One year since its launch by French President Emmanuel Macron, the Fashion Pact membership has doubled to over 60 signatories, covering multiple sectors and 14 countries. Together they represent over 200 brands and a third of the fashion industry.
The Fashion Pact unites CEOs of over 60 global leading companies from the fashion and textile industry, including sports, lifestyle and luxury as well as suppliers and retailers, committing to a common core of ambitious quantified environmental objectives that focus on three pillars; climate, biodiversity and oceans.
One year since its creation, the Members have identified seven strategic tangible targets, particularly in the areas where collaborative action is needed, to scale solutions in order to achieve critical impact on a global level. “The Fashion Pact is still at the beginning of its impact. The coalition has made its first strides, including implementing an operations structure, developing a digital dashboard of KPIs to measure joint impact as well as beginning first collaborative activity on biodiversity together with the technical expertise of industry experts”, said Kering in a statement.
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