A Movement To Reform Fashion

Arcadia Group is a now-defunct company and the former owners of Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, Evans, Burton and several other brands. See Boohoo and ASOS for updates on these brands.

2-8-21 – Boohoo purchases Burton, Wallis and Dorothy Perkins but does not agree to #PayUp to Arcadia Group’s suppliers, which are owed $100 million. Boohoo doesn’t purchase the stores, costing 2,450 retail workers their jobs.

2-1-21 – ASOS purchases Topshop, Topman and Miss Selfridge but does not agree to #PayUp to Acardia Group’s suppliers. ASOS doesn’t purchase the stores, putting 2,500 retail jobs at risk.

12-30-21 – Arcadia Group (owners of Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Burton menswear, Wallis, and Miss Selfridge) enters into administration claiming an inability to pay its debts, despite the $2.4 billion net worth of CEO Philip Green. Factories and garment workers are still waiting for the $100 million dollars owed for orders completed prior to the pandemic.

4/15/20 – Arcadia Group (owners of Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Burton menswear, Wallis, and Miss Selfridge) cancels and reneges on payment for more than $100 million in orders completed prior to the pandemic. The company refuses to #PayUp, leaving garment workers destitute.

PAYUP

No

KEEP WORKERS SAFE

  Pending brand response

GO TRANSPARENT

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GIVE WORKERS CENTER STAGE

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SIGN ENFORCEABLE CONTRACTS

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END STARVATION WAGES

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HELP PASS LAWS

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