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Follow my blog with Bloglovin The Fashion Transparency Index 2017 has been released. So if you are a bit curious on how transparent, their ranking, and how much information 100 of the biggest global fashion companies publish about their suppliers and social and environmental policies, practices and impacts, then read this and the index. The research found that even the highest scoring brands on the list still have a long way to go towards being transparent. The average score brands achieved was 49 out of 250, less than 20% of the

Fashion Revolution and BK Accelerator says that the consumers want transparency in the supply chain of the clothes they buy. I assume that’s true, and I would want that myself. The thing is, what happens when the companies open up for their supply chain. What will we as consumers do with the information we get? If I ask the question “who made my clothes” (as the campaign by Fashion Revolution encourages us to do via the hashtag #whomademyclothes) how do I know if it’s a good or bad thing? And how do