Since 2001, Koi Suwannagate has been turning vintage cashmere into clothes with sculptural fabric embellishments. Organic cotton dress, $690.
Handstitching is a signature of Alabama Chanin. A curvy jacket shows off the company's clay-dyed organic cotton.
This silk "balloon" shirt ($660) comes from Noir, a Danish company that supports cotton workers in sub-Saharan Africa.
The flats from Niki Robinson for Té Casan, left ($245), use recycled fabric; the Corso Como pair, right ($140), are of vegetable-dyed leather.
The vivid color of this handwoven ikat jacket from Madeline Weinrib ($1,600) comes from madder root and walnuts.
A silk dress produced locally ($300) reflects Anna Cohen's commitment to her Portland, Oregon, community.
Eileen Fisher now interprets her easy, unfussy fashion philosophy with eco-friendly fibers, like hemp (sweater, $158).
Cruelty-free carryalls from Matt & Nat, whose handbags have superior style but use no animal products (lead-free PVC bag, $160).
"I'm not a Birkenstock person," Bahar Shahpar has said, but her clothing, of organic and recycled textiles, has a conscience (blouse, $180).