Beyoncé launched her athleisure line Ivy Park earlier this year which planned to empower females through the clothing company's message. But according to The Mirror, workers in Sri Lanka who are making the line are only being paid 44p (63 cents) an hour.

MAS Holdings, (the Sri Lankan apparel conglomerate manufacturing Bey's clothes,) employ 74,000 workers and 70% of them are women. In response to the accusations, a Top Shop spokeswoman stated that Ivy Park has extensive ethical training. "We are proud of our sustained efforts in terms of factory inspections and audits, and our teams work very closely with our suppliers and their factories to ensure compliance. We expect our suppliers to meet our code of conduct and we support them in achieving these requirements," she told the Sun.