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Training, traceability, environmental impact,…: what will change for the fashion and luxury industry

Training, traceability, environmental impact,…: what will change for the fashion and luxury industry

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According to an official government press release, two amendments to the strategic sector contracts (CSF) were signed on April the 26th in the company of several ministers: one related to the measures contained in the strategic contract for the automobile sector. The other, signed by Roselyne Bachelot and Agnès Pannier-Runacher, accompanied by Guillaume de Seynes, President of the Strategic Committee for the Fashion and Luxury sector, referred to the strategic contract for this same sector.

 

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The document presents thirteen measures to reinforce the industry contract signed in January 2019, due to the challenges raised by the crisis linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. This rider, addressing the axes of support for companies, aid for relocation and traceability linked to the challenge of developing sustainable fashion, concerns the Jewellery, Footwear, Sewing, Leather and Skins, Watchmaking, Leather Goods and Textiles branches.

 

What measures concern the Fashion and Luxury sector?

 

These measures are based on the observations made in the report “Relocation and Sustainable Fashion“, submitted to the government at the beginning of the year.

 

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