During a meeting at the Elysee with French President Emmanuel Macron, who presented the initiative at the G7 Summit in Biarritz, confirming their commitment to environmental sustainability, 32 top fashion and textiles companies signed the Fashion Pact to set practical, tangible goals to reduce the environmental impact of this important industry.
The Fashion Pact goals are based on Science-Based Targets (STB) and focus on three key areas for saving the planet: stop global warming by creating and taking steps to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050; restore biodiversity by safeguarding natural ecosystems; and reduce the fashion industry’s impact on the oceans through practical measures like gradually curtailing the use of single-use plastics.
The companies are Adidas, Burberry, Bestseller, Capri Holdings Limited (Versace, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo), Carrefour, Chanel, Ermenegildo Zegna, Everybody&Everyone, Fashion3, Fung Group, Galeries Lafayette, Gap, Giorgio Armani, H&M Group, Hermes, Inditex, Karl Lagerfeld, Kering, La Redoute, Matchesfashion.com, Moncler, Nike, Nordstrom, Prada Group, Puma, PVH (Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger), Ralph Lauren, Ruyi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Selfridges Group, Stella McCartney and Tapestry.Among them the Italian Salvatore Ferragamo, parent Company of the Salvatore Ferragamo Group, one of the world’s leaders in the luxury industry and whose origins date back to 1927. President Ferruccio Ferragamo, announced: “We are proud to be part of this initiative. Thanks to the Fashion Pact, for the first time, major fashion industry players are joining forces to take on the largest environmental challenges of our century. Meeting today’s needs without preventing future generations from meeting theirs is an immense challenge that we must all resolve together.”Rainbow Future, the first sustainable shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo.
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