The following is an incomplete list of the top clothing brands trend-setting the seasons' hottest trends: violations of international human rights and labor laws, utilization of child labor, and/or immense environmental destruction -- with no plans of changing ("classics" and "staples" if you will of their collection).

Pictured: Clarissa (right), 13, who, along with her fellow child-laborers, is forced to work rather than attend school, and is verbally and physically abused by her employers. The farm is owned by Burkina Faso "fair trade organic cotton," aka Victoria's Secret's cotton supplier. 2011. (Photo: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

So the ask is simple: say no. With your money. (And your voice, be it virtual or IRL, by sharing this post and starting conversations with your friends and family).

The creation and compilation of this list is an ongoing collaborative project between JooJoo Azad, our lovely readers, and ex-managers and employees of these companies who have first-hand experience working with their production facilities.

If you have a brand name you'd like to add to the list, please either shoot us an email--your name will remain anonymous. After our team conducts extensive research to confirm the information given, we will update the list.

Click on a brand's name to learn more about why they've made the list--
[still a work in progress--the brands in bold have clickable links for more information!]
Do you know where the clothes on your back came from?