Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Let's Hear It For The Boys....

Check out my picks for the ethically-minded blokes of the world:

Wisdom Tee by A Question Of - The T-shirt is produced in Tanzania under fair trade conditions and made from GOTS certified organic African cotton.
La Mariniére by A Question Of - ethical fashion with free worldwide shipping!
Decontrol Kennedy Black vegan motorcycle jacket from April77 - Crazy moustache not included...
Tito Vest by Auralis - Bamboo buttons, hemp and recycled PET light weight duck fabric blend.
Guayabera by Auralis - Made from hemp and organic cotton! Auralis is committed to sustainable practices that are considerate to the planet.
Recycled Bottle T-Shirt by Playback - Just one of these stylish tees is made from approx. 8.5 plastic PET bottles...amazing!
Hemp Linen Suit by Rawganique - From certified organic European hemp. Sweatshop-free.
The World's First Organic Cologne by Herban Cowboy - No dyes or harsh synthetics just a great scent. Even the packaging is eco-friendly :D
Men's Active Zip Polo by RETH¿NK - Pull on this 95% recycled polyester, 5% bamboo charcoal PET polo and get active with a happy heart!!!

Edun Eclipse Jeans from The Natural Store - A Rilke poem is printed on the inside pocket of these 98% cotton jeans.
Eye T from The Urban Ecology - This striking organic t-shirt is a brilliant addition to any man's wardrobe who has an 'eye' for sustainable fashion ;o)
Men's Animal Lovers Sock Pack from Neo Tokyo - To save on waste they come conveniently packed inside a wash bag that has a great wolf print but best of all...proceeds go towards campaigns to end the cruel live export of sheep!
Men's Wold Embroidery Slim Fit Tee from Neo Tokyo - Made from 100% cotton funds from the sale of these t-shirts goes towards the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) work helping orangutans in Borneo! I heart you Neo Tokyo :D
Organic Cotton Boxers by Eco Fibres - Organic + Fair Trade = YAY :D
Eggplant pink and purple floral vintage 1970s St Michael tie at Candy Says - Love!
Organic Cotton Jungle Print Shirt from Chandni Chowk - Chandni Chowk (Hindi for 'shiny/silver/bright - place/area') is a fair trade company which specialises in textiles hand made in India and Bangladesh by wonderfully skilled crafts people to a very high quality.
100% Organic Spiral T-Shirt by Colonel Kilgore - This company has a variety of organic surfwear...sweeet!
Men's Summer Premium Tropical Stripe by Pants to Poverty - Made from fair trade and organic cotton, £1 per pair sold is donated to their new child labour free programme in India.
Think Green T-shirt at Ban T-shirts - Certified organic.
Casual Wide Leg Jeans available at Exclusive Roots -  Designed by Mighel Critten and produced by Privaling in Khayelitsha South Africa. Exclusive Roots is committed to fair trade.
'The Answer' fair trade organic men's t-shirt from Level Pegging -  This ethical company was created by Megan & Isabelle who were determined to avoid slave-labour, non-organic clothing...nice one ladies!!! :D
Men's Scarf by Gossypium - Organic and fair trade coupled with a funky look!
Eko Bamboo T-Shirt at Love Eco - Made in a Fairwear Foundation audited factory (a guarantee that from seed to shop, everyone involved in the manufacture of this garment has been paid a living wage in clean, safe working conditions) from 70% bamboo viscose and 30% organic cotton jersey. 
Malthus Organic Tee from Rapauni Clothing - Made in a wind-powered, Fairwear Foundation audited factory and is printed on 100% Organic Cotton this t-shirt design was inspired by overpopulation and classic computer games!
Panda T-shirt from Rapauni Clothing - Real men wear conservation icons on their tees ;o)
Themes Tee from CPAS - 100% organic cotton, printed with water based ink and is part of the "Greened Collection" a limited series t-shirts created by artists/graphic designers in order to help the charity Global Green.
Fair trade sports gear from Etiko - The purchase of these balls also helps fund community develop projects in third world countries AND sports programs for Aboriginal children in Australia.

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