Find your Digital Product Passport

Ever wondered where your clothes are made? Through this Nobody’s Child x Happy Place by Fearne Cotton collaboration, we’ve made it our mission to take you on each stage of their well-travelled journey, from fabric to factory and so much more.

What is a Digital Product Passport?

To date, we’ve launched three collections under our pilot Digital Product Passport (DPP) initiative. Every style in these collections is accompanied by its very own DPP that documents the supply chain touch points that make up each piece. Working with our industry-leading partner, Fabacus we’ve collated a range of datapoints for each garment, from swishy dresses made entirely out of organic cotton to co-ords crafted from plant-based materials blended with a touch of linen. A whole world of product information can be accessed via the QR on the care label, bridging the gap between where our clothes are made and the people that wear them. Our ambition is to use these pilots to refine our DPP methodology and continue to explore traceability for our products. Before government legislation comes into place, we hope to inspire the next generation of fashion brands to follow in our footsteps.

1. Find the Digital Product Passport: Look inside your product and find the QR code on the care label.

2. Scan the QR Code: Use your phone’s camera or a QR scanning app to scan the QR code on the care label.

3. Click the link: After scanning the QR code, you’ll be directed to a website or prompted to open an app where you’ll find your DPP.

4. Information about product: Once you’ve been directed, information regarding where, when and how the product has been made will appear.

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