Modern Rascals | Organic & Fair-Trade Clothing Brands


We stock collections from our favourite brands and some from those whose love for colours and patterns matches ours. Because sometimes you have to colour outside the lines.

Our focus is to provide Canada & the USA with sustainable, organic, fair-trade, and gender neutral clothing from ages 0 to 12.

 4funkyflavours logo


4funkyflavours believes that all Children start their life open minded and they encourage them to stay close to themselves. They hope to give them a bit of creativity so they start confident and without prejudice the first years of their life.

They have a strong focus on sustainability, both environmental and social. They require that all suppliers sign their code of conduct, and conduct regular inspections in order to ensure that work is being done in a safe and friendly work environment at a fair wage. In addition, at least once a year they visit their suppliers, both by appointment or unannounced.

Beb & Ooo Logo

United Kingdom

Do you question why some trousers have had bows sewn on at the ankles that would otherwise be perfectly unisex? Ponder if there really is that much demand for glittery t-shirts? Wonder why clothes for boys over the age of one suddenly reduce to a colour palette of blue, khaki and grey? Ever wanted to break open the multi-pack of baby grows to just buy the one with the fun print? Donned a biro to colour in some pink stitching or questioned why Scandinavian children have the nicest choice of clothes?

Boys & Girls Shop Logo

United Kingdom

 Boys&Girls Shop in an East London based company that creates vibrant clothes for lively babies, toddlers & kids. Based around a core range of simple sweat shapes, their clothes are colourful, comfortable, modern & fun with an emphasis on great unisex pieces that are perfect for all types of play. Each garment is created with care with 100% GOTS certified cotton (fair trade where possible).

CeLaVi Logo


CeLaVi is a Danish brand that is created with focus on well-being. It should be great fun to be a ”real mischief-maker”, who lives, plays, and explores in all kinds of weather.

This rain gear is a European forest school favourite for a reason!

DUNS Sweden logo


DUNS Sweden is focused on three things: organic, unisex and unique. They are always completely transparent about their production and working conditions. In fact, you can take a tour here.

The entire production of DUNS Sweden is certified by GOTS and controlled by ControlUnion. All employees have a salary that exceeds the Living Wage for India with approximately 20%. (Read more on Living Wage) Working days are between 9 and 5. Overtime is paid and voluntary. If the heat is to strong the working hours are adjusted. The unit has 20 permanent employees and 25 floating (meaning they have special knowledge and work in different units depending on if their expertise is needed). 

GRIMMS Wooden Toys at Modern Rascals


Grimms makes lovely wooden toys perfect for open ended and imaginative play. The wood is sourced from sustainably managed forests in Europe. They use alder, lime, beech and maple trees. All colors and oils used are non-toxic, and are certified in accordance with the EN 71 and CPSIA/ASTM 963 standards. 

Fraulein Prusselise


Fraulein Prusselise is a German company that specialized in FUN socks for both kiddos and their parents.

JNY at Modern Rascals


JNY is a Swedish children's brand Our ambition is to constantly create beautiful prints that appeals to kids in four yearly collections. We believe that kids want to be kids and not small adults. Let kids be kids.” - Malin Käll, designer JNYkids

JNY is designed in Sweden and manufactured in LIthuania

KuKuKid Logo


Rebel, but Cute.

This Polish brand is designed and manufactured in Poland, so that they can ensure the fair treatment of their workers, as well as the support of the Polish Textile industry.

Little Green Radicals Logo

United Kingdom

Little Green Radicals is a UK company with a mission to make beautiful kids clothes the right way. They have always been 100% organic and use fair trade materials. You can read more about their workers and how they treat them (including fair wages and maternity leave) here

maxomorra logo


Maxomorra is characterized by functional clothing design with playful colours and patterns. They focus on high quality, eco-friendly, ecological sustainability, and socially responsible textile productionThe importance of organic and social sustainability in everything Maxomorra does includes the production of high quality goods. Other core values are transparency, honesty and simplicity. Their values govern both their daily business and their long-term goals.

more than a fling logo


More Than a Fling is a sub-brand of DUNS Sweden, offering affordable organic clothes produced with the same level of care and consideration.

They are always completely transparent about their production and working conditions. In fact, you can take a tour here.

Moromini logo


Moromini is a Swedish children's brand with the goal of creating beautiful and durable garments with a lot of attitude. With a focus on patterns and colour, and inspiration drawn from children's drawings, we can create magic. All Moromini garments are made by adults in Europe.

Piccalilly at Modern Rascals

United Kingdom

Piccalilly sources their organic cotton from a very special project called Chetna Organic, a fair trade cotton programme with a mission to improve the livelihood of smallholder farmers by making their farm systems more sustainable and profitable. The Chetna farmers also own a 10% share in the factory that makes the clothes too!

Pride Socks United States Logo

United States

At Pride Socks, they believe when people are proud of who they are, where they are and what they do in life, they can and will accomplish their dreams.


Made in the US!

 Raspberry Republic Logo


Raspberry Republic is a crisp brand for children, which produces lovely clothing with interesting patterns. They use the highest quality GOTS Certified Organic Cotton. All clothes are designed, printed, and manufactured in Poland, allowing them to be confident in the fair treatment of their workers.

Rice by Rice Denmark Logo


The RICE dream is to make your everyday more colorful, but they do work with their hearts as well. At RICE they make sure that they follow international standards regarding corporate social responsibility. Most of their products are made by workers in third world countries, and they make sure that all products are produced with high regards to human rights, healthy labor conditions and with no use of child labor. RICE meets the requirements of the SA8000 standard and uses Global Compact as a guideline for doing business responsibly.

Slugs and Snails Tights


Slugs & Snails is a small family fun business on the west coast of Ireland. Their products are famous for their quirky gender neutral designs, which last and last season on season offering both superb value for money and a welcome break away from kids clothes that are overly disposable. They are currently transitioning away from Oeko-Tex organic cotton to use exclusively GOTS certified organic cotton.

Smafolk Logo


From Smafolk, a Danish brand for little ones. Known for their retro 70s vibe and colourful collections.

As of 2018, Smafolk has switched to using Organic Cotton in their blends.

Sture & Lisa Logo 100% organic and fair trade cotton


Sture o Lisa's goal is to produce children's clothing in GOTS Certified Organic and Fairtrade cotton, for baby and children 0-4 years. 

The Bunting Tree Logo

United Kingdom

The Bunting Tree is a brand new clothing line designed in the UK and ethically made in India.

One of the best things is that The Bunting Tree won't be releasing seasonal ranges, but will regularly add to their collection of timeless, bright and bold garments which we believe are unique and gender neutral. This means that there will be less fashion waste, which is always a good thing!

Tootsa MacGinty Logo

United Kingdom

Tootsa MacGinty is a UK brand with collections are styled exclusively for children, we don’t have separate sections for boys and girls.

They work closely with our manufacturer in China and their small family run factories in Portugal. All are registered with SEDEX (Suppliers Ethical Data Exchange) to ensure that they conform to ethical standards. 

Whistle & Flute Logo


The Whistle and Flute Philosophy - they believe that fashion should be for everyone. Their clothing can be worn by any gender and any age. They aim to make clothing that can be played in and lived in.  Our clothing is made using safe inks, the softest fabrics and are sweatshop free. 



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