Relevé Fashion  is the first retail platform awarded

the Eco-Age Brandmark for sustainable excellence

Relevé Fashion  in partnership with the Conscious Fashion Campaign

supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

By Sarah London

Skincare to Empower Mindful Living™

Pama London

Eco-friendly Activewear

SixtyNinety

Sexy and Sustainable Swimwear

Relevé Fashion  is the first retail platform awardedthe Eco-Age Brandmark for sustainable excellence
Relevé Fashion
in partnership with the
Conscious Fashion Campaign
supports the United Nations

Sustainable Development Goals

By Sarah London

Skincare to Empower Mindful Living™

Pama London

Eco-friendly Activewear

SixtyNinety

Sexy and Sustainable Swimwear

Relevé Fashion is the first retail platform awarded the
Eco-Age Brandmark for sustainable excellence
Relevé Fashion
in partnership with the
Conscious Fashion Campaign
supports the United Nations
Sustainable Development Goals
By Sarah London

Skincare to Empower Mindful Living™

Pama London

Eco-friendly Activewear

SixtyNinety

Sexy and Sustainable Swimwear

Shop Sustainable and Ethical Products


Consciously crafted and committed to environmental, social and personal well-being

Shop Sustainable and Ethical Products


Consciously crafted and committed to environmental, social and personal well-being

Shop Sustainable and
Ethical Products


Consciously crafted and committed to environmental, social, and personal well-being

Purchase with Purpose


Relevé contributes a portion of your every purchase to your chosen cause, at no extra cost

Purchase with Purpose


Relevé contributes a portion of your every purchase to your chosen cause, at no extra cost

Purchase with Purpose


Relevé contributes a portion of your every purchase to your chosen cause, at no extra cost

Big Change

Big Change backs big ideas that set young people up to thrive in life, not just exams.

Global Citizen

Global Citizen is a movement of engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030.

Nest

Nest is building a new handworker economy to increase global workforce inclusivity, improve women's well-being beyond factories, and preserve important cultural traditions worldwide.

Big Change

Big Change backs big ideas that set young people up to thrive in life, not just exams.

Global Citizen

Global Citizen is a movement of engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030.

Nest

Nest is building a new handworker economy to increase global workforce inclusivity, improve women's well-being beyond factories, and preserve important cultural traditions worldwide.

Big Change

Big Change backs big ideas that set young people up to thrive in life, not just exams.

Global Citizen

Global Citizen is a movement of engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030.

Nest

Nest is building a new handworker economy to increase global workforce inclusivity, improve women's well-being beyond factories, and preserve important cultural traditions worldwide.

Editorial: The Fair Re-Tale


The stories and people behind our sustainable journey

Aline Lima
Co-Founder, SixtyNinety
Part I
Aline Lima's dream of creating a business that would connect her to her home country of Brazil became a reality when she and her best friend, Daniela Trece, launched SixtyNinety. With the best cut swimwear and beachwear ethically-made from sustainable fabrics, you know you can trust a Brazilian to know her bikinis and prove that sustainable is sexy.
Aline Lima
Co-Founder, SixtyNinety
Part II
It comes as no surprise that Aline Lima would wear a bikini every day if she could only choose one thing. She is, after all, the co-founder of SixtyNinety, a sustainable swimwear brand inspired by her home country of Brazil. Discover how she likes to relax and unwind when she and Daniela Trece aren't busy creating the best cut swimwear and beachwear.
Aurélie Gisclon
Co-Founder, Wibes
Part I
It's no easy feat launching a business, let alone doing so right after graduation, but that's exactly what Aurélie Gisclon did. What started as a university project received so much positive feedback that Aurélie and her boyfriend, Nicolas Raudrant, who she met at the university, decided to just go for it and launch their brand, Wibes.
Prof. Dilys Williams, FRSA
Founder and Director, Centre for Sustainable Fashion
As the founder and director of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) at the London College of Fashion, Dilys Williams is finding ways for creative expression well within nature’s bounds and for ways that fashion can better fulfill its promise of relevance, delight and connection, while creating a culture of care.
Hanneli Rupert
Founder and Creative Director, Okapi
Hanneli Rupert is changing the landscape of fashion in Africa with Okapi, her brand of ethical luxury accessories made 100% on the continent by locals from domestically sourced materials. She's making the world see that African luxury is not only possible, but available.
Aurélie Gisclon
Co-Founder, Wibes
Part II
Fate may have brought co-founders Aurélie Gisclon and Nicolas Ruadrant together, a continent away from their own French and African roots, but it was sheer determination and hard work that led to the success of Wibes. With long days, multitasking and a lot of learning along the way, Aurélie shares how she likes to kick back and unwind.

Editorial: Relevé Style


Loved Clothes Last: How to Care for Your Swimwear

Image courtesy of SixtyNinety
Loved Clothes Last: How to Care for Your Swimwear
Brought to you in collaboration with
Jeeves of Belgravia
We've partnered with Jeeves, London's finest dry cleaners, with locations around the world including New York, to give you tips on how to care for your clothes. We believe in sustainable fashion, in buying what you really love and can wear for years to come - and helping you to do so.
Prof. Dilys Williams, FRSA
Founder and Director, Centre for Sustainable Fashion
As the founder and director of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) at the London College of Fashion, Dilys Williams is finding ways for creative expression well within nature’s bounds and for ways that fashion can better fulfill its promise of relevance, delight and connection, while creating a culture of care.
Hanneli Rupert
Founder and Creative Director, Okapi
Hanneli Rupert is changing the landscape of fashion in Africa with Okapi, her brand of ethical luxury accessories made 100% on the continent by locals from domestically sourced materials. She's making the world see that African luxury is not only possible, but available.

Editorial: The #GoodInfluencers


Inspiring individuals of passion and purpose

Image from the Global Gift Foundation
Holly Branson
Co-founder, Big Change
Chair, Virgun Unite
Who better to introduce our #GoodInfluencer series with than Holly Branson, co-founder of our charitable partner Big Change, and chair of Virgin Unite. Her impactful philanthropic work with both organisations was recently recognised by the Global Gift Foundation.
Prof. Dilys Williams, FRSA
Founder and Director, Centre for Sustainable Fashion
As the founder and director of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) at the London College of Fashion, Dilys Williams is finding ways for creative expression well within nature’s bounds and for ways that fashion can better fulfill its promise of relevance, delight and connection, while creating a culture of care.
Hanneli Rupert
Founder and Creative Director, Okapi
Hanneli Rupert is changing the landscape of fashion in Africa with Okapi, her brand of ethical luxury accessories made 100% on the continent by locals from domestically sourced materials. She's making the world see that African luxury is not only possible, but available.

Editorial: The Fair Re-Tale


The stories and people behind our sustainable journey

Aline Lima
Co-Founder, SixtyNinety
Part I
Aline Lima's dream of creating a business that would connect her to her home country of Brazil became a reality when she and her best friend, Daniela Trece, launched SixtyNinety. With the best cut swimwear and beachwear ethically-made from sustainable fabrics, you know you can trust a Brazilian to know her bikinis and prove that sustainable is sexy.
Aline Lima
Co-Founder, SixtyNinety
Part II
It comes as no surprise that Aline Lima would wear a bikini every day if she could only choose one thing. She is, after all, the co-founder of SixtyNinety, a sustainable swimwear brand inspired by her home country of Brazil. Discover how she likes to relax and unwind when she and Daniela Trece aren't busy creating the best cut swimwear and beachwear.
Aurélie Gisclon
Co-Founder, Wibes
Part I
It's no easy feat launching a business, let alone doing so right after graduation, but that's exactly what Aurélie Gisclon did. What started as a university project received so much positive feedback that Aurélie and her boyfriend, Nicolas Raudrant, who she met at the university, decided to just go for it and launch their brand, Wibes.
Aurélie Gisclon
Co-Founder, Wibes
Part II
Fate may have brought co-founders Aurélie Gisclon and Nicolas Ruadrant together, a continent away from their own French and African roots, but it was sheer determination and hard work that led to the success of Wibes. With long days, multitasking and a lot of learning along the way, Aurélie shares how she likes to kick back and unwind.
Andrea Bury
Founder and CEO, Abury
Andrea Kolb founded Aburyafter an inspiring trip to Marrakesh that compelled her to find a way to preserve the artistry, skills and passion of local craftsmen that seemed to be losing relevance amidst the growing prevalence of fast fashion and consumerism.

Editorial: Relevé Style


Loved Clothes Last: How to Care for Your Swimwear

Image courtesy of SixtyNinety
Loved Clothes Last: How to Care for Your Swimwear
Brought to you in collaboration with
Jeeves of Belgravia
We've partnered with Jeeves, London's finest dry cleaners, with locations around the world including New York, to give you tips on how to care for your clothes. We believe in sustainable fashion, in buying what you really love and can wear for years to come - and helping you to do so.

Editorial: The #GoodInfluencer


Inspiring individuals of passion and purpose

Image from the Global Gift Foundation
Holly Branson
Co-founder, Big Change
Chair, Virgin Unite
Who better to introduce our #GoodInfluencer series with than Holly Branson, co-founder of our charitable partner Big Change, and chair of Virgin Unite. Her impactful philanthropic work with both organisations was recently recognised by the Global Gift Foundation.
Andrea Bury
Founder and CEO, Abury
Andrea Kolb founded Aburyafter an inspiring trip to Marrakesh that compelled her to find a way to preserve the artistry, skills and passion of local craftsmen that seemed to be losing relevance amidst the growing prevalence of fast fashion and consumerism.

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