Our stockists deserve the spotlight

September 28, 2020

There’s no question that moves need to be made in order to save our planet and push against the decline that we see happening to our environment. We are so proud of the Iron and Velvet community. Our stockists are constantly looking at ways they can be more sustainable. Whether it’s using eco-friendly packaging, being involved in carbon offset programmes, taking part in clean up days or donating profits etc. We are always learning from them and I am sure you will as well.

A handful of our stockists that we are spotlighting this month :

Friendly Turtle

This company is named Friendly Turtle because the founder is an avid diver. He has witnessed first-hand plastic pollution in the oceans and the effects it has on wildlife. Not only does this business make plastic free options more accessible they also donate 5% of all profits annually to The Marine Conservation Society!


As if running a sustainable business is not enough the owners of &Keep are public speakers educating people on plastic pollution. Natasha is a Eco Schools Green Flag Assessor and a Keep Britain Tidy #litterheros Ambassador. On top of that they regularly donate to charitable organisations.


A box subscription service with your monthly supply of cleaning products. The easiest way to swap into a plastic free cleaning routine as they have done the research and product testing for you. All high quality, vegan and good for the planet.


At least 10% of their profits go elsewhere! In 2020 they are donating to National Emergency Trust which assists people in times of crisis. Thank you Si-su!

The Greener Cleaner

This cleaning agency based in Brighton, Hove or Lewes who recommend exclusively green houshold cleaners and cleaning products for you. They have taken the time to educate customers on harsh chemicals found in cleaners and have even got a shop where you can purchase green cleaning products yourself.

Eco Bonobo

A family business that have recently had their first birthday. Congratulations Eco Bonobo! Natasha (Another one) who runs the business truly is the queen of the farmers market, always has such beautiful displays.

It’s 2020 and the climate change clock that was unveiled in Manhattan a week ago only has 7 years left on it before climate change irreversibly alters human existence.