Message from our CEO
The key objective for Grinvald Footwear is the continuous development and innovation of new practices to achieve 0% of waste disposal from our and our stakeholder’s production lines. As of today, we are proud in our 80% decrease of waste materials from our production, and we continuously work to achieve 0 waste from our production by 2025
Dc. Anna Grinvald
News And Updates
GTS Group nominated for Best Environmental Sustainability Programme
2 March 2020
Positive Luxury awards 2020
Grinvald Footwear attended the 2020 Positive Luxury Awards, which was held in the elegant Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel in Bloomsbury on 25 February. The inspiring event recognized companies and individuals working towards affecting positive change in businesses and our world.
Positive Luxury is the company behind the Butterfly Mark initiative, a verification program that awards brands the green seal of approval based on their sustainable credentials. Everything from fair wages to carbon footprint is stringently tested in order for the brands to be awarded the prestigious mark. The range of premium brands – from fashion designers to boutique hotels and modern watchmakers – reflects the diversity of people in the luxury sector who are committed to implementing better sustainable practices from the ground up.
Grinvald`s Footwear first own brand launching in China!
The time has come! Roxan, the first Grinvald Footwear own brand will start direct sales to end customers in April 1st. This is a great step for us, in which we will be leading the on-line market with environmental friendly footwear.
Our collection of Sandals and Sliders will be sold on T-Mall, part of the Alibaba Group, the greatest in China. All of our products will be made of scrap leather and recycled materials, minimizing the wastage on the footwear industry, and avoiding every possible pollution damage to our world.
The Fashion Pact
The 24 new signatories are (in alphabetical order):
AUCHAN RETAIL, BALLY, CALZEDONIA GROUP, CELIO, DAMARTEX GROUP, DECATHLON, EL CORTE INGLES, ERALDA, ETAM GROUP, FARFETCH, FIGARET, GANT, GEOX, GROUPE BEAUMANOIR, GROUPE ERAM, GTS GROUP, KIABI, LADY LAWYER FASHION ARCHIVE, MANGO, NANA JUDY, PAUL & JOE, PROMOD, SPARTOO-ANDRE, THE VISUALITY CORPORATION.
Discussions at the working meeting focused on the governance of the Fashion Pact, the organization of the work to be carried out by its members as well as the translation of their commitments into practical goals. A decision was made to share an initial report on the progress achieved in September 2020. After the meeting, France's Deputy Minister of Ecological and Solidary Transition, Brune Poirson, joined
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Representatives of the companies that signed the Fashion Pact met for the first time yesterday (24 October 2019) in Paris to define the organizational arrangements for the coalition. In the context of the G7 Summit held in Biarritz, 32 companies in the fashion and textile industry made a pledge to work towards shared and concrete goals in three areas: Climate, Biodiversity and Oceans. The Fashion Pact was presented by Kering Chairman and CEO François-Henri Pinault to the Heads of State who met at the summit in Biarritz on August 26, 2019.
Today, a further 24 companies in the fashion and textile industry, all of them already involved in a separate environmental strategy, have announced that they are joining the coalition. This brings the total number of signatories to 56 and the number of brands involved to around 250.