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Wolf & Badger Corporate Social Responsibility Policy & Code of Ethics

  • We only work with independent brands, which are businesses owned, run or managed by the designer or their family.

  • The collections are locally produced in small production runs, by artisans or the designer themselves, wherever possible.

  • We encourage a fair and transparent supply chain, ensuring that our suppliers do not use sweatshops, trafficked, bonded, child or forced labour.

  • No farmed fur, exotic skins or feathers. This means that although we sell some animal hides such as cow and lamb, we only sell skins where they are a co-product of the meat industry. We will never sell a product where an animal has been killed for its skin alone.

  • We encourage our suppliers to only use sustainably sourced wood if making products from endangered or exotic hardwoods by utilising off-cuts or recycled wood. This means that they should not contribute to illegal logging or deforestation.

  • We encourage all our wellness and beauty product suppliers to use natural, plant-based and non-synthetic ingredients, wherever possible. We also ask these same suppliers to not test constituent ingredients or the finished product itself on animals.

  • We pay the vast majority of all sales proceeds directly to the brands themselves. This means that they are able to pay better wages to their suppliers, create better quality products, produce locally and leave less of an environmental impact in getting their products to you.

  • All the designs we sell are unique, original and proprietary to each individual brand. All items are manufactured by the designer or under their close guidance and produced specifically for them, to stringent quality standards. We will never sell another designer’s work passed off as an original.

  • We are in the process of declaring a climate emergency. So we aim to be carbon neutral by 2030. We work within a framework of continuous improvement, and therefore encourage all of our brands to consider and reduce the environmental impact of their business.

  • If it's not ethical, we won't do it!