How can increased transparency accelerate circular solutions in the fashion industry?
To be able to fix it, we need to see it. As market forces have driven fashion companies to increase their speed of production, while maximising margins, their supply chains have become increasingly global. From soil to wardrobe, a piece of clothing can travel through 8 countries, 4 continents. It is no surprise, therefore, that many businesses cannot keep track of the conditions under which each production phase happens. As such, the fashion industry still fosters major inequalities, child labor, slavery and harmful environmental practices.
During the month of April, we invite you to join the conversation around this topic. Connect with experts in the field and learn about different ways that are unravelling and shining the light on fashion’s chain of custody.
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