About us

Who we are

We are a non-profit organisation forging a nature-positive, net-zero future for fashion, through CEO-led collaboration. We work together as one to create meaningful, large-scale change to improve industry.

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A united fashion industry pioneering new approaches to contribute to a nature-positive, net-zero future.


We chart a pathway for the industry and create collective solutions powered by CEO leadership.

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François-Henri Pinault and Emmanuel Macron during the G7 at Biarritz, in 2019, holding a paper showcasing The Fashion Pact inception. Picture by Jean-François/Modds for Kering.

François-Henri Pinault and Emmanuel Macron
August 2019 in Paris - Jean-François/Modds for Kering

Our history

The Fashion Pact was born out of the recognition that only collective action can change the environmentally harmful impact of the highly fragmented fashion industry.


Launched as an initiative by French President Emmanuel Macron, The Fashion Pact began as a call to action to fashion CEOs to rally and build a courageous collective to address the industry’s environmental impacts. The pact was then presented to the Heads of State at the G7 Summit in Biarritz in 2019 and connected to One Planet Summit, a multi-stakeholder platform committed to address environmental issues.


We have since grown to become the largest CEO-led initiative for sustainability in the fashion industry.

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Our Governance

We are CEO-led

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The Fashion Pact is governed by a Steering Committee composed of 15 elected CEOs. Together they set the strategic vision and drive collective action. This top-level leadership approach is fundamental to bringing the necessary changes across the industry.


In addition, any CEO member can volunteer to be an Ambassador for our Joint Actions. Their role is to support the growth, evolution & success of the projects through concrete actions in operations and communications.


Each decision made by the Steering Committee is informed by the 24 Chief Sustainability Officers who make up the Operations Committee. These experts make strategic and practical propositions, implement the chosen actions and guide working groups.

Names from left to right:

Anders Holch Povlsen – CEO of BESTSELLER, Gerald J. Corbea – CEO of NOABRANDS, Jonathan Akeroyd – CEO of BURBERRY, Joanne Crevoiserat – CEO of TAPESTRY, Richard Dickson – CEO of GAP INC., Harish Ahuja – CEO of SHAHI EXPORTS, Paul Polman – Business leader, campaigner, co-author of “Net Positive”, Helena Helmersson – Former CEO of H&M GROUP, François-Henri Pinault – Chairman and CEO of KERING, Marco Gobbetti – Chairman and CEO of FERRAGAMO, Libby Wadle – CEO of J.CREW, Laurent Milchior – Chairman and CEO of ETAM GROUPE, Eva von Alvensleben – Executive Director & Secretary General of The Fashion Pact

Remote participants:

Patrice Louvet – CEO of RALPH LAUREN, Óscar García Maceiras – CEO OF INDITEX, Bruno Pavlovsky – President of CHANEL ACTIVITIES and CHANEL SAS

Steering committee 2023

27 November 2023
Steering Committee
Operations Committee
Portrait of Harish Ahuja, CEO of Shahi Exports, in black and white.

Harish Ahuja CEO of Shahi Exports

As the Managing Director and Chairperson at Shahi, Harish Ahuja has propelled the company to become India’s largest exporter of ready-made garments. Shahi has been scaling newer heights year after year since its inception in 1974. The company has over 50 factories across 8 Indian states and employs nearly 100,000 people. The company was founded by his mother, Sarla Ahuja, who started her journey as a sewing machine operator in a factory. Delhi University Alumnus, Harish has spearheaded the business into vertical integration, establishing three textile mills. He drives and embodies the spirit of Shahi’s responsible and ethical business standards through his vision for worker-wellbeing and sustainability. He has also led key partnerships with Government Initiatives like the ‘Skill India Mission’ to accelerate female labor participation, for example, DDU- GKY, ISDS, OSEM, and PM-KVY. He holds critical senior positions in Industry bodies like the Apparel Exports Promotion Council (AEPC), the Garment Exporters Association, and is Chair of the FICCI Foreign Trade and Trade Facilitation Committee. Among others, he holds an avid interest in environmental conservation, spirituality, and philanthropic initiatives in education and community welfare.
Portrait of Jonathan Akeroyd, CEO of Burberry, in black and white.

Jonathan Akeroyd CEO of Burberry

Portrait of Gerald J. Corbae, CEO of NOABRANDS, in black and white.

Gerald J. Corbae CEO of NOABRANDS

Gerald J. Corbae is CEO of Noabrands, a global leader in mannequins and in-store fixtures. In this role, Gerald has driven sustainability within the world of fashion through pioneering the usage of sustainable materials and manufacturing processes. In his previous role, Gerald was CEO of the European multi-channel fashion retailer Atelier. Prior to this he helped drive growth and corporate value within the fashion and retail sectors as Partner and Managing Director in consulting firms such as Berger and Alvarez & Marsal.
Portrait of Joanne Crevoiserat, CEO of Tapestry, in black and white.

Joanne Crevoiserat CEO of Tapestry

Joanne Crevoiserat is Chief Executive Officer of Tapestry, Inc. (NYSE: TPR), a house of iconic accessories and lifestyle brands consisting of Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weitzman. Under Ms. Crevoiserat’s leadership, Tapestry recently announced an agreement to acquire Capri Holdings Limited (NYSE: CPRI), establishing a new powerful global house of luxury and fashion brands. She joined Tapestry in 2019 as Chief Financial Officer, and was appointed Chief Executive Officer in 2020. She also serves on the Board of Directors.
Black and white portrait of Richard Dickson, CEO of GAP.

Richard Dickson CEO of Gap Inc.

Richard Dickson is President and CEO of Gap Inc., leading its $15 billion brand portfolio including Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic, and Athleta, with a global team of nearly 90,000. Dickson originally joined Gap Inc. as a Board Director in 2022, while still in his previous role as President and COO of Mattel. At Mattel, Dickson led a portfolio of global brands, overseeing innovation strategy, design and development, brand marketing and franchise management. Under his leadership, the company launched the Mattel Playbook, a brand-building approach instrumental in the growth of its most powerful brands, including Barbie, Hot Wheels, and Fisher-Price.
Portrait of Marco Gobbetti, CEO of Ferragamo, in black and white.

Marco Gobbetti CEO of Ferragamo

Marco Gobbetti joined Ferragamo as Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director in January 2022. Prior to this, he has been the Chief Executive Officer of Burberry since July 2017 leading a complete transformation of the brand. Antecedent, he served as Chairman and CEO of Céline from 2008 to 2016, making a success alongside creative director Phoebe Philo. Former he was Chairman and CEO of Givenchy and CEO of Moschino. He has a B.A. in business administration from American University of Washington D.C. and a Master’s degree in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management in Phoenix.

Daniel Ervér CEO of H&M Group

Daniel Ervér, born in 1981, has worked within the H&M group for 18 years in various roles in different parts of the company, such as head of H&M, which is the largest brand within the H&M group, before he took over as CEO in January 2024. He started as a summer trainee in 2005 and then became a controller in 2006. Since then, Daniel has been responsible for merchandising at H&M in Germany and the US, country manager for H&M Sweden, purchasing manager for H&M and responsible for H&M women and men. Daniel has studied a Degree of Master of Science in Business Administration at the University of Gothenburg and an exchange with ESSEC Business School in Paris, France.
Portrait of Anders Holch Povlsen, CEO of BESTSELLER, in black and white.

Anders Holch Povlsen CEO of BESTSELLER

Anders Holch Povlsen is the CEO and owner of the Danish fashion house BESTSELLER. With over 2,700 stores in 70 countries and a turnover of around €5 billion, BESTSELLER is known for its brands such as JACK & JONES, ONLY, SELECTED and many more. In 2025 BESTSELLER can celebrate its 50 years in fashion, demonstrating the Holch Povlsen family's long-term commitment to the fashion industry, its employees, partners, suppliers, and customers.

Patrice Louvet CEO of Ralph Lauren

Patrice Louvet is accountable for driving Ralph Lauren Corporation's Next Great Chapter: Accelerate strategy and execution. He is focused on delivering sustainable, long-term growth and value creation for the iconic brand globally, in partnership with Mr. Lauren and the broader leadership team. Mr. Louvet joined the Company in July 2017 and is also a member of the Ralph Lauren Board of Directors.
Portrait of Óscar García Maceiras, CEO of Inditex, in black and white.

Óscar García Maceiras CEO of Inditex and Co-Chair of The Fashion Pact

Óscar García Maceiras is a State Attorney, Bachelor Degree in Law from Universidade de A Coruña and PhD in Law from Universidad CEU San Pablo. From 2005 to 2012 he held different positions within Banco Pastor and Banco Popular. In 2012 he was appointed Managing Director of Corporate Development and Legal Affairs at SAREB, as well as its General Counsel and Board Secretary. From 2016 to 2021, he was Banco Santander’s General Counsel and Deputy Secretary of the Board of Directors. He joined Inditex as General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Directors in March 2021 and was appointed Inditex’s CEO in November the same year.
Portrait of Laurent Milchior, Chairman and CEO of Etam Group, in black and white.

Laurent Milchior Chairman and CEO of Etam Group

Laurent Milchior joined the family group in 1998. He held positions in the English and Spanish subsidiaries of the Etam brand, he initiated Etam's first e-commerce website in 2001 and managed Etam's ready-to-wear brand from 2003 to 2008, before becoming co-manager of the Group at the end of 2008, and then taking over its operational management at the end of 2009. A century old, still family-owned and independent, the Etam Group, now a leader in France and internationally, is a key player in lingerie and innovative and creative fashion. With its strong identity and historical know-how, the Etam Group cultivates its unique relationship with its customers through its 5 brands: Etam, undiz, Maison 123, Ysé and Livy, and a strong omnichannel presence based on more than 1500 shops in 57 countries.
Portrait of Bruno Pavlovsky, President of Chanel Fashion activities and Chanel SAS, in black and white.

Bruno Pavlovsky President of Chanel Fashion activities and Chanel SAS

Mr Bruno Pavlovsky is a graduate of the École supérieure de commerce in Bordeaux and he has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School. Mr Bruno Pavlovsky began his career at Deloitte in 1987. In 1990, he joined CHANEL where he is President of CHANEL SAS and President of CHANEL Fashion. He is also President of le19M, the new site designed by CHANEL in 2021, dedicated to the fashion and decorative Métiers d’art, that aims to preserve and share their savoir-faire by bringing together eleven Maisons d’art and la Galerie du 19M representing nearly 600 artisans and experts. Since 2022 he has been President of the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM), President of the Advocacy and Public Policy Commission and administrator of the Comité Colbert, administrator of the Institut Français de la Mode and President of the Fondation de l'Institut Français de la Mode, administrator of Rémy Cointreau and administrator of the Accor group.
Portrait of François-Henri Pinault, CEO of Kering, in black and white.

François-Henri Pinault Chairman and CEO of Kering and Co-Founder of The Fashion Pact

François-Henri Pinault joined the Pinault group in 1987. He held senior positions in several of the Group’s operating subsidiaries before becoming an Executive Board member. In 2000, he was appointed Deputy CEO of PPR (which became Kering), responsible for the Group’s digital strategy. Three years later, he was named Chairman of Artemis, Kering's controlling shareholder. In 2005, François-Henri Pinault was appointed Chairman and CEO of Kering, which he gradually transformed into a global Luxury group. He has developed Kering into a pioneer in sustainability with a deep commitment to women – two causes that are particularly close to his heart. He also chairs the Kering Foundation, founded in 2008 to combat violence against women. His vision of modern, authentic and responsible Luxury is at the heart of Kering's success and its ambition to be the world’s most influential Luxury group in terms of creativity, sustainability and long-term economic performance. Following the Annual General Meeting on April 22, 2021, the Board of Directors renewed his term of office as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for the duration of his directorship, which will expire at the end of the Annual General Meeting called to approve the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2024. A French national, François-Henri Pinault is a graduate of the HEC business school.
Portrait of Paul Polman, Co-Founder and Co-Chair of The Fashion Pact, in black and white.

Paul Polman Co-Founder and Co-Chair of The Fashion Pact

Paul Polman works to accelerate action by business to tackle climate change and inequality. As CEO of Unilever (2009-2019), he demonstrated that business can profit through purpose, delivering shareholder returns of 290% while the company consistently ranked 1st in the world for sustainability. Today he works across a range of organisations to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which he helped develop.
Portrait of Libby Wadle, CEO of J.Crew Group, in black and white.

Libby Wadle CEO of J.Crew Group

Libby Wadle is the Chief Executive Officer of J.Crew Group, overseeing J.Crew, J.Crew Factory and Madewell brands and serving on the board of directors. With over 25-years of experience in the retail industry, during her tenure at the J.Crew Group she has held executive leadership roles across each of the brands, J.Crew, J.Crew Factory and Madewell. She has dedicated herself to an ambitious sustainability and social impact strategy for the J.Crew Group, leading industry firsts including the premier denim partnership with Fair Trade USA and committing to using Good Cashmere Standard certified cashmere across all brands.

Federica Licini Head of Sustainable Business at Farfetch

Anant Ahuja Head, Organizational Development of Shahi Exports

Anant Ahuja is the Director of ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) at Shahi Exports, India’s largest apparel manufacturer employing over 100,000 people. Started by his grandmother in 1974, Shahi has always placed the employment and advancement of women at the core of its business. Since 2012, Anant has been leading positive change across the business through innovation and strategy to align the company’s growth with the development of people, communities, and the environment. His belief that the private sector is a critical lever for development and sustainability led him to start Good Business Lab (GBL), a not-for-profit labor innovation company that conducts research to find common ground between worker well-being and business interests. He sits on the Board of Directors of Better Buying Institute, which aims to improve industry purchasing practices, and DXM, an on-demand manufacturing technology platform. Anant graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania.

Fulvio Benetti Group Sustainability Director of Ermenegildo Zegna Group

Fulvio Benetti is Group Sustainability Director for the Ermenegildo Zegna Group. Fulvio has been part of TFP Operations Committee Biodiversity and Oceans since their inception in 2020. Within Zegna, Fulvio has led the sustainability practice since 2019, and has covered various positions within the Group beforehand: CRM Director 2020-2021, Head of Business Development 2018-2020, Head of Retail Operations & Retail Excellence 2015-2017. Before Zegna, Fulvio has been a consultant for Bain & Company Italy, and a Software Engineer for Cisco Systems in California, US. Fulvio has a degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, and an MBA from St. Gallen HSG.

Mina Piccini Chief Marketing and Corporate Strategy Officer

Marie-Claire Daveu Chief Sustainability Officer of Kering

Marie-Claire Daveu began her career as a technical advisor to the cabinet of Prime Minister, Jean-Pierre Raffarin, before becoming Principal Private Secretary to Serge Lepeltier, Minister of Ecology and Sustainability. In 2005, she became Director of Sustainable Development for the Sanofi-Aventis Group. From 2007 to 2012, she served as Chief of Staff to French politician, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, working in various secretaries of state and then at the Ministries of Ecology, Sustainability, Transport and Housing. In 2012, she was appointed Kering’s Chief Sustainability Officer and Head of International Institutional Affairs. She sets out the strategy and ambitious objectives as well as implementing a set of best practices within the Group and the Houses. Today, Kering is a pioneer and recognized leader in sustainability. A French national, she is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Technology for Life, Food and Environmental Sciences (ENGREF). She also earned a postgraduate diploma (DESS) in public administration from Dauphine University, Paris.

Guy Morgan Sustainability Director, Fashion, CHANEL

Guy Morgan is Sustainability Director for CHANEL’s Fashion division, based in Paris. In his role, Guy is responsible for ensuring the integrity of CHANEL’s approach to responsible and sustainable business transformation, within the fashion division. Guy is a board member of Paris Good Fashion and co-chair of the Fashion Pact operations committee, in addition to being a visiting business fellow at the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing. Guy has worked on sustainability issues in business, consulting, and research roles for over 20 years, across the US, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. He holds an MBA from Boston College Carroll School of Management, USA, and a BA in History and French from the University of Birmingham, UK.

Logan Duran VP ESG & Sustainability of Tapestry

Logan Duran is VP, ESG & Sustainability at Tapestry Inc (NYSE: TPR) and has worked across the fashion, retail, and outdoor industry with roles in sustainability at Coach, Patagonia, and PVH. Logan focuses on strategies to help organizations measure, reduce, and communicate their ESG impacts across the value chain. His experience covers several subject areas including supply chain responsibility, traceability, circularity, product and carbon mitigation, chemicals management, renewable energy, and reporting. Originally from Chicago, IL, he holds a master’s degree in sustainability management from Columbia University (New York City) and a joint BA in Environmental Studies and Geology from Middlebury College (Vermont).

Leyla Ertur Head of Sustainability of H&M Group and Co-Chair of the Operations Committee

Leyla Ertur has led H&M Group’s sustainability initiatives since 2021. Having joined the company in 2000, she has worked in various roles and on multiple continents, leading teams across a variety of areas including HR, Production and Global Supply Chain Management. Prior to the Director of Sustainability role, Leyla worked extensively in H&M Group’s production countries such as Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong and Turkey including Global Supply Chain Manager in Hong Kong and Regional Country Manager for Production in China and Europe.

Daniel Fibiger VP, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) of GAP INC.

Daniel Fibiger is Gap Inc.’s Head of Global Sustainability and President of Gap Foundation, where he leads the company’s human rights, women’s empowerment, environmental sustainability and philanthropic strategy and programs. He has worked at Gap Inc. for more than a decade, and most recently led the company’s responsible sourcing and supply chain sustainability teams. Prior to joining Gap Inc., Daniel worked at the Responsible Sourcing Network, coordinating a multi-stakeholder network to end forced child labor in Uzbekistan’s cotton sector. He was also a Research Fellow at the International Labor Rights Forum.

Federico Fraboni Head of Sustainability of Calzedonia Group

Viviane Gut Senior Director Sustainability of Adidas

Viviane is an economist with more than 16 years of experience in integrating sustainability into business operations. She approaches sustainability as a mean to help companies identify market opportunities as well as to understand and manage ESG risks. Viviane specifically enjoys doing this through the lens of innovation and disrupt limiting thought processes. She successfully created and built-up sustainability strategy from scratch and implemented various sustainable product initiatives. Her passion for outdoors and ultra-trail running keeps her going and motivated.

Liz Hershfield SVP, Head of Sustainability of J.Crew Group

Kachen Hong CSR Director of Etam Group

A graduate of Sciences Po Paris, Kachen worked in environmental strategy consulting for several consultancies for 6 years, before running the Paris ethical fashion brand Les Sublimes, which she co-founded, for 4 years. She joined the Etam Group in 2019 to manage the Group's environmental transition. Kachen is primarily involved in the definition and implementation of the Group’s and brand’s CSR strategy. She helped launch the brands’ responsible product lines integrating certified organic or recycled materials, she led the group’s efforts towards the reduction of its carbon footprint and packaging, the development of circularity, and also the review of social and environmental compliance policies in the supply chain.

Katie Ioanilli Chief Global Impact & Communications Officer of Ralph Lauren

Katie Ioanilli is Chief Global Impact and Communications Officer. She is responsible for ensuring the Company’s high standards for sustainability and corporate citizenship are reflected in its business, culture and operations and for building and stewarding the Company’s reputation around the world. Katie leads strategy and engagement for sustainability, global corporate citizenship, corporate communications, employee communications and public affairs globally. Katie joined the Company in 2017.

Caroline Laurie VP Corporate Responsibility of Burberry

Krista McDonough SVP, General Counsel & Chief Sustainability Officer of Capri Holdings

Krista A. McDonough is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Sustainability Officer of Capri Holdings Limited, a global fashion luxury group consisting of Versace, Jimmy Choo and Michael Kors. In her role, Ms. McDonough is responsible for the group’s worldwide legal and compliance functions and corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives. She routinely serves as a senior advisor to the Board of Directors and executive management team on complex legal issues and matters of strategic importance. Prior to joining Capri Holdings, Ms. McDonough was an attorney in the corporate department of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison LLP.

Javier Losada Montero Chief Sustainability Officer of Inditex

Javier Losada is Inditex’s Chief Sustainability Officer and belongs to the company's Management Committee. Graduated in Economics and Master's degree in Business Administration from Universidade de A Coruña, he joined the Group in 1993 as part of the company's financial team. He was responsible for the Risk department for ten years until 2007, when he took the position of head of the Management Control area, coordinating the budget and strategic planning of the Group. Since 2020, he has served as the Chief Sustainability Officer, responsible for shaping and supervising the sustainability strategy and the objectives set by the Group.

Carole de Montgolfier Chief Sustainability Officer of MF Brands

Dorte Rye Olsen Head of Sustainability of Bestseller

Dorte Rye Olsen heads BESTSELLER’s sustainability efforts anchored in their Fashion FWD strategy. Dorte has extensive experience with sustainability from a consumer brand perspective and is active in several industry associations. Sustainability has been her primary focus for more than two decades working in the textile and fashion industry. Dorte is convinced that genuine change will occur when action is anchored in business and all industry stakeholders take active part in the development of solutions.

Rossella Ravagli Sustainability Director of Armani Group

Committed with determination and passion in the field of social responsibility and sustainability for over 20 years. After earning a bachelor's degree in Statistical and Economic Sciences and a master’s degree in Quality Assurance, Ravagli has had considerable experiences in the sustainability field working for different companies and industries.  From 2008 to 2020, as “Head of Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility” at Gucci, Ravagli has led the company to achieve internationally recognized leadership in sustainability. Builder of relationships with key global stakeholders and member of numerous sustainability committees and author of articles and publications.

Pétronille Ricard Chief Sustainability Officer of Celio

Having graduated from both ESSEC and Kedge Business School, Pétronille has dedicated a substantial portion of her career to international fashion procurement. Later, she pursued an Executive program at Ecole Centrale de Paris, focusing on sustainable development, all the while launching an eco-conscious marketplace. Pétronille has also played a pivotal role in crafting and executing the CSR strategy for the Etam group. Leveraging her diverse experiences, she now holds the position of CSR Director at celio.

Ignacio Sierra Corporate General Manager of Tendam

Mr. Sierra is head of the Corporate Area, he holds direct responsibilities in Sustainability and ESG, Institutional and Corporate Affairs and Communication. He is also the President of the European Branded Clothing Alliance in Brussels. Since 2011 Ignacio Sierra is vocal in the Management Committee and Chairman of the CSR Committee of ANGED, Spain Large Retailers National Association. In June 2019 he joined the Management Committee of FEDECON Modaespaña Federation. Sierra is Vice-Chairman of OTYM Textile & Fashion Observatory, a platform of Textile industry CIE, and Spain fashion Federation ModaEspaña. Sierra is also Secretary General of AGRT the association for textile waste management of Spain launched in January 2023, the future collective ERP Scheme. Sierra is also member of the “Leading Brands of Spain Forum” Executive Committee.

Davide Soli VP Global Operations Strategy & Sustainability of NOABRANDS

Davide Maria Soli is EU COO and CSO of Noabrands, a global leader in mannequins and in-store fixtures. Davide has spent the last 15 years in the mannequins and fixtures business, setting up and managing productions in China, Europe and North America. Since 2019 he is responsible for Noabrands’ sustainability strategy and overseeing the company’s efforts to reduce its environmental impact. He manages a range of projects, including initiatives to reduce carbon emissions, increase energy efficiency, and promote business circularity and sustainable sourcing.
There is now a real momentum within fashion among leaders who are ready to work with others to drive the changes our societies and planet need. This sector has a long way to go, but no single CEO or business can tackle these issues alone and The Fashion Pact offers unprecedented partnership and scale.”
Paul Polman
Paul Polman

Business leader and Co-Chair & Co-Founder of The Fashion Pact

Today, the fashion industry has the opportunity to lead a shift towards a more sustainable future. We can set an example for how companies can work together and take action on the crucial issues of climate change, biodiversity and protecting the world’s oceans. Collaboration is vital if we are to develop a truly sustainable industry, and to do so as quickly and effectively as possible.”
François-Henri Pinault
François-Henri Pinault

Chairman & CEO of Kering

Farfetch is built on a community of fashion creators, curators and consumers - we're on a mission to empower these communities to choose, act and think positively. The Fashion Pact unites and mobilises companies across different market segments and parts of the value chain, bringing us together to drive long-term sustainable solutions. We must all work together with these communities to solve the challenges our industry faces."
José Neves
José Neves

Founder, Chairman & CEO of FARFETCH

The Fashion Pact has the great potential to set sustainability as a priority for our whole sector. It is essential for all our brands to come together and collaborate on initiatives and projects that establish a shared framework. This will enable us to implement innovative solutions that effectively reduce our environmental impact and create positive outcomes for water, biodiversity and climate.”
Óscar García Maceiras
Óscar García Maceiras

CEO of Inditex

It is time for our industry to strive for systemic change. Through collective action, we have the opportunity to achieve our ambitions for a sustainable future.”
Anders Holch Povlsen
Anders Holch Povlsen


The Fashion Pact team

Eva von Alvensleben
Eva von Alvensleben
Executive Director and Secretary General
Olivia Bertaux Lazare
Olivia Bertaux Lazare
Head of Communications and Engagement
Riddhima Cannappane
Riddhima Cannappane
Chief of Staff
Marianella Cervi
Marianella Cervi
Head of Programme
Natalie Della Valle
Natalie Della Valle
Biodiversity Project Manager
Leire Elhazaz Aguado
Leire Elhazaz Aguado
Climate Project Manager
Sara Eriksson
Sara Eriksson
Decarbonisation Project Manager
Nolwenn Foray
Nolwenn Foray
Oceans Project Manager
Laureen Gazio
Laureen Gazio
Engagement & Reporting Manager
Julia-India Gulatee
Julia-India Gulatee
Industry Transformation Manager
Grégory Louard
Grégory Louard
Operations Manager
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