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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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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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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*

*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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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

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Tommy Hilfiger aims to identify and support entrepreneurs who aim to create a more inclusive fashion landscape. The inclusive impact can be made in different ways: from including different consumer groups and making products more accessible, to fostering inclusion and improving lives in the value chain. We are supporting those who drive change by partnering and collaborating with people who saw something that they wanted to stand up for and have a true impact on.


Tommy Hilfiger continues to believe in the importance of mentoring and supporting talented individuals who have the drive to turn bold ideas into reality. The future success of our industry depends on proactively discovering and nurturing innovative projects that can create real social change. The global Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge aims to support entrepreneurial start-up and scale-up stage businesses developing solutions that promote inclusive and positive change in fashion.

“Through the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge we continue to mentor and support social entrepreneurs who are putting their heart and soul into addressing issues they strongly believe in. This celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit and determined optimism at the heart of our brand DNA.”- Tommy Hilfiger

The second year of the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge launched on March 21, 2019. Interested businesses were invited to submit project proposals that focus on inclusive fashion. Over a multi-stage four month process, applicants were narrowed down to six finalists who will pitch their finalized concept at the global Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge final event in February 2020, where a prestigious jury panel will award €150,000 among two winners to support their ventures.

The winners will also receive a year-long mentorship with Tommy Hilfiger’s experts globally as well as INSEAD experts, in addition to a place on the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program (ISEP). An additional €10,000 will be awarded to the finalist who wins the “Audience Favorite Vote”.

The finalists include:

Bangladesh-based scale-up, Apon Wellbeing, opens fair-priced shops carrying daily necessities inside factories, with products offered at a 10% discount to external prices and a points scheme that workers collect for free health-insurance and health services.

American scale-up, Stony Creek Colors, offers natural indigo sustainable crops to small and mid-size tobacco farmers who are at risk of losing their income due to falling tobacco sales. The cash crop provided by Stony Creek Colors enables the farmers to retain their livelihood.

Dutch start-up, A Beautiful Mess, runs a creative space to assist refugees in realizing social and economic independence by creating sustainable apparel products.

U.S.-based start-up company Lab141 creates small batches of made-to-fit clothing using 3D printing. Through these methods, Lab141 is promoting and bringing to life the concept of “sizeless” fashion.

Indian scale-up pajama company Sudara develops professional and sewing skills in women who have escaped from or are at high risk of being sex trafficked.

Hailing from France, scale-up company Constant & Zoe creates functional and fashionable clothing for men, women and children with disabilities.


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Principal Designer

Noor Tagouri

Journalist, Activist and Speaker

Daniel Grieder

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CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe

Martijn Hagman

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CFO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and COO, Tommy Hilfiger Global & PVH Europe

Willemijn Verloop

Founding Partner, Social Impact Venture

Steven Serneels

CEO and Board Member, EVPA

Katrin Ley

Managing Director, Fashion for Good


April 2018 - The program kicked off with a global a call to action in search of start-up and scale-up social entrepreneurs.

June 2018 - Over 700 applications were received and 200 made it to the next round.

July 2018 - Tommy Hilfiger associates collaborated with 15 INSEAD experts and alumni from around the world during a three-day boot camp in Amsterdam to narrow down the selection to six finalists.

September 2018 - Six finalists took part in a dedicated Design Sprint in Amsterdam with Tommy Hilfiger innovation partners and internal experts.

January 2019 - The program reached its grand finale at our Campus of the Future in Amsterdam, with six finalists pitching their projects that create a positive and inclusive social impact across the fashion value chain.


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The Selina Wamucii business-to-business platform connects small-hold farmers to distributors via a single mobile platform, improving agricultural practices by increasing productivity and efficiency.

Awarded: €60,000

Won the “Audience Favorite Vote” and was awarded an additional Award: €10,000.


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Innovation Strategist

doctHERs is a digital health platform in Pakistan that matches the underutilized capacity of female doctors (who otherwise would be excluded from the workforce) to the unmet needs of factory workers via nurse-assisted technology.

Awarded: €80,000


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Founder and CEO

Based on a new size chart that takes the diversity of body proportions into account, the Auf Augenhoehe fashion label designs and develops styles for people affected by dwarfism.

Awarded: €60,000





All finalists will participate in a five-day Design Sprint with professional facilitators and Tommy Hilfiger experts to further develop their business/project plans in preparation for their Final Event pitch. They will pitch their finalized concept at the global Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge final event in early 2020, where a prestigious jury panel will award €150,000 among two winners to support their ventures. The winners will also receive a year-long mentorship with Tommy Hilfiger’s experts globally as well as INSEAD experts, in addition to a place on the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program (ISEP). An additional €10,000 will be awarded to the finalist who wins the “Audience Favorite Vote”.


March 21, 2019 – May 12, 2019: Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge registration open.

May/June 2019: Applications will be reviewed. Applicants who make it to the second round will be required to provide additional information regarding their enterprise, including a one-minute pitch video.

October 2019: The six finalists will be invited to develop their project plans with the support of a team of dedicated Tommy Hilfiger subject-matter experts at the Campus of the Future in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

February 2020: Final Event where the six finalists will pitch their project plan to a Jury Panel.

In case of questions, please contact us via e-mail: challenge@tommy.com


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In 2013, all our philanthropic activities around the world aligned under the global banner of TommyCares, as part of the PVH Cares charitable program. Tommy Hilfiger is actively involved in supporting causes around the world. Listed below are a few of our key partnerships, initiatives and charitable activities:


Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children. Its more than 14,000 employees work in 120 countries to save children’s lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfill their potential. The organization works to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and strives to achieve lasting change in their lives.

PVH has long supported the work of Save the Children and signed a five-year global partnership with the organization in 2014. Tommy Hilfiger works with Save the Children in Delhi, India to fight child labor in the garment industry, in addition to developing the quality of child protective services and supporting the admission of children in school systems. To date, over 1,000 children have enrolled in vocational training courses, schools, or learning centers we support. The program has also trained nearly 1,000 police officials on awareness of child labor in the garment industry, and over 3,000 people have received free medical check-ups within this program. In 2016, Save the Children and partner NGO, EFRAH reached out to 151 additional children through bridge course education, totaling 1.344 children.

For more information on Save the Children, please visit www.savethechildren.net.


The World Wide Fund (WWF) works to conserve representative species and the most critical ecosystems. It focuses on helping to reduce the impact of human activities by transforming the most significant market forces, institutions, policies, and conservation practices. WWF was the first environmental group invited by the Chinese government to work within the country, and WWF has a bold conservation vision to protect one of the world’s most important rivers; Yangtze. TommyCares supports WWF in protecting the Yangtze river in China through various projects that include expanding protected areas for endangered species, safeguarding the health of freshwater ecosystems, and engaging local stakeholders on managing and utilizing natural resources in a sustainable manner.

For more information on WWF, please visit www.worldwildlife.org.


War Child was founded in 1993 by filmmakers David Wilson and Bill Leeson. On assignment in the former-Yugoslavia during the Bosnian war, they were horrified by the violence and ethnic cleansing they witnessed, and its impact on children. Upon returning to the U.K. they were equally shocked to see the apathy and inaction of political leaders regarding the massacres on their European doorstep. War Child was born. Instead of relying on politicians, they looked to music and high-profile pop stars to help publicize the plight of children caught up in war. Their first War Child aid convoy delivered needed supplies to the besieged people of Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and set-up a mobile bakery that produced tens of thousands of bread loaves per day.

War Child’s projects have expanded to reach conflict zones across the world, wherever children are caught up in wars – whether they’ve lost their homes, families, schools, or been forced to take part in atrocities.

Since 2013, TommyCares supports War Child in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where children are extremely vulnerable and suffer from trauma due to armed conflicts. The supported project provides psychological support and improved access to quality education to 6.282 children and 109 adults from Kalehe community in the South Kiva region.

For more information on War Child, please visit: www.warchild.org.uk.


Autism Speaks is one of the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to researching causes, prevention, treatments and finding a cure for autism. It also raises public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families and society. Since 2010, the Tommy Hilfiger brand has supported World Autism Awareness Day with special programs in key stores across the country, including the annual “Light It Up Blue” fundraising campaign at its flagships on Fifth Avenue in New York City and Robertson Boulevard in L.A. The company sponsors additional events in North America through Autism Speaks each year. Additionally, Mr. Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee are both personally involved with the organization, and in 2012 they were appointed to the Autism Speaks Board of Directors.

For more information on Autism Speaks, please visit www.autismspeaks.org.


Tommy Hilfiger and TommyCares also support the following organizations:

Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Dress for Success

Emma Children's Hospital in Amsterdam

Free Arts NYC

Fresh Air Fund

Juvenile Diabetes Foundation

Race to Erase MS


“A Shared Commitment” is PVH’s code of conduct for all of our business partners, including suppliers, contractors, vendors, licensees and agents. This code is of utmost importance to us and embodies our commitment to the workers who manufacture our products and their communities. Adherence to the human and labor rights standards in this code by those who seek to do business with us, and by their business partners in our supply chain, is a prerequisite for establishing or continuing a relationship with our company.

We actively seek business associations with those who share our values. Indeed, we cannot do business with any organization or individual that fails to adhere to these ideals in their operations or cause their business partners in our supply chain to do the same. We believe that by working together to see these standards enforced, our company and business partners can help achieve a genuine improvement in the lives of working people around the world and the communities in which they live.

This mission has been a guiding principle of PVH for more than 130 years and it will guide us in the future and take precedence over any economic or business interests.

Emanuel Chirico,

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer PVH Corp.

Michael A. Shaffer,

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating & Financial Officer, PVH Corp.

To read our full code of conduct, please click here.