Analysis from Re/Make

Even on the most basic level, Uniqlo has no information on where and how its products are produced. The company reveals nothing about its makers’ wages and factory conditions. In fact, an Indonesian garment maker who formerly worked for the brand has written up a report of her time spent working within the lowest rungs of fashion supply chains in a recent plea to the UN to support garment workers — certainly not a good sign.

Total Score (100): 17
Transparency & Traceability (out of 14): 3
Maker Well-Being (out of 33): 0
Environmental Sustainability (out of 31): 9
Sustainable Raw Materials (out of 14): 2
Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion (out of 8): 3