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General score:
2 / 7
Social responsibility
2.5 / 7
Score table
0 / 2
Processing methods
0.5 / 2
Environmental management
0.5 / 1
1 / 1
Carbon footprint
0 / 1
Labour standards
1.5 / 4
Social economy
0.5 / 2
0.5 / 1
Sinsay is a clothing brand of the Polish company LPP. The brand's offer includes clothes mainly aimed at young people, but not only. The fashion offer includes Lady, Teen, Man, Kids lines, accessories and accessories for home and beauty. The brand offers a line of more responsible clothes Eco Aware (about 9% of the total collection, is the EcoAware collection), but we recommend that you take a closer look at the clothes from this line, because sometimes a small percentage of responsible raw materials (such as organic cotton or tencel) are in the composition, and the rest it is polyester or acrylic, as is the case with most Sinsay clothes. In addition, Sinsay in its social media conducts a strong policy encouraging frequent buying of clothes or constant catching of clothing promotions (which the Buy Responsibly Foundation opposes).
LPP is the largest company in Central and Eastern Europe, which can be found in 40 countries around the world. It employs about 25,000 people (making the entire supply chain difficult to control and easy to abuse). In 2021, the company sold about 233 million items of clothing, of which only 26% of all clothes were Eco Aware collections. LPP began to implement the so-called Eco Aware Production standard, which emphasizes the limitation of consumption of natural resources and the introduction of a closed water cycle in the production process. Unfortunately, so far only 30% of factories in South Asia are covered by this program. And as much as 91% of clothing is produced in Asia. LPP has made a commitment that by 2023 the cardboard packaging will be either recycled or FSC certified. LPP declares that by 2025 it will fully comply with ZDHC standards (striving to eliminate hazardous chemicals in the entire supply chain). At present, not all factories are covered by this agreement. LPP has signed the ACCORD agreement on the fire safety of factory buildings in Bangladesh. The LPP Foundation is involved in various types of activities and supports social initiatives. It is worth noting that LPP started cooperation with WoshWosh by joining the action of renovating used footwear and collecting and repairing clothing.
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Where to buy?
Online shopping
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