Through Mojo-Bean we aim to bring you quality preloved clothing that you can not only fall in love with, but also feel good about. We try to source our items from quality brands that manufacture gorgeous designs and produce their clothes sustainably and ethically. You can select from a range of clothing that is not only good for the environment because it is preloved, but because it was manufactured with longevity and sustainability in mind.
You may know all of these brands, or only a few. Here is a quick, and hopefully useful, summary of most of our brands. We recommend you take a look at their respective websites if you want to know more.
Boden is a British brand that prides itself on the quality and longevity of its clothing. Their website has information on its suppliers around the world, it’s commitment to working conditions and pay, and their involvement in the HERproject. They are working towards better sustainability with regards the fabrics they source and use, hoping to achieve targets set for 2025. You can read more on their website.
Is one of several brands from Green Cotton, a Danish company. They are certified by Oeko-tex 100 and the EU Ecolabel. Their clothing is made from 100% organic cotton, free from harmful chemicals and designed to be durable.
British brand Frugi's baby clothes are a bit of a national institution for cloth bum fans. Their bright designs also have huge following those who don’t use cloth nappies, with maternity, kids and adult lines available. Their website sets out their manufacturing partners and their commitment to sustainability and the planet. Indeed, they have won awards for their commitment to better ethical manufacturing. They use organic cotton and no harmful chemicals or dyes.
Jojo Maman Bebe
Another British brand, JJMB prides itself on the diversity and equality. It has long established links with suppliers, and they are known for the quality of their clothing. They are based on a philosophy of reducing waste, and use initiatives like sending stock by sea freight rather than air in order to reduce their carbon footprint.
Iglo + Indi
All female, Icelandic company Iglo and Indi focus on crisp colours, unique prints and playfulness. They audit their suppliers to ensure they use fair working practice, pay and conditions. They look at elements such as chemicals, toxicity and biodegradability throughout their supply chain.
British brand Isabella Oliver are a well-established, quality maternity brand. Their designs are meant to last and grow with you through your pregnancy. They produce small quantities of their designs to reduce waste and reorder as demand requires. They manufacture the bulk of their items within Europe. You can read more about their sustainability on their website.
A British brand from Dorset, Kite say “Our clothes are stylish, built to last, and they’re planet-friendly too.” Made from organic cotton or recycled fabrics, they say their suppliers are inspected to ensure they meet environmental and ethical standards.
A GOTS certified Swedish brand working with non-toxic chemicals and dyes. Bright fun prints are their trademark, manufactured in India. There is no shortage of fun designs to choose from and they say they put particular focus on fabrics and colours that last. Also popular with families who use cloth nappies.
Founded in the UK, Mori focuses on comfort and quality. Sustainability is integral to their manufacturing process. They take back their preloved products and forward them to a London based charity that helps families in need.
Sustainable and affordable is the way Swedish brand Newbie describe themselves. All their patterns are hand drawn, and their colours are inspired by nature. They use organic cotton and more sustainable fabrics like tencel. Polyester items are from recycled materials.
The Swedish brand Polarn O. Pyret has been around since the 70’s in it's current incarnation. They have attention to detail that parents appreciate, designing clothes with the rapid growth of children in mind. You may notice that waists can be gathered and cuffs are designed to be rolled and unrolled on many of their items. They say comfort and function are key to the designs they produce. They have a detailed sustainability section and offer repairs on their outerwear to increase longevity.
Danish brand Småfolk had beautiful bright prints and patterns, that are designed to coordinate collection to collection. Almost all of their clothing is Oeko-tex 100 certified.
A UK brand that aims for quality that lasts. Their cotton items are GOTS certified and they are constantly striving to improve their sustainability. They use Okeo-tex 100 certified suppliers. They have a detail sustainability section on their website if you want to know more.