When your mates compliment you on the clothing you bought from this value (which they will do), you will be able to tell them that you can trace this piece of clothing, from the clothing producer right down to the raw materials, because that's what labels have to be able to do in order to meet the requirements of this value. Cocktail chatter game: strong. Find more about our Transparent value here.



In 2013, 61% of Australian companies did not know where their garments were made, and 76% didn’t know where their fabric was woven, knitted or dyed. Source: Baptist World Aid

9 Out Of 10

9 out of 10 companies supplying clothing to Australian consumers do not know where their cotton is sourced, and do not pay their overseas workers enough to meet their basic needs. Source: The Age

Transparency Increases Fair Working Conditions

Transparency in supply chains dramatically reduce exploitation and encourage fair working conditions. Source: Oxfam


93% of Australian labels don't know the origins of the raw fibre used in their fabrics. Source: Baptist World Aid