Is QUIZ a Fast Fashion Brand?

Screenshot of QUIZ website

Yes, QUIZ is a fast fashion brand.

QUIZ is a Scottish fast fashion brand, founded by Scottish-Pakistani businessman Tarak Ramzan.

QUIZ has around 300 shops, as well as international online partners in 20 countries. The company now has over 1400 employees, and in 2017 it was valued at £245 million.

On its Governance page, the brand states: “QUIZ believes that business can be a force for good, and that we have a unique opportunity to change how products are made, leading to a positive social impact.” However, it seems they take little action to implement this, providing only the minimum legal documentation around supply chain, anti-slavery policies on their website.

They do not openly document their suppliers, nor any aims to be more sustainable.  

In 2020, QUIZ began investigations into their Leicester factories on the allegation that garment workers were being paid illegally low wages.

Transparency Rating: N/A
Sustainability Rating: 1/5

This snippet is part of a larger guide to UK fast fashion brands, which goes into more detail about the issues with fast fashion, why it will never be sustainable, and how to make your wardrobe more sustainable.

Data for this review is taken from the brand’s website, corporate website, and Wikipedia. The Transparency Rating is from Fashion Transparency Index 2020. The Sustainability Rating is from Good On You.


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