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Last updated: April 2016 

 

 

Contact the companies who score worst in our Transparency Index

 

Ethical Consumer, together with Fashion Revolution, have released the inaugural Fashion Transparency Index. 

In it we rate and rank companies based on how transparent they are about what is happening in their supply chain.

Here you can contact companies that score the lowest marks in the Index and ask them to improve their transparency so we can start to answer the quesion #whomademyclothes.

 

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Download the Transparency Index 


 

Contact the lowest scoring companies in the Transparency Index

 

Let them know you want them to be more transparent about who makes their clothes. 

 

 

Chanel 

Transparency Index Score: 10
 

Contact Chanel via their website.

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Hermes 

Transparency Index Score: 17 
 

Contact Hermes via their website

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Claire's Accessories

Transparency Index Score: 17
 

Contact via email on onlinecustomerservices@claires.co.uk

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Forever 21 

Transparency Index Score: 19 
 

Contact via email on ukcustomerservice@forever21.com

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Fendi
 

Transparency Index Score: 19
 

Contact Fendi via their website

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LVMH 
 

Transparency Index Score: 19
 

Contact LVHM via their website

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Monsoon Accessorize
 

Transparency Index Score: 20


 

Contact Monsoon via their website

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Prada 
 

Transparency Index Score: 21


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Michael Kors 
 

Transparency Index Score: 21
 

Contact Michael Kors via their website

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Aeropostale 
 

Transparency Index Score: 24
 

 

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Under Armour
 

Transparency Index Score: 25
 

 

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Download the full Transparency Index > 

 

 

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