We believe that kindness makes the world go round, and that’s why it’s important for us to join the Fashion Revolution this week. Five years ago the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed, taking the lives of over 1000 people who worked there. Since then the Fashion Revolution was born; a chance to take a moment to think about exactly where clothes are being made, and why using sustainable and safe factories should always be a priority for clothing companies around the world.
#Whomademyclothes - Join the fashion revolution with MORI
At MORI, we make sure that every garment is crafted from sustainable sources and trusted factories that have safe and fair working conditions. Everything you buy from us is made ethically from factories that we visit and inspect regularly.
So, who made your clothes? #WhoMadeMyClothes
We have four factories in Turkey that produce MORI clothing and put their care and love into every sleep suit crafted. Every day our friends in Turkey spend their time making sure that every piece is the softest sleepsuit to help your baby to sleep, whilst also enjoying working conditions that benefit them and the environment.
Be a Conscious Consumer
At MORI we like to encourage you to think a little about what’s in your wardrobe, but also as your family grows, about the clothing your little one no longer wears. Preloved clothing that isn’t currently being worn can be passed on to other family members or to another family in need, who will be able to appreciate them. By extending the life of babywear products, it means that together we can help to reduce landfill. That’s why MORI have partnered with a small local parent-run charity, Little Village, who take your donated MORI clothing and pass on to a family in need. Get involved with the Little Village project.