At Thought, we make every decision with the greatest respect for people and the planet. We’ll always do what’s right and follow our instincts that small steps lead to greater change for good. Nature and people are integral parts of who we are. Our actions and business practice will always protect them.
With sustainability as a core value, we recognise our responsibilities towards the environment, eco systems and local communities. Our suppliers and their supply chains must commit to our Environmental Policy. Setting and maintaining these standards helps to raise greater awareness of the need to be responsible.
Find out more about how we support environmental charities - Fostering change - and encourage small changes that really can have a very positive environmental impact
We take every step possible to show great care to the people involved in making our clothing. Building lasting relationships with the people we work with is crucial for us.
Our commitment to achieving high ethical social standards begins with ensuring working conditions reach the standards set by the International Labour Organisation. This is reflected in our company Code of Conduct.
This is something we do to ensure our Code of Conduct is followed. We visit and check in with our factories regularly. And we take the time to reflect and refine how we do things in-house. We’re proud to be a member of the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers’ rights around the globe.
AS WE GROW, SO TOO DO OUR SUPPLIERS
We’re a team, after all. It’s important that we build and better our relationships.
PROUD TO SUPPORT OUR ETHICAL FACTORIES
We’re all about working collaboratively and supporting each other. We've been working with some of our ethical factories in China since the day the business started and have grown together. More recently we have expanded our supply base to include ethical factories in India and Turkey.
We source natural, sustainable yarns that use less water, fewer pesticides, and create less CO2. And we upcycle our leftover fabric at source so to reduce waste and create new products.
Read more about our natural and sustainable fibres, some of which have used since we started out in 1995.
Look out for these logos on our clothing and labels. These are globally recognised benchmarks.