Posh, "ethically correct" fashion is news in the Financial Times (found via WorldChanging). People have the right to do whatever they want with their bodies and money and no right to interfere with others. Unlike other forms of putting one's ideas into practice, "ethical consumerism" respects the freedom of everyone else. That is the way to go.
I doubt that ethical consumers do any good to children by avoiding products manufactured by children, but that is another matter. Ethical consumers and all consumers have the right to shop as they please.