Mae Sue in the media

On various blogs and website has been written about MaeSue.com. Read here what others say about us. At Mae Sue you'll find beautiful ethical clothing.

La Gazette de Montpellier

The local newspaper la Gazette de Montpellier promoted the pop-up shop of Mae Sue during the whole month of December in their shopping section. " What a pleasure to stroll in this shop where European designers are put forward. The peculiarity of this concept is that all the clothes are eco-responsible, the items combine quality, style, respect for the man and the environment, and made with natural materials such as organic cotton and Modal. We find handmade lingerie in Montpellier. There are also glasses "upcycle" of the French brand Lunel Vintage, and we also love the Lavendera brand and many other Spanish, Swedish trends ..."

Viva

The Dutch magazine Viva wrote about the pop-up shop of Mae Sue in the issue of the last week of January 2019: "I think susaintable and fairtrade clothes are often too expensive or old-fashioned, but not at this shop at a cute square. You can buy supernice and hip clothes for an affordable price."

Happinez

The French Happinez magazine shared one of the t-shirts for men in the magazine of july 2018. 

Eat Pure Love

"From fast fashion to slow fashion! This is pretty much the motto of the sustainable fashion webshop MaeSue.com where you can shop the clothes of Thinking Mu. Founder Linda only focuses on European fair fashion brands, because why would you let your fair clothing travel the world, while so much more is being produced closer to home?" Read more at eatpurelove.nl.

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Bloomers

Mae Sue is on the e-boutique list of Bloomers, and the handsome couple has posted a pretty picture on Instagram, wearing Mae Sue clothing. Check the picture here.

Good for

MaeSue.com makes sustainable fashion accessible. MaeSue has been launched the Fashion Revolution Week. Owner Linda explains why she started a sustainable webshop: "I want everyone to have access to honest and sustainable clothing. There are so many prejudices about sustainable fashion: 'It is for hippies, it is unflattering and it is too expensive'. Fortunately, these prejudices no longer apply. There are now enough clothing brands that make stylish and affordable sustainable clothing. With MaeSue I want to bring these sustainable clothing brands to the attention. " Read more at goodfor.nl.

The Green Monki

"One of these eco-friendly eshops that I've had the chance to collaborate with recently is French based Mae Sue. They focus on European brands that produces their clothes in a fair and ethical way and you can find on the website some essentials of the green fashionista's wardrobe such as Know the Origi,, Dedicated and  Thinking Mu!

I particularly loove the Lodi Dress made of Lenzig Modal, a super soft eco-friendly fabic a bit similar to tencel that comes from cellulose (aka trees managed in a sustainable way). I actually had it shorten a little bit as I'm very small but now it's the perfect basic for the summer from beach to party! It's so eco it's  actually biodegradable and feels so soft on the skin!! " Read more at thegreenmonki.net.

Moderne Hippies

A beautiful classic: this beige jumpsuit from Näz, obtained through fair trade online store Mae Sue. The webshop cooperates with various cool sustainable European brands that have been selected with care. A plus: all garments they sell are produced in a fair and ecological way. What a beautiful thing, do not you think? It is hand made in Portugal and made from 100% recovered linen (residual material!). Extra details are the details, such as the semi-open back and the belt around the waist. And: he is also available in copper red (just as beautiful!). Read more at Modernehippies.nl

Grizette

This magazine wrote about the pop up shop of Mae Sue in Montpellier. "Mae Sue is an online store of slow fashion for men and women. European brands, all of which have the common point of being produced in a fair way, while respecting the environment." Read more at Grizette.com.

Clementine la Mandarine

Clementine about Mae Sue: " Any new online store managed by the adorable Linda, MaeSue offers brands that I had never seen elsewhere. We feel a real work of research of small creators, original and little known. What a joy to discover new styles! The clothes are rather chic, and it's great because the lack of research at the style level and a kind of uniformity of the look "green" is often blamed on ecological fashion. " Read more at clementinelamandarine.com.

Kouwe kleren

"The colour, the material, the open back, the length of the legs... I do not know exactly where I should start with the jubilation of this jumpsuit. What a nice item! I found this jumpsuit at the new online store MaeSue, where you can see beautiful fair fashion finds all kinds of well-known and surprising brands, even for men! " Read more at kouwekleren.nl.

IznowGood

Celine about one of the jumpsuits: "It is of absolute comfort and so light that it allowed me to live with delight the hot weather of recent days. She is also, as you can imagine, respectful of what I defend. It is made in India in a fair way and is made entirely of organic cotton. It comes from the Spanish brand Thinking Mu which strives to provide a more responsible fashion at affordable prices." Read more at iznowgood.com

Mevrouw Miauw

"I could wear this outfit on weekdays, but also to a festival, the length of the dress gives me a super comfortable feeling." The slits on the side make it a little more playful and a bit less serious. The dress falls nicely around my body. I think it's clear, but I'm going to write it down again: I'm very happy with this dress." Read more at mevrouwmiauw.nl

Blackbirds and Cakes

"Mae Sue is a brand new fair fashion online store and now one of my favourites!" Linda, the founder of Mae Sue, has the mission to break with the prejudices around sustainable fashion, and she found the supply in sustainable clothing stores to be disappointing. She has set up her own webshop and at Mae Sue you can shop fair fashion from various European brands." Read more at www.blackbirdsandcakes.nl.

My Ethical Closet

"My most recent discovery. MaeSue offers women's and men's clothing at accessible prices (currently there is only one product above 100 €). The selection is superb and the products all come from ethical brands (of course) and European brands. " Read more at myethicalcloset.net.

Chantoile

"This beautiful & minimalistic jumpsuit is not only great, but it also stands out and fits well. At the first look I fell in love! I found this jumpsuit at the new online store Mae Sue. Full of sustainable clothing for women and men with a minimalist look. This jumpsuit jumped out of the screen for me." Read more at Chantoile.nl.

Lucyness

"The words of Linda, the designer, sum up perfectly: "With Mae Sue, I want to allow everyone to buy ecological clothing and fair trade. There is still so much prejudice about this type of clothing, "it's for hippies, it does not really have style and it's too expensive". Fortunately, these prejudices no longer exist. Today, there are different brands that offer ethical clothing with style and at an affordable price. With Mae Sue, I want to give weight to these brands. " Read more at Lucyness.net.

Happy Green Me

"MaeSue is a brand new online store based in Montpellier offering clothing for men and women. Linda, her creator wants to deconstruct prejudices on ethical fashion: "ethical fashion is for hippies," "ethical fashion is too expensive," etc. It selects young and trendy European brands that are very accessible and produce their clothes in an ecological and fair way. There are already well-known brands like Thinking Mu and younger brands like Näz." Read more at happygreen.me.

Mode in Montpellier

Fashionblogger Léa shared a look with one of the skirts from Mae Sue. Check the look here.

Greenblush

"Yes, good news! Sustainable fashion is now even more accessible, because this week (during fashion revolution week!) The fair fashion web shop MaeSue.com was launched. The webshop has a unique collection of fair trade and ecological clothing, contemporary and for a young audience." Read more at Greenblush.nl.

Happy New Green

manon of Happy New Green has mentioned Mae Sue in the Shopping estival // part 3 and she shared a cute picture on Instagram

Echos Verts

In this blogspost about ethical and sustainable linen Natascha mentions Mae Sue. 

Mae Sue is also mentioned on:

 The list of sustainable fashion online stores and shops of Fairfashionstyle.nl

Our Favourite Fair Fashion Webshops at Fairfriday.nl

Fair fashion webshop at thegreenguide.nl

Fair fashion online stores at eerlijkwinkelen.nl

Fair Fashion Shops list at Esmeelifestyle.nl

Annuaire de la mode éthique op Ethizedo.fr

Would you like to work together with Mae Sue? Do you have specific questions or would you like to make an appointment for an interview? Then please contact Linda.