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Lucky Brand Jeans

Rated: Not good enough

price: $$$$

Lucky Brand Jeans does not communicate sufficient information about its environmental or labor policies

Lucky Brand Jeans sustainability rating


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Overall rating: Not good enough

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Lucky Brand Jeans is owned by Leonard Green & Partners.

Its environmental rating is 'very poor'. It does not publish sufficient relevant information about its environmental policies to give a higher rating. As a shopper you have the right to know how its products impact on the environment.

Its labour rating is 'not good enough'. It has a Code of Conduct but does not disclose its details. There is no evidence that it provides a living wage for its workers. It traces suppliers in its supply chain but it is unclear to what extent and it does not publicly list the countries of its suppliers. Some of its supply chain is independently audited but it is unclear how often and which part of the supply chain it audits. It uses unannounced audits.

Its animal rating is 'it's a start'. It does not use fur, down, angora or exotic animal skin or hair. However it uses leather and wool from unspecified sources.

Lucky Brand Jeans is rated 'Not Good Enough' based on information from our own research.

Last updated May 2017