Fixing Fashion - Michael Lavergne

Fixing Fashion

Fixing Fashion

0 0 5 Author: Michael Lavergne
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The only book to present an industry insider's first-hand account of the human cost arising from the competitive race to translate high-end fashion for mass markets at the lowest possible prices The author worked for 18 years as a senior executive with decision-making responsibility at international brands and retailers in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and North America The author has a unique understanding and insight into business models and supply chains, and how purchasing decision are made This book explains how horrific accidents such as Rana Plaza and other human rights abuses can continue to happen in today's garment industry Calls for collective consumer, business and civil society actions to rethink the way we make, market and buy our clothes in this US$500 billion a year industry Highlights the best of a new breed of entrepreneurs and stakeholders who are lobbying for change across the international supply chains

International market: HONG KONG EXPAT COMMUNITY author SPENT NEAR SIX YEARS THERE- SPECIFICALLY MENTIONs AUSTRALIAN BOOKSTORE CHAIN 'DYMOCKS', WELL PLACED IN KEY ASIAN EXPAT CENTRES LIKE HONG KONG, SINGAPORE, THAILAND.
Language: English Category: Economy & Business Translator:

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Publisher: New Society Publishers
Published: 2015-10-01
ISBN: 9781550925951
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