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Tommy Hilfiger’s Solar-Powered Jacket

»Posted by on Déc 3, 2014 in ? White space ¿ | Commentaires fermés sur Tommy Hilfiger’s Solar-Powered Jacket

Tommy Hilfiger is testing the wearables market with their new solar powered field jacket. In both a men’s and women’s fit, the jacket generates energy on the go with its built-in flexible solar panels on the back. The solar jackets feature a waterproof upper and a custom tartan wool details. A removable battery pack lightens your load if you don’t need a boost and the best part of all is that 50% of the proceeds of the jacket are donated to the Fresh Air Fund, who helps NYC kids experience being in the outdoors. The Solar Panel Jacket by Tommy Hilfiger features flexible solar panels on the back that can generate enough power to recharge a standard smartphone up to four times. The coat also features a removable battery back that has two USB ports to...

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Fashion Students Place Premium on CSR

»Posted by on Juil 9, 2013 in ? White space ¿ | Commentaires fermés sur Fashion Students Place Premium on CSR

Fashion students are willing to trade $10,000 a year in annual salary for a good night’s sleep. Among 247 students studying for fashion careers at LIM College, Kent State University and Oregon State University, more than three-quarters — 77 percent — would accept a position with an annual salary of $42,000 rather than one paying $52,000 if the lower-paying job was for a company with high standards of Corporate Social Responsibility. Among other key findings were that three in five students would choose positions with lower pay rather than with a prospective employer who was found to hire and promote based on physical appearance, and that nearly seven in eight — 84 percent — would choose a company with an ethical supply chain over one deemed to be less...

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