Garment Information



    • No use of child labour
    • No use of forced labour
    • Safe and healthy working conditions
    • Legal labour contracts
    • Payment of living wage
    • No discrimination against employees
    • No excessive hours of work





Our supplier recognises that garment manufacturing is one of the most environmentally damaging and harmful industrial sectors on the planet, and takes decisive and often pioneering steps towards addressing the many negative impacts. They adopt a robust policy with regard to the minimum social responsibility criteria above. Our supplier has been running a pro-active social responsibility programme as a member of Fair Wear Foundation since early 2006. All the Company’s manufacturing facilities are regularly audited for social compliance and are running active monitoring programmes in accordance with standards advocated by the International Labour Organisation, the Ethical Trading Initiative and other international bodies. Our supplier controls the spinning process of almost seventy percent of all the yarns used in production as part of its vertically-integrated manufacturing structure, with the remainder being carefully sourced externally. All the yarns used by the company are fully combed and ring spun. All the fabrics are knitted at thei in-house facilities, and dyed with GOTS approved chemicals, using low-water and controlled waste discharge processes, certified to OekoTex 100 Class I standard and conforming to REACH. Organic certified fabrics are dyed in their zero-discharge dyehouse, where all the water is recycled in a closed-loop system.