Our Products

Vanity Fair® garments are guaranteed to be crafted with high quality, supreme comfort and excellent fit to make women feel fabulous. We hold ourselves to the highest quality standards to ensure that our garments last wash after wash. Quality garments last longer and do not need to be replaced as quickly to help minimize negative impacts to the environment.

We have also expanded our product assortment to include garments made using Tencel™ Modal, Recycled Polyester and cotton meeting the Better Cotton™ standard, which are sustainably sourced and better for the environment. 

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Our Planet

Vanity Fair® is focused on responsibly sourcing environmentally friendly paper and plastic packaging. FSC paper is used for all paper tags. Our paper tags also feature How To Recycle logos to provide consumers with information on how to appropriately dispose of packaging after purchase. Our distribution centers use ecofriendly polybags made with 100% recycled plastic for ecommerce orders. At retail, 100% of Vanity Fair® packaged styles use ecofriendly polybags made of 60% recycled plastic.

Vanity Fair® ensures that our manufacturing facilities continue ongoing projects to better the planet.
Below are current areas of focus:

  • Updating/upgrading lighting systems
  • Recycle/reuse cartons & plastic to avoid going to landfills - 4.5 thousand tons saved in 2022
  • Water consumption reduction – 5 million gallons saved in 2022
  • Process chemicals usage reduction – 1.3 thousand lbs. saved in 2022
  • Electric consumption reduction – 185 thousand kilowatt hours saved in 2022
Source: 2022 Sustainability Summary - Sourced Apparel

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Our People

At Vanity Fair®, we aim to be a welcoming brand that is reflective of the diverse community of women we serve. This is why we have trained our teams on both D&I sensitivity in the marketplace and fit protocol for all genders. The result? Our teams are more knowledgeable about how to navigate diversity with sensitivity. 

Now, more than ever, women want to see themselves reflected in what they see from brands. We are committed to featuring more models and influencers of color, and we have expanded our product color offering to contain a broad range of skin tones. Because we serve women who need support, we continue to expand our product line and size range to meet the needs of more women. 

In the workforce, we believe our differences make us stronger and for this reason, we are committed to creating a workplace where everyone is treated with respect and empowered to contribute. We want to foster an inclusive culture of belonging for all employees, intentionally attracting, retaining and developing diverse talent.


At Vanity Fair®, we ensure that all employees are treated fairly both in the United States and globally. All of the Vanity Fair® manufacturing facilities are independently evaluated regularly under one of the following audits: Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production Policy (WRAP), Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA), Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) or Workplace Conditions Assessment (WCA), which collectively assess facilities with respect to the following principles:

  1. Employment Relationship
  2. Health and Safety
  3. Child Labor
  4. Forced Labor
  5. Harassment or Abuse
  6. Non-Discrimination
  7. Working Hours
  8. Fair Compensation
  9. Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
  10. Environmental Sustainability
  11. Compliance with Laws
  12. Business Ethics
  13. Subcontractors
  14. Customs Compliance
  15. Security

If the fundamental requirements under any of these areas are not met, Vanity Fair will not begin operating with the facility until the action is corrected. If a facility that is currently manufacturing our products is found to be deficient in any of the above areas, they must remedied within defined due dates.

Click here to learn more about the expectations in our Code of Conduct and Benchmarks, responsible sourcing practices, WRAP, SMETA, BSCI, WCA,

At Vanity Fair®, we believe every person deserves to have their most basic needs met — whether that be food, shelter, clothing or health care. This is the foundational belief behind “Threads of Change”, our Fruit of the Loom corporate global program to support organizations by providing essential services in times of need. At our headquarters in Bowling Green, Kentucky, we donate intimate apparel, look for opportunities to be “greener” within the office and participate in the Volunteer Time-Off Program which allows for 20 hours of paid volunteer hours per employee per calendar year.

Our Corporation

At Vanity Fair®, we continue to look for ways to better our impact on the environment and the world around us. We are a part of Fruit of the Loom and support the Fruitful Futures™ program, our sustainability plan within the Fruit family of brands. The Fruitful Futures™ program is our plan and blueprint for how we are reducing our environmental impact, treating every worker with respect and making our products responsibly. The Fruitful Futures™ program was developed through employee collaboration, with an eye toward empowering and engaging our global workforce and to help make us a better and stronger company, allowing us to fulfill our mission to enrich our consumers’ lives and ultimately make our world and future more fruitful than ever. Learn more about Fruitful Futures™ here.