Detox action against Dolce & Gabbana in Hong Kong

Greenpeace's Detox campaign is calling for a commitment from major brands to achieve a zero discharge level of all hazardous chemicals, by 2020.

A Greenpeace placard calling for removal of dangerous chemicals hangs on a mannequin at a Dolce & Gabbana shop located in Harbour City, Hong Kong. Greenpeace globally revealed that the same hazardous chemicals used in the manufacturing of fast fashion are used by 'exclusive' luxury brands - including Versace, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana - to produce children's clothing.

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