Who Made My Clothes 2018
Author: Mel Broughton Date Posted:7 May 2018
While we may be a bit late on the bandwagon this message is always relevant!
Who Made My Clothes?
It’s that time of the year again!
A week when the spotlight is put on the fashion industrty as customers ask “Who made my clothes?”
Thinking beyond ourselves and how our brand impacts the world is a priority for us.
We don’t want to promote thoughtless consumerism but rather highlight good practices and outward thinking.
We are encouraged by the changing textile landscape with sustainability and ethical production becoming the rule not the exception as continued pressure is being put on fashion companies.
Our factories do not employ workers under the age of 18, their working conditions, quality and pay are fair and above Chinese government standards. The growth of bamboo gives poorer rural communities an income, and the workers are not exposed to chemicals when working on our plantations.
It’s important to give value to the talented ladies who help keep our business running so here are some of the women who made your clothes:
For more information about the Fashion Revolution visit their gram: @fash_rev or their website: fashionrevolution.org