Corporate Social Responsibility
Suitsupply is committed to doing business in a sustainable manner. That’s why we aim to only work with suppliers that meet the internationally recognised standards of the International Labour Organization:
- No forced labour
- No discrimination
- No child labour
- Freedom to unionise, right to collective bargaining
- A salary that covers basic family needs
- No excessive overtime
- Healthy and safe working environment
- Legal employment contract
Suitsupply is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) which promotes good working conditions in clothing factories. As an independent organisation, FWF checks the extent to which suppliers comply with the Clothing Industry Code of Conduct.
In addition, Suitsupply frequently inspects its suppliers and where necessary, implements improvements. We have been rated as a Leader brand for our extensive efforts made- find out more in the latest Brand Performance Check and Sustainability Report.
We believe that quality is not only limited to the actual garment, but should also include the manner in which it was produced, and how it can improve lives. That’s why, in addition to membership in these crucial organizations, Suitsupply actively supports philanthropic organizations like amfAR, I:CO, Two X Two and more. For more information send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.fairwear.nl.
In an ongoing effort to continue its commitment to environmentally conscious commerce, Suitsupply is forging new eco-minded fronts with its Rewarding Recycling program, that was launched in 2017. The new initiative will partner with customers in an exchange that aims to curb waste while giving old, used products a new life. Suitsupply’s commitment to Global Fashion Agenda (GFA) mission to implement a functioning circular strategy by 2020 will drive the brand’s efforts further towards circularity. To learn more about our scope and targets, please click here.