What is fair fashion? 

Fair fashion is fashion made under good working conditions and from sustainable materials. Due to its production process, this fashion is less harmful to the environment and leads to an increase in the standard of living of the people who make the clothes. Other names for fair fashion are: fair, responsible, green clothing or eco fashion. In English, the terms ethical fashion, conscious fashion and sustainable fashion are often used. 


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Fair Fashion is better for the people who produce these clothes than regular fashion because, among other things: they receive a reasonable salary, work under safe conditions and there is no child labour.

The Fair Wear Foundation Fair Wear Foundation has identified eight conditions that Fair Wear clothing must meet. Brands can join the Fair Wear Foundation after it has checked in various ways whether they comply with the conditions. ARMEDNANGELS The Sophie Stone collection is a brand that has joined the Fair Wear Foundation. The brands People Tree and ARMEDANGELS from our collection carry the Fair Trade label. In addition, there is the extensive GOTS hallmark for organic materials, which includes good working conditions as one of its conditions. The GOTS label is used by almost all Sophie Stone brands. An explanation of the most important seals of approval can be found on the seals of approval page.   



Fair Fashion is better for the environment and the people who work the land by using, among other things: more sustainable raw materials such as organic cotton (no use of chemical pesticides), bamboo (no pesticides/little irrigation needed) and Tencel/Lycocell.

There are various certifications for these raw materials. One of the best known is the GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certificate for organic cotton and other organically grown fibres used as a raw material for textiles.

In addition, Fair Fashion brands make use of recycling (e.g. old PET bottles as a basis for jeans), limit/compensate for the CO2 emissions of their factories, use environmentally-friendly dyes, prevent animal suffering and make use of alternative energy such as solar and wind power.

Would you like more information about the materials that the items from the Sophie Stone collection are made of? Then take a look at sustainable materials!