A Movement To Reform Fashion

A Movement To Reform Fashion

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PayUp Fashion is tracking 40 large fashion brands and retailers towards meeting our 7 demands. Click a logo to view their progress. These include the 20 most profitable apparel companies (as just 20 control 97% of industry profits), and others deemed culturally important. These companies hold the power to shape the future of labor rights and environmental standards for the entire industry — it’s time to hold them accountable. With respect to the issue of which brands have paid for their in-production and finished orders during the pandemic, we are drawing substantially on the Worker Rights Consortium’s tracker. “PayUp – Yes” indicates brands that have made a public commitment to pay for their in-production and finished orders. “PayUp – No” are those brands that have not many any public commitment to do so.  

Click on the logo of any brand below to see their progress towards meeting our 7 actions. 

With respect to the issue of which brands have paid for their in-production and finished orders during the pandemic, we are drawing substantially on the Worker Rights Consortium’s tracker. “PayUp – Yes” indicates brands that have made a public commitment to pay for their in-production and finished orders. “PayUp – No” are those brands that have not many any public commitment to do so.