There are different sustainable and stylish strokes for different green-living folks. Luckily, Toronto has tons of eco labels tailored to your take on earth-friendly fashion.
Eco fabrics: Soy, organic cotton, hemp, silk and bamboo make up Monica Sosinski’s Namoda collection, including her paint-splattered dance top ($68, Heart on Your Sleeve, 61a Bellevue, 416-999-2197, www.namoda.biz).
Reclaimed objects: The Thera jewellery collection includes a series of found toy brick pieces like this blue Lego block ring ($160, Made You Look, 1338 Queen West, 416-463-2136, and other, www.therajewellery.com).
Recycled material: Jack & Marjorie bags are stitched together with repurposed rifle sling straps, army duffle bags and parachute fabric. The supersized Llewellyn tote ($210, Green Is Black, 624 Yonge, 416-454-5650, www.jackandmarjorie.com) is made from tent canvas and vegetable-dyed leather.
For a cause: A portion of Passenger Pigeon’s sales benefit FLAP (www.flap.org), the Fatal Light Awareness Project, so you can purchase this organic cotton Tiller jacket ($222, www.passengerpigeon.ca) with an extra-clear conscience.