WHO MADE OUR CLOTHES
Being completely open and honest is part of our DNA. So, it matters to us that when you purchase from Nobody’s Child, you feel confident that your products have been thoughtfully produced.
All of our factories undergo yearly audits to ensure fair, safe and healthy working conditions. We have built strong relationships with our suppliers over many years and we choose suppliers that all share our common vision for accountability and transparency.
They have also shown their commitment by signing up to our labour standards. We make sure that working conditions for all people working for and with our brand meet or exceed the Conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights:
- Employment is freely chosen
- There is no discrimination in employment
- No exploitation or child labour
- Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
- Payment of a living wage
- No excessive working hours
- Safe and healthy working conditions
- Legally-binding employment relationship
- No harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed
As part of our responsibility promise, we’re dedicated to being open and honest about the origin of our products. We’re committed to showing the lifecycle of our collections from start to finish and we’re constantly looking to improve our traceability. Below, you can discover some of our largest Suppliers' factories.
To us, transparency is a marathon not a sprint. All of factories are listed at Open Apparel. We’re continuing to improve our traceability and share our progress along the way. If you have questions about the people who make our products, please get in touch.