Published on 24/10/18
Ethical Clothing Australia (ECA®) congratulates Sydney children’s label Down the Rabbit Hole (DTRH) on its accreditation, offering another ethical clothing option to consumers looking for children’s wear.
Founded by mother of three Casey Castro, DTRH is an Australian children’s brand that uses only the highest quality organic, recycled or fair-trade materials in all their products. Casey started the brand after finding it hard to buy clothing for her own children. She was specially looking for clothing that was made to last and could be handed down form one child to the next.
“Down the Rabbit Hole’s accreditation shows how Australian businesses of all types are making a commitment to local production and high-quality clothing that gives people purchasing options,” ECA National Manager Angela Bell said.
“Many shoppers are looking for alternatives to fast fashion because they would rather invest clothing that is going to last through the generations and general wear and tear. People are concerned about the negative impact of fast fashion and supporting an industry that is fueling waste and so it’s great that we have a new option for people wanting to buy high quality children’s wear.
“We love seeing people take ethical production into their own hands as Casey has done by starting the label, and we commend her for committing to accreditation with ECA.”
All DTRH designs are unisex and plain coloured with no motifs or patterns, and come in a range of sizes, from 0 to 10.