Screenshot of one of millions of examples of "imported"
Which country a garment is made in is mildly indicative of labor standards. How do you know what a garment worker is making in each country? According to Elizabeth Cline, author of Overdressed, you can bet they're not making more than minimum wage in their country. How do you know what the conditions are? You don't, unless the brand tells you what their supply chain is like.
So, when I see "Imported" I know it's meant to sound exotic...but I also see it as an industry cop-out getting in the way of manufacturing transparency. It's already so hard to figure out which countries have better standards for their workers - but "Imported" helps even less in guiding my purchases.