Britons pretend to be more green than they actually are — survey

The study, by sustainable grocer and delivery firm Milk and More, found that 26% have pretended to have recycled old clothes when in fact they’ve put them out for the bin-men.The important point here is that consumers clearly want to be greener and that retailers and brands across fashion — as well as beauty — who make it easier for them could be long-term winners from this aspiration. <…

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Christmas month starts slowly for UK stores as footfall falters

Springboard said Tuesday that footfall at all destinations in the first real week of Christmas trading rose only 1% compared to the previous seven days. The week starting November 27 was slow despite the equivalent period a year ago having risen 3.2%คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. And with the wee…

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Clarks strike ends as Somerset workers reach deal

It involved workers signing new contracts that would have worsened pay and conditions for long-standing employees, while delivering a pay rise for more recent hires, the union said.Staff at the warehouse have been on strike since 4 October, saying Clarks had been seeking to cut their wages by almost 15% to £9.50 an hour.

However, the deal will ensure that no members of the Community unio…

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CFDA launches diversity-focused Impact initiative

The initiative, which launches with a talent directory powered by job platform Creatively on Friday, February 26, will seek to identify, connect, support and nurture Black and Brown creatives and professionals working in the fashion sector. Named after the CFDA’s mission “to strengthen the impact of American fashion designers in the global economy,” Impact will work to connect its more t…

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First US chain hotel in a half-century opens in Cuba

The newly-rechristened Cuba Four Points by Sheraton on Havana’s Quinta Avenida — a hotel owned by the Cuban military — now will be managed by the American hospitality giant.Located in Havana’s Miramar district, the posh hotel — formerly known as the Quinta Avenida hotel — has rooms available from $246 per night, according to its website.คำพูดจาก Read more

Folli says needs time to finish audit, will fix ‘operational failures’

The Greek firm’s shares plunged on the Athens stock exchange in May after a long-short equity fund Quintessential Capital Management (QCM) issued a report in May saying the company had overstated the number of retail outlets it operated worldwide.Folli denied the report, saying it was unfounded and misleading.คำพูดจาก Read more

Ganni gets B Corp Certification with high score

Its best score across the five key areas was 29.1 points under the environment heading following its extensive work with the certified organic, lower-impact and recycled fibres that are used for much of its output.That said, the restrictions of the B Corp framework meant it got no points for some of the work it’s been doing (such as its carbon insetting scheme) and it said it hopes certain pr…

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Global Fashion Agenda lists seven sustainability priorities for fashion industry leaders

“Fashion is one of the world’s most important industries, as well as one of the most resource and manpower-intensive onesคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. The environmental, social and ethical challenges which face the fashion industry today aren’t only a threat to the planet, but to the …

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‘Slaves to debt’- fashion models speak out about catwalk misery

“The worst thing is that it is impossible to talk about because in this industry people only want to work with ‘successful’ girls,” said 26-year-old Clara, who has appeared in Vogue and walked for uber-hip labels like Prada, Rick Owens and Comme des Garcons.The London-based model, who is deeply in debt to her agencies in New York and Paris, only agreed to talk to AFP of the trap she and many of…

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Merry or misery- Shoppers urged to avoid Christmas gifts linked to slavery

Festive goods ranging from toys to novelty jumpers to counterfeit designer bags may be produced using child slaves or other abused workers in often-complex global supply chains and consumers should be asking questions, experts said.About 25 million people are estimated to be trapped in forced labor, according to the United Nation’s International Labour Organization (ILO), and anti-slavery cam…

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