By Walid

Our Rating: 4 Stars - Good

Price: $ $ $ $

Country of origin: United Kingdom

Official brand website: Visit

By Walid is a brand that has received a “Great” rating in our “Planet” category. This rating is based on the brand’s environmental policies in its supply chains, specifically focusing on factors such as carbon emissions, wastewater management, business models, and product circularity.

  • By Walid uses a high proportion of lower-impact materials, including upcycled materials. This helps reduce the environmental impact of its products.
  • The brand also prioritizes the use of low impact materials, which helps limit the use of chemicals, water, and wastewater in its supply chain.
  • To minimize waste, By Walid limits its production runs. This means that it produces only what is necessary, reducing excess and waste in the process.
  • In an effort to reduce the climate impact of long-distance shipping, By Walid manufactures its products closer to home. This helps reduce carbon emissions associated with transporting goods over long distances.

In terms of workers’ rights, By Walid has received a “Good” rating in our “People” category. This rating takes into account the brand’s policies and practices regarding workers’ rights, including issues such as child labor, living wages, and gender equality.

  • Most of By Walid’s products are made in-house by a small team. This means that the brand has direct control over the working conditions and treatment of its workers.
  • The brand also traces all of its supply chain, ensuring transparency and accountability throughout the production process.
  • However, there is no evidence to suggest that By Walid ensures workers are paid living wages. This is an area where the brand can improve its practices to further prioritize workers’ rights.

In our “Animals” category, By Walid has received a rating of “Not Good Enough”. This rating focuses on the brand’s animal welfare policies and its traceability of animal-derived products.

  • By Walid uses materials such as wool, recycled fur, recycled exotic animal hair, and silk. The use of these materials raises concerns regarding animal welfare.
  • The brand does use recycled leather in all of its leather products, which shows a commitment to sustainability and reducing waste.
  • However, By Walid does not appear to use down, angora, or exotic animal skin in its products.

Overall, based on all publicly available information, we have rated By Walid as “Good”. The brand has shown a commitment to sustainability through its use of lower-impact materials, limited production runs to minimize waste, and manufacturing products closer to home to reduce carbon emissions. However, there are areas where By Walid can improve, particularly in ensuring workers are paid living wages and addressing animal welfare concerns.

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