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Tommy Hilfiger Sustainability Profile

Make it Possible

Tommy Hilfiger is on a mission to create fashion that ‘Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All’. Today, the world faces some of the biggest challenges yet – from climate change and resource scarcity to inequality and prejudice. One fashion brand can’t change all of this, but through the power of partnership and collaboration we will do everything in our power to create a more circular and inclusive future of fashion. This is our time. It’s time to Make it Possible.

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Tommy Hilfiger Sustainability Actions


We want the future of fashion to be fully circular, and operate with sensitivity to planetary boundaries. So we’re shaping a circular fashion brand – one which limits its carbon and water footprints, and where all the materials we use can be part of a sustainable loop.


We are working to operate with sensitivity to planetary boundaries*, including in the areas of climate change, land use, freshwater and chemical pollution, from what we buy to where we sell.

Tommy Hilfiger Sustainability Commitments



From 2020 onwards, 50% of our denim pieces will use lower-impact manufacturing in finishes, and by 2025, 50% of denim pieces will use lower-impact fabrics.



100% of our packaging in our operations and supply chain will be recyclable, reusable or compostable, and our products will be passed to our consumers free of oil-based, single-use plastic packaging.


Hazardous Chemicals

Water leaving wet processors will have zero hazardous chemicals and will be filtered for harmful microfibers.

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Tommy Hilfiger Sustainability News

Tommy Hilfiger Launches First Circular Design Denim Collection in Partnership with The Ellen MacArthur Foundation

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