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  • It’s time for you to start caring about the livelihood of those who made your clothes. What did they endure? What is their environment like? Are they free? These are questions that you need to be asking yourself before you buy that 25$ Forever21 t-shirt or that 300$ Chanel scarf. High-end, expensive clothing companies including Prada, Fendi and Hermes are among the worst offenders when it comes to product transparency, with Chanel coming in dead last, according to a report completed by @fash_rev that ranks clothing brands on transparency.
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“Lack of transparency costs lives. It is impossible for companies to make sure human rights are respected and that environmental practices are sound without knowing where their products are made, who is making them and under what conditions. If you can’t see it, you don’t know it’s going on and you can’t fix it.Transparency means companies know who makes their products – from who stitched them right through to who dyed the fabric and who farmed the cotton. When companies are working in a transparent way, this also implies openness, communication and accountability across the supply chain and with the public too.At the moment the public do not have enough information about where and how their clothes are made. Shoppers have the right to know that their money is not supporting exploitation, human rights abuses and environmental destruction. There is no way to hold companies and governments to account if we can’t see what is truly happening behind the scenes. This is why transparency is essential. Being transparent creates the opportunity for collaborative action between companies, governments, NGOs, unions and the public to work towards building a fairer, cleaner and safer fashion industry.”
— @fash_rev
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At @ajwabyajwa, we are PROUD to have our clothes ethically produced from seed to garment— assuring that all of the choices that we make create a harmonious relationship between our business and our values when it comes to protecting humans, animals, and our earth.
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Geeta of @_saheliwomen ♥️
  • It’s time for you to start caring about the livelihood of those who made your clothes. What did they endure? What is their environment like? Are they free? These are questions that you need to be asking yourself before you buy that 25$ Forever21 t-shirt or that 300$ Chanel scarf. High-end, expensive clothing companies including Prada, Fendi and Hermes are among the worst offenders when it comes to product transparency, with Chanel coming in dead last, according to a report completed by @fash_rev that ranks clothing brands on transparency.

    “Lack of transparency costs lives. It is impossible for companies to make sure human rights are respected and that environmental practices are sound without knowing where their products are made, who is making them and under what conditions. If you can’t see it, you don’t know it’s going on and you can’t fix it.Transparency means companies know who makes their products – from who stitched them right through to who dyed the fabric and who farmed the cotton. When companies are working in a transparent way, this also implies openness, communication and accountability across the supply chain and with the public too.At the moment the public do not have enough information about where and how their clothes are made. Shoppers have the right to know that their money is not supporting exploitation, human rights abuses and environmental destruction. There is no way to hold companies and governments to account if we can’t see what is truly happening behind the scenes. This is why transparency is essential. Being transparent creates the opportunity for collaborative action between companies, governments, NGOs, unions and the public to work towards building a fairer, cleaner and safer fashion industry.”
    @fash_rev

    At @ajwabyajwa, we are PROUD to have our clothes ethically produced from seed to garment— assuring that all of the choices that we make create a harmonious relationship between our business and our values when it comes to protecting humans, animals, and our earth.

    Geeta of @_saheliwomen ♥️
  •  43  5  3 hours ago
  • It’s time for you to start caring about the livelihood of those who made your clothes. What did they endure? What is their environment like? Are they free? These are questions that you need to be asking yourself before you buy that 25$ Forever21 t-shirt or that 300$ Chanel scarf. High-end, expensive clothing companies including Prada, Fendi and Hermes are among the worst offenders when it comes to product transparency, with Chanel coming in dead last, according to a report completed by @fash_rev that ranks clothing brands on transparency.
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“Lack of transparency costs lives. It is impossible for companies to make sure human rights are respected and that environmental practices are sound without knowing where their products are made, who is making them and under what conditions. If you can’t see it, you don’t know it’s going on and you can’t fix it.Transparency means companies know who makes their products – from who stitched them right through to who dyed the fabric and who farmed the cotton. When companies are working in a transparent way, this also implies openness, communication and accountability across the supply chain and with the public too.At the moment the public do not have enough information about where and how their clothes are made. Shoppers have the right to know that their money is not supporting exploitation, human rights abuses and environmental destruction. There is no way to hold companies and governments to account if we can’t see what is truly happening behind the scenes. This is why transparency is essential. Being transparent creates the opportunity for collaborative action between companies, governments, NGOs, unions and the public to work towards building a fairer, cleaner and safer fashion industry.”
— @fash_rev
•
At @ajwabyajwa, we are PROUD to have our clothes ethically produced from seed to garment— assuring that all of the choices that we make create a harmonious relationship between our business and our values when it comes to protecting humans, animals, and our earth.
  • It’s time for you to start caring about the livelihood of those who made your clothes. What did they endure? What is their environment like? Are they free? These are questions that you need to be asking yourself before you buy that 25$ Forever21 t-shirt or that 300$ Chanel scarf. High-end, expensive clothing companies including Prada, Fendi and Hermes are among the worst offenders when it comes to product transparency, with Chanel coming in dead last, according to a report completed by @fash_rev that ranks clothing brands on transparency.

    “Lack of transparency costs lives. It is impossible for companies to make sure human rights are respected and that environmental practices are sound without knowing where their products are made, who is making them and under what conditions. If you can’t see it, you don’t know it’s going on and you can’t fix it.Transparency means companies know who makes their products – from who stitched them right through to who dyed the fabric and who farmed the cotton. When companies are working in a transparent way, this also implies openness, communication and accountability across the supply chain and with the public too.At the moment the public do not have enough information about where and how their clothes are made. Shoppers have the right to know that their money is not supporting exploitation, human rights abuses and environmental destruction. There is no way to hold companies and governments to account if we can’t see what is truly happening behind the scenes. This is why transparency is essential. Being transparent creates the opportunity for collaborative action between companies, governments, NGOs, unions and the public to work towards building a fairer, cleaner and safer fashion industry.”
    @fash_rev

    At @ajwabyajwa, we are PROUD to have our clothes ethically produced from seed to garment— assuring that all of the choices that we make create a harmonious relationship between our business and our values when it comes to protecting humans, animals, and our earth.
  •  16  2  3 hours ago
  • It’s time for you to start caring about the livelihood of those who made your clothes. What did they endure? What is their environment like? Are they free? These are questions that you need to be asking yourself before you buy that 25$ Forever21 t-shirt or that 300$ Chanel scarf. High-end, expensive clothing companies including Prada, Fendi and Hermes are among the worst offenders when it comes to product transparency, with Chanel coming in dead last, according to a report completed by @fash_rev that ranks clothing brands on transparency.
•
“Lack of transparency costs lives. It is impossible for companies to make sure human rights are respected and that environmental practices are sound without knowing where their products are made, who is making them and under what conditions. If you can’t see it, you don’t know it’s going on and you can’t fix it.Transparency means companies know who makes their products – from who stitched them right through to who dyed the fabric and who farmed the cotton. When companies are working in a transparent way, this also implies openness, communication and accountability across the supply chain and with the public too.At the moment the public do not have enough information about where and how their clothes are made. Shoppers have the right to know that their money is not supporting exploitation, human rights abuses and environmental destruction. There is no way to hold companies and governments to account if we can’t see what is truly happening behind the scenes. This is why transparency is essential. Being transparent creates the opportunity for collaborative action between companies, governments, NGOs, unions and the public to work towards building a fairer, cleaner and safer fashion industry.”
— @fash_rev
•
At @ajwabyajwa, we are PROUD to have our clothes ethically produced from seed to garment— assuring that all of the choices that we make create a harmonious relationship between our business and our values when it comes to protecting humans, animals, and our earth.
•
Leela of @_saheliwomen ♥️
  • It’s time for you to start caring about the livelihood of those who made your clothes. What did they endure? What is their environment like? Are they free? These are questions that you need to be asking yourself before you buy that 25$ Forever21 t-shirt or that 300$ Chanel scarf. High-end, expensive clothing companies including Prada, Fendi and Hermes are among the worst offenders when it comes to product transparency, with Chanel coming in dead last, according to a report completed by @fash_rev that ranks clothing brands on transparency.

    “Lack of transparency costs lives. It is impossible for companies to make sure human rights are respected and that environmental practices are sound without knowing where their products are made, who is making them and under what conditions. If you can’t see it, you don’t know it’s going on and you can’t fix it.Transparency means companies know who makes their products – from who stitched them right through to who dyed the fabric and who farmed the cotton. When companies are working in a transparent way, this also implies openness, communication and accountability across the supply chain and with the public too.At the moment the public do not have enough information about where and how their clothes are made. Shoppers have the right to know that their money is not supporting exploitation, human rights abuses and environmental destruction. There is no way to hold companies and governments to account if we can’t see what is truly happening behind the scenes. This is why transparency is essential. Being transparent creates the opportunity for collaborative action between companies, governments, NGOs, unions and the public to work towards building a fairer, cleaner and safer fashion industry.”
    @fash_rev

    At @ajwabyajwa, we are PROUD to have our clothes ethically produced from seed to garment— assuring that all of the choices that we make create a harmonious relationship between our business and our values when it comes to protecting humans, animals, and our earth.

    Leela of @_saheliwomen ♥️
  •  18  2  3 hours ago
  • Nike air force 1 utility 
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Box 
Leather 
39 to 46 
DM 
Fast delivery UAE 
Cash on delivery
  • Nike air force 1 utility
    Actual clear picture
    Box
    Leather
    39 to 46
    DM
    Fast delivery UAE
    Cash on delivery
  •  28  2  19 July, 2019
  • Chanel
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DM 
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  • Chanel
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  •  21  1  19 July, 2019
  • Dior 
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Box card 
Best quality
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  • Dior
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    Box card
    Best quality
    Quality guaranteed
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  •  6  1  14 July, 2019
  • Dior 
Actual clear picture 
Box card 
Best quality
Quality guaranteed
Available stock
Fast delivery UAE 
Cash on delivery
  • Dior
    Actual clear picture
    Box card
    Best quality
    Quality guaranteed
    Available stock
    Fast delivery UAE
    Cash on delivery
  •  7  1  14 July, 2019
  • Adidas 
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Shoe box 
Available sizes 
39 to 46 
DM 
Fast delivery UAE
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  • Adidas
    Clear actual picture
    Shoe box
    Available sizes
    39 to 46
    DM
    Fast delivery UAE
    Cash on delivery
  •  8  1  12 July, 2019

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