Avada Interior Design
  • Knowing your supply chain is key to transparency, this brand is big on positive social, environmental and econimic impact. Oceanhaze jewellery donates 10% of its profit to Marine Conservation Society as well as sourcing recycled silver from photographic and industrial sources. A big circular fashion tick.
  • Uses 100% cotton, No fabric content information provided, Does not list supply chain information; origin of textile fabric, textile production, manufacturing, social, environmental and economic impact.
  • Use of natural materials, Australian wheat straw, Australian wool, leather, Australian owned business. Circularity component to raw materials/textiles being used, grown in Australia which has a positive impact on our Circular Economy. No Transparency: where hats have been made, location, factory, positive/negative impact from manufcaturing not available. No Transparency for internal/stakeholder supply chain sustainable business practices.
  • Appreciates the artistic and hand illustrated component, designed with circularity in mind, slow and smaller manufactured runs, (will not do fast fashion), knows some supply chain information, manufacturing team audits partnering factories, consciously chose to go with factory that (no location listed) provides, safe working conditions, no child labour, standard pay, paid overtime available if wanted. Transparency required for original sourcr of textile supplier chain including social, environmental and economic impact.
  • Caye Collection has cut out plastic in packaging and swing tags, only using paper packaging. 100% Cotton for T-shirts. Negative Impact: Fleece is 100% synthetic, polyester, (plastic, petroleum based derivatives) in the manufacturing of fleece yarn, this has a negative impact on the 5 indicators. No Transparency: supply chain, where are textiles sourced from, where is cotton sourced from, where are products made? How does all of these impact on people and communtiies.
  • Local brand based in Sydney, collaborates with other businesses re location, uses sustainable materials for shirt's; rayon fabric plus coconut shell buttons, uses 100% cotton, mentions manufacturing but doesn’t state where that happens. No Transparency: no manufacturing location provided. Does not mention textile processing location, manufactuirng. Does not provide transparency into internal/stakeholder supply chain sustainable practices.
  • Uses 100% cotton for tshirts, wool felt and leather materials for Fedoras, has a recycled page where anyone can resell their vintage collectable good quality tshirts, keeps fashion circulaiting and econmics circulating. No Transparency: no informtion on provenance of cotton or textile fabrics source country/location, manufacturing, processes, no information of internal/supply chain sustainability practices.
  • Artists works printed on clothing, credits artists by name, uses 80-100% cotton. No Transparency: does not state location of brand, location of HQ, country/location of manufacturing. Does not state where cotton is sourced.
  • Images look to be well constructed, durable pieces. 60-80% wool blended with polyester coats, leather boots, quality workmanship. Are socialy aware brand, support International Women's Day. No Transparency information on textile, manufacturing, factory worker provenance or positive environmental impact. Blog posts: no mention of sustainable internal/supply chain practices/commitments. Blog posts provide fashion and restaurant food reviews.
  • Sells bundles, this has a positive impact on environment, less transport, energy wastage. No Transparency: Cotton Tee's are 100% however, no provenance on origin of cotton country on cotton tees or any of the garments listed. No listed country/factory location of manufacturing, no listed HQ location, no supply chain info. Slip on shoes, very underpriced for a footwear item, questionable supply chain fair pay, material not listed, likely plastic. No About Us info
  • No About Us information, only a shop front, up to 80% cotton, no provenance on manufacturing country/location, no provenance on cotton textile, printed, no information on print materials/processes used. Failed transparency

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