Social standard

Social norms are derived from international and territorial labor laws, they provide for the normality of working conditions. Today, international laws are not binding enough, so normality is relative depending on the place: social standards are not the same in the United States, in France and in the countries of South-East Asia (the main source of textile production). Wages, work environment, security, contracts, the logic induced by globalization plays with these differences to lower the costs of the goods produced.

At Adalma, all our production, from design to sale, respects the social standards of French law because all the companies we work with are located in France.