DATA

THE PROS:

In February 2016, PETA reported that AllSaints is no longer using angora in its collections.

In June 2015, Bustle reported that AllSaints featured “real people” in their campaign instead of supermodels.

In October 2011, Refinery29 reported that AllSaints had partnered with Not For Sale, a non-profit raising funds (and social awareness) to prevent human trafficking, to create a line of t-shirts. Proceeds were donated to Not For Sale.

THE CONS:

It is unclear if the brand can trace their entire supply chain.

The brand does not disclose anything about its social and environmental impact.

The brand does not share any goals regarding how it is working to improve environmental and social conditions in its supply chain. Do you know of any?

 

/ AllSaints has over 130 stand-alone shops and in-store concessions worldwide.

/ AllSaints is owned by Lion Capital and retails online.

/ Revenues in its most recent fiscal year were over $351 million.

/ In November 2015, Drapers reported that AllSaints had 2,700 employees in 16 countries.

/ We don’t have any information on how many people the brand employ in its supply chain, how many suppliers the brand uses, lead times, number of garments made annually, how long its products are designed to last and how many collections the brand releases annually.

 

/ It is unclear if the brand can trace their entire supply chain.

/ The brand does not disclose anything about its social and environmental impact.

The brand does not publicly disclose the countries in which its suppliers are located or the supplier names and addresses.

AllSaints states the following: ‘All of AllSaints’ products are made using ethical labour and materials. Our vendors, suppliers and subcontractors are obliged to sign our compliance manual based on the core conventions of the International Labour Organisation. The provisions of these conventions constitute the minimum not the maximum standards all suppliers must meet in order to do business with AllSaints.

/ In February 2014, Ecouterre reported that AllSaints rated at the bottom of survey conducted by the Responsible Sourcing Network to determine how much progress the apparel and home industries have made toward eliminating forced labor from their supply chains, particularly when sourcing from Uzbekistan.

/ The brand does not have a publicly available supplier code of conduct.

/ The brand does not publicly share any policy against the use of cotton sourced from Uzbekistan in its products.

/ The brand does not publicly share any policy banning the practice of sandblasting.

AllSaints is a member of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora management authority. With regards to exotic skins, AllSaints states the following: ‘We always seek to work with reputable and ethical suppliers globally. We only engage vendors with transparent track records. We have established a narrow and select supplier base with whom we work very closely. As a result we have knowledge of their practices and collaborate with them on continuous improvements in process and standard.’

/ In February 2016, PETA reported that AllSaints is no longer using angora in its collections.

/ We don’t have any information on any material the brand uses that have sustainable qualities, and animal welfare policies other than those listed above.

/ We don’t have any information on whether or not the brand uses renewable energy at any stage of its supply chain, if the brand has measured its carbon footprint, what the brand is doing to reduce its carbon footprint, if the brand has measured its water footprint, what the brand is doing to reduce its water footprint, what the brand doing to ensure the proper treatment of water before it is returned to local waterways, and policies that are in place to limit the use of hazardous chemicals.

/ The brand does not share any goals regarding how it is working to improve environmental and social conditions in its supply chain. Do you know of any?

/ The brand does not publicly disclose that it is a part of any multi stakeholder initiatives to improve the social and environmental impact of its supply chain.

 

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/ In October 2011, Refinery29 reported that AllSaints had partnered with Not For Sale, a non-profit raising funds (and social awareness) to prevent human trafficking, to create a line of t-shirts. Proceeds were donated to Not For Sale.

 

 

 

/ We don’t have any information on the salary paid to the CEO of AllSaints.

/ There are no reported management scandals or issues.

/ In June 2015, Bustle reported that AllSaints featured “real people” in their campaign instead of supermodels.

 

/ AllSaints has not reported investing in any sustainability related innovations.

/ In August 2015, Crave reported that AllSaints was partnering with Archibald Optics to create a hand carved sunglasses line created from locally sourced materials in Japan.

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