Fast fashion has a
devastating impact, from sweatshops and child labour to pollution and global
warming. That is why we are committed to make beautiful garments that are a
living blueprint for our values: people and the planet are central to
everything we do. Our garments are made with recycled polyester and sustainable
materials, using traditional skills that support rural communities.
At hoya kerry, we are
against exploitation, slum cities and pollution; we value
ethical, sustainable manufacturing practices and are committed to supporting
these values throughout our supply chain. By using materials and partnering
with companies and factories that adhere to strict guidelines for safety and
efficacy, we tried out best to make the beautiful and functional products we
love, in a way that we can all feel good about.
We put sustainability at
the core of everything we do. We seek to partner with suppliers who share a
common vision of sustainability, accountability and minimize environmental
impact. We currently require that suppliers meet our standards for: social
responsibility, safe & non-toxic, and better materials.
Fashion Revolution is a global movement that works for a more sustainable fashion industry. With a special focus on the need for greater transparency in the fashion supply chain. The fashion industry is the most labor-intensive industry, but the consumers often do not know who made their clothes.
At hoya kerry, we believe transparency is the first step to transform the industry. We make sure our suppliers take social and environmental standards seriously. We minimise environmental impacts and ensure there is no unfair or unsafe labor that goes into making our clothes because clothes shouldn't come at the expense of our planet or people.
We support Fashion Revolutions: we are transparent in showing the people in our supply chain by sharing their stories, and help transform the industry by demonstrating transparency in our supply chain.
We proudly demonstrate fair working conditions that comply with local standards to ensure well being of all employees.
"Who made my clothes?"
Gender ratio: Half male and half female