Let’s celebrate Earth Day with eco-friendly kid’s brands on OrderWizz! Earth Day is a moment meant to acknowledge the wonder of our planet and our responsibility to future generations to protect it. These brands treat every day like it’s Earth Day, incorporating sustainability into all aspects of their production process all year round.

Whether using organic and recycled materials or working with partners that guarantee fair wages and ethical practices, these eco-friendly kid’s brands consciously produce their collections. Treat the modern family to thoughtfully designed products that are created with the sustainability they value by adding these brands to your store! Meet these brands now to learn more about their practices and initiatives, and to get a glimpse at their collections that are ready to be ordered.


Little Hedonist

Little Hedonist is a brand based on the belief that kid’s clothing can look good, be comfortable, and be good for the planet. Designed to last and be passed on, their gender neutral silhouettes and earth-tones are timeless. Sourcing nothing but the best organic cotton, they seek to minimize their own and their customers impact on our planet.

This year, Little Hedonist has launched a “Collect for Fashion” program. To encourage families to help be part of the solution to our world’s trash problem, Little Hedonist is offering 10% off to customers that tag them in posts on Instagram that show them cleaning up trash. Just like sustainability, this initiative never goes out of style! Any time someone tags Little Hedonist, they’ll receive a discount code.

See & order their SS24 collection in stock now on OrderWizz!


Studio Koter

After identifying a need in the kidswear market for a modular wardrobe, Studio Koter launched to offer just that. Their first drop features 17 carefully considered silhouettes, with genderless styles that can be worn season after season. Every piece is interchangeable, and sustainably produced. By partnering with artisan factories in London and Porto, they produce in close proximity and are sure their producers are paid fair wages.

Studio Koter constructs their garments for minimal waste and maximum function. Using traceable deadstock, organic, or recycled materials, there is a limited number of each product. Studio Koter believes in keeping the circular economy in mind with every step of their production process.

Shop their in stock products on OrderWizz!



Centered around the values of family and tradition, meet Tangerine. With a heritage rooted in the Mediterranean, they draw inspiration from timeless silhouettes, natural beauty, and nostalgic childhood memories. They believe that style and beauty can be created consciously to reduce negative social and environmental impacts.

Caring for people and nature, Tangerine sources the finest materials and repurposes fabrics in partnership with ethical factories around Morocco. Each Tangerine collection is a celebration of craftsmanship and pays homage to the beauty of imperfections, creating products that blend tradition with contemporary wardrobes.

Pre-orders on their new collection close April 30th, so order soon!

Then, come meet them in Paris June 29 – July 1!



Swimwear that is anti-UV and eco-responsible is possible thanks to Baïnes! Designed in France and made in Portugal, their swimwear shows that style and sustainability can go hand in hand. Their products are made from recycled materials that are highly resistant to chlorine and sunscreen, protect to UPF50+, are pill-resistant, and offer stretch that makes them as comfortable as they are colorful.

Baïnes uses ECONYL to make their swimwear. This innovative material is made from plastic debris and fishing nets from the ocean. To make ECONYL, fisherman collect plastic waste in the Mediterranean. Then, it is treated and recycled to return it to its original quality. Next, it is crushed and melted. The plastic flakes are then transformed into threads and woven into beautiful, bright, Baïnes collections.

Restock your store with their sustainable, sun-safe swimwear!


The Sunday Collective

Using organic and recycled fabrics and carefully selected production partners, The Sunday Collective creates collections for children to explore, discover, and grow in. Each aspect of this brand is centered around their values of quality, sustainability, and equality.

In addition to their seasonal collections inspired by childhood memories, The Sunday Collective has launched an environmentally friendly collection called TSC Naturals. Designed to be unisex, no two pieces are exactly the same. Made with 100% certified organic cotton, the new TSC Naturals collection uses minerals to dye the fabrics with less water and ensure a better color fastness.

Explore their collections on OrderWizz before seeing them in person in Paris and New York this summer!


Probe Balloon

Transparent and ethical, Probe Balloon designs sustainable kid’s clothing. Working with local suppliers and manufactures, they have created high-tech fabrics that are more practical. Avoiding wrinkles or stains, their garments are able to last longer.

By making their clothes more durable, children are free to play and have fun. Their designs and manufacturing are done 100% in Spain, all with their own distinct identity. Probe Balloon is on a mission to change the world and promote responsible consumption.

Pre-order their new collection for next fall, and restock with their SS24 collection!


We hope you enjoyed celebrating Earth Day with these eco-friendly kid’s brands on OrderWizz! You can place orders on their collections available in stock or for pre-order year round on OrderWizz, which is the only B2B ordering platform that is free of commissions, has no intermediaries, and is 100% dedicated to the kids’ fashion and lifestyle market.

Buyers, photographers, press, influencers, and other professionals will be able to register to get their pass to Playtime Paris June 29-July 1 and Playtime & Kid’s Hub New York July 28-30 starting tomorrow, so mark your calendars and start preparing your visit to the most important events of the summer!


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Madeline Blankenship
Madeline Blankenship