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1.1 Raw materials

1. In your choice of raw materials do you take into account origin and traceability to limit the impact on the environment (biodiversity) and on human rights? If so, how.

2. What level of traceability have you implemented in the supply chain? (Specify how many chains).

3. Do you reduce the consumption of water and energy resources when using raw materials? If yes, how?

4. Do you reduce your consumption of products? If yes, how?

5. How do you optimize unused virgin materials (scraps...)?

6. Do you maximize the use of natural raw materials? If so, how?

7. Do you use certified raw materials? If so, which ones?
- French or European organic labels?
- Cotton: GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), Better Cotton Initiative
- Leather: Leather Working group
- Oekotex
- Others, specify...

8. Have you set up specific management of polyesters? Which one?

9. Have you set up specific management of cotton? Which one?

10. Have you set up specific management of wools? Which one?

11. Do you have specific viscosity management in place? Which one?

12. Do you have a specific management system in place for farmed hides? Which one?

13. Have you set up a specific management system for exotic leathers? Which one?

14. Have you set up specific management of silks? Which one?

15. Do you have a specific feather management system in place? What is it?

16. Have you set up specific management of down? What is it?

17. What measures have you put in place to take into account animal welfare?

18. Have you stopped animal farming for ethical reasons?

19. Do you plan to stop animal exploitation for products by 2024?

20. Do you do environmental accounting for raw materials?

1.2 - Supply chains

1. Does your company evaluate its suppliers on their social practices during the

2. How does your company evaluate its suppliers?
- No specific process is in place.
- Legislative Compliance Audit
- Verification of adherence to charters (Global compact in particular)
- A score of an internal questionnaire
- Obtaining a particular label (site visits by internal auditors)
- Site visits by independent auditors
- Ecovadis, Sedex?

3. You ensure the good environmental management of your suppliers, in particular on the issues of water pollution, energy consumption, treatment of hazardous waste (solid or liquid, from dyes...), and the valorization of biodiversity. If yes, please specify. For example:
- Yes, through the verification of a management system such as ISO 14001.
- Yes, by ensuring that our suppliers comply with the REACH regulation.
- Yes, by testing the presence or absence of certain substances.
- Yes, by asking our suppliers not to use substances that are not in compliance with REACH.
permitted by regulation. Which ones?

4. Have you set improvement targets for your suppliers? If so, how? Which ones?

5. Have you set up actions to enhance and promote the know-how of your suppliers?
traditional/historical in the countries of your subcontractors in connection with the processing of your products. If so, how?

6. What actions have you put in place to go beyond a vital income * in the countries of your subcontractors? Which ones?

7. Have you set up a "fair trade" channel?
- yes, our buyers must respect a guaranteed minimum price paid to the
producers, which provides them with financial stability.
- yes, our company pays a local development premium to the
farmers who supply us with raw materials

8. How do you ensure that these commitments are met?

9. Do you have a procedure in place for dealing with corruption attempts?

10. How do you comply with the OECD Guidelines on Bribery?
business and United Nations human rights?
- Carrying out risk mapping
- implementation of procedures for the regular assessment of the situation of subsidiaries with which an established commercial relationship is maintained, with regard to risk mapping
- setting up procedures for regularly assessing the situation of subcontractors with whom an established commercial relationship is maintained, with regard to risk mapping
- implementation of procedures for the regular assessment of the situation of suppliers with whom an established commercial relationship is maintained, with regard to risk mapping
- implementation of appropriate actions to mitigate risks or prevent serious harm Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
3 - Responsible consumption

3.1 - Communication & Consumer Information

1. Do you have a policy of transparency for your consumers?
If so, how (examples: on the label, on a dedicated website, etc.)?

2. Are you committed to improving the accuracy of labels (traceability, product maintenance, etc.)? If so, how?

3. Do you accompany the consumer in changing his purchasing practices? If so, how?

4. Have you put in place a policy that does not encourage over-consumption?
- Yes, we have trained our marketing teams in responsible practices.
- yes, we have developed a marketing communication strategy based on product quality and repairability.
- yes, we have developed a customer loyalty strategy based on trust, in particular through a reactive after-sales service.
- yes, we have chosen not to take part in operations such as blackfriday.
- Yes, we have reduced the number of our collections
- yes, we have rethought our collections based on the movements
minimalist type 333 (33 pieces for one season)

5. Do you encourage consumers to change their consumption patterns in order to
promote the maintenance and life span of products? If so, how?

6. Have you set up a committed communication strategy through the
fashion influencers (models, designers...). If so, how?

7. Do you integrate event ecodesign on events such as fashion week?
- yes, our fashions week are entirely eco-designed.
- yes, our fashions week are 30, 50, 99% eco-designed.
How do you figure?
- yes, our fashions week meet specifications inspired by ODDs

8. Do you promote a more sustainable fashion? a fashion that is an actor of positive transition and action against climate change? If so, how?
- we eco-design our events
- we eco-design our events and we communicate on our progress
- we form partnerships with committed associations
- we honor the creators responsible
- other: ...

9. Do you have an environmental accounting of the impact of the campaigns and the incentive for reasoned use?

3.2 - Maintenance and end of life of products

1. What tools have you developed to avoid overproduction (e.g. customer information optimization)?

2. Have you set up an alternative mode of consumption?
If so, which one?
- Rental service
- Increasing the lifespan of collections

3. Do you repair or recover products from used customers? If so, how?

4. Do you reuse recovered materials?
If so, how?
- yes, creation and design of new recycled products
- yes, return of materials to different channels (use of textiles for mattress foams for example)
- yes, in anticipation of the new law on waste, we donate all recovered products to partner associations
- yes, second-hand sale of recovered products (for the benefit of poorer populations for example)
- Others, please specify...

5. Beyond the regulatory framework, have you taken any action regarding unsold goods?
If so, what are they?

6. Do you make users aware of the methods for choosing, maintaining and recycling products, particularly to fight against unsold products?
If yes, which one(s)?
Is this sensitization specific to each material? yes / no Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)