Moving 90% of our main fibres to Preferred or Better Fibres by the end 2022.


The Way We Source


Code of Conduct and Living Wage

Supply chains are complex and busy and we understand that improvements start with learning and setting standards. All our direct suppliers agree to our Code of Conduct which is based on the International Labour Organization's core standards for safe, fair and healthy working conditions.

During 2022, we will provide training for our suppliers to support their knowledge and capacity building to meet these requirements.

All garment workers in our cut and sew factories earn at least the minimum wage and in 2022, we will collaborate with our suppliers to develop a roadmap toward increasing and ring fencing Tier 1 garment worker wages to meet a Living Wage.

A Living Wage should be earned in a standard work week (of up to 48 hours) by a worker, and be sufficient to afford a decent standard of living for the worker and their family.

Elements of a decent standard of living include food, housing, healthcare, clothing, education, transportation, energy and water. It also includes some money that can be put aside for unexpected events.

We will transparently share our Tier 1 supplier list during 2023.

Auditing And Monitoring

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