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Formerly known as Gucci Group, and then PPR Luxury Group. Luxury division of the one the world's largest luxury goods companies. Luxury brands include Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Balenciaga. Previously owned sports brands Puma, Cobra Golf and Volcom.
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Testing commissioned by Friends of the Earth Australia found nanoparticles in foundations and concealers sold by Gucci.
Source: FOE (2009)
Following a campaign by the Rainforest Action Network in 2009, this company pledged to take concrete action to clean their supply chains of rainforest paper and sever relationships with companies (like Asia Pulp and Paper) who continue to destroy high conservation and endangered forests in Indonesia and elsewhere.
Source: RAN (2010)
This company has publicly banned sandblasting. Sandblasting is a dangerous and deadly process which involves workers firing sand at jeans under high pressure. It has been known to kill workers within months as the inhalation of large amounts of silica dust generated during sandblasting causes silicosis, a potentially lethal pulmonary disease.
Source: Clean Clothes Campaign (2012)
Social Accountability International (SAI) is a non-profit, multi-stakeholder organisation established to advance the human rights of workers by promoting decent work conditions, labor rights, and corporate social responsibility through the voluntary SA8000 Standard.
Source: SAI (2019)
This company's Gucci and Bottega Veneta subsidiaries are certified members of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC). Certification under the RJC system demonstrates that the Member's business practices conform to RJC's Code of Practices for business ethics, human rights, social and environmental performance.
Source: Responsible Jewellery Council (2019)
This company received a 'C' grade in the Tailored Wages 2019 report by the Clean Clothes Campaign. Gucci was able to show that, for a small proportion of its production in Italy, national wage negotiations mean a family can live on a wage paid in some areas in the South and Central regions.
Source: Clean Clothes Campaign (2019)