The Good Trade – A Zero Waste + Sustainable Fair!

The Good Trade – A Zero Waste + Sustainable Fair!

Mynila Team September 21, 2018 Lifestyle

The Good Trade’s back on October 13 and 14 at Central Square BGC. They have gathered purpose-driven brands that can help you make social change.

Whether you’re looking for refillables and tools to aid the transition to zero waste, cause-driven brands to support, to curate an ethical capsule wardrobe, or switch to a vegan skin care routine – they’ve got you covered!

Here are some of Mynila favorite merchants:

Market bags have never looked this chic with The Simple Trade‘s French bags! They offer eco-friendly tools designed to replace single-use disposable plastics. Founded in 2018, the brand continues to expand its offering of products for home, bath, beauty, and on-the-go use, aimed at reducing environmental impact. Every item is carefully chosen in hopes that they contribute to a zero-waste lifestyle and positive social influence.


The Bamboo Company, a start-up eco-friendly company that aims to preserve the beauty of the Philippines by reducing plastic wastes and providing an environmental friendly lifestyle of exploring the world. Their vision is to have a clean water around the Philippines where marine life can thrive and live peacefully and unharmed by plastic wastes.


Tala Workshop: an artisanal line of small batch handcrafted creations inspired by life


SOW Plantshop Plants + Botanical Homewares, Potted Plants, Floral Arrangements & Homewares


Siklo Pilipinas was established in 2012 and overtime had upcycled over 17 tons of discarded tyre inner tube. Island backpacking also evolved into island bikepacking where some Siklo designs were tested. Laid-back and simple characterize Siklo bags.


Qubo PH, a DIY garden kit that elegantly ties up minimalist aesthetics, sustainable packaging, and a unique customer-centric experience: “Anyone can plant”!


Neotiv: every pair of shoe and its material is 100% locally made and sourced. Its use of intricately hand- woven Philippine indigenous textile from different groups of the country is creatively adapted into each product to suit every person from different walks of life.


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Larone Artisans: handmade handbags inspired by nature, created from nature


Inka Atletika‘s pieces are so versatile you can wear it #FromGymToSwim. Ethically made in the PH.


Amami: celebrates traditional handcrafted Philippine heritage jewelry with the aim of reviving an endangered craft, empower & sustain livelihood for local artisans


Albero Gives reclaimed wood a second life by transforming them into functional statement pieces