Vegan. Organic. Eco-friendly. Vintage. The ways to embrace sustainability and fair trade through fashion are bountiful in their number, as is being highlighted during Fashion Revolution this week.

Curating all of the above, Antibad is carving out a place for itself online as the one-stop digital marketplace that brings together contemporary womenswear and accessories in a bid to reshape perceptions around sustainable fashion once and for all.

Spanning nine categories on site, which include pieces from brands such as Dutch-based Mud Jeans– which produces its models through recycling old pairs – and Los Angeles-based footwear brand, Rafa – whose vegan ‘suede’ silhouettes are hand-crafted by local artisans – the platform’s Founder and Director, Agatha Lintott, sources sustainable style from the four corners of the earth.

Our Managing Editor, Abigail Gurney-Read, met with Agatha to find out more. Plus, if you wish to delve further, you’ll be able to hear Agatha discuss narratives around transparency in a panel hosted by Antibad at London College of Fashion this evening.

Be part of the solution; click here to discover Antibad.