Human Rights and Working Conditions

We don’t own our manufacturing facilities so we take great care selecting our manufacturing partners. Our approach is to build relationships with factories that are aligned with our values and meet our sourcing expectations. We work closely with our suppliers to build long-term partnerships based on transparency and mutual trust. We believe that the apparel industry has the potential to be a powerful catalyst for positive social, environmental, and economic opportunities globally—we’re dedicated to elevating our partners who are the best at what they do. In parallel, we must work together to engage in finding solutions to persistent challenges that the industry faces. 


Vendor Code of Ethics: Focus Areas

We work closely with our suppliers to build trust-based partnerships and to ensure that human rights and working conditions are best-in-class. Our Vendor Code of Ethics (VCoE) outlines exactly what we stand for when it comes to manufacturing, and all suppliers are expected to uphold legal, humane, and ethical standards of production.

Employee Health + Safety in Bangladesh

We take great care in selecting our suppliers. The health and safety of apparel industry employees is a critical requirement in our Vendor Code of Ethics program.

Supply Chains in Transparency Acts

We’re deeply committed to upholding ethical sourcing practices globally that respect human rights and elevate working conditions of all individuals who take part in manufacturing our products.

Youngone’s KSI Facility in Bangladesh

lululemon’s independent investigation conducted by Impactt at Youngone’s KSI facility has been completed. Conducted over six days in Bangladesh, and including more than 650 confidential worker interviews, the investigation identified findings in lline with those that were brought to our attention.