Interviews

Worn For Good is a social enterprise that collects pre-loved designer apparel from fashion heavyweights, brands, and influencers for customers to shop at a fraction of the RRP. 100% of profits go to our three charity partners who each support women in need, combining conscious consumerism and compassion with every purchase.  Think - cool clothes, from fashionable humans, to support women and a more sustainable world. 

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At ONE432, every shoe has a QR code with the name of a specific artisan, along with a date of creation and their signature. Customers can scan this code on our website and see how much money that artisan made. Our hope is that eventually you will even be able to communicate with that artisan directly.
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Having worked in the apparel industry for a decade, it was very apparent that even if we could make all the clothes in the world from organic or recycled materials and in Fair Trade factories, at the end of the day, the business model, the way brands make money was broken. In order for brands to create financial wealth, they needed to make more products, year over year and this had limits.
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The fashion industry is known for being very opaque, with lots of “blind spots” where big environmental and human risks exist. We now have these great tools to communicate about our suppliers and materials – like images, videos and links to their location – that make it easier than ever for consumers to see where a garment has come from. 
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