Transparency

Member Spotlight | Testex

Member Spotlight | Testex

Get to know CTF Members TESTEX, the independent Swiss testing and certification organisation operating worldwide with the focus on textile testing since 1846! Sustainability, transparency and ethical standards are core principles to which TESTEX is committed. Through their expertise and services, TESTEX supports manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, brands and end-users alike.

Industry Snapshot | Melinda Tually

Industry Snapshot | Melinda Tually

This month we catch up with Melinda Tually, the driving force behind Fashion Revolution Au/NZ and Nndless - The New Normal. In her role a as a Responsible Retail Strategist, Melinda advises brands and retailers on responsible business and supply chain strategy, social and environmental risks and develop systems understanding and policies to guide best practice...

Jeanswest Publishes Factory Listings

Jeanswest Publishes Factory Listings

Jeanswest Publishes Factory Listing Confirming Its Commitment To Transparency In Manufacturing! Our members Jeanswest are kicking goals with their commitment to all the good things, namely transparency, ethics and the local industry. Earlier this year the team launched their #Homespun range which was made entirely in Australia and accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia. Just this month they have also been recognised on Oxfam’s ‘Nice’ list, and, published their factory listings of business partners across China, Australia, Vietnam and India…

Member Spotlight | The Dress Collective

Member Spotlight | The Dress Collective

Ever tried to shop Australian made fashion online? Or, sought an e-commerce platform for your brand amongst other local designers? Meet The Dress Collective, home to 100% Australian made fashion, and the newest member addition here at the Council of Textile & Fashion. Founded by Claire Goldsworthy, what sets The Dress Collective apart from other online stores is the focus on supporting the local community of Australian designers and makers, and the sharing of their stories. The collective values the 'slow fashion' ethos, promoting transparency, ethical practice and quality over quantity.