British Luxury Sustainability Manifesto

The Signatories

Earlier this year, Walpole launched the British Luxury Sustainability Manifesto – a commitment to helping the British luxury sector become the global leader in sustainability with a focus on four key pillars.
11th Feb 2020
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British Luxury Sustainability Manifesto The Signatories
Lead the transition towards a circular economy

Tackling plastic packaging and circularity initiatives to extend product life and waste reduction.

Safeguard the environment and natural resources

Safeguarding the environment, addressing carbon emissions, renewable energy usage, water consumptions and discharge of chemicals

Guide partners and suppliers towards sustainable practices

Supply chain collaboration to focus on responsible sourcing and supply chain traceability.

Advocate equal and respectful working conditions

Compliance with human rights and labour laws, diversity and gender pay gap

Please click here to read the Walpole 2020 Manifesto
Please click here to download the Manifesto, supporting presentation, press release and images from the launch.


The British Luxury Sustainability Manifesto Signatories

These are the Walpole member brands that have pledged their support to make British luxury a global leader in sustainability.

Founding Signatories Harrods; Burberry; dunhill; Johnstons of Elgin; Mulberry; The SAVOY

Signatories Aiveen Daly; Anna Mason London; Asprey; Backes & Strauss; Boodles; Cadogan Estate; Carrier; Chapel Down; Chivas Brothers; Church’s; Cookson Adventures; De Le Cuona; Dugdale Bros & Co.; Elegantes; Freight Brokers; Fortnum & Mason; G . F Smith; Halfpenny London; Henry Poole; House of Hackney; International Direct Packaging; James Cropper; JING Tea; Jessica McCormack; Lisa Redman; Lock & Co.; Manolo Blahnik; Miller Harris; Molton Brown; Noble Isle; Oliver Burns; Ormonde Jayne; Pureprint; Rachel Vosper; Rapport London; Richard Brendon; Savoir; Stephen Einhorn; Turnbull & Asser; Trunk Clothiers; Victor; Vivien Sheriff; Votary; Winch Design

If you would like to pledge your support to Walpole's British Luxury Manifesto, please contact Charlotte Keesing and Jenni Rayner here. Please note, we are currently only able to list Walpole members as signatories.

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