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At Paris Good Fashion, our mission is to accelerate the industry's transition to a more sustainable fashion. Our goal is to create systemic change to make Paris the capital of more responsible fashion by 2024, the year of the Olympic Games.

To achieve this goal, we have equipped ourselves with three reference tools (a self-diagnosis questionnaire, a barometer, a glossary). Why are we doing this? Because not everyone goes at the same speed. Whether you are a large group, a young designer, a ready-to-wear brand, a store, an event organizer or others, everyone has to adapt their pace of change. Nevertheless, it is important to commit oneself to be able to evaluate and therefore measure progress.

The self-diagnosis was designed by the Sidièse agency after consulting key members of the association and analyzing existing tools. It is intended for any structure or any actor who wishes to embark on the path of transition by asking themselves the right questions. This self-diagnosis consists of 80 questions from eco-design to consumer relations. This reference system should enable everyone to qualify their progress and to look for the right solutions. Available here.

The glossary (2021) that will align everyone on a common language concerning sustainability, fashion industry, labels, material, etc.

The barometer (2022) that will measure the progress of the members of Paris Good Fashion, both quantitatively and qualitatively, has been developed by Deloitte. Based on the self-diagnosis framework, it will be communicated annually to the general public. Each member of Paris Good Fashion is committed to respond and improve its performance year after year. The results of each member will remain confidential, only the consolidated results will be communicated.
• Where to find the answers to your questions? Each actor has its own specificities, depending on whether it is a ready-to-wear brand, a brand of accessories, a young designer, an SME, an ETI, a distributor, an event actor? So there is no ready-made recipe. It would be too simple. To help you, we would like to encourage you to join us to share best practices and exchange with all those who are already implementing them.

• Paris Good Fashion's ressources : handbooks, webinars and others contents on our social media.

• Our members' ressources : Thanks to our members, there are also already a number of tools available to feed your thoughts, such as, in free access:

Guide d'éco-conception 🇫🇷 by the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin, the Fédération Française des Industries du Vêtement Masculin and the Fédération de la Maille, de la Lingerie et du Balnéaire
Ethiwork's library 🇫🇷 🇺🇸 dedicated to sustainable fashion publications
Primary Microplastics in the Oceans by the UICN, landscape, and solutions against microplastic
Mode responsable : le guide pour agir 🇫🇷 produced by Deloitte for the Alliance du Commerce
Green Ressources 🇫🇷 by the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin
Guide sur les approvisionnements responsables 🇫🇷 by the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin
Refashion's ressources 🇺🇸French eco-organization dedicated to fashion industry
Le Revers de mon look 🇫🇷 by the ADEME (French Agency of the Environment and the Control of Energy) and Fashion Revolution
Ademe's ressources 🇺🇸
Public opinion on sustainable fashion 🇺🇸 by the Institut Français de la Mode and Première Vision
EP&L's methodology 🇺🇸 Open source methodology of the Environmental Profit and Loss developed by Kering
Achieving Supply Chain Transparency 🇺🇸 by Traid Craft
Kering Standards 🇺🇸 Environmental and social standards for raw materials and manufacturing processes of Kering
• Galeries Lafayette has also implemented a charter with the Go For Good 🇫🇷 operation, which lists a number of highlights to distinguish the brands involved
Guidelines for sustainable festivals 🇫🇷  by the French Culture Minister