Good News! We achieved an A+ rating in the highly respected Australian Ethical Fashion Guide -- for the second year running. To find out more information, and to check how your other favourite brands did, see www.behindthebarcode.org.au
1. Asking your favourite label #whomademyclothes? Put pressure on them to have greater transparency in their supply chains, and implement social and environmental standards. (see the box for an idea of what to say). 2. Consume less by consuming better: buy the best quality you can afford so it lasts, repair, reuse and recycle your clothes, purchase second hand. Experiment with a minimalist wardrobe. Purchase from ecofashion labels. 3. Educate yourself on the issues. A great place to start is here: https://www.fashionrevolution.org/further-reading/
I am your customer and I love your style. However, I feel like not enough positive change has happened in the five years since Rana Plaza collapsed, the tragedy which injured and killed thousands of garment workers in Bangladesh.
It is very important to me that people working in your supply chain are seen, heard, paid properly and work in safe conditions.
So please tell me #whomademyclothes and where I can find out more information about your supply chain.
Lots of love....XX!
(use this text as a starting point for writing to your favorite brands to ask #whomademyclothes (words courtesy of fashionrevolution.org)
Our Mighty Good Supply Chain
We source our underwear from two supply chains -- both based in India, and centred around the West Bengal city of Kolkata. Each of these supply chains are summarised below. If you want more information about each company we would recommend consulting their websites below: