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Gucci’s ten-year sustainability plan

Gucci’s president and CEO Marco Bizzarri recently disclosed details of the company’s new ten-year ‘Culture of Purpose’ sustainability plan along with its commitment to join the Fur Free Alliance eliminating animal fur from its products, beginning early next year. They will contribute Euro 1 million as a founding partner of UNICEFs Girls’ Empowerment Initiative.

This announcement came on the occasion of the International Day of the Girl on October 11, on which the 2017 Kering Talk was organised at the London College of Fashion.

The plan hinges on three pillars: environment, humanity and new models.

Gucci is committed to reducing its environmental impact and guarantees traceability of 95 per cent of its raw materials. It recognises the value of its employees and is dedicated to responsible and innovative management of the supply chain, gender equality, diversity and inclusion. It is also developing new solutions by applying technical innovation to improve efficiency in its production and logistics.