Modern Slavery Statement

This statement has been published in accordance with section 54(2) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps being taken by PINKDEVIL LIMITED to prevent modern slavery in its business and supply chains. 

Business Model and Supply Chains

PINKDEVIL LIMITED's principal activity is the retail of lingerie, apparel, adult toys and related accessories. PINKDEVIL LIMITED sells through its online store based in the UK. 

Our product supply chains are global, with suppliers operating in countries across the US, Europe and Asia.

We have an established approach to Modern Slavery in our product supply chains. All suppliers are required to sign up to and comply with our Code of Conduct which outlines our zero-tolerance approach to forced labour.

Due Diligence of Supply Chain

We recognise that our biggest exposure to Modern Slavery is in our product supply chains and therefore plan to undertake:

  • New supplier due diligence, including an internal audit of all new factories and supplier agreement to our code of conduct prior to commencing supply;
  • Audits of factories are undertaken on a supplier risk basis;
  • Documented supplier visits;

In addition, our Managing Director writes to all new suppliers to raise awareness of the Modern Slavery Act and Human Rights. This letter affirms our zero tolerance approach to human rights abuses and reiterates our expectations of them if they become aware of any Modern Slavery within their supply chains.

We recognise the need to keep Modern Slavery risk on our agenda and will continually assess our policies, controls and training (both internally and in conjunction with our suppliers) to ensure that this risk is mitigated.