Tribe Alive cares for everyone involved in their clothing supply chain. From the customer’s experience wearing their cropped trousers to the park, to the artisan being paid a fair wage to assemble the product, to the weavers commissioned to make the bolt of cotton, Tribe Alive wants to ensure everyone involved is given a dignified part of the story. They understand the earth is another often overlooked character in this narrative and limit their impact by making clothes that will last, are free of toxic dyes, and use nearly all up-cycled or organic materials. Their model is moving the fashion industry toward a more humane approach, where the earth and the maker is valued as much as the consumer. And their clothes are pretty awesome-looking, too.