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- Gathering and mobilising the entire Zadig&Voltaire community and its teams, customers and partners around the VoltAIRe project,
- Participating in collective initiatives in order to accelerate the shift towards more sustainable fashion.
Our first responsibility and priority is to offer long-lasting products that can be passed on and have several lives.
We also support our customers through the information we provide to help them keep their products in optimal condition and through the services we offer for this purpose. Our various commitments, which will be gradually reflected in the collections offering more and more certified and traced products, will also enable our customers to commit to this transformation and share our vision of luxury.
In addition to the VoltAIRe program, which structures our overall approach to sustainable development and our ambitions and targets for 2025, Zadig&Voltaire is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, thus committing to respect and promote its 10 principles in the areas of human rights, labour rights, environmental protections and combating corruption.
Zadig&Voltaire has also joined The Fashion Pact which gathers more than 70 leading global companies from the fashion and textile industries whose CEOs are committing to significant, quantifiable objectives in three areas: stopping global warming, restoring biodiversity and protecting the oceans. Launched by French President, Emmanuel Macron, the Fashion Pact was presented to Heads of State at the G7 Summit in Biarritz. Uniquely, the Fashion Pact is CEO-led, action-oriented, and focuses on building upon and going beyond existing efforts. Today, the pact has over 70 members, together representing over 1/3 of the fashion industry, each eager to leverage collective action to scale and achieve impact.
We are also members of initiatives aimed at developing sustainable production methods such as the Good Cashmere Standard, which supports sustainable cashmere production, and the Leather Working Group, which promotes environmentally friendly practices in the leather supply chain.