Ethical Alternatives to J. Crew

J. Crew produces most of its goods in sweatshops in some of the world’s poorest countries.

Workers in the Philippines planned to sue one of J. Crew’s factories for dismissals and union-busting.

There have also been huge declines in quality over the years, making J. Crew more like a fast fashion brand.

The good news is that J. Crew now uses a fair trade certified factory for some of their clothing...

But, most of their products are still produced in under-regulated factories.

Fortunately, there are ethical and sustainable alternatives to J. Crew...