Good On You is your trusted source of sustainability ratings for fashion. Join more than a million people worldwide using Good On You to shop better and create a sustainable future.
The Good On You app gives you the power to easily check the impact of your favourite fashion brands on the issues you care about. Use the app to discover better alternatives, learn more about ethical fashion shopping, and get exclusive offers from the best brands.
Browse over 3,000 brands, all assessed against our comprehensive rating system. Each brand receives an easy-to-understand rating out of five, from 'We Avoid' (1) to 'Great' (5), and individual scores for its impact on people, the planet, and animals.
If the brand you're looking for isn't listed yet, just hit a button and we'll rate it! And if your favourite brand doesn’t make the grade, use Good On You to find sustainable alternatives that meet your needs. You can also use your consumer power by sending a message to brands, urging them to do better.
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**At a glance**
Find out how 3,000 brands impact on people, the planet, and animals. New brands added every month.
Discover new ethical and sustainable fashion brands that will make you look good and feel great.
Save on sustainable fashion with exclusive offers from high-rated brands.
Read news, tips, and style edits from the world of ethical fashion and lifestyle.
Make your voice heard by sending feedback to brands.
**What they’re saying**
“Good On You is my benchmark for ethical shopping.” - Emma Watson
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“Good On You is the place to find brands making genuine efforts to curb their carbon footprint.” - New York Times
“Good On You is a must-download for anyone trying to buy better.” - Dazed
“The free Good On You app is a useful guide to everything from vegan materials, to how a brand is performing in terms of labour conditions or animal welfare.” - The Guardian