Ethically Made and #ZeroSweat
Fast fashion runs on a model that relies on paying garment workers less than minimum wage. The majority of the fashion industry depends on this model to keep their prices low.
Unfortunately, these standards keep the poor working conditions of sweatshops operating. Along with keeping the hands that make the clothing in poverty.
At People Of Leisure, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that honors our garment workers. Our #ZeroSweat policy is one of the largest pillars of our business model.
The policy focuses on maintaining livable wages. Along with responsible production practices, and honoring our artisans in everything we do.
It's because of our skilled factory workers' hands that our one-of-a-kind, made-to-last pieces come to life. We have a deep respect for the art of clothing production and its craft. This is reflected in our #ZeroSweat policy.
Which focuses on higher wages. Responsible production practices, and honouring our artisans in everything we do.
From our plant dyed collection. To our 100% cotton sets, our pieces reflect the heartbeat of what conscious fashion means.
"What if we started by slowing down and not consuming so much stuff, just because it's there and cheap and available. It's amazing how that process makes sense financially, it makes sense ethically, it makes sense environmentally." - Andrew Morgan, filmmaker and director of 'The true cost'.