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Paris Good Fashion aims to accelerate the sustainable transition of the fashion industry, in order to achieve our main goal: to make Paris the capital of more sustainable fashion by 2024, a time goal that coincides with the next Olympic Games which will take place in our city. 

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 group, a young designer, a ready-to-wear brand, a retailer, an event producer 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 that 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? When it comes to sustainability, each actor has its own specificities, depending on its sector, size, maturity level, etc. If you aim to accelerate sustainable transition, we strongly encourage you to join us to exchange with those already committed in changes and shape collectively the future of fashion.

• Paris Good Fashion's resources: find a lot of useful information on various topics related to sustainable fashion in our handbooks, webinars and social media.

• Our members’ and partners’ resources: find below our selection of best reports, studies and projects related to sustainability.

• 🇫🇷 State of the art of traceability and transparency solutions - Chaire Bali, Belharra Numérique, Paris Good Fashion (2022)
• 🇺🇸 What an Accelerating Secondhand Market Means for Fashion Brands and Retailers - BCG & Vestiaire Collective (2022)
🇺🇸 Sorting for circularity in Europe - Fashion For Good (2022)
• 🇺🇸 Textile Processing Guide : pre-treatment, colouration & finishing - Fashion For Good (2022)
• 🇺🇸 The Textile Tracer Assessment - Textile Exchange & Fashion for Good (2022)
• 🇺🇸 Scaling textile recycling in Europe - McKinsey & Company (2022)
• 🇺🇸 Fashion's waste crisis and how to solve it - Eileen Fisher Foundation x Pentatonic (2022)
• 🇺🇸 Luxury Outlook 2022 : Avancer en pionnier responsable - Comité Colbert & BCG (2022)
• 🇫🇷 Mode durable : Guide de la communication responsable - Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin & Fédération de la Maille, de la Lingerie & du Balnéaire (2022)
• 🇺🇸 The Traceability Playbook - TrusTrace, Fashion Revolution & Fashion for Good (2022)
• 🇺🇸 Measuring the Value of Blockchain Traceability in Supporting LCA for Textile Products - IFM (2022)
• 🇫🇷 Cahier de la mode durable n°2 : la traçabilité - Alliance du Commerce et Deloitte (2022)
• 🇺🇸 The State of Fashion: Technology - The Business of Fashion, McKinsey & Company (2022)
• 🇺🇸 Assessment of Carbon Footprint for the Textile Sector in France - Jérôme Payet, CYCLECO (2021)
• 🇺🇸 A Delphi-Régnier Study Addressing the Challenges of Textile Recycling in Europe for the Fashion and Apparel Industry - IFM (2021)
• 🇺🇸 Breaking the mold – Do we need to develop new types contributors to the fashion world? - Louise Laroque, IFM (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Le guide d'éco-conception - Fédération du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin, Fédération Française des Industries du Vêtement Masculin et Fédération de la Maille, de la Lingerie et du Balnéaire (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Cahier de la mode durable n°1 : produire agile pour mieux se transformer - Alliance du Commerce et Deloitte (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Etude juridique sur les enjeux de la vente de vêtements de seconde main - Alliance du Commerce (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Comprendre la taxonomie européenne et ses enjeux - ORSE, KPMG, DG Trésor (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Représentations des modes de vie et transition écologique : poser les bases d'une communication responsable -  Entreprises pour l'Environnement (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Charte de développement durable pour les festivals - Ministère de la Culture (2021)
• 🇫🇷 Microplastiques primaires dans les océans - Etat des lieux et pistes pour agir - UICN (2020)
• 🇺🇸 Achieving Supply Chain Transparency" - Traidcraft (2020)
• 🇫🇷 Mode responsable : le guide pour agir - Alliance du Commerce et Deloitte (2019)
• 🇫🇷 Approvisionnements responsables pour des marques désirables - Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin (2019)
• 🇫🇷 Le revers de mon look - Ademe (2019)
• 🇫🇷 Fashion markets in Europe and the United States: towards sustainable consumption? - IFM, Première Vision (2019)
• 🇫🇷 Imaginer et construire une France neutre en carbone - Entreprises pour l'Environnement (2019)

Other resources:

Close the Loop : a tool to guide you towards circular fashion by Vlaanderen Circulair & Flanders DC
Ressources Green: directory of sustainable solutions and actors by the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin
Ethiwork’s librairy: selection of fashion, luxury and tech contents by Ethiwork
Fashion Ecosystem Directory: resources and contacts to support the development of fashion actors by the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-Porter Féminin
Eco-design: platform dedicated to fashion eco-design by the french eco-organism Refashion
Environnemental Profit & Loss’ methodology: Kering’s open-source tool for measuring and quantifying the environmental impact of activities.
Kering Standards: For raw materials and manufacturing processes
WeNR: Environmental impact measurement tool of company’s information system by the Institut du Numérique
Kering Standards: For raw materials and manufacturing processes
Label Go for Good: Galeries Lafayettes’s sustainable fashion program