On our minds: Gina Tricot

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by adakallgren on 20 July, 2015

We were happy to see the retailer publishing a list of factories used in its CSR report for 2014.

On our minds is Gina Tricot which recently launched their CSR report for 2014. The fast fashion retailer revealed an increased amount of sustainable materials incorporated into their most recent collection and new efforts to improve the conditions for garment workers and their families in their factories in Bangladesh. We were happy to see the retailer following the transparency trend by publishing a list of their factories used, and we appreciate the timeless direction they have taken design-wise for the season’s collection as modelled by Elsa Hosk. Learn more here

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