One thing you know for sure:
You don’t want to create just any ole’ fashion brand.
You want to ensure that it’s ethically-made and prioritizes people and planet.
But what does that mean?
And even more importantly, how do you ensure that ethical labor practices are built into your business model from the start?
Do you ask your factory for a list of wages?
Do you look for safe exits and open windows on your factory tour?
And how do you explain to your customer why your prices are 3X higher than the average fast fashion brand?
With so much greenwashing happening in the fashion space, there are five things you need to do if you want to create an ethical fashion brand.
And in this video, I’m sharing exactly what they are — just click the play button below.
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