It's our moral obligation to understand the impact GANNI has on the environment and work towards minimising harm with real time solutions. The time to act is now.
We are committed to circularity and introducing responsible materials and production processes at the design stage without compromising our unique GANNI DNA.
Our business relies on people - and how we treat them matters. We're Copenhagen based, but with a global perspective and 89% of our team are women. We want to use our unique positioning and platform to influence and address issues around gender equality, diversity and inclusivity.
We commit to using our financial prosperity to invest in a more responsible fashion industry, and see our responsibility efforts as key to achieving strong value creation for all stakeholders.
As a fashion brand we’re the first to admit we’re behind. In the past we haven’t shouted about our efforts to be more responsible, because we’ve been scared of being called out for greenwashing. Fashion is problematic and driven by newness and opaque supply chains. We want to help out those
problems and challenges. Some are systemic industry issues we all need to tackle together, while others are the elephant in the room in the industry that we need to stop being embarrassed about and address.
Here’s a list of things we need to do better.
2020 was a challenging year on many fronts, but our sustainability agenda remained strong
We’re excited to share the progress we've made across our 44 Gameplan Goals to reach by 2023
READ OUR REPORT