Detective work: how can Guildhall uniforms be more ethical?

Another fantastic piece of student work from last week’s ‘Fashion ethics after the Rana Plaza collapse’.

Grand Challenge

Day 1_Detectives The labels inside the Guildhall Shopping Centre uniforms.

On Monday June 2nd, our Detective Work team promised to answer ethical fashion questions asked by passersby in Exeter’s Guildhall Shopping Centre. This is the first of four answers. They took all week to research, but they are worth waiting for.

The first question was asked by Sheryel Ashwell, the manager of the Centre. Here’s their answer. It’s not as straightforward as you’d expect… but there’s a reason for that. 

Researching the Guildhall Shopping Centre workwear 

When Sheryel came to see us in the ‘Talking Clothes’ shop, she bought with her a Fruit of the Loom polo shirt, an Arco Trojan Breathable Polo Shirt, a Beechfield Suprafleece ski hat and a pair of Absolute Apparel Cargo Trousers. All…

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