Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/TX13059-Giorgio-Armani-27MZIF30F7_3.htmlConceptually similarTX13060 Giorgio ArmaniGP0STO6NVCompleted★★★★TX13061 Giorgio ArmaniGP0STO6NWCompleted★★★★TX13062 Giorgio ArmaniGP0STO6NXCompleted★★★★TX13036 DiorGP0STO6MWCompleted★★★★★★TX13033 DiorGP0STO6MTCompleted★★★★Dior - TX13034GP0STO6MUCompleted★★★★Dior - TX13035GP0STO6MVCompleted★★★★TX13039 DiorGP0STO6MZCompleted★★★★TX13046 Dolce & GabbanaGP0STO6NJCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO6NUTX13059 Giorgio ArmaniGiorgio Armani swimsuit. This product was tested as part of the Greenpeace Detox campaign report "A Little Story About a Fashionable Lie." A new investigation by Greenpeace International has found a broad range of hazardous chemicals in children's clothing and footwear produced by eight luxury fashion brands, like Dolce & Gabbana and Dior.Date:18 Jun, 2013Credit:© Alex Stoneman / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4500px X 6010pxKeywords:Chemical industry-Chemicals-Children-Clothing-Detox (campaign title)-Emporio Armani (fashion brand)-Fashion-KWCI (GPI)-Product shots-Textile industry-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Product Shots for 'A Little Story about a Fashionable Lie' Detox ReportA total of 27 children's textile products from 8 major luxury brands (Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Trussardi and Versace) were purchased in May and June 2013. The items were purchased in 9 countries and regions worldwide from flagship stores or from other authorised retailers. Hazardous chemicals were found in 16 products while examples of hazardous chemical residues were found in products from all of the brands represented in the study apart from Trussardi.