In November 2020, we marked the launch of the 2020 Circularity Fashion System Commitment Final Report and kicked off the new Circular Fashion Partnership in Bangladesh.
This year marked the closing of our 2020 Circular Fashion System Commitment, a three-year commitment launched during Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2017, as a call on the fashion industry to take action on circularity by signing a commitment as a concrete way to turn words into action. 86 signatories, representing 12.5% of the global fashion market set targets against a four-action point framework over the course of the commitment. The Final Report, reveals the progress made, key learnings and major barriers the industry currently faces.
During the launch event, we also kicked off our new Circular Fashion Partnership, a cross-sectorial project lead by Global Fashion Agenda made possible by P4G with project partner Reverse Resources, BGMEA, textile and garment manufacturers, recyclers and major fashion brands operating in Bangladesh. The mission of the partnership is to support the development of the recycling industry in Bangladesh by capturing and directing post-production fashion waste back into the production of new fashion products.
For more information about the Circular Fashion Project contact Project Manager Sandra Gonza: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Re-watch the circular fashion event here.