Which 10 fashion retailers are prioritizing transparency and traceability in their supply chains?

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1. Patagonia – Patagonia is known for its sustainable and ethical practices, and boasts complete transparency in its supply chain.

2. Everlane – Everlane has made transparency a core value, revealing the true cost of production for each of its products.

3. Adidas – Adidas has launched its program, Parley for the Oceans, created to stir awareness of ocean pollution and to work towards sustainable practices.

4. H&M – H&M has been actively working towards more sustainable practices and promoting circular fashion, and aims to become climate positive by 2030.

5. Levi’s – Levi’s has made strides in sustainability initiatives, introducing environmentally friendly materials and recycling initiatives.

6. Reformation – Reformation offers a “sustainability report” on its website, detailing its environmental and ethical goals and practices.

7. ASOS – ASOS has committed to reducing its environmental impact by implementing responsible sourcing practices, eco-friendly packaging, and reducing carbon emissions.

8. Nike – Nike’s Move to Zero initiative aims to achieve zero carbon and waste by 2030, and the company has made transparency a priority in its supply chain.

9. Stella McCartney – Stella McCartney’s brand has always been committed to sustainability, using eco-friendly materials and prioritizing transparency in its supply chain.

10. Eileen Fisher – Eileen Fisher has set numerous sustainability goals, including the goal of using 100% organic cotton by 2020, and has taken steps towards transparency and ethical practices in its supply chain.

Mark Martinez

Leo Martinez: Leo is a street style blogger capturing and commenting on the latest fashion trends from around the world. His vibrant photography and keen fashion sense have garnered a strong following.

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