Fast Fashion Interviews Labor Rights

New ‘Just.’ Label Rates the Social Justice Behind a Product [Via Racked]

Back in May, at the height of media noise around the Bangladesh factory collapses, Elizabeth Cline, author of the book Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion, asked Racked, “H&M has an environmentally friendly collection, but why can’t I walk into an H&M and buy a product that has a label on it that says it’s either made in a living-wage factory or some sort of equivalent to the organic and fair trade standards that are in food?” Now a label has launched called JUST, created by the International Living Future Institute. Read more via Racked.