We know how important it is that our baby care products and clothing are fairly sourced. Fair Trade and organic products are much healthier option for our skin and our babies. So, as part of Fair Trade fortnight, we want to highlight the best places to buy environmentally-friendly and sustainable products for children.

Cam Cam Copenhagen

Cam Cam pride themselves on their eco-friendly products and social responsibility. They are a GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified company, which means all of their textiles contain at least 70 per cent organic fibres. Cam Cam also guarantee fair working conditions for their workers.

Two Little Magpies

This new company that launched in 2016 are providing a unique monochrome range of children’s clothing. They have a zero-waste policy when it comes to ink and fabric. Two Little Magpies print their designs onto fabric only sourced from brands that adhere to ethical and lawful working conditions.


The Hatley collection is inspired by nature and the fabrics are always ecologically sourced. The clothing production mostly takes place in India where the company support a local orphanage by providing funding, clothing and school supplies for children in the surrounding area. Hatley also make the effort to understand the manufacturing process and build relationships with their workers.

The Great British Baby Company

This luxury clothing brand only use natural British fabrics, which are sustainable and cause less damage to the environment in comparison to synthetic fabrics. The company also ensure that all their workers are paid the national living wage and their rights as employees are always upheld.

Bebe BomBom

Specialising in baby clothing for up to 24 months, Bebe BomBom identify sustainability as a core value of their brand. They ensure that everyone, from those who hand pick the Pima Cotton to the craftsmen and designers, are all treated fairly and ethically.

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Lauren Hyland
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As Editorial Assistant at My Baba, Lauren keeps our readers up-to-date with the latest London events: from family outings to workshops for children to date nights in the city, she knows exactly what’s on and where.

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