Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Clean-Up-Fashion-Action-in-New-York-27MZIFVSN150.htmlConceptually similarClean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSLCompleted★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSNCompleted★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSBCompleted★★★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSHCompleted★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSICompleted★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSDCompleted★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSCCompleted★★★★Clean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGP04GSKCompleted★★★★TX13045 Dolce & GabbanaGP0STO6NICompleted★★★★View AllGP04GSMClean Up Fashion Action in New YorkGreenpeace activists wearing cleaning clothes and gloves post a banner on the window of a Dolce & Gabbana store. Banner reads "Dolce & Gabbana help end this mess" and contains pictures of deforestation and water pollution. Greenpeace is asking supporters and consumers to challenge luxury fashion brands to clean up their act and eliminate hazardous chemicals and rainforest destruction from their supply chains and products.Locations:Manhattan-New York-New York-North America-United States of AmericaDate:11 Feb, 2013Credit:© Jeff Christensen / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3480px X 5304pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Chemical industry-Chemicals-Cleaning-Clothing-Day-Deforestation-Detox (campaign title)-Dolce & Gabbana-Fashion-Forests (campaign title)-Gloves-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Logos-Outdoors-Protective clothing-Shops-Small group of people-Textile industry-Urban areasShoot:Clean Up Fashion Action at NY Fashion WeekIn the midst of a snowy New York Fashion Week, four exclusive fashion brands (Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Hermes) were greeted by "clean-up crews" challenging them to adopt forest friendly and toxic free policies. Activists decorated store windows with giant images of forest destruction and toxic pollution, and the invitation to be part of the solution. The brands visiting had one thing in common, besides decades of setting trends, they all ranked lowest in a recent Greenpeace survey of environmental policies for the world's leading fashion houses.