Dazey LA

Rating: It's a start

Price: $ $ $ $

Location: United States

Environmental Policies and Practices

When it comes to evaluating the environmental impact of brands, our “Planet” rating takes into account various factors related to sustainability in their supply chains. In the case of Dazey LA, we have rated it as “It’s a Start”. While the brand shows some effort in using lower-impact materials such as organic cotton, there is currently no evidence that it is taking meaningful action to reduce or eliminate hazardous chemicals in its manufacturing processes. Additionally, there is no evidence of significant measures being taken to reduce water use.

In terms of waste reduction, Dazey LA stands out by limiting its production runs. By doing so, the brand minimizes the amount of waste generated. This is a positive step towards sustainable practices and deserves recognition.

Workers’ Rights and Fair Practices

At our blog, we value and prioritize workers’ rights. Our “People” rating focuses on the policies and practices of brands in relation to issues such as child labor, living wages, and gender equality. Unfortunately, Dazey LA has been rated “Not Good Enough” in this regard.

One of the contributing factors to this rating is the absence of a Code of Conduct within the brand. Without a clear framework in place, it becomes difficult to assess the brand’s commitment to fair labor practices. However, Dazey LA does partly trace its supply chain, which includes the final production stage. While this is a good step towards transparency, it is worth noting that the final production stage takes place in the USA, which is considered a medium-risk country for labor abuse.

The brand claims to ensure payment of a living wage within its supply chain. However, it does not provide a clear definition of what constitutes a living wage. Without this specific information, it is challenging to fully evaluate the brand’s commitment to fair practices.

Animal Welfare Considerations

When it comes to animal welfare, our “Animals” rating focuses on brands’ policies and their ability to trace animal-derived products. Dazey LA has been rated as “It’s a Start” in this category.

While there is no evidence of an animal welfare policy being in place, it is worth noting that the brand appears to use leather in its products. However, it does not appear to use other animal-derived materials such as wool, down, fur, angora, exotic animal skin, or exotic animal hair. This limited use of animal-derived materials is a positive aspect.

Overall Rating

Based on an in-depth review of all publicly available information, we have rated Dazey LA as “It’s a Start” overall. This rating takes into account the brand’s environmental policies, workers’ rights practices, and animal welfare considerations.

While Dazey LA shows some effort in using lower-impact materials and minimizing waste, there is room for improvement in terms of reducing hazardous chemicals in manufacturing and water use. The absence of a Code of Conduct and the lack of a specific definition for a living wage contribute to a less favorable rating in terms of workers’ rights. However, the brand’s limited use of animal-derived materials is commendable.

As a sustainability-focused blog, we encourage Dazey LA and other brands to continuously strive for improvement in all aspects of their operations. By implementing and transparently communicating stronger environmental, labor, and animal welfare practices, brands can work towards higher ratings and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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