Momotaro is a Japanese company making jeans ranging in price from $250 to $2000. Craft and handwork goes into them all and the denim in the most expensive jeans is made on hand-operated looms (“Japan Reinvents the Bluejean, for $2000,” WSJ, June 6th, 2018: behind paywall, sorry).
I do not know the exact business structure but the company appears to meet requirements of Scheler’s estate, which I argue in V&R Chapter 5 is the most moral business plan.
This great video takes you through the manufacturing process (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ek5520fSymY), and starts with the observation that hand picked cotton is essential to the quality of the end product as little of the plant gets mixed in with the raw cotton. The cotton is farmed in Zimbabwe.