How to build a fashion brand that considers both its workers and the planet

Read the full story at Fast Company.

Another Tomorrow gets its wool from an ethical sheep farm in Tasmania, and avoids any silk—whose production involves boiling silkworms alive. But it also pays its workers a living wage. Its founder says these constraints make the clothes more interesting.

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