The most polluting sector wants to make a real change: Fashion bigs make a pact to protect the environment
On the eve of the G7 summit in Biarritz, French President Macron reunited representatives of 32 world-leading companies in the fashion and textile sector in order to announce the “Fashion Pact”. https://thefashionpact.org/?lang=en
Therefore, the fashion world undertakes to create a coalition giving life to an unprecedented experience. The pact includes luxury and sports brands along with suppliers and retailers, already involved in environmental commitments.
Fashion Pact’s aim is to improve and strengthen cooperation between private companies and national states. Based on the principles promoted by the Science-Based Target (SBT1) initiative, the objectives are: firstly, to stop global warming. Secondly, to restore the biodiversity. Thirdly, and most importantly, to protect the oceans.
Born as a collective project, Fashion Pact is open to any company that wishes to contribute to the transformation of practices in the fashion and textile sector, in order to face the environmental challenges of our century.
At the moment, the coalition includes the following brands: Chanel, H&M Group, Hermes, Inditex, Karl Lagerfeld, Ruyi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Selfridges Group, Stella McCartney, Tapestry, Ermenegildo Zegna, Carrefour, Everybody&Everyone, Fashion3, Fung Group, Galeries Lafayette, Gap, Giorgio Armani, Kering, La Redoute, Adidas, Burberry, Bestseller, Capri Holdings Limited (Versace, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo), Matchesfashion.com, Moncler, Nike, Nordstrom, Prada Group, Ralph Lauren, Puma, Pvh (Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger).