By purchasing from a fabric-first company, you aren’t just getting a finished product. You’re investing in every stage of its life cycle, including the materials and processes we use to make it. Their commitment to sustainability is defined by creating products responsibly. They make over 70% of their garments with sustainable materials and processes. Working on a global scale, Alternative Apparel respects and values the rights of workers in all countries and believes in the right to fair and safe workplace conditions. Their factories are in accordance with the Fair Labor Association (FLA) Workplace Code of Conduct. Additionally, many of the factories they work with are certified by Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP), an independent, non-profit team of global social compliance experts.