Clothes are often labelled made in. The Made in label is not mandatory, but many brands and garment makeers add it to their garment. But what does that indication of the country of manufacture actually say, or does it really say anything at all? When the garment says "Made in Finland", it means that one of the ingredients of the product is probably made in Finland. The Made in label often indicates the last largest working manufacturing component of the product. Such an operation is, for example, sewing from finished fabric into a pile of clothes. The Made in label does not indicate, for example, where the previous steps of the garment were made, or where and how the materials were made or where the other soyments of the garment came from.

What is the price of responsible fashion and fast fashion? Many simplify the price of a garment to consist only of its manufacture: "How can this garment be so expensive to make? Or "Why do they ask for so much cover for a garment?"

What factors can be used to identify responsible fashion? What are the means to choose responsible fashion? Responsible fashion takes into account both people and the environment. Responsibility the clothing industry can therefore be viewed from three major perspectives: social, economic and environmental responsibility perspectives.