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Wish the Label

Circularty: 1/5

Wish the Label is an Australian womenswear brand that was established in 1999 lacking transparency around its environmental and labour policies.

This brand is lacking transparency around its supply chain and does not communicate how it lowers its negative imapcts on the planet, people and animals. It does not publish whether or not it is taking adequate steps to ensure payment of a living wage and fair working conditions for its workers. Nothing is in place to encourage responsible consumption and sustainable production and no information is given about packaging. The website does not list sufficient supply chain information to give it a higher rating; origin of textiles, textiles production, manufacturing location, or the social, environmental and economic impacts.

Price Point:
$$$
Location:
Sydney, Australia
Date Reviewed:
20-Aug-21

Wish the Label

Circularty: 1/5

Wish the Label is an Australian womenswear brand that was established in 1999 lacking transparency around its environmental and labour policies.

This brand is lacking transparency around its supply chain and does not communicate how it lowers its negative imapcts on the planet, people and animals. It does not publish whether or not it is taking adequate steps to ensure payment of a living wage and fair working conditions for its workers. Nothing is in place to encourage responsible consumption and sustainable production and no information is given about packaging. The website does not list sufficient supply chain information to give it a higher rating; origin of textiles, textiles production, manufacturing location, or the social, environmental and economic impacts.

Price Point:
$$$
Location:
Sydney, Australia
Date Reviewed:
20-Aug-21

Wish the Label

Circularty: 1/5

Wish the Label is an Australian womenswear brand that was established in 1999 lacking transparency around its environmental and labour policies.

This brand is lacking transparency around its supply chain and does not communicate how it lowers its negative imapcts on the planet, people and animals. It does not publish whether or not it is taking adequate steps to ensure payment of a living wage and fair working conditions for its workers. Nothing is in place to encourage responsible consumption and sustainable production and no information is given about packaging. The website does not list sufficient supply chain information to give it a higher rating; origin of textiles, textiles production, manufacturing location, or the social, environmental and economic impacts.

Price Point:
$$$
Location:
Sydney, Australia
Date Reviewed:
20-Aug-21

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