Juicy Couture (part of Authentic Brands Group)
Juicy Couture was founded in 1997 and purchased by the Liz Claiborne fashion label. As of October 2013, Juicy Couture became part of Authentic Brands Group.
Author: Red de Solidaridad de la Maquila
"Compañías y Marcas: puntos de presión con compañías internacionales de confecciones", agosto de 2019...
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Author: Responsible Sourcing Network
Responsible Sourcing Network...surpassed 100 signatories to the RSN Cotton Pledge...The growing number of...brands and retailers publicly committing to avoid Uzbek cotton communicates to the Government of Uzbekistan that the apparel industry does not...
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Author: Eric Lipton & Louise Story, New York Times
Despite a two-year effort to eliminate the threat of poisonous lead in inexpensive children’s jewelry, hundreds of thousands of tainted items are still being sold across the United States, the federal government has found... [O]f the 17.9 million...