Our Business & Supply Chain


At Oxford we believe fashion is transitory but style is permanent. Oxford is an iconic Australian brand defined by its relaxed yet modern approach to product design. We value the chance to make something beautiful, meaningful and lasting.

The company is comprised of:
• Oxford Retail, a chain of around 42 stores in Australia
• Oxford Online, an online shopping business
• Oxford Online International, an online collaboration servicing Southeast Asian markets



Oxford’s supply chain is both diverse and dynamic. Our key priority of trading ethically and acting responsibly towards the workers in our suppliers’ factories is managed principally through our long association with SGS.

SGS Social Compliance works directly with both new and existing suppliers to ensure they demonstrate compliance with the requirements of our Auditing Standards. One of the greatest risks within our supply chain is the exploitation of vulnerable workers. Our Supplier Code of Conduct clearly set out the minimum standards and requirements for our product suppliers in relation to workers’ safety and human rights, employment and working conditions.

Auditing is an indispensable tool for identifying potential human rights risks. 100% of factories supplying Oxford branded products were audited during the most recent financial year. Factory audit ratings are used as an internal metric and 90% of those factories audited achieved an acceptable rating.
The feedback and results of audits are shared with our suppliers and our priority is to support factories, ensuring they understand the requirements and expectations of them.

We use a large variety of raw materials and our aim is to ensure these materials are sourced and produced sustainably and responsibly. The product supply chains we work with are complex and making improvements in supply chain traceability and transparency is a focus for Oxford. We work closely with our suppliers in different parts of the supply chain to understand where raw materials are sourced and to identify where we can source more responsibly.