FORWARD FASHION

A new level of ambition and transparency for sustainable business. Let’s drive fashion forward – for good.

 “While the apparel industry will be uniquely transformed post-pandemic, we have a responsibility to help shape this “new normal” for the benefit of all stakeholders. We are steadfast in our commitments to prioritize climate action, to build tighter, more resilient supply chains, to fight for social 
justice, and to deliver more sustainable products to our consumers.”

Emanuel Chirico
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, PVH Corp.

Forward Fashion is our strategy to transform how clothes are made and (re)used, and the actions we are taking to move our business and the fashion industry toward a more innovative and responsible future. We do this because resources are limited and, for us, human rights are non-negotiable.

Forward Fashion has three strategic focus areas which guide our activities and drive impact across our business.

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Improve 1M+ lives across our value chain
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Reduce negative impacts to zero

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Improve 1M+ lives across our value chain

Resources

All of our most up-to-date resources, including policies & guidelines, positions, progress, and data.

How PVH is making meaningful progress through policy change and public engagement / As companies and organizations answer the urgent call for change, equally pressing is the need for concrete actions to make progress possible on an individual and systemic level. Committed to driving fashion forward for good, PVH is turning words into actions and working to address key issues on the world stage and in its own value chain…

How cooperation can tackle complexity and elevate worker voices / Rick Relinger, Vice President of Human Rights and Operations at PVH, has a firm belief in the power of fashion to be a positive force in the world. “The industry can be a source of inclusive economic growth and decent work, providing opportunities for people in developing countries when companies work to fulfill their responsibility to respect human rights.”

Enabling future leaders with Christel House / Divya Rashi knows just where her future is heading. Into space. Her journey began at Christel House, Bangalore, a school run by the namesake nonprofit in India and supported by the PVH Foundation since 2015. The school focuses on transforming the lives of impoverished children through a holistic model focused on the “whole child,” which includes K-12 education, character…

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