Between Tom Ford, Max Mara to Vans, North Face, H&M tops 2019 transparency index


H&M is one of the leading retail giants out there and rightly so, the label got ranked first on the '2019 Fashion Transparency Index' scored by Fashion Revolution. 

Leaving Adidas, Tom ford and Esprit behind, the apparel brand leads the frontlines with 73% of 250 points, scoring the highest amongst all the lusted brands. 



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Following H&M was C&A at 70 percent, and Adidas and Reebok at 69 percent each. The average overall score across the 198 brands reviewed landed at 25 percent, 3 percentage points higher than 2019.

Puma, Asos, Nike and VF Corporation – the company behind brands including The North Face, Timberland, Vans and Wrangler – are also in the top 10. The joint lowest-scoring brands included Bally, Jessica Simpson (the pop star’s label), Max Mara, Mexx, Pepe Jeans and Tom Ford, all of which revealed nothing at all about their practices for 2020.

Well, fashion and sensibility- the best of both worlds! 

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(SOURCE: The Guardian)