Ethical fashion is garment design, production, and distribution that focuses on reducing harm to people and the planet. In the most ideal sense, it benefits those working along the supply chain and creates a better future for everyone—not just for those at the top.
As the Ethical Fashion movement educates consumers, people become more aware of the dangers of industrial chemicals in their clothing, of environmental damages from some mainstream industrial practices, and of the unsafe working conditions and inferior quality associated with the “race to the bottom” phenomenon.
It really becomes about allowing everyone along the supply chain to thrive and not just survive!
Non-ethical fast fashion only benefits two parties, the brand owner and the end consumer with no attention given to everyone in the middle of the chain.