Find out what sustainable fashion means and where to buy it.

Fairtrade has been working with cotton farmers since 2010. Most of our cotton comes from poor and marginalised farmers. Rising costs of production, fluctuating market prices, decreasing yields and climate change are daily challenges, along with food price inflation and food insecurity. Fairtrade supports the most vulnerable cotton farmers, enabling them to sell their goods at a decent price so they can provide for themselves and their families. It also requires that the factories that process Fairtrade cotton comply with ILO (International Labour Organization) core conventions.

And our Textile Standard goes beyond this by working with manufacturers to improve wages, educating workers on their rights and working conditions, and engaging clothing brands to commit to fairer terms of trade.

Read about the Fairtrade Cotton Standards (pdf)

Visit the ILO website

Find out more about what Fairtrade does to support cotton farmers and textile workers

Where to buy Fairtrade Clothes