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Apparel Online India February, 16-28, 2015

Emphasizes on environment and people

International fashion brand Esprit, which is mindful of both people and nature, is increasingly upping its sustainability quotient by undertaking new environmental and social responsibilities while creating high-quality fashion, and also making sure that its production processes respect the environment and the people involved. Recently, the company partnered with animal rights organization, People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), to introduce PETA approved vegan hang-tags to mark Esprit’s vegan shoe and apparel style. In an exclusive interview with Apparel Online, Lary Brown, Vice President - Head of Global Sourcing Compliance, Esprit, discusses the sustainability measures that the company is undertaking, and why sustainability is at the…

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