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Fashion Transparency Index 2017

Author: Fashion Revolution, Published on: 6 June 2017

We don’t know enough about the impact our clothing has on people and planet...Overall brands are widely sharing policies and commitments...Brands publish little information about the impactsof their practices...Increasing number of brands are disclosing who their suppliers are...Still a long way to go towards paying a living wage...Few brands promoting efforts to extend the life of products and reduce consumption of resources...More opportunity to increase supply chain transparency...

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Related companies: adidas Anthropologie (part of Urban Outfitters) ASOS Banana Republic (part of Gap) Benetton Dior (part of LVMH) Esprit Fast Retailing Forever 21 Gap H&M Heilan Home LVMH Monsoon Accessorize Old Navy (part of Gap) Ralph Lauren Reebok (part of adidas) s.Oliver Uniqlo (part of Fast Retailing) Urban Outfitters VF Corp