Happy Earth Day! What better way to celebrate than to read up on the brands that are committed to sustainability? They’ve got BIG goals that you should know about. Read on to see how you can support their efforts.


This iconic brand designs premium quality footwear, clothing and accessories for men, women, and children. Did you know that Timberland will take back your well worn Timberland products and recycle them through the brand’s circular design platform called Timberloop? This helps ensure Timberland items never end up in a landfill. Simply drop off your items at a Timberland store or ship them to Timberland. Download a free return label and send it off. What’s in it for you? You get 10% off something new and the knowledge that you’ve done a good thing for earth.

Christy Dawn

Christy Dawn is the go-to for vintage-inspired dresses that stand the test of time. These unique dresses are made of deadstock fabric (excess fabric left over by other fashion companies), organic cotton, and their own Farm-to-Closet regeneratively farmed cotton. Ready to honor your own commitment to Mother Earth? You can become a part of the regenerative revolution by investing in the brand’s Land Stewardship Program. Your investment of $200 covers the cost of farming cotton regeneratively on 3485 sq ft of land. You’ll get updates from the farm and benefit from your Land Stewardship in the form of a store credit at the end of the season.

Elvis & Kresse

Since 2005, Elvis & Kresse have been rescuing raw materials, transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories, and donating 50% of profits back to charities. It all started with saving London’s decommissioned fire-hoses from ending up in a landfill. Rescuing more materials soon followed. Some repurposed items include shoe boxes, scrap leather, parachute silk, auction banners, and coffee sacks. By re-engineering seemingly useless wastes and combining them with traditional craftsmanship, these discarded materials are given a second life and a new range of accessories is born.