The textile company has also made items for Next, Monsoon and Laura Ashley and is part of Orka Holdings, the family firm of Mr Kamcev.
Workers at his factory on the outskirts of the capital Skopje get paid between 9,000 and 15,000 denar a month – the equivalent of between £125 and £208 – which is slightly above average for Macedonia.
They also alleged Trajkov had not explained a further 0,000 in expenses and cash withdrawn from the association, as well as 0,000 transferred from the association's bank account to an account held by his wife, Slobodanka Trajkova.
The association has since been re-established under new management.
It emerged today that Mr Trajkov is facing further, unrelated charges, including obtaining property by deception and using false documents to try and apply for credit cards, dating from August last year.5.6.2017 WESTFIELD FFA CUP SEVENTH ROUND (WA) PREVIEW On Monday its Cup day, and were down to the last four in the Westfield FFA Cup WA stage, and the sides know they are only one game away from the round of 32, and a clash against and A-League side our a top league side from the other states in the country.First up Division One side Western Knights take on Bayswater City at Finance 365 Stadium (2.30pm).Australian art is any art made in Australia or about Australia, from prehistoric times to the present.This includes Aboriginal, Colonial, Landscape, Atelier, early twentieth century painters, print makers, photographers, and sculptors influenced by European modernism, Contemporary art.Workers at the Mont factory on the outskirts of the capital Skopje (pictured) get paid between 9,000 and 15,000 denar a month – the equivalent of between £125 and £208 – which is slightly above average for Macedonia The clothes are then shipped to the UK for sale in Selfridges, where one of Mrs Cameron’s T-shirts is £110 and a coat £390 – well out of the price range of the workers making them.