"MADE WHERE?" It's a common misconception that "made in Australia" means "made ethically". In reality, "firms headquartered in Australia and New Zealand and many European countries are largely trailing behind their international counterparts" on the sustainability front, according to the authors of the 2018 Baptist World Aid report.
Brands may also unknowingly or knowingly exploit workers, either in Australia or USA or Europe, by outsourcing parts of the manufacturing or supply process.Supply chains are complex and people might not know that some of the work they're doing is actually being given out to someone else.
So the question must be: How my clothes are made not only where!