This report looks into to top 200 clothing brands in the UK. Lots of companies didn’t respond, but the ones that did we required to answer questions on supply chains, environmental impacts and so on.
Definitely have a look for yourself, and work out where you’re willing to buy:
But in summary, the brands that didn’t score well were:
Chanel, Valentino, Matalan, Sandro, River Island, Versace, Steve Madden, Desigual, Armani, Michael Kors, Muji, Sports Direct, Forever 21, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, D&G, Diane Von Furstenburg, Revolve, Marni, Diesel, Boohoo, Ted Baker, J Crew, ALDO, Monsoon, Tod’s, Mango, Kate Space, Celine, Marc Jacobs, Victoria’s Secret, Topshop, John Lewis, New Look.
Brands that scored pretty well:
Bottega Venetta, Saint Laurent, Uniqlo, Hermes, Champion, Massimo Dutti
Brands that scored the best:
North Face, Marks and Spencer, Gap, Levi, Adidas, Reebok, Patagonia, Espirit.
I was pretty surprised at some, have a look at the document on the Fashion Revolution website:
(featured image is from a second hand shop in Bristol on Park Street xxxx)