Make it Possible: Tommy Hilfiger's new environmental and social sustainability programme centred around circularity and inclusivity

03 September 2020 by Harco Leertouwer
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On 2nd September, Tommy Hilfiger announced Make it Possible, their new environmental and social sustainability programme centred around circularity and inclusivity. Through Make it Possible, Tommy Hilfiger have committed to 24 ambitious 2030 targets, outlined across four key pillars. This programme marks the latest milestone in their sustainability journey and reinforces their commitment to creating fashion that ‘Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All.’

Click here to visit Tommy Hilfiger’s interactive website for more information on the programme, detailed targets and to hear from the people who are helping to make their vision possible.

A note from Tommy:

“I opened my first store, People’s Place, in 1969 in my hometown of Elmira, New York, for people of all backgrounds to come together and share exciting pop culture experiences. As our brand has evolved over the years, driven by this inclusive spirit, so has our commitment to environmental and social sustainability. Today, our world faces some of the biggest challenges yet, from natural resource scarcity to inequality and prejudice. We’ve made progress, but there is more to do. We know that one fashion brand can’t change it all, but we can change the way we work and the clothes our fans wear. With Make it Possible, we will further our commitment and efforts on sustainability. We are determined to pursue our vision to create fashion that wastes nothing and welcomes all.”

Want to know more? Check out Tommy Hilfiger’s pressroom for more information on this announcement.

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