Soaked in Luxury styles are sexy, modern and feminine and allow you as a customer to embrace your personality and femininity in an effortless way. It is all about being individual – being you – and achieving that by creating your own personal style.
Soaked in Luxury is owned by DK Company.
It is their firm belief that enabling people to grow within their business and creating win-win relationships with their business partners, is what makes them a success.
They take responsibility in ensuring that everyone involved in designing, producing and selling our products as well as, picking the cotton and dying the fabric are people who are treated with dignity and respect and that all efforts are made to ensure that both national and international Human Rights – and Labour laws are followed.
It is their policy always ensuring a good working environment for their employees. They are convinced, that happy, healthy and motivated people is a prerequisite to creating business success. They encourage a work-life balance, which is reflected in policies for flexible working hours and in investment in coaching for all employees both for their private and professional lives.
Corporate social responsibility
Their approach to CSR is to engage in partnerships with their stakeholders and engage in dialogues about some of the key issues faced in the global textile supply chain.
As a result they chose to become a member of the Danish Trading Initiative (DIEH) in 2014. Their work with ethical supply chain management, circle around their membership of BSCI. They use the BSCI Code of Conduct to communicate about our requirements for social compliance. The BSCI Code of Conduct is based on the ILO conventions, UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles. BSCI is a platform for companies to share their work with sustainability and use it as a collaborative approach to increase the influence in the supply chain and at the same time avoid audit fatigue.
BSCI for is just a minimum requirement for doing business with DK Company. It is through partnerships and capacity building within their supply chain they really make a difference in the global supply chain. They might not know the farmer who picked the cotton, or the woman who made the clothes, but they have a desire to always learn more and increase their influence in their supply chain. They are humble towards taking responsibility and work every day to increase the knowledge about their supply chain, ensure decent and fair working conditions and protection of the environment.
Some styles are produced in Bangladesh. To take the right safety precautions, DK Company has signed and are working actively with the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety to build up the industry in the country.
When signing the Accord they recognize the responsibility to:
- Maintain their sourcing volume in Bangladesh, in order to secure the jobs of the millions of workers working in the garment industry
- Be transparent about their operations in the country and enroll all the factories they we work with, in the Accord Inspection program
- Help to remediate the issues found in the inspection program
- Encourage and support the formation of worker participation committees in order to enable the workers voices to be heard.
DK Company ask all our suppliers to work with their supply chain and set requirements the same way as they put ethical requirements on them. All their suppliers have signed their Ethical Sourcing Requirements.
In 2012, DK Company made a decision to become a Fur Free company. They have an Animal Welfare Policy signed by their suppliers, where they ban mulesing, live plucking and live skinning of animals. They require that the leather used, only derive from animals who have been bred for the food industry.
They have their own set of chemical restrictions, which restricts dangerous chemicals in clothes and/or in the production. The chemical restrictions are made to protect the workers who work with the chemicals, customers who wear the clothes and not least the environment. Their testing programme helps to control that requirements are being kept.
For each collection they make a manual risk assessment and pick out styles for tests, they consider high risk in regards to chemicals. Products are tested from production samples, and if they fail in tests, they will not reach their final destination (the shops) until the products lives up to the standards of our Chemical Restrictions.