#ICYMI: Ralph Lauren receives backash after dressing Melania Trump, first ever fashion brand gets certified by eco label Svanen and UK garment workers earn less than half of the minimum wage
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Ralph Lauren are under fire after dressing new FLOTUS Melania Trump at her husband’s inauguration ceremony, with hashtag #BoycottRalphLauren appearing on Twitter. (Harper’s Bazaar)
Pamela Anderson returns as the face of Vivienne Westwood, this time in diffusion line Andreas Kronthaler’s campaign – a Juergen Teller-shot production all about Europe and climate change. (i-D)
An undercover investigation has found UK garment workers making clothes for local high street chains earning less than half of the minimum wage. (just-style)
Factoring in the use of water, fertiliser, and energy along the entire supply chain, a study has for the first time factored in the ecological cost of our clothing. (Ecouterre)
In conjunction with Stockholm Fashion Week, Velour by Nostalgi launches an eco-friendly denim range and becomes the first brand in the world to be certified with Swedish eco-label Svanen. (Fashion Week Stockholm)
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