Fast fashion with a conscience.
That’s the tag line from the latest ‘ethical’ company to burst onto the scene but it’s not all hype over here, there is 10 years worth of work behind that statement.
Nobody’s Child was born from one simple belief;
“that fast fashion doesn’t have to be synonymous with low quality or questionable manufacturing practices”
I know what you are thinking, fast fashion can’t be ethical, trust me I thought it too! Having worked for large fashion brands I know that practices are hard to regulate from the UK, especially in Asia. So with this in mind I questioned the process behind Nobody’s Child and I can happily say I came back more than satisfied! They own factories across the UK, Europe & Asia (they manufacture clothing for other brands too) and this gives them full control from fabric construction through to printing. This means there is no outside factories SO they can ensure everyone is being paid a fair wage, working conditions are safe, that they are only using fabric dye that is safe for the environment and best of all because they can produce these fabrics in bulk they save on manufacturing costs, which they then pass onto the consumer!
So you can buy that gorgeous dress for £20 safe in the knowledge that you are buying from a company who has an ethical stance when it comes to manufacture and quality.
Shop this look;
Faux fur – Zara
Leather Jacket – Vintage
Bag – Nica
Jumpsuit – Nobody’s Child
Boots – IKrush