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Committing to radical transparency

It's no secret that retailers mark up their products by eight or ten times what it costs to produce them. But very few challenge the status quo. Following the lead of clothing brand Everlane, Ettitude is a homeware company that pulls back the curtain on its entire production cycle.

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