Our determination to create meaningful and measurable change led us to write our first Sustainability Strategy in 2019 as our road map for improvements until the end of 2020. We looked deep into our business to evaluate our impact, spotlight where we had the most control or oversight and then set ourselves measurable targets to achieve over two years. Aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, it is here to help us navigate the complexities of social and environmental issues as they relate to the fashion industry and world at large. 

We are not naive to the fact that achieving our objectives will take hard work, collaboration, risk-taking and many trials and errors. All of this aside, we are willing and ready to tackle these challenges head on. We are constantly learning but we are here to do things differently and we hope that you will join us.

Sustainability Strategy Update Report

Our progress as we reach half way towards our 2020 goals

We have now reached our halfway point in achieving the goals we set out in the above strategy. In this report you will find what we have delivered on so far, where we have made progress, and what we still have to achieve. We are proud of our progress and are more determined than ever to transform fashion into a regenerative, responsible, circular and inclusive industry. 

Come 2021, we will review this strategy and set new targets, always questioning and challenging the best way forward within a company where people and the planet are equally as important as the bottom line. Please continue to hold us accountable and we promise to continue to update you on our progress. 

“We are at a truly pivotal moment in history. This isn’t just about fashion. Here and now is where we decide what the world will look like for future generations. We must adapt to a changing world. We must choose to be better than those before us. We must know our purpose and we must do everything in our power to be the change we wish to see in the world.” 

- Maggie Hewitt