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  • Eileen Fisher is making ethics luxurious
  • Eileen Fisher is making ethics luxurious
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Eileen Fisher is making ethics luxurious

"Our vision is for an industry where human rights and sustainability are not the effect of a particular initiative but the cause of a business well run," says Eileen Fisher, whose eponymous clothing brand is bringing 360-degree ethical thinking into the world of luxury. 

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