"PVH Corp has a strong legacy in corporate responsibility, which it is advancing through innovative approaches to social and environmental issues. This makes it an ideal partner for Fashion for Good. Together, we will focus on innovations that offer better alternatives and enable transparency and traceability across the value chain, from source to store, with the ultimate aim to make fashion a force for good," said Katrin Ley, managing director of Fashion for Good, on the new partnership.
With the addition of PVH to its network, Fashion for Good will gain a committed partner and leader in the apparel industry. PVH will play an important role in setting Fashion for Good’s innovation agenda, including by defining focus areas, participating in the selection of new innovators and providing expertise and mentorship to the selected startups. In turn, PVH will gain specialised scouting and screening support, as well as preferential access to market-ready innovations through Fashion for Good’s extensive network. PVH will also contribute to the curation of the visitor-facing Fashion for Good Experience, the world’s first technology-forward museum dedicated to sustainable fashion innovation opening this October in Amsterdam.
"The Fashion for Good agenda compliments our corporate responsibility program, which is focused on collaborative innovation to tackle sustainability challenges in fashion," said Marissa Pagnani McGowan, GVP of corporate responsibility, PVH Corp. "Disruptive circular technology will be a major unlock to resource and waste challenges and we believe that our partnership will help move our company and the industry forward."
Fashion for Good is a global platform for innovation, made possible through collaboration and community. This platform includes the Fashion for Good-Plug and Play Accelerator, a 12-week startup programme run with Plug and Play, a leading Silicon Valley accelerator, to give promising startup innovators the expertise and funding they need in order to grow. It also includes a robust Scaling Programme, which provides bespoke support to circular apparel and footwear innovations that have passed the proof-of-concept phase. (RR)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India
| On 12th May 2021
While the global growth outlook has improved, led by robust rebound...
| On 12th May 2021
Millions of new remote and hybrid-remote workers, kids returning to...
Uzbekistan exported textile products worth $637.7 million to 54...
Consumer sentiment will be conservative after lockdown
We are staring at livelihood crisis for weavers
Verticals like fast fashion won’t completely adopt personalisation on...
Founded by Chini Chouhan, her eponymous brand specialises in women's...
Mumin Can Eker
Maseksport Inc is a readymade garment exporter. Founded in Izmir in 1989,...
With production sites in Klagenfurt and Kufstein, Zimmer Austria is a...
Ventile is a registered trademark used to brand a special high-quality...
Bebop Sensors' smart fabrics allows for a new level of interaction between ...
With forces in engineering and process development, Andritz Nonwoven...
Label Seema Gujral
<b>Seema Gujral</b>'s designs for her eponymous label revolve around...
Sailesh Singhania Label
The Sailesh Singhania label was created to promote handwoven sarees and...
Label Archana Jaju
<b>Archana Jaju</b>’s Hyderabad-based eponymous label works with artisans...
Letter to Editor
Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.
Subscribe today and get the latest information on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel.
Download Free Report
Rising Opportunities in Technical Textiles Market: 2020-2026
Thank you for showing interest in our free report on 'Rising Opportunities in Technical Textiles Market: 2020-2026'
You will receive an email shortly with a link to download the report and in case if you don't receive our email, you can write back to email@example.com.