Dress up your little one into the youngest fashion icon yet. Organically, too!
Launched last month, The Good Label curates and sells gorgeous design-led sustainably made clothes and accessories that you and your little ones will love. From upcycled bow tie singlets to retro jumpsuits and handmade bibs and headbands, The Good Label’s collection brings something a little different (and Good) to everyday staples.
NEXT: We Are Minimal →
If you are looking for high quality basics for your kids that can be worn day in day out, look no further than We Are Minimal‘s line of sustainably made gender neutral basics. Launched in Singapore in 2016, husband and wife team has created a line of timeless classics that focus on the basics of comfort, quality and ethics.
NEXT: Kerry and Mase →
Established in 2014 by a Singapore based mum, Kerry and Mase creates chic rompers and dresses in beautiful organic mulberry silk and cotton silk. These gorgeous pieces are designed in Singapore and handmade in Laos. Kerry and Mase also sells a range of hand crafted items which are sourced from makers around the region.
NEXT: Kalila Organics →
Inspired by Singapore’s sunny days and island breeze, Kalila Organics’ range of GOTS certified clothes are a bright and cheerful addition to any baby wardrobe. Even better, Kalila Organics has partnered with One Tree Planted to make sure that 1% of every purchase is used to fund the planting of new trees in the region.
NEXT: Sea Apple →
Sea Apple, one of Singapore’s independent children’s boutique, has recently launched their first collection of organic clothes for kids 0-6 years. The Holiday 2016 collection, Chasing the Lights features all original prints on organic cotton for boys and girls.
NEXT: The Good Label →
By Melanie Yap, January 2017
Melanie Yap is the founder of corporate social responsibility agency A Very Good Company Singapore, which works with businesses to create and implement strategies that bring financial and social impact.
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