Clothing Retailers told to Come Clean on Burma

Author: Burma Campaign UK, Published on: 16 December 2003

Companies refusing to disclose if they source clothes from Burma are today named and shamed by the Burma Campaign UK. 41 clothing retailers have ignored repeated requests to disclose whether they source clothes from Burma...The companies named and shamed for refusing to disclose their policy are: Harrods, Bay Trading, By Design Plc, Benetton, Ciro Citteri, Elle, Etam, Intersport, Karen Millen, Liberty, TCS, Animal, Naf Naf, Jo Bloggs, Jeffrey Rogers, Pied a terre, Savoy Tailors Guild, Shellys, Calvin Klein [part of Phillips-Van Heusen], La Coste, Young Fashion, Great Universal Stores(GUS), Argos Ltd, Claire’s Accessories, MK One, Shoe Box, First Sport, Lillywhites, Hawkshead, Urban Outfitters, Mambo, Mexx [part of Liz Claiborne], Paul Smith, Reiss, Hobbs, Jane Norman, Miss Sixty, Boxfresh, and LK Bennett.

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Related companies: Argos (part of Home Retail Group) Bay Trading Benetton Calvin Klein (part of PVH) Harrods Hobbs Intersport Jane Norman (part of Edinburgh Woollen Mill) Jo Bloggs Liberty PLC Lillywhites (part of Sports Direct) Liz Claiborne (part of J.C. Penney) Mambo Mexx (part of RNF Holding) MK One (part of Baugur) Naf Naf Paul Smith PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen) Sports Direct Urban Outfitters