A standard across fashion
There is no standard definition of sustainability in the fashion industry.
There are 30+ certifications including organic, recycled, fair trade, non-toxic, cradle-to-cradle, responsible wool standard, etc.
The lack of standardization leads to brands greenwashing or using false sustainability claims. Ultimately, it leads to confusion for shoppers and brands.
We worked for over a year to develop a standard called the Infinite Goods Sustainability Score. Our score was developed with our brands, 100+ customer interviews, and PhDs and graduates in sustainability.
Our clothing lets you dress with style while reducing your impact on the planet.
We focus on four areas:
- Raw Materials
- Energy Source
- Waste Saved
Sustainability goes beyond green. It also involves ethical practices, inclusivity, and the fair treatment of workers.
We focus on:
- Working Conditions
- Workers' Rights
- Senior Leadership
What does "good" look like?
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