Ethical Clothing Australia Has Launched a Melbourne Fashion Shopping Guide

Kira Simpson

Ethical Clothing Australia has launched a roadmap to ethical shopping in Melbourne.

The free guide maps out 35 brands across Melbourne’s CBD and inner suburbs that have received accreditation from Ethical Clothing Australia.

The ECA accreditation system audits each step of the supply chain every year to ensure all workers receive their full entitlements – particularly homeworkers or outworkers, who are among the most vulnerable.

Ethical Clothing Australia Melbourne shopping guide

“This guide has been created because the increased interest in ethical fashion means that we need to make it as easy as possible for people to be able to purchase the right way.” Angela Bell, Ethical Clothing Australia National Manager

The “Guide to Ethical Shopping in Melbourne” can be found in select city stores and from City of Melbourne visitor centers and is also available online here. 

Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is an environmentalist and sustainability educator. She started The Green Hub in 2015 and has since grown to become one of Australia’s largest education platforms dedicated to helping people live a more sustainable life, talking about the big environmental issues like climate change, plastic pollution, and fast fashion – showing people how they can have an impact through their own small daily actions and how to be part of the bigger environmental movement.