Gallery: Victoria’s Secret Pledges to Detox Its Clothing, Lingerie by 2020

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Looks like Victoria’s Secret is finally straightening its halo. Following a Greenpeace investigation that revealed the presence of hormone-disrupting chemicals in the popular underwear, the lingerie retailer has pledged to eliminate all releases of hazardous chemicals throughout its supply chain and products by 2020. Limited Brands, its parent company, is now the 14th global corporation to make a “credible ‘Detox’ commitment, as well as the first to provie an “explicit process” that will ensure the total elimination of phthalates, a group of endocrine-disrupting substances linked to birth defects, genital and reproductive abnormalities, and—somewhat ironically—early breast development in girls.

Which fashion company would you like to see "Detox" next?

  • 18 Votes Armani Exchange
  • 66 Votes Calvin Klein
  • 88 Votes Forever 21
  • 87 Votes G-Star Raw
  • 122 Votes Gap
  • 18 Votes J.Crew
  • 51 Votes Topshop
  • 54 Votes Urban Outfitters

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