Coastline stocks a range of brands that offer timeless, staple pieces for your wardrobe - things that never go out of style. Stop by the Coastline Fashion Truck, and you'll find good quality clothing at affordable prices (encouraging you to think about the cost per wear, rather than cheap fast fashion!). Lately, sustainability and our environment has been a big focus for Coastline and this is reflected below in the A - Z brand directory. It's important for Coastline to be transparent with you, so that you can take responsibility and learn where your clothes are made, and who by.

Brakeburn clothing represents a love  of being outdoors, whether it's on the beach at dawn, cycling to the office, or a weekend dog walk in the country. Brakeburn's team of talented designers use the beautiful surroundings of Dorset as inspiration to design hand drawn prints, unique detailing, flattering fits and comfortable fabrics. Brakeburn have more recently been using a lot more organic cottons and other sustainable fabrics and the design and production team have strong ties with their factories in India.


Louche is a labour of love; designed 'by women for women' who understand the diversity and personality of their audience. Nodding to catwalk trends but never controlled by them each collection offers unique style, fabulous fit, quirky bespoke details and a charming vintage touch. Louche London has launched sustainable collections for SS20 and AW20 and continue to grow this part of the brand. Clothing is designed in London and produced in China and India.  Louche visit their factories regularly, and  don’t work through any agents, so they know that the quality and upkeep of their factories are second to none in the area. Louche ask all their factories to be BSCI compliant (or equivalent).


Beautiful, feminine, affordable fashion for women who value original designer quality clothing and accessories. Pop London's purpose is to bring you joy and confidence through fashion and design because they care.

99% of Pop London collections are produced entirely from surplus or deadstock fabric including trims such as buttons. This fabric is the result of over-ordering or rejected prints by other fashion organisations.

Pop London's limited collections are designed in house and manufactured in India (a dumping ground for surplus fabrics) and they personally know all of the people in their supply chain and visit India for weeks at a time. 

Designs are not discounted as pricing is not inflated. The quality of Pop clothing and accessories far exceeds the price. They want more people to be able to afford sustainable fashion and participate in the positive change.

Pop designs are season relevant but not trend dependent. We hope you will enjoy way more than 30 wears per style!


Soft Rebels strive to design statement-making pieces and trusted classics that makes an almost painfully chic combination. Styling takes a turn in more than one direction, so you can choose to emphasize either your feminine or masculine side.

With sustainability still being the cornerstone, Soft Rebels have an impressive resume of innovative materials and processes which are friendlier on our environment:

Recycled polyester (yarn made out of recycled PET plastic).Organic cotton (grown on fields without the use of pesticides, chemical fertilisers, and defoliants).GOTS certified cotton (The Global Organic Textile Standard) - certified with the leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including both ecological and social criteria.EcoVero viscose (fibres derived from sustainable wood and pulp), coming from certified and controlled sources.Lenzing Modal is produced using Edelweiss technology which is an eco-friendly process. This means that the fibre is carbon-neutral.Tencel Lyocell (a natural cellulose fibre from the renewable raw material wood, created by photosynthesis). 

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Beautiful and unique handmade leather bags are just part of the story. Each bag is carefully handcrafted by Artisans from India looking for opportunities to up-skill and preserve generational craftsmanship. A fair trade for a fair wage, Soruka is creating opportunities for these economically disadvantaged people.

All Soruka bags are made from recycled leather that has been wasted by factories (scrap and/or "left over"). The quality of this leather is fantastic, but due to the small quantities it's deemed 'useless' by the manufacturer.

Normally, this would be the end of the story and the leather would end up in landfill. However, the artisans meticulously combine each piece together to create these fantastic bags. Unique and unrepeatable, every individual leather bag has a different colour combination.


An independent womenswear brand, based in Brighton, UK, Sugarhill specialise in hand illustrated prints, drawn up in their seaside studio.  Their products are made from organic cotton, viscose and they use eco friendly packaging. Through their #wearandcare campaign, Sugarhill donate £5 from the sale of each #wearandcare product to charities close to their hearts (Whoopsadaisy, Rainforest Trust, Plan International UK, The Clocktower Sanctuary, Rainbow Trust & Give Directly). They have enforced the Ethical Trading Policy on all suppliers and are a living wage employer.


​A Kent Based independent jewellery brand. Specialising in custom handcrafted statement cork earrings made using PeTA approved vegan cork leather. Offering a lightweight, durable and sustainable alternative to plastic faux and leather earrings. Founded with the aim to create an affordable, contemporary jewellery brand with sustainability and ethical practice always at the heart of the design process.  Trend Tonic is partnered with One Tree Planted​ to plant a tree for every item sold. Added bonus - no trees are cut down when harvesting cork!


It’s no longer the case that new footwear has to be a nightmare for sensitive feet. “A woman’s shoe has to combine comfort and style” is designer Vanessa Wu’s mantra. Comfortable and a pleasure to wear, these women’s shoes are perfect for the girl about town looking for originality and the feel-good factor.