Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution 2019

Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution 2019

The UK’s leading annual independent ethical fashion showcase is back!

On Saturday 27th April, independent ethical clothing brands from around the UK will come together at London’s Brand Museum to support the Fashion Revolution message and show consumers that there is a viable, ethical alternative to high street, fast fashion brands.

Building on the success of last year’s ethical fashion showcase, Ethical Brands For Fashion Revolution is back for 2019!

Bringing together amazing ethical brands, beautiful fashion and inspiring speakers to encourage you to #BeTheChange and wear your values.

Fashion Revolution marks the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh and has become a global movement campaigning for systematic change in the fashion industry and greater supply chain transparency.

We will have a showcase throughout the day where you will be able to discover, browse and buy from a full range of independent ethical fashion brands – including clothing, footwear, accessories and jewellery.

There will be plenty of ethical fashion discussions, shopping opportunities, as well as expert panels and Q&A sessions throughout the day.

Join us at this event to discover beautiful new brands, vote with your wallet and help us change the face of the fashion industry for the better!

You can book your ticket here for less than the price of a Fairtrade coffee!



Meet the brands

We’re proud to be working with some of the UK’s leading ethical fashion brands and businesses who will be exhibiting at the event and selling their beautiful, ethically produced products. The exhibitors are:

Act Natural
Belles of London
From Belo
Deakin and Blue
Fabric for Freedom
Gold is a Neutral
Jewelled Buddha
Masato London
mi apparel
Nurture Collective
Ruby Moon
Secret Projects
House of Sankofa Collections
Ted and Bessie
Where Does It Come From?
Y.O.U Underwear

There will also be demonstrations by Khadi CIC and Couchman Bespoke.

Expert panels


11am – Tech For Good: how technology can clean up the fashion industry

Hosted by Sian Conway, Founder of Ethical Hour
Jenny Holloway – Belles of London
James Omisakin – Compare Ethics
Yossi Goldsmith – CoGo
Sabine Harnau – From Scratch


1pm – Future Fabrics: innovations in sustainable materials

Jo Salter – Where Does It Come From?
Catherine Price – Ted and Bessie
Vicky Grivas – Menesthò
Rachel Deakin – Deakin and Blue


3pm – Supply Chain Evolution: What’s next?

Hosted by Jo Salter – Where Does It Come From?
Laura Burnett – Provenance
Ilishio Loveday – Fashion Revolution
Calogero Scibetta – Everledger
Fritha Vincent – Secret Projects


This year we will be discussing the future of the Bangladesh Accord, modern slavery, innovations in sustainable fashion, tech for good and more.

Panels will last around 40 minutes each.


Join in online

If you want to share your experiences on the day, or if you can’t make it live but don’t want to miss out, make sure you follow and use the event hashtag #EB4FashRev19! We are planning several live streams throughout the day on the Ethical Hour Facebook page too.


Where to find us

The event is taking place at the London Museum of Brands – 111-117 Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 1QT

The Museum is just a two minute walk from the world famous Portobello Road and is located in Ladbroke Grove, not far from Notting Hill. The nearest station is Ladbroke Grove, which is less then a minutes walk from the museum.



Sponsors and partners


Natural Mumma Magazine is the ethical fashion, natural beauty and conscious lifestyle title for women who care. Out on the first Friday of each month, featuring the best slow fashion, organic skincare and sustainable brands as well as features on ecology, parenting, good eating and wellbeing.

In addition to the monthly digital magazine, they share articles, reviews, insights and news stories on their website. They also produce films of unique recipes and produce regular gift guides to showcase and celebrate their favourite eco-friendly and sustainable products.



Mamoq are on a mission to end mindless consumption. They exclusively partner with brands that share their vision to create positive change within the fashion industry, and donate 10% of profits to mission-driven social enterprises.



Khadi London specialises in providing customised services to fashion designers. We do our best to understand our client’s needs, help them select from a range of fabric collections sourced from suppliers actively involved in social change activities. Our suppliers are located in different parts of India and have diverse capabilities.

We are not just a business. Our mission is to promote khadi globally.


Mayamiko The Label is an ethical and sustainable woman’s wear and life style brand, producing clothes, accessories and homeware, lovingly made in Malawi by our team of tailors, pattern cutters and seamstresses. Our collections are cross-seasonal and are inspired by African artisanal traditions and prints, with ethical trading and sustainability at our core. Our collections are designed for the global modern woman,  while giving ode to their birthplace through the use of traditional African techniques and local printed fabrics, locally referred to as Chitenje. 

We strongly believe that ethical and sustainable production is the only acceptable way of producing, and feel that shopping ethically should not compromise the quality or design of the product but rather enhance and add value to it.


About the organisers

This is a collaborative event organised by #EthicalHour and Where Does It Come From? to bring together members of the #Ethicalhour tribe and online ethical fashion community.

Ethical Hour is the world’s first and largest online community for people who want to live and work more ethically. Our Twitter chat puts ethical brands in front of millions of conscious consumers every week.

We provide ethical marketing training, consultancy and mentoring for responsible brands aligned to the SDGs and give back to good causes with every transaction.

Founder Sian Conway is the UK’s Green & Eco Influencer of the Year 2018, one of the UK Government’s Year of Green Action Ambassadors and included on the Social Index as one of the UK’s top 28 social entrepreneurs 2019.


Where Does It Come From? is a UK based clothing brand offering high quality basics for adults and children. Our beautiful clothes are created in partnership with social enterprises and artisans always according to fair trade standards and using sustainable production methods.  We believe that building a deeper relationship with their clothes will inspire customers to love their clothes more, shop more ethically in future and ultimately make them feel happier!


Watch our 2017 Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution film:


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