April 28, 2017

This Brother Stands: Jamie Johnson

Jamie Johnson is one of 178 runners who have completed every Los Angeles marathon since its inception in 1986. He works for the US Post Office and gets his training in delivering packages. If you live in Los Angeles, who knows, maybe he dropped of your Brothers We stand order.

I came across this film on Hiut Denim’s brilliant blog which is always full of gold.  

April 25, 2017

Carry Somers on the Fashion Revolution Campaign

Great interview from Fashion Revolution co-founder Carry Somers on why we must demand to know "Who made our clothes?". 

April 25, 2017


This week marks the four year anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory disaster in Bangladesh. The Fashion Revolution campaign seeks to unite global consumers and industry insiders to demand revolutionary change in the way our clothes are produced.

Take a photo of your clothing label and use social media to ask brands #whomademyclothes?  

Find out more here

April 12, 2017

Brothers We Stand / Sit

Photography Jamie Hawkesworth, courtesy of J.W.Anderson

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April 10, 2017


Our founder Jonathan and resident 'hoodlum in the park' shares why the ethical fashion movement matters to him. 

1. Not forgetting the sad things that are going on around the world at the moment, this planet is pretty amazing and we need to look after it. By choosing to support designers that are operating in the least harmful way possible we will reduce the negative environmental impact of the fashion industry.

An added benefit is that as fashion is such an important industry culturally I think the industry can play a role in inspiring other industries to imagine a sustainable future.

2. The men and women who make our clothes are like you and I. They have hopes, dreams and fears. By choosing to spend your money with fashion brands that respect their employees we can create positive working environments for the people who make our clothes.

3. It makes you smile. It feels great to put on a t-shirt that you know has been made by a brother or sister in humanity who has laboured over it in decent conditions.

The marketing campaigns that bombard us tell us that owning more and more stuff makes us happy. I think the reality is that happiness and fulfilment are found more in being part of something bigger than ourselves and that is what ethical fashion is all about for me.

Jonathan Mitchell 

March 31, 2017

From boats to bags

Meet mimycri , the German designers working alongside refugees to create beautiful bags out of broken rubber boats. You can support their crowdfunding campaign here

Alice Nicolov from Protein magazine has written a great article about the project and she concludes, "We've spoken a lot about the power of creative endeavour to break down barriers between people recently. mimycri is another brilliant example of how an innovative project that brings creative minds together to combine their skills can start to implement real change." 

March 21, 2017


The time has come for a fashion revolution. 

Image by the radical Knowledge Cotton Apparel

March 20, 2017

Restock! Restock! Restock!

Back by popular demand, and loved by hair stylists, teachers and butchers alike, the Brothers We Stand recycled cotton/ plastic bottle sweatshirts are back in stock. Get yours here
March 15, 2017

Carlos Hache

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Who spots the Brothers We Stand man? 

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March 13, 2017

Spring has sprung

Spring has sprung and it's time to get out there and feel the sun on your back. Do it in ethical style with Thought's new collection of hemp and organic cotton staples. 


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