Karl Lagerfeld, Burbery, Chanel, Prada And 30 Other Brands Come Together To Sign A Sustainability Fashion Pact

Fashion Pact, G7 Summit, Sustainability
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These leading luxury brands are aiming to stop global warming, restore biodiversity and protect the oceans

Adidas, Burberry, Chanel, Galeries Lafayette, Gap Inc., Giorgio Armani, H&M Group, Hermès, Inditex, Karl Lagerfeld, Kering, Matchesfashion.com, Moncler, Nike, Nordstrom, Prada Group, Puma, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Stella McCartney are just some of the 32 brands who have signed the Fashion Fact after this weekend’s G7 summit at Biarritz.

The sustainability initiative was actioned by French president Emmanuel Macron, who set François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kering, the task of bringing together the leading players in fashion and textile, to focus on safeguarding the planet.

Fashion Pact’s three key action points are: to stop global warming, restore biodiversity and protect the oceans. It is a first-of-its-kind initiative that’s uniting the biggest names in fashion, many of which are usually competitors.

The 32 fashion and textile brands, spanning luxury, fashion, sports and lifestyle, are:

Adidas
Bestseller
Burberry
Capri Holdings Limited
Carrefour
Chanel
Ermenegildo Zegna
Everybody & Everyone
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Fung Group
Galeries Lafayette
Gap Inc.
Giorgio Armani, H&M Group
Hermes
Inditex
Karl Lagerfeld
Kering
La Redoute
Matchesfashion.com
Moncler
Nike
Nordstrom
Prada
Puma
PVH Corp.
Ralph Lauren
Ruyi
Salvatore Ferragamo
Selfridges Group
Stella Mccartney
Tapestry


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Fashion Pact, G7 Summit, Sustainability
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