Baptist World Aid Australia has released its scorecard of 330 fashion brands, letting consumers know which ones are failing or improving in mitigating the risk of worker exploitation within their supply chains.
The marks were allocated from A through to F based on the company's policies, how well they knew their suppliers and a category called "worker empowerment".
You can view the entire list here, but this is how some of your favourites scored:
Unfortunately, most of the companies that scored at or below a D+ were based in Australia, including popular chain store Valleygirl and the nation's favourite school uniform and tradie-wear stockist Lowes.
"Beyond niche ethical producers that consistently score the top grade, multinational companies like Patagonia and Zara are trumping Australian fashion brands," Baptist World Aid Australia advocacy manager Gershon Nimbalker said.
"There have been a number of Australian companies like Cotton On Group and Kmart that have made significant headway in this area, but 72% of companies that scored at or below a D+ are headquartered here."
Homegrown women's brands Karen Walker, Witchery and Kookai all scored in the Bs; Portmans and Peter Alexander scored C+.
Some of Australia's favourite surf brands – Roxy, Rip Curl, Quiksilver and Billabong – all scored in the C range.
In activewear Adidas (A-), Reebok (A-) and lululemon (B+) came out on top, ahead of brands such as Nautica (B-), New Balance (B-), Lorna Jane (C+) and Nike (C+).
Fans of Ben Sherman's checked button-ups might be disappointed to learn the British menswear brand only earned a C- rating, as did Aussie festival girl favourite MINKPINK.
Mums may be cheering, with basics and smart slacks outlet Sportscraft earning an A-; nanna, however, might be cranky about Noni B's C rating.
A dive into the underwear drawer awarded Bonds and Berlei an A- each; Calvin Klein scored a C+ while Victoria's Secret's scored a D+.
The Tarocash chain received a C+ rating.
International chains earned these scores: H&M (B+), UNIQLO (B), Topshop and Topman (C+). Australia's Supre (A-) topped the Aussie chains, followed by department stores Kmart (B), Target (B-) and Best & Less (C).
All the incense in India couldn't stop Tree of Life being awarded a C+. Aussie chain Dangerfield was also rated C+. Sportsgirl, Seafolly and Glassons all scored in the Bs.
Tell your dad that Roger David and Ron Bennett earned F ratings for not disclosing information about their supply chains. Rivers, meanwhile, with its sensible loafers, earned a B rating.
General Pants and its basics line earned a C, as did some of the labels it stocks: Converse, Evil Twin, Staple the Label and Somedays Lovin.
In the denim department, Nudie Jeans scored an A- followed by Cheap Monday (B+), Levis (B+), Lees (B-) and Jay Jays and Just Jeans which both got C+.