Code of conduct
The fashion industry continues to be a source of exploitation for millions of workers worldwide. The 2019 Ethical Fashion Report emphasizes unethical practices that exacerbate poverty among workers in the fashion industry. These practices include, low wages such that people cannot support their families, child labour and slavery, and unsafe working conditions.
At Adrift we have invested in being transparent about our manufacturing, so we are accountable to our customers, community, and workers, to ensure our high ethical standards are upheld. We have renovated our Bali factory so beautifully we would be proud for any of our staff or customers to visit and meet our Bali team.
Where is Adrift made?
Adrift manufactures in Bali, Indonesia in a factory we own, and in partner factories in India. To make Adrift clothes, the factory must comply with our code of conduct detailed below.