Ralph Lauren is a luxury clothing and goods company. The company produces high-end casual/semi-formal wear for men and women, as well as fragrances, accessories, home bedding and towels, ans...
Despite being a global and publicly traded brand Ralph Lauren has no environmental policy or policy regarding labor rights.
Raplh Lauren uses conventional textiles throughout its brands. Conventional textiles contain pesticides, toxins, and harmful chemicals. Conventional textiles cannot biodegrade without polluting...
Ralph Lauren does not state any information on how its clothes can be recycled, upcycled, or discarded without an impact to the environment.
Ralph Lauren does not share information regarding any sustainable design practices or the methods in which they source and produce their textiles. Ralph Lauren has been in question by human rights...
Ralph Lauren is involved in charitable giving. The company supports non-profits working on a myriad of social issues from youth to breast cancer.
Country of Origin
The 2011 Ralph Lauren Corporation Annual Report states that the company operations in China, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia and Thailand. The Ethical Consumer report identifies these countries as...
Ralph Lauren does not state any commitment to the ethical treatment of its garment workers. Information regarding the payment of living wages to garment workers is not available. According to a...