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About Us


Why We Exist

Today’s for-profit businesses exist to maximize shareholder value at all costs. In the context of fashion, these “costs” are exporting negative externalities abroad.


We hope to provide a template for how businesses can and should be run – one that seeks to optimize three bottom lines (social, environmental, and financial), not just profits.

 

Donating 5% of Sales

We donate 5% of sales to causes we care about:

  1. Education - In increments of $1,000, we will give money directly to individual teachers in low-income districts. They will be able to choose how to spend the money (e.g. school supplies). Almost all public school teachers (94%) have spent their own money on school supplies without getting reimbursed, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
  2. Environment - We will give money to a rotating list of environmental NGOs

 

Ethical & Transparent Supply Chain

When companies get into trouble regarding their supply chain, it often is because they do not know where all of their clothes are being produced (Hidden subcontracting in the garment industry). In order to ensure ethical production, we believe knowing your supply chain and transparency are imperative.

To see a list of all of our factories (cut-and-sew factories and fabric / material supplier factories) and the absolute lowest wages of workers in these factories, download the below excel document. We index all wages against what we consider to be a livable wage (also included in excel). We are committed to ensuring all factory workers earn a livable wage.

Our Factory Workers' Lowest Wages Compared To Livable Wages

To see our cut-and-sew factory audit, download the below pdf. 

Independent Factory Audit Report

 

Assessment of Our Supply Chain

  • Social Justice - Our factory workers are compensated fairly and work in humane conditions
  • Environment - We use too many synthetic materials (e.g. polyester, nylon, etc.) that are bad for the environment. This is typical of most athletic wear, but we are actively searching for better alternatives while maintaining a high quality of product. One positive step we have made is we will be sending all products in biodegradable packaging starting January 2020

 

We are a Benefit Corporation (Pending)

Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.

     

    Returns & Contact Information

    We offer free returns. For return instructions and all other inquiries, please email us.

    Email: tommy@foxandrobin.com

     

    Learn More About Issues in Fashion

    If you are interested in learning more about the social and environmental issues that plague the fashion industry, we recommend the below documentaries / videos.

     The True Cost - Documentary

    Fast Fashion With John Oliver - YouTube Clip

    The Ugly Truth Of Fast Fashion | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj