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FOR TRANSPARENCY
Do you know where your clothes came from?

We do! We work directly with our designers. Their designs straight come from their digital atelier, to us, then direct to you! This means we know the whole supply chain and production process of our designers.

Physical fashion’s modern, globalized business model is based on complex supply chains that are opaque and almost impossible to monitor. It also leads to us undervaluing our clothes because we don’t understand its lifecycle. Before hanging in our wardrobe, the clothes we wear pass through countless hands.

Take a cotton t-shirt: The cotton is picked, ginned, spun, woven, sewn into garments, and shipped to a warehouse and retail stores. It will be sold, worn, washed, repaired, donated, and most often ends its life as untraceable waste.
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This makes it challenging to establish the extent of a brand’s environmental impact and enables human rights abuse to go undetected. Without transparency, a brand’s emissions, water use, chemical use, material waste and the treatment of their workers are undisclosed.

Many brands, retailers, and companies do not own their manufacturing facilities and instead outsource to less economically developed countries to cut costs and get a greater profit margin. This lack of accountability puts lives and the future of our planet at risk.
Cotton Cultivate
Carding & Spinning
Dyeing Washing Rinsing
Transportation
Packaging Marketing
Retail
Consume
Disposal / reuse
Cotton by Bernd Lakenbrink from NounProject.com, Factory by Vectoria Icons from NounProject.com, Washing Machine by emma mitchell from NounProject.com, Ferry by iconcheese from NounProject.com, Box by Made x Made from NounProject.com, Cart Products by thirddesign from NounProject.com, Shopping Bag by Dicky Prayudawanto from NounProject.com, Reuse by Made from NounProject.com