5 B Corp Brands (And Their Scores)

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As we work towards becoming B Corp certified and with B Corp month officially here, we’re kicking off with a sustainability series on B Corp brands making that extra effort to do what’s right for the environment and our communities.

What is B Corp? Known as the “gold standard” for sustainability, B Corp status requires companies to deliver on rigorous social and environmental standards. The five key areas of impact include governance, workers, community, environment and customers. Here are 5 popular B Corp brands you need to know!

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Overall Impact Score: 90.6

Visit GANNI’s Instagram

Based in Copenhagen and owned and run by husband-and-wife team Creative Director Ditte Reffstrup and Founder Nicolaj Reffstrup. In 2020, they launched the GANNI Gameplan setting ourselves 44 tangible goals to be reached by 2023 across four main pillars; People, Planet, Product and Prosperity.

For GANNI, acting responsibly is a moral obligation and that’s where becoming a B Corp brand comes in. On B Corp’s brand page for GANNI, it states they “are on a journey to minimise our social and environmental impact and strive to be a more responsible version of ourselves every day.”

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Overall Impact Score: 108.3

Visit Baujken’s Instagram

House of Baukjen is a London-based fashion company, home to B Corp brands: Baukjen womenswear and Isabella Oliver maternity wear. Focused on environmental, ethical and sustainable style, they are the first fashion company invited to the Terra Carta of HRH The Prince of Wales.

The House of Baukjen are also active members of the Fashion Pact and the United Nations Fashion Charter for Climate Action. These organisations work with industry leaders to collectively seek change in the fashion sector.

With the highest B Impact score on this list, House of Baukjen are committed to circular fashion. From responsible production to the recycling of garments and fabrics, House of Baukjen also gives back by donating at least 10% of their profits to charities each year.

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Overall Impact Score: 82.6

Visit Sézane’s Instagram

Founded in 2013 by Morgane Sézalory, Sézane was born from the desire to offer women the finest quality pieces with the perfect cut. Guided, since the beginning, by the desire to put actions before words, Sézane has created their philanthropic program DEMAIN (tomorrow in French) and follows a production model which respects the planet and its people.

Since 2018, this popular B Corp brand raised over 5 million euros for the philanthropic program DEMAIN. Every month, 10% of Sézane’s global sales and 100% of the proceeds from a dedicated design are donated to programs that support access to education and equal opportunities for children worldwide.

Sézane collections are certified by 5 of the industry’s most reliable certifications: GOTS, Oeko-Tex, FSC, Ecovero, RWS and RMS. Sézane became a certified B Corp brand in 2021.

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Overall Impact Score: 85.2

Visit Chloé’s Instagram

Chloé the first luxury fashion house to become B Corp certified. This exciting achievement came just 10 months after Gabriela Hearst took over the helm as Creative Director of the French Maison.

The Maison Chloé was founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne who wanted to liberate women’s bodies from the stiffly formal fashion of the time through a luxury ready-to-wear offering. The legacy of Chloé’s founder and her forward vision of femininity continues to inspire their long-term commitment to support women’s advancement, rebalance gender-based inequalities and promote inclusivity. 

This B Corp brand’s ultimate goal: creating beautiful products with meaningful impact.

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Overall Impact Score: 84.8

Visit Pangaia’s Instagram

From day one, Pangaia’s mission has been to accelerate and inspire an Earth-positive future. To achieve this, Pangaia has committed to taking responsibility across three planetary pillars: Climate Action, Water Health and Biodiversity.

Their team of scientists and partner laboratories around the world are also researching breakthrough innovative materials and regenerative & circular systems that empower their Earth-positive ambition. Why? Pangaia believes introducing new and lower-impact alternatives to the textile industry is crucial to limiting global warming and protecting biodiversity.

For Pangaia, a young company with purpose at its core, achieving B Corp brand certification is a major milestone, especially so early into our journey.

— Maria Srivastava, Chief Impact Officer at Pangaia

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