CNMI presents Sustainable Fashion Awards in Milan

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2022-09-30 09:22:16 – Italy

The Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI) presented the CNMI Sustainable Fashion Awards for the sixth straight year on September 25 at Teatro Alla Scala in Milan. The 1,500 guests were present at the event, which was hosted by Spanish actress Rossy de Palma.

The reward was last given out in digital form two years ago. Since then, the CNMI has improved and broadened the standards for encouraging sustainable growth in the fashion sector across all significant domains, including innovation, dedication to craftsmanship, diversity, the circular economy, human rights, and environmental justice.

13 prizes total were granted to those who have made a significant contribution to sustainability in the Italian and global fashion industries: The Oceans Award: Sea beyond by Prada Group; The Climate Action Award: La Soledad x Gucci; The Social Impact Award: ARA Lumiere; The Groundbreaker Award: Grounded Indigo by Albini Next and Stoney Creek Colors; The Human Rights Award: Rubana Huq; The Bicester Collection Award for Emerging Designers: NKWO; The Philantrophy & Society Award: OTB Foundation; The Ellen MacArthur Foundation Award for Circular Economy: Timberloop Trekker by Timberland; The Pioneer Award: Eileen Fisher; The Biodiversity Conservation Award: Oasi Zegna; The Craft & Italian Artisanship Award: Bottega for Bottegas by Bottega Veneta; The Woolmark Company Award for Innovation: Sease; and The Visionary Award: Giorgio Armani.Andrew Morlet, CEO of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, said that Timberland is a corporation that has made significant progress in incorporating the circular economy's guiding principles. In order to ensure that products are shared and utilized more broadly, it is important to focus on take-back and resale while rethinking the global business model. This goes beyond product design, which must strike a balance between durability and recyclability. Timberland actively works to regenerate nature in addition to these initiatives to reduce waste and repurpose products. The business supports reforestation by investing in regenerative agriculture throughout its supply chain to enhance farmers' lives. This is an example of circular design for fashion in action.

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