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Henrietta Ludgate

A graduate of London's prestigious Central Saint Martins fashion school, Ludgate (who began her career in costume design) is best known for her Schiaparelli—inspired color palette and architectural silhouettes. Livia Firth (that'd be Oscar winner Colin's wife) is a huge fan, as is Downton Abbey's Elizabeth McGovern.

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Henrietta Ludgate
Chinti & Parker

This British basics company uses almost all organic cotton to make its ultra-wearable tees and tanks, while the jersey separates are made from a blend of bamboo and Seacel (a seaweed derivative—cool, right?).

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Chinti & Parker
Chinti & Parker
Maiyet

This buzzy brand joins forces with local artisans in India, Kenya, Italy and Colombia to produce ready-to-wear, jewelry and accessories so luxe, they fit right in at Paris Fashion Week. These pieces aren't cheap, but at least you'll feel philanthropic while dropping that cash.

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Maiyet
Maiyet
Mannin

Sustainable fine jewelry company Mannin specializes in monogrammable cuffs, signet rings and pendants—all crafted from 100 percent clean recycled gold. The pieces are assembled locally in L.A., and even the precise shade of gold used is unique to Mannin. And the clean, classic line's already a favorite among the celeb set—Claire Danes, Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Aniston are all Mannin fans.

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Mannin
Mannin
Organic by John Patrick

John Patrick's Organic collection has been an eco-friendly favorite amongst editors since the label was launched back in 2004—a time when few brands were exploring sustainable design. Everything on offer is made from organic cotton, recycled polyester and other earth-friendly textiles.

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Organic by John Patrick
Organic by John Patrick
Honest By

Antwerp designer Bruno Pieters launched this eco label in January 2012, after a visit to India made him realize the importance of local garment production. Honest By embraces a 100% transparency policy—meaning that the full cost breakdown, material origins and manufacturing details of each garment is shared with the customer. The company doesn't use leather, fur, shell or horn in any of its items—and to keep the offerings interesting, Honest By invites earth-conscious designers to collaborate on one-off capsules for its online store, to be stocked alongside Pieters' own designs for the company.

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Honest By
Honest By
Carrie Parry

L.A. native Carrie Parry has worked for Jonathan Saunders, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Norma Kamali. She became interested in sustainable design after moving to New York, and launched her eponymous label in 2011. Her buttoned-up, retro-influenced separates and dresses are all made locally from environmentally-conscious textiles.

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Carrie Parry
Carrie Parry
A Peace Treaty

Launched in 2008, the appropriately-named accessories label A Peace Treaty employs artisans living in war-torn or politically-shaky regions. Founders Farah Malik (a Pakistani Muslim) and Dana Arbib (a Libyan Jew) travel to a different country each season to find local artisans to partner with, helping them share their traditional techniques and aesthetics with a broader audience. Each employed jeweler receives above-fair-trade pay, and many of those selected are disabled, widowed or were previously out of work.

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A Peace Treaty
A Peace Treaty