Fair & Equal
In 2018 we integrated our CSR strategy into our company goals. We’ve connected with the right partners such as Modint to support us in our CSR journey.
We are also a member of Amfori-BSCI, an independent organization which verifies that our factories operate in an ethical and social responsible way.
Our sewing facilities and practices are checked regularly by us and our partner in Asia.
At the headquarters of marlies|dekkers we’ve set up a Sustainability Project Group (SGP) with representatives from every department. The SGP meets up every month to monitor the progress.
Besides creating 5 year CSR plan with our long term goals, we have created a reciprocal Code of Conduct. Being fair and equal to us means being a business partner who respects and values its partner ships.
I AM A FEMINIST.
You know I’m a self-made woman who has made it my purpose to challenge women to dare. It’s an achievement I am immensely proud of, and for that reason, I am equally proud to label myself a feminist. But looking back more than a hundred years, I’m even prouder of the progress women have made together.
FEARLESS ﬂy GIRL
Niatia (pronounce: ’naah-tee-yah), also known by her stage name Lil Mama (28), is a fearless rapper, singer, dancer and actress from Brooklyn, New York. Her breakout hit ‘Lip Gloss’ came out in 2007, and since then she has been a celebrity judge on America’s Best Dance Crew, played Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez in VH1’s CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, and was most recently the lead actress in a movie called ‘When love kills; The Falicia Blakely story’. But it hasn’t always been a smooth ride…
GUTS & GLORY
Meet Viktoriya Isakova (41), a stunningly beautiful Russian actress who is not afraid to get down and dirty for her brave performances. Her film credits include ‚Tochka‘ (2006), a movie about human trafficking and prostitution and ‚Mirrors‘ (2013), in which she plays the tragic Marina Tsvetaeva, one of the greatest Russian poets of the 20th century. I talked to the winner of many (international) awards about ageing, lingerie, and the need to always stay true to yourself.
Women’s Day 2019
Happy Women’s Day! I am extra excited about this edition, because wow, what a year it’s been for feminism! This is the year that we went global; that we showed up with our money, our bodies, our time and our voices to show the world: this is OUR time!