An important milestone on the journey towards a better fashion future has been signed.

This 4th of July saw an important milestone on the journey towards a better fashion future, with 55 international brands and non-profits signing a new covenant for sustainability in the industry. The binding agreement, which is said to be the first of its kind, encourages companies to improve their operations across worker’s rights, animal welfare and environmental sustainability through individual concrete goals and plans of actions, judged by an independent audit. The goal of the Dutch-rooted agreement is to have 80% of local brands signing up by 2020, and the long-term hope is for future consumers to be able to shop sustainably without the effort. Read more here.


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