Ethical Fashion Brands Participating in Vogue’s Online Shopping Night Out

Kira Simpson

I’m the first to admit that Vogue’s Online Shopping Night Out encourages mindless consumerism.

They create this hype, “it’s on sale, so lets buy everything!”, which most us fall prey to. I’ve been there before and know how easy it is to be sucked in.

I don’t support or encourage mindless shopping, particularly buying only because it’s a bargain.


However, ethical fashion brands can be expensive so I see this night as a great time to invest in your sustainable wardrobe and find that ethically made piece you’ve been searching for, without breaking the bank.

There are some fantastic Australian brands taking part tomorrow night. Many are Ethical Clothing Australia Certified and some, like the Country Road Group, are making progress in the sustainable fashion space.

As always, shop mindfully and only buy what you love and will to death.

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The brands

Viktoria & Woods – OFFER: 20% OFF Past Seasons Including Sale

Bassike – OFFER: Take a further 20% off already reduced items and free shipping on all orders

Dharma Bums – OFFER: Enjoy 25% off full price Leggings, Tees and Relaxed Pants

Country Road – OFFER: 25% off everything

Nobody Denim – OFFER: 30% off all full-price styles PLUS an additional 30% off already reduced styles

Myer – OFFER: 25% off the original price of women’s, men’s and kid’s clothing (you can find some of their ethically made brands in this story)

Levis – OFFER: 30% off storewide (check out their waterless cotton range)

Mimco – OFFER: 20% off MIMCO’s Full Priced Collection + Free shipping


Misha Collection – OFFER: 20% off sitewide!

David Jones – OFFER: Save 20% on a great range of full-priced and reduced women’s and men’s fashion (see our list of David Jones ethical brands here)

Dinosaur Designs – OFFER: Receive a $50 gift voucher when you spend $200 or more

Natural and cruelty free beauty brands

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Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is an environmentalist and sustainability expert. She started The Green Hub as a blog in 2015, which has since grown to become one of Australia’s largest education sites dedicated to helping people live a more sustainable lifestyle.