Adidas’ Slavery Buster Hopes Technology Can Give Workers a Voice

By Belinda Goldsmith LONDON, May 24 – Adidas executive Aditi Wanchoo is on a mission – to wipe out any slavery in the German sportswear company’s supply chain, and she hopes giving workers the technology to speak out will help. With a background in corporate social responsibility at consultancy firm Accenture, Wanchoo was hired 18

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London Designers Call Upon Shakespeare, Nature For Inspiration

By Li-mei Hoang LONDON, Feb 22 – London‘s fashion designers on Sunday drew inspiration ranging from nature to William Shakespeare, presenting oversized coats and embellished dresses while reassessing how to sell clothes faster to a new generation of online consumers. Pleated skirts, rose-printed dresses and studded leather jackets, in saffron and tangerine, were seen at

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Fashion Forward Dubai

A new contender in the ring By Arfa Shahid  Dubai is aspiring to fashion heights. But the occidental gaze of the fashion world has oft-viewed the emirate as a tasteless, money-driven, brand-conscious city, lacking in its street-style. Now, some are beginning to question that. Can Dubai lay claim to its own independent fashion sense –

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