Glass Clothing Photoshoot



Glass Clothing is a fashion label which centres around the idea of transparency. Amongst the widespread allegations of companies involved with sweatshops and slave labour, we stand out as the people who show you exactly who is behind our products. It couldn’t be more simple.

Glass Clothing was founded in 2017 by Honi Pein, aged 16.

How We Are Transparent

We communicate directly with our tailors in Lahore, Pakistan, to make sure that every single person involved in the making of our clothes is treated fairly. This way, no one slips under the radar, and no one is invisible.

We provide important information about our tailors, right here on this website, so that everyone is able to have access to information about how their clothes are made. This means people are able to see that no one has been harmed or exploited in the making of their clothes, which is sadly the reality in many other cases.

How Glass Clothing is a Brand of the Future

Youth Involvement – Before Honi founded the company, she noticed that there were young people who cared about exploitation in the clothing industry, but could not afford to buy from available ethical clothing brands. Glass Clothing fills that gap.

  • We are a young brand – many teenagers (18 or younger) are involved with us and help us extend our reach. Working with us allows young people to use what they are passionate about, from photography to journalism. In this way, they are able to make a difference, and be involved in an exciting project outside of school.
  • We keep our prices competitive – partly so that young people and students can afford them, but also to show that it is not necessary to exploit people in order to produce reasonably priced clothing.

Body Positivity – Our models are confident, happy and vibrant people. We select them based on these criteria, and no others. We do not require a certain way of looking, such as a specific weight or skin colour. Instead of this, we want confidence, happiness and vibrancy to represent our brand.

Want to know more? Read about how we started.