Victoria's Secret has pledged to go chemical-free, and it is going to start by beginning to disclose data on the usage of hazardous chemicals in its supply chain by the end of 2013. The company, which was recently the subject of criticism after independent testing commissioned by Greenpeace found phthalates in Victoria's Secret underwear for sale in the U.S., as well as a variety of other potentially harmful chemicals in clothing from other top brands. Since those findings were released, Levi's and Zara have also committed to eliminating dangerous chemicals from their respective supply chains. [Fashionista]
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