Does Quincy Mae use ethical sourcing for all clothing and how do you monitor that?
Yes! We are meticulous about who we work with and how each piece is sourced. Since the brand's beginning we've been committed to only using the best and most transparent production partners that we could find.
Quincy Mae is designed in California and proudly produced in a partner factories in China that are committed to the well-being of their workers. We have our factories sign a code of conduct agreement which states all the critical components: No child labor, no forced work environments, pay fair wages, etc. In addition, all of the factories are in constant communication with our merchandising partners both locally and abroad and are visited year-round by this team, most of whom work in the facilities themselves. Our production facility has been sourcing some of the world's best brands since 1992, has 30K employees across all sectors and locations, and in our space has specialization in high quality children's garments. We also personally visit the factory on a recurring basis to check in with the team and see the process of production.
In 2018, the factory that produces Quincy Mae was selected as the "Outstanding Case of Social Responsibility of Chinese Private Enterprises" by the National Federation of Industry and Commerce.
How do I know the materials are premium, made sustainably, and safe for my baby?
We believe you deserve the best possible garments and accessories for your baby and family and it all started with garments we were designing and producing to put on our own babies, so this is the first question we asked ourselves as well. You can rest assured that every single piece produced by Quincy Mae lives up to our checklist of promises to be:
GOTS certified organicOEKO-TEX® Standard 100Sustainably madeEthically madeMade of natural fibersMade with natural dyesFree of antimicrobial chemicalsFree of formaldehydeFree of pesticidesFree of phthalatesFree of PFCsFree of polyvinyl chloride (PVC)Free of VOCs