From environmental impact to workers’ rights, the call for sustainable practices in the fashion industry has never been more important.
For the sustainable fashion movement to make a lasting difference, consumers and brands need to be conscious of where their clothing came from in a real, earthy sense.
If you don’t currently have a pay-over-time strategy, there’s a good chance you’re missing out on an opportunity to reach even more customers. Read Bread’s full report to see their findings on how customers want to pay, and why their preferences are changing.
For brands that aren’t embracing the measure of ethical and sustainable fashion, there’s a price to pay that goes far beyond P&L — a human cost.
True industry-wide reform in fashion starts at the top, and as consumer awareness increases around the manufacturing methods behind some of their beloved brands, it’s up to brands and policy-makers to set better practices into motion.
As the fashion industry looks to new continents to source from, there are some ethical practices brands need to consider.