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LONDON – Fashion Revolution claims transparency progress is still too slow among 250 of the world’s largest fashion brands and retailers, with brands achieving an overall average score of just 23 per cent in the Fashion Transparency Index 2021. 

Italian brand OVS tops the global benchmark on transparency with a score of 78 per cent, an increase of 44 per cent from 2020, replacing Swedish fashion giant H&M, which came second with 68 per cent. They are followed by Timberland and The North Face at 66 percent, and C&A and Vans at 65 per cent. Other brands scoring above 55 per cent include Gildan, Esprit and United Colors of Benetton, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Van Heusen, Gucci, Target Australia, Kmart Australia and Patagonia.

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