Thanks to ASOS!
Why we do it
We believe in giving everyone involved in our supply chain an opportunity to live a decent life. We want our customers and our staff to feel good about New Look’s products and how they are sourced. We believe in raising the profile of what fashion retailers are doing in ethical trade.
How we work
We work with 100% of New Look’s supply chain to improve working conditions for the people who make our products. We ask all our suppliers to:
Our commitment to ethical trading is central to how we operate. We value the people who make our products and continue to work with our suppliers to improve their working conditions.
“New Look is at the forefront of developing innovative approaches to tackling some of the most urgent issues for workers, including raising wages and enabling workers to organise themselves. We support its efforts to start to tell the story of how it is putting its ethical trade principles into practice.” Dan Rees, ETI Director
Design for the high street
Creating a directional brand experience that is exciting, inspiring and personal to our customer. Our distinctive handwriting is... Styley, Confident, Sexy, Glamorous, Edgy, Clean, Individual.
Our culture is positive, ambitious and focused and our teams are creative and have pride in the brand. The people that work at Warehouse are passionate and knowledgeable about fashion and reflect the personality of the brand
She is...Passionate about fashion. Knowledgeable about trends. Appreciates design and quality. Body confident. Independent. Primarily 18-30 but Warehouse is about attitude not age. She loves… shopping, socialising, looking good, magazines, celebrity gossip and travel
Fashion Focus The new spring collection is here with an African influence! Jeans and combats are worn with kaftans, ethnic tops and embroidered halter neck tops! Gorgeous!"
Burton and Dorothy Perkins are two of the most established and prominent fashion retailers in the UK and with over 920 branches have a major presence on the high street. In addition to this is our ability to reach an even wider audience through online shopping, making us a dominant force in the UK's fashion retail industry.Individuals joining our teams in either Retail or Head Office will benefit from the many career opportunities that come with being a part of the Arcadia Group, which is one of the UK's largest retailers. With a clear business focus and impressive performances to date, the Arcadia Group is set to continue to develop and become the leading player on the high street.
The Arcadia Group is the UK's second largest retailer and the name behind some of the leading high street brands - Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Outfit, Evans, Miss Selfridge, Top Shop, Top Man and Wallis. Operating with over 2,000 stores nationwide, Arcadia employs over 24,000 people and has a leading Internet presence and growing international portfolio.
When customers buy our goods, we want them to be confident that they have been produced under acceptable conditions. That means the goods must have been produced:
The Arcadia Group Code of Conduct applies to the manufacturer, or any other person involved in supplying goods to our companies. The code is designed to be fair, achievable and easy to check, and to promote the ongoing development of our suppliers.
The code is based on the International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions and recommendations, and applies to all brands underneath the Arcadia Group umbrella.
Click here to download the Arcadia Group Responsibility Report 2009.
Click here to download the Arcadia Group Code Of Conduct.
Click here to see our ethical policy FAQs.
Click here to read our Code of Conduct Guidebook.
Thanks to the Dorothy Perkins Recruitement website for all the info
The Shopping Experience
Topshop is all about refusing to be pigeonholed, each customer is an individual and relies on the brand to deliver everything from basics to cutting-edge trends keeping Topshop (and its customers) ahead of the style game.