A fair and sustainable fashion industry that enables people to thrive

Making Fashion a Force for Good

What We Do

We are a corporate foundation here to fundamentally transform the fashion industry.

How We Work

Together with our partners, we take collective action guided by our theories of change and by the principles of gender justice.

Results & Learning

We are a learning organisation, enabling our staff to learn, adapting our structures and sharing our lessons.

Good Fashion Fund to scale innovation

  It takes more than good intentions to make fashion a force for good. And it is no secret that to transform the industry, we need to fundamentally change the way we business. Today, there is a wealth of ideas and innovations able to shake the status quo; however, the capital to take those to scale is largely still missing.   That’s where the Good Fashion Fund comes in. The first investment fu…

Not so fast — fashion: can circular business models slow it down?

The challenging context of fast fashion  We need to put the brakes on the runaway environmental and social impacts of fashion. Both society and the environment are paying too high a price for our insatiable desire for clothes.  We all know the hidden cost of the fashion industry, which employs between 25 and 60 million people alone in the production of garments¹, many in low-wage jobs with poor…

For fashion that is more transparent

What can maquila workers do to demand better pay?

Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico

Earthquake: community reconstruction and strengthening

Morelos, Mexico

You must educate your children

Immigrants must follow their dreams

Brazil

A Farmer's Organic Mission for Good

Hand in hand for a better Fashion Industry

São Paulo, Brazil

Workers well-being at Maquilas: Consuelo and Natalia pave the way

Piedras Negras, Mexico

The Use of Role-Play in Challenging Conventional Gender Roles

Faridabad, India

How does empowerment help change the lives of women working at a maquila?

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico

Meet Aklima

Dhaka, Bangladesh

When workers know their rights and how to demand them

Piedras Negras, Mexico

Handmade

Life After Forced Labour: Mrs. Mariyasanthi and the rice cooker

Tailoring solutions

Brasil

Breaking the cycle of violence: Stories of courage

Karnataka, India

Life After Forced Labour: The rose farmers

Building a new cotton conscience together in China

China

The story of Vishram a Drip Farmer in Gujarat, India

Gujarat, India

The most stimulating challenge of my life

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Life After Forced Labour: The fish farmer

Drip Pool Programme: Innovative Community-Managed Financing Mechanism 

Gujarat, India

Wisdom rooted in Customs

Chiapas, Mexico

A collective journey towards autonomy

A fair, prosperous, sustainable cotton industry is possible

Tackling systemic issues within India: Child Labour

Madhya Pradesh, India.

One pulling up the other

Jessore, Bangladesh

More than organic cotton

Returning to their traditions

Nipa's dream to one day establish a training centre

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Pushpa: One Girl's Journey to Receive an Education

Madhya Pradesh, India

A Collective Transformation

São Paulo, Brazil

Life After Forced Labour: Longing to go to school

Thavasimadai, India

Connecting for collective action

Tamil Nadu, India

A Woman of Character

Ceará, Brazil

KaKa: A Collective Struggle

Santana do Livramento, Brazil

A Daughter's Sacrifice

What should working women do when their health may be at risk on the job?

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico

A fair, prosperous, sustainable cotton industry is possible

A Farmer's Organic Mission for Good

Returning to their traditions

More than organic cotton

The story of Vishram a Drip Farmer in Gujarat, India

Gujarat, India

Drip Pool Programme: Innovative Community-Managed Financing Mechanism 

Gujarat, India

A Woman of Character

Ceará, Brazil

A collective journey towards autonomy

Building a new cotton conscience together in China

China

Wisdom rooted in Customs

Chiapas, Mexico

You must educate your children

The most stimulating challenge of my life

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Immigrants must follow their dreams

Brazil

When workers know their rights and how to demand them

Piedras Negras, Mexico

How does empowerment help change the lives of women working at a maquila?

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico

What should working women do when their health may be at risk on the job?

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico

What can maquila workers do to demand better pay?

Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico

Earthquake: community reconstruction and strengthening

Morelos, Mexico

Nipa's dream to one day establish a training centre

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Life After Forced Labour: The fish farmer

Life After Forced Labour: Mrs. Mariyasanthi and the rice cooker

Life After Forced Labour: Longing to go to school

Thavasimadai, India

Life After Forced Labour: The rose farmers

Pushpa: One Girl's Journey to Receive an Education

Madhya Pradesh, India

Tackling systemic issues within India: Child Labour

Madhya Pradesh, India.

The Use of Role-Play in Challenging Conventional Gender Roles

Faridabad, India

One pulling up the other

Jessore, Bangladesh

A Daughter's Sacrifice

Meet Aklima

Dhaka, Bangladesh

For fashion that is more transparent

A Collective Transformation

São Paulo, Brazil

Workers well-being at Maquilas: Consuelo and Natalia pave the way

Piedras Negras, Mexico

Breaking the cycle of violence: Stories of courage

Karnataka, India

Hand in hand for a better Fashion Industry

São Paulo, Brazil

Connecting for collective action

Tamil Nadu, India

Tailoring solutions

Brasil

KaKa: A Collective Struggle

Santana do Livramento, Brazil

Handmade