Besides the fact that if a clothing company doesn't explicitly say that their clothes are made responsibly it means they very likely are NOT, all I can tell you is that I sent the email below to email@example.com seven days ago and have not heard a word. You can draw your own conclusions.
I am a fashion blogger, and I'm doing a piece on Trish Summerville's Capitol Couture line.
Considering the message of The Hunger Games, it naturally seems that it would be especially important for this line to be made responsibly and under safe and humane working conditions. Could you please give me information about how responsibly it's made? Where is the factory (or factories), and how are the workers treated and paid? Also, has any effort been put into the garments being made sustainably (considering the dystopian, environmentally devastated world of The Hunger Games)?
Thank you very much. I look forward to hearing from you.
In case you don't know what working conditions are like for the vast majority of the people making our clothes, watch the video below. (Kind of reminds you of the districts, doesn't it?)
P.S. If you'd like to change your mind and answer my email, Net-A-Porter, please do! I'm happy to revise my post with any new information you may be willing to share.