LVMH’s signature fashion brand, Louis Vuitton has announced that it will be adjusting the thermostats and turning off the lights earlier as part of energy saving measures designed to help the label do its bit to combat the energy crisis this winter, according to a report published by The Guardian.
Neiman Marcus Group has published its first Environmental Social Governance Report, titled, Our Journey to Revolutionize Impact. The paper outlines the department store chain’s 2025 ESG strategy and shares progress to date.
Recover and Polopique have signed a multi-year agreement in order to work together on sustainable manufacturing and provide end-to-end solutions for the fashion industry.
Kering has taken the decision to stop using animal fur, effective across all brands from the Fall 2022 collections.
Buy now, pay later provider Afterpay has launched a top-up program that allows customers to donate $1 at check out to charitable causes in a bid to promote sustainable shopping.
Ralph Lauren is changing the way it dyes its clothes in order to drastically reduce its water waste, via a new dyeing platform named Color on Demand, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Depop has announced an intensive two-year sustainability plan that aims to set up a ‘new fashion system’. The clothing resale platform has pledged to become climate neutral by the end of the year.
Chanel has named Kate Wylie as Global Chief Sustainability Officer and President of Fondation Chanel, effective July 1, according to a report published by WWD.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is set to turn its attention to the widespread practice of ‘greenwashing’, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
Amazon is debuting its Climate Pledge Friendly program in Europe, unveiling some 40,000 products across France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK with one or more of its sustainability certifications.