OTB Group OTB Group joins Fashion Agreement

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OTB Group Joins Fashion Pact
A further step towards our sustainable strategy “Be Responsible. Be Brave”
With Diesel’s entry in 2020, OTB further strengthens its presence in the Fashion Pact and strengthens its commitment to achieving its sustainability strategy of ‘Be Responsible. Be Brave’ To do. Breganze, 7 November 2022: Diesel, Jil Sander, Maison Margiela, Marni, Viktor & Rolf Brands, and OTB, the international luxury fashion group with Staff International and Brave Kid, announce their accession to the Fashion Pact and confirmed that the Group as a whole is committed to the responsibility and efficiency targets set by the alliance of leading fashion and luxury companies. Two years after Diesel’s entry, all other Group brands and companies have joined the fashion pact, making a significant contribution to the sustainable development of the entire fashion industry.
OTB’s accession to this agreement is a further step in the
sustainability strategy “Be Responsible. Be Brave” that started in 2021, and the efforts of each group company are linked in a virtuous cycle. We are building the foundation for
François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and CEO of Kering and co-chair of the Fashion Pact Steering Committee, commented: “On behalf of the Fashion Pact, I would like to welcome the OTB Group and its Founder and Chairman, Mr. Renzo Rosso. Together, we look forward to finding solutions to common challenges in sustainability and driving systemic change in the fashion industry.”
Renzo Rosso, Founder and Chairman of OTB Group, commented: “The fashion industry can only enter a virtuous circle and reduce its impact on the planet if we all work together towards a common goal. We are delighted to reconnect with the Fashion Pact by sharing
experiences and information from other brands in the Group.Together we can make a difference across the industry and help people around the world We can have a positive impact on millions of people.”
The Fashion Pact was created in 2019 by French President Emmanuel Macron, who asked François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and CEO of Kering, to bring together major companies to reduce the environmental impact of the fashion and textile industries. it was done. The global collective now has more than 70 members to share best practices and find new solutions for three common goals: mitigating global warming, restoring biodiversity and protecting the oceans. , working together. Members of the Fashion Pact are undertaking a number of industry benchmark-setting efforts to drive progress towards common goals in areas such as renewable energy, renewable organic materials and biodiversity. increase. Diesel is already active in a working group addressing the challenge of increasing the renewable organic cotton supply chain across the fashion industry, and OTB’s entry will bring other brands in the group involved in various areas. will be OTB group
The OTB Group is an international fashion group with iconic and unconventional brands Diesel, Maison Margiela, Marni, Jil Sander and Victor & Rolf. It also owns Staff International and Brave Kid, and has a small stake in the Amiri brand in the United States. OTB stands for “Only The Brave” and believes in the possibility of transcending the borders of fashion and style. It expresses courage to the fullest extent. A robust consumer-centric digital approach and a long-term commitment to creating sustainable businesses are pillars of the Group’s development strategy with more than 6,000 employees worldwide.

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