Show some love to your children and Mother Nature by supporting ethical fashion labels! By Shea Rasol.
Ethical fashion labels? We don’t hear this phrase every day, and it might confuse some, for that matter. An ethical label means that production of its clothes can include fair trade practices. This means that these clothes were not made under appallingly unsafe conditions, like the factories of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh, before its collapse which caused the death of 380 workers.
An ethical label may also encompass the use of organic and non-toxic materials in the manufacturing process. The label may aim to provide an eco-friendly nature of business where carbon offsetting, recycled or vintage materials are also considered. Lower or the least harmful side effects to the environment would also be their ultimate goal.
It’s never too late to start switching to ethical labels for your children. After all, clothes made from organic natural materials such as organic cotton are gentler on their skin, and will last longer than conventional synthetic materials.
Here are some international fashion labels for kids that grasp the true meaning of ethics in business. Plus, they have the most adorable designs!