Remake is a nonprofit organization focused on making fashion a force for good. We use our Seal of Approval, first-hand documentaries, and active campaigning to advocate for better conditions for the women who make our clothes.
Remake’s Seal of Approval process makes it easy for our community to call out greenwashing and support better brands. The Seal of Approval evaluates brands on transparency + traceability, maker well-being, environmental sustainability, raw materials, leadership, and diversity + inclusion. A list of brands who receive a passing score (above 50%) are listed on the Remake website which is updated regularly.
|# and type of entity||263 Brands, Retailers|
|# of metrics disclosed||5|
|# of data points gathered per entity||100|
|Year of first public disclosure||2017|
|Data collection method||Secondary desk research|
|Data verification method||Self-Disclosed | Desk-Based 3rd Party Verification (public sources)|
|Themes evaluated||Child labor, Environment, Environmental sustainability, Forced labor, Freedom of association / collective bargaining / industrial relations, Leadership, Non-discrimination/rights protection for: indigenous and tribal peoples, Non-discrimination/rights protection for: migrant workers, Non-discrimination/rights protection for: workers with HIV and AIDS, Purchasing practices, Raw materials / sustainable fabrics, Traceability, Transparency, Wages, Working time|
|Vehicle for disclosure||Webpage|
|Cost to access||Free|
|Intended users of the Disclosure||Consumers, NGOs and civil society|