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Making Fashion Transparent

Iva Jestratijevic , Nancy A. Rudd

Source: Bloomsbury Fashion Business Cases

Level: Intermediate

Business case

In recent decades, tragic events in the fashion industry have led to increased expectations among consumers to know where, by whom, and under what conditions their clothing was produced. Although the need for supply chain transparency and accountability has grown, only 16 percent of fashion brands globally have publicly reported socially responsible efforts including disclosure of the full list of factories in their s

H&M Post-Rana Plaza

David S. Waller , Helen J. Waller

Source: Bloomsbury Fashion Business Cases

Level: Introductory

Business case

In 2017, the Swedish-based global clothes retailer H&M was chosen as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies, for the seventh consecutive time, by the Ethisphere Institute. H&M is an example of a “fast fashion” retailer, which produces clothing that is designed quickly and produced cheaply to take advantage of the latest trend, which is then discarded for the next trend. Fast fashion has

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