DHL has been a committed partner to the fashion industry for decades, with both industries used to delivering high performance at speed. Logistics and fashion brands are also united by a motivation to adapt and innovate in order to keep up with changing needs of companies, consumers and most significantly the environment.
SMEs make up half of the businesses in the fashion ecosystem. They play a crucial role in demonstrating what can be done differently, helping to upskill, inspire and enthuse the industry’s key players to demonstrate that British fashion is at the frontline of sustainability-led creativity.
What does the future of sustainable fashion look like? DHL presents the findings from Phase 1 of the Institute of Positive Fashion’s Circular Fashion Ecosystem Project, working in collaboration with the British Fashion Council. Download the whitepaper to discover an actions-oriented blueprint for the future of fashion.
Are you considering the effect your business is having on the world around you? By answering a few simple questions we hope to help you identify ways you can improve your business’ impact on the environment and create positive change for you, your customers and the planet.Take the Health Check
In collaboration with the British Fashion Council and NGO Julie’s Bicycle, DHL has produced an insightful whitepaper which addresses the environmental impacts of the global fashion industry. Download for recommendations on sustainable practices and future-facing solutions.