits to produce their ethically sound products. They make bags and other accessories and believe that something is "only waste if we waste its potential". Wetsuits have been their main source of material but they also accept donations of tents, kites, paragliders, parachutes, hot air balloon material and boat sails.

Jill & Gill is a printmakers and illustrators who work in design, fashion and fine art in a sustainable way. Being conscious of the environment is part of the brand's ethos, which they work into the production of their clothing. Although prints are the main function of the company they create many items of clothing.

Jump The Hedges is a recycled bag-making studio based in Belfast. The company was set-up in response to the lack of sustainably made functional bags available on the market.

The ethical, sustainable fashion brand creates colourful, well-structured bags from reclaimed materials such as truck tarpaulin, aeroplane seats and sailcloth. The brand currently sells yoga bags, bum bags and tote bags, and has plans to expand this range and launch more styles in 2019.