A model in Audrey Blue clothing © Audrey Blue
A model in Audrey Blue clothing © Audrey Blue

Etiko and Audrey Blue get top marks in Australian Fashion Report

25 April 2016

Niche fair-trade clothing companies were the standout in a report which evaluates what Australian fashion retailers are doing to address forced labour, child labour and exploitation in their supply chain, but some large international chains also performed well.

The third edition of the Australian Fashion Report, by Baptist World Aid Australia, assessed 87 companies, awarding each a grade from A to F based on the strength of their labour rights management systems.

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