A cluster of high-profile scandals over working conditions have revealed the extent to which fashion’s efforts to improve standards in its supply chain are failing. Here’s how things need to change.
As western brands grapple with the financial implications of efforts to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, workers within the industry’s supply chain face a grim reality of unemployment, hunger and disease.
Big brands have talked for decades about their commitment to workers’ rights, but millions of people who make our clothes still don’t earn enough to live off. BoF walks you through how the industry needs to change to come up with a solution.