28.10.2019 — News
24 new compagnies join Fashion Pact
The companies that signed Fashion Pact met in Paris for a first working meeting. 24 companies in the fashion and textile sector join Fashion Pact, bringing the total number of signatory companies to 56, representing around 250 brands.
Signatories agreed to report on progress in September 2020
Representatives of companies signing Fashion Pact met for the first time yesterday, in Paris, to define the organizational arrangements for the coalition. Thirty-two fashion and textile companies had committed themselves, in the run-up to the G7 Summit, to concrete and common objectives in three areas: climate, biodiversity and oceans. The Fashion Pact was presented to the heads of state gathered at the G7 in Biarritz on August 26, 2019, by François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and CEO of Kering.
24 new signatories
Today, 24 new companies in the fashion and textile sector, all of them already engaged separately in an environmental approach, have decided to join the coalition, bringing to 56 the total number of signatories and to around 250 the number of brands engaged in this process. The 24 new signatories are (in alphabetical order): AUCHAN RETAIL, BALLY, CALZEDONIA GROUP, CELIO, DAMARTEX GROUP, DECATHLON, EL CORTE INGLES, ERALDA, FARFETCH, FIGARET, GLOVES, GEOX, BEAUMANOIR GROUP, ERAM GROUP, ETAM GROUP, GTS GROUP, KIABI, LADY LAWYER FASHION ARCHIVE, MANGO, NANA JUDY, PAUL & JOE, PROMOD, SPARTOO-ANDRE, THE VISUALITY CORPORATION.
The discussions of this working meeting focused on the governance modalities of the Fashion Pact, the organization of work between its members, as well as the implementation of the commitments as concrete objectives. It was decided that a first report on the progress of the work of the coalition would be shared in September 2020. At the end of the meeting, the Secretary of State to the Minister of Transition Ecological and Solidarity Brune Poirson to commend the work of the signatory companies committed to the follow-up of the commitments made.