In its 2016 Detox Catwalk list, Greenpeace singled out and praised three apparel companies - Benetton, Inditex and H&M - for being “ahead of the curve and on track to meet their commitments” to eliminate hazardous chemicals by 2020. This was the third edition of the Detox Catwalk, which assesses the steps taken by fashion brands to fulfil their commitments in the elimination of hazardous chemicals. This year the focus was on implementation, and these three companies were described as having undertaken concrete actions and on-the-ground implementation toward a toxic-free industry with credible timelines. In contrast, four other brands – Nike, Esprit, Limited Brands, and Li-Ning - were tagged as “Faux Pas” for “not yet accepting responsibility for their hazardous chemical pollution and implementing the urgent steps needed to achieve the goal of eliminating hazardous chemicals by 2020.” Twelve other companies, which represent the majority of the rankings, fell into the “Evolution Mode,” which means improvement is needed in two to three assessment areas in order to reach the 2020 Detox goal. This group includes Adidas, Puma, C&A, Fast Retailing, G-Star, Mango, Miroglio, Valentino, Burberry, Levi's, Primark, and M&S.