Can fashion be fair? Yes!
Here are some of our key initiatives
Our products are made by over 700 suppliers around the world. Together, we’re working to improve wage management systems, to make sure that everybody’s individual skills are taken into account when deciding wages. Our work on factory level has also resulted in democratically elected worker representatives for over 1.1 million garment workers.
A ban on forced labour and child labour
We take a zero-tolerance approach to both forced labour and child labour. All suppliers working for us must sign and comply with our strict anti-forced-labour and anti-child-labour policies. In 2020, we identified 0 cases of child labour.Read more
For us, it’s quite simple. We believe all animals deserve a just treatment and shouldn’t be objected to suffering. This is why we aim to only source animal-based materials from farms with good animal care, breeding and management. That’s also why we don’t perform animal tests on any of our beauty products, and why we’re exploring ways to replace materials like wool, leather and down with more sustainable alternatives. Fur has been a big no-no from the very start.