Sustainability - Fair Trade

Transparent supply chain lies at the core of our way of doing business. Textile industry, by its nature, involves a multi-step, complex manufacturing processes. These include sourcing of the fabrics, yarn and materials, washing, dyeing, printing, finishing, accessory part manufacturing, cut and sew, final manufacturing and assembling. There are either integrated manufacturing plants who offer end-to-end production or first tier companies who do final cut and sew, manufacturing and sub-contract the rest of the steps. In both alternatives, there is neither control nor transparency within subcontractors or the suppliers.

With Reflect Studio’s strong notion that radical transparency establishes trust, we have built our own manufacturing department that finds, evaluates, plans and controls all suppliers in this complex production processes in the making of our garments. We work exclusively with small factories, whom we build a close, trusting relationship with.

Relying on 3rd party international standards is a must. However, as a manufacturing office, we aim to clear the opacity of the standard supply chain we go beyond the certifications and develop intrinsic and transparent relationships with our suppliers.

Sürdürülebilirlik - Adil Üretim

Fair working conditions

The complex structure of manufacturing unfortunately leads to an opaque supply chain where one cannot examine the working conditions of subcontractors. However, we believe every single individual in our ecosystem should benefit from fair and safe living standards. That is why we have obtained, and continue to obtain certain international standards that are issued by international 3rd party certifications.

All our suppliers are certified with BSCI (Business Social Complaince Initiative), which protect the rights of employees in terms such as working hours, compensations, freedom of unionisation, healthy and safety.

BSCI

(Business Social Compliance Initiative)

A BSCI document determines how companies comply with social responsibility standards:

Working hours
Work compensations
Avoiding forced labour
Freedom of unionisation
Prohibiting discrimination

Worker health and safety
Management standards
Environmental safety policy
Legislative harmonisation

Sürdürülebilirlik - Adil Üretim - Üretim Hikayesi - Çeşitlilik, Kapsayılıcık, Cinsiyet Eşitliği

Ürünlerimizin Üretim Hikayesi

Since we favour transparency in every step of production, we would like you to know where, by whom, and under which conditions the products you purchase were made. Therefore we document all steps of the production process and share it with you through the QR codes we sew on the interior parts of our products. You can take a picture of these codes, which are specifically designed for each product, and easily reach the lifelong value analysis of WWF Market products from the moment the cotton is picked up until the production and packaging phases.

Diversity, inclusion and gender equality

At Reflect Studio HQ, over 50% of the team are women. In our supply chain, we work with 20 different ateliers of which 13 of them are women-owned. We constantly work towards empowering underrepresented communities through our hiring policies.

WWF Market x Reflect Studio

Sürdürülebilirlik

Sustainability - Fair Trade

Transparent supply chain lies at the core of our way of doing business. Textile industry, by its nature, involves a multi-step, complex manufacturing processes. These include sourcing of the fabrics, yarn and materials, washing, dyeing, printing, finishing, accessory part manufacturing, cut and sew, final manufacturing and assembling. There are either integrated manufacturing plants who offer end-to-end production or first tier companies who do final cut and sew, manufacturing and sub-contract the rest of the steps. In both alternatives, there is neither control nor transparency within subcontractors or the suppliers. 

With Reflect Studio’s strong notion that radical transparency establishes trust, we have built our own manufacturing department that finds, evaluates, plans and controls all suppliers in this complex production processes in the making of our garments. We work exclusively with small factories, whom we build a close, trusting relationship with.
Relying on 3rd party international standards is a must. However, as a manufacturing office, we aim to clear the opacity of the standard supply chain we go beyond the certifications and develop intrinsic and transparent relationships with our suppliers.

Sustainability - Fair Trade - Fair working conditions - BSCI

Fair working conditions

The complex structure of manufacturing unfortunately leads to an opaque supply chain where one cannot examine the working conditions of subcontractors. However, we believe every single individual in our ecosystem should benefit from fair and safe living standards. That is why we have obtained, and continue to obtain certain international standards that are issued by international 3rd party certifications.

All our suppliers are certified with BSCI (Business Social Complaince Initiative), which protect the rights of employees in terms such as working hours, compensations, freedom of unionisation, healthy and safety.

BSCI

(Business Social Compliance Initiative)

A BSCI document determines how companies comply with social responsibility standards. 

BSCI standards protects the following rights of employees:

Working hours

Work compensations

Avoiding forced labour

Freedom of unionisation

Prohibiting discrimination

Worker health and safety

Management standards

Environmental safety policy

Legislative harmonisation

Sustainability - Fair Trade - Production Story - Diversity, inclusion and gender equality

Production story

Since we favour transparency in every step of production, we would like you to know where, by whom, and under which conditions the products you purchase were made. Therefore we document all steps of the production process and share it with you through the QR codes we sew on the interior parts of our products. You can take a picture of these codes, which are specifically designed for each product, and easily reach the lifelong value analysis of WWF Market products from the moment the cotton is picked up until the production and packaging phases.

Diversity, inclusion and gender equality

At Reflect Studio HQ, over 50% of the team are women. In our supply chain, we work with 20 different ateliers of which 13 of them are women-owned. We constantly work towards empowering underrepresented communities through our hiring policies.