Our Rating: 3 Stars - It's a start

Price: $ $ $ $

Country of origin: Portugal

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Andorine, a fashion brand that focuses on sustainability, has an environment rating of ‘not good enough’. While it does use some eco-friendly materials, including recycled materials, there is no evidence that it minimizes packaging. However, one positive aspect is that it manufactures its products locally, which helps reduce its carbon footprint.

When it comes to the brand’s labor rating, it is also ‘not good enough’. The final stage of production is undertaken in Portugal, a country that poses a medium risk for labor abuse. Surprisingly, there is no evidence that Andorine has a Code of Conduct in place. Furthermore, the brand does not ensure payment of a living wage in its supply chain, and there is no evidence of any supply chain audits being conducted.

On the bright side, Andorine’s animal rating is ‘it’s a start’. The brand does not use fur, leather, down, exotic animal skin, or angora in its products. However, it does use wool and exotic animal hair, which can raise concerns about animal welfare.

All in all, Andorine receives an overall rating of ‘It’s a start’ in terms of sustainability. While the brand incorporates some eco-friendly materials and avoids certain animal-derived materials, there are areas where improvements can be made. It is important for Andorine to take meaningful action to reduce or eliminate hazardous chemicals, ensure a fair wage for its workers, and implement auditing processes within its supply chain.

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