From high-end fashion brands to ethical schoolwear manufacturers, we explained Ethical Clothing Australia’s objectives and how consumers can make a difference with their purchase. Many people were unaware of the accreditation system but eager learn more.
They wanted to know which brands were accredited and how it works. We met curious people and answered hundreds of questions.
Once again, accredited brands were part of it. With a wonderful selection of garments from the accredited brands, including swimwear, underwear, dresses, wool garments, Ethical Clothing Australia could show the high quality of garments ethically made in Australia. Garments were indeed a great way to discuss with the public about good practices in the industry.
Thank you to all the accredited brands who took part in the display: Jets, Cue, Nobody, Nico Underwear, Ampersander, So Stella, New Model Beauty Queen, Woolerina, Otto & Spike
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