Eco and Ethical Fashion Advisory and Advocacy 

SupplyESChange team are highly experienced in Fashion Sustainability and Ethical Trade.

Our team have worked in Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Management and Lead roles in Fashion firms such as Burberry, PVH (Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger licenses), Nike, Columbia, and advising Kering Group (Gucci, Balenciaga, Bottega), NEXT, White Stuff, and more, and leading collaborations and projects with Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, GAP Inc, Levis, ASOS, H&M, Inditex (Zara), JCrew, Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle, Kate Spade, Ann Taylor, Patagonia, and advising Investors in Fashion companies and apparel retailers.

We help Fashion Companies and Investors understand how to  meet Environmental Sustainability and business Human Rights due diligence expectations (especially regarding supply chains Modern Slavery risk management for Decent Work, and SDGs), through:

  • Online Training Courses in Fashion Sustainability and Ethical Trade,

  • Advisory and consulting support 

  • Roadmaps for Responsible Sourcing and supply chain business human rights due diligence;

  • Projects to solve challenges such as Modern Slavery risk maps and remediation guidance,

  • Support to assess Supply Chain risks from Social Audit, capacity building, remediation experience around the world, 

  • Stakeholder engagement and Multi-Stakeholder Initiative (MSI) insights and participation guidance for impact, 

  • Modern Slavery and other reporting support,

and more.

SupplyESChange Founder Kate Larsen has been featured in VOGUE Business providing Insights into how Fashion can achieve Environmental Sustainability and Ethical Trade, decent work labour standards and SDGs Social Impacts.

Fashion Sustainability as featured in Vogue
Vogue business Fashion Climate Change article

To achieve Environmental Sustainability and a lowering of waste, water, GHG and carbon footprints, the Fashion and Apparel sector need to evolve to a circular economy model.

Our SupplyESChange Founder Kate Larsen talked on Open for Vintage about the role of Vintage in achieving lowered environmental impacts in Fashion. 

Read about this opportunity for Fashion to lower Environmental footprints here: