Gallery: Top 7 WTF Fashion Stories of 2012 (Vote for the Most Deplorable!)


In November, Not for Sale published a report that listed Abercrombie & Fitch, Carter’s, Forever 21, Quiksilver, and Walmart among the brands fueling modern-day slavery through negligence. The California-based nonprofit, which works to abolish human trafficking and forced labor across the globe, used publicly available and self-reported data to rank 300 apparel brands on their efforts to address child and forced labor in their supply chains. The number of "Ds" and "F"s did not inspire confidence.


Still think the world isn’t going to hell in a hand-basket? We’ve got more WTF fashion moments than you can shake a stick at in our archives.

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