Named after the animal in the animated version of Robin Hood, Fox & Robin promises to “stand up for what is right and for those without a voice”. They do so by being an ethical and sustainable activewear brand.
As a Certified B Corp, Fox & Robin “optimizes for a triple bottom like: financial, social and environmental”. The company provides information on their supply chain on their website: restricting subcontracting and auditing all partner factories, direct relationships with all partners, all partners are SA 8000 certified or WRAP (indicating ethical production), pay fair prices for products and do not impose unreasonable deadlines.
Along with their transparency, Fox & Robin also promise to disclose wages and share their sustainability initiatives. They disclose such information under the Supply Chain page on their website. Currently 25% of their workers earn a living wage and promise to reach 100%, while they minimize their environmental footprint through: 100% plastic-free packaging with algae ink instead of petroleum-based inks, purchasing carbon offsets for shipments to keep them carbon neutral, creating timeless and high-quality products meant to last, and donating 1% of their sales.
Fox & Robin donates 1% of sales to NGOs to help protect the planet and replenish spent resources. They use the services of Forrest Galante, a world-renowned conservationist and member of the company’s advisory board, who hand selects all non-profits the company supports.