Ever wondered about the source of the dress which you have purchased for the same price as a decent fast food meal? When we think about the time and material that goes into making that piece of garment fabric, sewing, packaging, shipping and taxes, how is it possible?.
The fashion and textile industry has been known for it exploitations of resources and unsustainable manufacturing practices. The fast, cheap fashionable clothing we have in our wardrobe, they are most possibly made in factories that exploits cheap labour with abysmal working conditions.
Everyone needs to understand that every little choices that we make matters. While paying a higher price does not guarantee the piece of garment was made ethically, but when we purchase cheap fast fashion, most certainly contribute to the environmental and social issues of the industry today.
For a start, as a small company, we are committed to finding and working with 100% sweatshop-free factory who shows business ethics and social responsibility in ensuring that fair wages are paid, guarantees that no child labour is allowed within their facto- ries, and maintains a safe working environment. We strongly believe when factory employees are treated fairly and work in safe conditions, they are more e cient and perform better, helping us to create better quality products.