How Did Your Favourite Brands Score in This Year’s Ethical Fashion Guide? – Broadsheet

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Seafolly, for example, scored a C overall, but its policies and governance is rated A+ and worker empowerment is ranked D. Cue, which also received a C rating, has better environmental sustainability ratings than it does supplier relationships and human rights. It’s especially helpful if you’re curious to know why B-scoring brands like Gorman, Uniqlo, Cotton On and David Jones didn’t score higher.

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