Fashion Enter and the Factory Featured in The Telegraph
At the weekend, 4th March 2017, Fashion Enter and the Factory was held in an exemplary light in an article featured in The Telegraph by Ashley Armstrong. The article discussed how fashion chains really need to up their game in terms of ethical and transparent working practices.
From the article:
‘Jenny Holloway, chief executive of Fashion Capital and a former buyer for M&S, is a rare example of someone whose UK factory business is booming.
It produces 8,000 garments a week for ASOS, M&S’s Best of British line and collections for designer of the moment, Molly Goddard. The company’s strength is that its north London base can deliver clothes to the British market faster than any supplier in Asia.’
Jenny comments: “Our Factory operates totally transparently and ethically proving you can make garment manufacturing successfully in the UK today. We have a stable happy workforce that triggers bonuses each week with carefully planned performance related pay thanks to Galaxius. The doors are open for those that want to view the factory.”