Luxury fashion brands have some explaining to do.
Why sell us poison?
One is Greenpeace activists in Italy must leave: they have perfect timing.
Today begins the Milan Fashion Week, and they released the results of laboratory tests: 12 out of 27 tested children's luxury fashion pieces contain traces of hazardous chemicals. Headline on their website screams: http://cosgarage.com/story.php?title=mens-fashion-2
Fashion is poisonous! Crisis communication infected luxury brands of the usual: almost none.
Of the 23 pieces of clothing and four pairs of shoes brands (in alphabetical order) Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Hermès, http://cosgarage.com/story.php?title=latest-pakistani-dresses
Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Versace and Trussardi Trussardi just passed unscathed. Manfred Santen, Greenpeace chemicals expert, praised worst baby booties Louis Vuitton: They had 760 milligrams of nonylphenol ethoxylate detergent softeners.
According Santena can damage the DNA in cells and the degradation to nonylphenol interfere with hormone function http://cosgarage.com/story.php?title=latest-fashion-trends-3
How could this ever sell?
According to Greenpeace "comrades of the European Union" made a mistake in that, although banned the use of these chemicals in production in the EU, but forgot to disable contaminated textiles imports.
Other would say gastrokritik Roman Vanek in the clothes of Dior, Giorgio