We Support Sustainable Brands

In honor of Earth Day, we're featuring the brands we love who make sustainability a priority. Enter the sweepstakes to win a CUUP bra.
We Support Sustainable Brands

At CUUP, we strive to use practices that are as sustainable as possible. We’re always looking for ways we can do even more to reduce waste and protect our planet. And we support other brands that are also making sustainability a priority. Read about a few of our favorites — and enter your email to win something from them and from CUUP:

Act+Acre

This haircare brand’s ingredients go through the Cold Process Method™ so that they maintain the highest nutrient levels possible, and use 90% less energy than other common production processes.

Brother Vellies

The South African shoe company does a great job being transparent about  sustainability, mapping out the sourcing of their materials, the farmers and suppliers, and their carbon footprint.

Reformation

Sustainability is what they’re known for. And it’s because they do it really well, making it their top priority on every level. They start at the very infrastructure of their company, and maintain all the way through to humane practices in their factories — transparently documented on their website.

Trades 

Trades: Fully organic hand soap made from essential oils that comes in packaging that’s both recycled and recyclable— and looks nicer than the plastic bottles you’re used to.

Re/Done

Los Angeles-based Re/Done manufactures all their repurposed denim in Downtown Los Angeles, and use a fraction of the average amount of water typically used to make denim.

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