The customer is a human being, not a purse.
The designer is a human being, not a goldmine for others to exploit.
The presenter of fashion
The presenter of fashion is a human being, not an object.
The worker is a human being, not an asset.
The supplier is a human being, not a slave.
A manager is a guardian, not a self-important bully.
Careers make little sense and need a rethink.
Clothes are a mirror of a person’s personality, moods and wishes,
not a way to align with trends or conventions.
Products have consequences.
Consequences will be addressed, not ignored.
Resources are limited and will be used at a sustainable level.
The environment is essential to the human survival.
It is neither an asset nor a dump.
dot.international aims at a system that allows a maximum number of people to profit from a single product, not at a system that generates a maximum profit for a single person.