Odd Molly’s responsibilities include ethical standards, social issues and the environment. Our ethical and environmental guidelines apply to everyone who works with Odd Molly: employees, suppliers, subcontractors and other partners. Environmental impacts are minimized as far as possible at every level of the supply chain. Odd Molly tries to be a sound company and set a good example, where taking responsibility is ingrained in the corporate culture. Odd Molly’s high-quality clothing can be worn year after year, and is in high demand in the secondhand market.
Odd Molly closely follows ethical and environmental guidelines to minimize business risks, which in the long run could affect the brand and the company’s reputation, and takes responsibility for using resources in a sustainable way.
The company has guidelines for suppliers and follows the Fair Wear Foundation’s Code of Labour Practices to ensure that factory workers are fairly treated, based on the ILO Conventions and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.