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Birdsong is a sustainable and ethical womenswear brand. Founded in 2014, Birdsong was inspired by the great skill and creativity in women’s community groups.

With the fashion industry 'addicted' to Photoshop, and wholesale exploitation of millions of female garment workers worldwide, an ethical fashion brand championing women from worker to wearer was born. Starting with just a couple of grants in the bank, and the experience of the Year Here programme for social entrepreneurs, Birdsong has to date channelled over £100,000 into women’s organisations in London.

Birdsong state that despite currently only producing womenswear, there is hope to produce menswear at some point in the future. All Birdsong t-shirts and jackets come in unisex sizing and intended for any gender.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
The Interchange, St Mary's Flats, Doric Wayx, London NW1 1LB
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Lingerie; Accessories; Bags; Jewellery

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express; PayPal; Klarna; Apple Pay; Google Pay

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery

Key Executives
Founder: Sophie Slater; Suanna Wen; Sarah Neville
Marketing Director: Sophie Slater - sophie@birdsong.london

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