Fashion Transparency Index 2019

Last week, Fashion Revolution, one of the leading activist-led NGOs on ethical fashion, released their annual Transparency Index.

The report polls leading brands from across the world, to find out how transparent they are with their human rights and environmental policies. It’s a great benchmark to assess progress towards the sustainability and ethical goals we’re working towards, and this year’s report shows some really encouraging progress!

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Fashion Revolution ranks 200 of the biggest global fashion and apparel brands and retailers according to how much information they disclose about their suppliers, supply chain policies and practices, and social and environmental impact. While it’s not a marker of how ethical or sustainable the brands themselves are, but rather how open they are to customers and the public, it’s a great indication that little by little, the movement is picking up pace.

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You can read the full report online here, and I’ve also attached it here.

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All images are courtesy of Fashion Revolution