Nordstrom Joins G7 Fashion Pact To Address Global Climate Crisis

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Nordstrom has announced its commitment to the G7 Fashion Pact, a coalition of 32 global luxury retailers convened by French President Emmanuel Macron at the annual G7 Summit in Biarritz, France.  The  G7 initiative is about reducing global warming, preserving precious resources (plants and animals)  and reducing the amount of single use plastics that are dumped into the Oceans.  Luxury brands from Armani to Zegna are joining together to bring about positive change.

Reformation Sustainable Style

Reformation is one of the responsibly manufactured brands featured on Nordstrom Sustainable Style.

As a Nordstrom shopper, I am pleased to see Nordstrom joining this initiative to bring positive change to the fashion industry. Part of helping to preserve our planet’s resources is allowing consumers to make conscious choices about the goods they buy.   To better inform shoppers about eco-conscious goods , Nordstrom is a new shopping category called Sustainable Style. The products in this category at Nordstrom are made from sustainably sourced materials, manufactured in factories that meet higher social or environmental standards or that give back. Nordstrom is the first U.S.-based multi-line fashion retailer to offer products in this way, and the category features more than 2,000 items from 90 brands.   The Sustainable Style section of  features fashion and accessories that are sustainably sourced and responsibility manufactured.  Brand featured on the Nordstrom Sustainable Style page include Reformation and Patagonia.





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