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Hi Michael,

In the last year, fashion brands have increased their transparency by 45% on average - that's the headline finding from RankaBrand's 2011 Fashion Report "Feel Good Fashion". We've had plenty of hits since we posted this on our website - why not spread the word to your visitors as well?
Head to our blog for the details of the report.

RankaBrand scores brands on their transparency, sustainability, labour conditions and environmental record. We're the largest brands comparison website in Europe, fast approaching 1,000 brands, and a great tool for shoppers looking to look great with a clear conscience.

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Best wishes,

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