Dear All,

We believe that the future success of our business is dependent on bringing sustainable practices into all elements of our operations. Our mission is to be one of the leading sustainable designer lifestyle brands through how we create our product, manage our operations and connect with our community and our stakeholders.

As part of the Corporate Responsibility program of our parent company PVH Corp., we have established three principles and 10 commitments that, together across the entire organization, we are working to achieve by 2020. This program embraces the core values and spirit of the Tommy Hilfiger brand: it is inclusive, focused on quality and inspires us to make our sustainability ambitions an integral part of our business, every single day.


Daniel Grieder
CEO, Tommy Hilfiger and PVH Europe


The discussion in this section focuses on our own direct operations and those of our parent company, PVH Corp. While we do impose significant standards on our business partners, such as the PVH Corp. Shared Commitment code of conduct, the initiatives we talk about are our own and, generally, we do not address what our licensees, franchisees and other partners may be doing in regard to their operations.



•  We aim to source 100% of our products at facilities that uphold workers’ rights
    by measuring and facilitating social improvements at factories.


•  Our parent company, PVH, first adopted its "A Shared Commitment" code of
    conduct in 1991, committing itself to improving  working conditions and workers'
    rights in advance of the rest of the industry. PVH is a founding member of both
    the Fair Labor Association and the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in

•  In 2015, the PVH Human Rights program was further enhanced to deepen our
    impact in the communities in which we operate. In particular, we have:

     - Expanded our capacity-building program to help empower suppliers and
       improve the lives of the garment workers in our supply chain.

     - Begun to act as the "lead brand" for the Accord on Fire and Building Safety
       in all PVH factories, visiting all of our Bangladeshi suppliers with our local
       assessors to encourage and monitor progress. Please have a look at the PVH
       CR Report
for more information on our human rights and corporate CR
       program over 2015.

•  Click for more information on our Code of Conduct, A Shared Commitment.



•  Be a leading workplace that supports individuals’ development and growth, and
    embraces diversity, entrepreneurship and collaboration to achieve excellence.


•  In 2015, we rolled out PVH University on Demand worldwide. This digital
    tool enables associates to learn anytime, anywhere and on any device.

•  PVH has established an executive-sponsored inclusion and diversity council in
    the US and has formed a women’s business resource group to foster women’s

•  In 2014, PVH created the Global Leadership Program (GLP) in partnership
    with The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. The GLP is a
    structured executive development program designed to further foster strong
    corporate leadership with a focus on team building, collaboration, innovation,
    and execution.



•  Through our TommyCares program – which forms part of the broader PVH
    Cares commitment to promote the interests of women and children – we aim
    to build healthier communities by supporting and developing partnerships
    with non-profit organizations.


•  Since 1995, TommyCares has been developing and supporting philanthropic
    partnerships worldwide, allowing us to make a positive impact in the
    communities we live and work in on a global scale.

•  Our TommyCares corporate volunteer program gives our associates in
    North America and Europe an opportunity to actively give back in the
    communities where we operate. In 2014, our Tommy Hilfiger associates
    actively gave back through 3,200 community service hours.

•  In 2015,TommyCares in Amsterdam – in joint venture with our company
    restaurant People’s Place – partnered with local NGO BuurtBuik to make
    food donations to its neighborhood center in the south of Amsterdam.

•  Another highlight in 2015 was the Read for the Record event in New York,
    where TommyCares North America hosted 90 children from the Hudson's
    Guild neighborhood center to support high-quality learning and share the
    love of reading.

    For more on TommyCares see below.