In the wake of COP 26, all eyes are on sustainability within the fashion industry, and according to the S&P Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment 2021, Moncler has been announced as one of the world’s most sustainable brands.
Whilst it’s difficult to believe that fashion can ever be entirely green, Moncler obtained the highest score out of the textiles, apparel and luxury goods industry. The brand has been committed to sustainable practice for a while, having been reporting on its sustainability targets each year and even presenting a strategic sustainability plan called ‘Moncler Born to Protect’.
Moncler’s CEO, Remo Ruffini, concurs: “If I look ahead to the urgent social and environmental challenges, I realise that we need to gear up. Young generations are disillusioned and keep reminding us that the time of words has now ended and there is only room left for action”.
The index that has given Moncler this accolade ranks the leading sustainability-driven companies based on economic, environmental and social responsibility criteria. It seems the fashion industry needs to take note, and collectively level up their sustainable practice game.