Mothercare

23 Jan 19
Petit Fox
23 Jan 19
Petit Fox

100% cotton lining

23 Jan 19
Petit Fox
23 Jan 19
Petit Fox

Outer 100% viscose

Lining 100% cotton

23 Jan 19
Petit Fox
23 Jan 19
Petit Fox

Fully lined for volume

23 Jan 19
Petit Fox
22 Jan 19

It started in my mid twenties. At first it was a slow trickle, then the downpour exploded. One by one of my friends got married, and every now and then, I would hear from them with the big news that they were pregnant. This was foreign territory for me, but if my friends were happy, […]

22 Jan 19
sdbast

Originally posted on Govt Newspeak:
Tesco, Mothercare and M&S use factory paying workers 35p an hour Bangladeshi firm that made charity Spice Girls T-shirts also works with major UK retailers Revealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour Why are wages so low for garment workers in Bangladesh? The Guardian view…

22 Jan 19
TextileFuture

Since we are all engaged in textiles, TextileFuture’s Newsletter is looking behind the pricing situation combined with fashion impulses in the apparel sector, based upon an article of McKinsey. The authors are Fred Fontes Gerards, Chris Goodin, Bryan Logan, and Jennifer Schmidt from McKinsey. Fred Fontes Gerards is an associate partner in McKinsey’s San Francisco […]

21 Jan 19
IxxyPoco's Blog

Hi folks, Wowzers… what a week! So, last week marked the start of ‘potty training’. Obviously this whole chapter is new to me. Seth is 2yr & 10month old. We decided to begin potty training since Seth has been dry on a night now since before Ted was born. Plus we know he’s more than […]

21 Jan 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Mothercare use a factory in Bangladesh that paid the equivalent of 35p an hour to machinists making Spice Girls T-shirts sold to raise money for Comic Relief, it can be revealed. Workers at the factory produced the £19. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jan/21/tesco-mothercare-marks-and-spencer-use-bangladesh-factory-spice-girls-tshirts via TV/a>