MAKE IT POSSIBLE

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With hard work and a positive outlook, anything is possible. These values have driven our business from the start. Tommy Hilfiger started selling jeans out of the trunk of his car and never gave up on his belief that he would create one of the world’s most recognizable labels. His story is proof that if you put in the hard work, you can create opportunity in the face of any change. Today, we face some of the biggest challenges yet - from climate change to inequality and prejudice. But we can change the way we work and the clothes our consumers wear. Our vision is to create fashion that opens minds and closes loops. Find out more below about our long-term sustainability ambitions and the targets we are working on right now that will take us closer to making it possible.

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POSSIBLE BY 2030

A brand that works for every Tommy fan - always inclusive, completely accessible

BY 2020
Grow Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive
Integrate inclusion throughout our consumer touchpoints

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POSSIBLE BY 2030

Equality of opportunity – no barriers to success at Tommy Hilfiger

BY 2020
Source 100% of our products at facilities that uphold workers’ right
Amplify worker voice
Educate and support our associates on inclusion
Provide opportunity to social entrepreneurs


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Fully circular products – all the materials we use to be part of a sustainable loop

BY 2020
Procure 100% of our cotton from more sustainable sources
Integrate circularity in our designs*
Provide more products made with sustainable materials each year
Launch circular business models*

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Operate with sensitivity to planetary boundaries from where we buy to where we sell

BY 2020
Take an active water stewardship role
Produce in facilities where water, energy and chemicals are sustainably managed
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Reduce packaging


*The terms “circular” and “circular economy” are being more widely used and can mean different things to different people and organizations. At Tommy Hilfiger and our parent company PVH Corp, we use the Ellen MacArthur Foundation definition of Circular Economy, focusing on the three principles of Designing out Waste and Pollution, Keeping Products and Materials in Use, and Regenerating Natural Systems.

This section is currently under construction. Check back this Summer for more information.

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