Swarovski Teams with Study Hall and UN on Conscious Design Program –

October 8, 2019 FR EcoVadis FR

The need for the fashion supply chain to work together toward a more sustainable future is more evident than ever, and a new global initiative has set out to tackle just that. Crystal trims manufacturer Swarovski and Study Hall, the non-profit that fosters partnerships and education around sustainability literacy in fashion, announced Monday at the UN General Assembly in New York City a new venture aimed at promoting sustainable innovation across the various stakeholders in apparel production.

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