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‘Lives should not be put at risk for fast fashion or low prices’

Julia Crew, Co-owner of premium indie Here Today Here Tomorrow in Dalston, east London.

We are proud to be a small independent and online boutique that provides a diverse range of unique and sustainable products. The clothes and accessories we sell address a range of sustainable approaches including high-quality handmade craftsmanship, recycling, fair trade, natural dye and organic materials. The shop also acts as our design studio where we make limited-edition pieces and design collections, which we’ve produced with a fair trade group in Nepal.

In recent weeks we’ve been shocked by the events at garment factories in Bangladesh and recognise this as something that needs to be urgently addressed by retailers and fashion companies at all levels. Lives should not be put at risk for fast fashion or low prices. Increasingly we see that customers are aware of these issues and are seeking alternative brands with excellent ethical and sustainable credentials.

At Here Today Here Tomorrow we are committed to producing our collections in an ethical manner and have worked with our producer group for three years developing knitwear and homeware. Our supply chain is transparent, our producers receive a fair price and safe working conditions are assured.

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