Saving the Planet

Most big businesses like to give something back, but Gap has gone above and beyond the call of duty. Gap has been recognised on the list of the world’s top 100 corporate citizens for well over a decade now, coming out on top more than once.

Workers of the World

The Western world was shocked when it found out the sweatshop conditions in which some clothes were made in the developing world, where workers – usually women, but often children – were working interminable hours for minimum pay in hellish conditions. To take one famous brand as an example, Gap take the welfare of workers

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Keeping P.A.C.E. with Gap

The world is constantly changing, hopefully for the better. One area where it’s changing quickest, but where so much work remains to be done, is in women’s rights. The last twelve months have been a tumultuous year for women, a century after women in the UK won the right to vote through the Representation of

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Washwell

Gap has long prided themselves on their ethical commitment to both the environment and their workforce, which has seen the brand endorsed by celebrities from Whoopi Goldberg to Spike Lee.

Sustainability

To make your jeans and tees, Gap use cotton—a lot of cotton. We love the fact that that it’s a soft, natural, and breathable fabric. However, cotton production can also have an environmental impact, on both the planet and the people that produce it. For example, did you know that it takes approximately 20,000 litres

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