Tapestry joins 50-plus fashion firms with diversity pledge

The New York-based house, whose brands include Coach, Kate Spade New York and Stuart Weitzman, has signed an ‘Open to All’ pledge that aims to raise awareness of the importance of protecting people from discrimination.More than 50 fashion houses and brands have signed the pledge since its launch two years ago, including the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), Levi Strauss & Co., Gap Inc., Old Navy and the Ascena retail group (which includes Ann Taylor and Lane Bryant). Capri Holdings (Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo, Versace), Diane von Furstenberg, H&M Group and Inditex were among the others to sign.คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง

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U.S. trial accusing Trump foe Avenatti of Nike extortion kicks off

Avenatti, 48, is charged with threatening to publicize accusations that Nike Inc illegally paid families of college basketball recruits unless the sportswear company paid him and another lawyer $15 million to $25 million to conduct an internal probe.He is also charged with defrauding his client Gary Franklin, who coached in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League, by concealing a settlement offer made by Nike, and using the coach’s accusations to extract riches for himself.Nike has denied wrongdoing.

Avenatti has pleaded not guilty. He could face more than 40 years in prison if convicted.Prospective jurors will fill out questionnaires on Monday and be questioned by lawyers on Tuesday.Avenatti’s trial before U.Sคำพูดจาก

CMA targets fashion over greenwashing

Brands could be forced to change the way they advertise or face court action if they are found to have breached consumer protection law.The CMA is understood to have prioritised fashion because of the size of the market and the scale of consumer concernsคำพูดจาก pg slot เว็บใหม่. Other sectors of concern include beauty, food, drink and transport.

The CMA’s director of consumer protection, Cecilia Parker Aranha, told The Guardian newspaper: “People are becoming increasingly aware of the negative impact that fashion can have on our planet. “We know many shoppers are actively looking for brands which are doing good things for the environment – and …

Who made my clothes- Asian workers’ diaries show -human cost- of fashion

A year-long study of more than 500 workers in Cambodia, India and Bangladesh found women often work overtime or borrow money from their husbands to feed their families and pay rent.“I wouldn’t have enough money if we ate a lot,” read one entry by Chenda in Cambodia, where researchers found most workers were in their 20s and married, with some primary education and earned about $45 for a 48-hour week.คำพูดจาก Nhà Cái Casino Online

Fashion industry manufacturers have come under pressure to improve conditions and workers’ rights, particularly after the 2013 Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh.The largely female workforce in South Asia is often underpaid, faces verbal and sexual harass…

BFC partners with key groups to launch major circularity and innovation programme

Dubbed the Circular Fashion Innovation Network (CFIN), it comes with “a two-year ambition to create an industrial-scale change programme for the UK fashion and textile Industry through a lens of circularity and innovation”.The industry contributes £29 billion to UK gross domestic product, but it’s estimated that the consumption of new clothes in Britain is “higher than any other European country”, based on findings from The Circular Fashion Ecosystem Report by the Institute of Positive Fashion in 2021. 

“High consumption is coupled with low usage and large amounts of waste — there is therefore an urgent need to convene stakeholders and enable an actions-oriented forum to further the sustainable fashion agenda,” the BFC said.CFIN is co-chaired by BFC CEO Caroline …