Our top 5 Ethical Publications


It’s not always easy being green, but with Fashion Revolution Week just around the corner now is the perfect time to check your ethics and make small changes in a step towards sustainability. From 23 to 29 April, the world’s largest fashion activism movement takes the industry over once again, championing greater transparency and ethics in the fashion industry. Marking the five-year anniversary of the tragic Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, the sustainability movement has now spread to almost 100 countries.

From talks and film screenings to clothes-swapping parties, there are lots of ways to get involved and join the race in making the world a better place. While the ethical revolution is taking centre stage, now is also high time for sustainable brands to get their conscious clothing seen by the masses. We’ve taken a look at last year’s press and rounded up the publications you should be targeting to get your ethical products featured. Say goodbye to fast fashion, and hello to a happy conscience.


From sustainable sportswear to a spotlight on the new generation of designers creating innovative and morally made clothing, Refinery29 isn’t short of ethical fashion features.



The Guardian is definitely one to watch when it comes to sustainability. Holding the annual Observer Ethical awards in celebration of the best sustainable initiatives taking place around the country, the publication has made a name for itself when it comes to supporting sustainable brands. They regularly pick products for their sustainability style features and should definitely be high up on your target list.



Independent’s regular IndyBest feature prides itself on a complete collection of articles covering everything from sustainable brands, vegan bags and alternative perfumes.



Covering conscious fashion, beauty, food, wellness, lifestyle and travel, The Good Trade bases itself on the fundamental idea of sustainability. Their readers are mainly conscious women and men who care deeply about the brands they support.



Regular sustainable gift guides and brand spotlights are only two of the features Stylist magazine regularly sends out to its readers.


Are you a sustainable brand and don’t want to miss the chance to get featured in one of these publications? We are giving you the contacts and the knowledge to get your products into ethical features right in time for Fashion Revolution Week. Get into the green scene & sign up for your free trial today. Happy pitching!

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