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WASHINGTON DC - More than 100 US brands, manufacturers, workers' rights groups, educational institutions and civil society groups have now given their backing to the Fashion Accountability and Building Real Institutional Change (FABRIC) Act.

The FABRIC Act would outlaw piece-rate pay for garment workers and encourage the fashion industry to move production back to the US. It would would also make fashion brands and retailers jointly liable - with their suppliers - for value chain wage violations.

Brands expressing their support for the proposed legislation - introduced into the US Congress by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand - include Everlane, Doen, Mate the Label, Christy Dawn and Outerknown.

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