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GFA provides in-depth analysis, masterclasses and reports based on the latest industry data. GFA specialises in communicating complex sustainability content in a compelling and actionable manner and is responsible for leading industry publications such as Fashion CEO Agenda, Fashion on Climate and Scaling Circularity

Fashion CEO Agenda 2021

This report shines light on social and environmental implications and intersections. It puts forward a vision statement for the fashion industry, striving for, ‘a thriving industry that creates prosperity for people and communities by working within planetary boundaries, reversing its impact on climate change and protecting biodiversity.’

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    Fashion CEO Agenda 2020: Covid-19 Edition

    Global Fashion Agenda and McKinsey & Company present research and a fact base to complement the priorities outlined in the CEO Agenda; which intend to guide and mobilise industry players in taking bold action on sustainability. This COVID-19 edition of the CEO Agenda presents six opportunities for fashion executives to rethink and rebuild a sustainable more resilient fashion industry.

    Scaling Circularity Report

    Global Fashion Agenda and McKinsey & Company present the scaling circularity report. Lessons learned from the Circular Fashion Partnership for building pre-competitive collaborations to scale upstream circular fashion systems.

    Fashion On Climate

    Together with our Strategic Knowledge Partner, McKinsey & Company, we create thematic deep-dives focused on specific sustainability topics. To realise our vision and support industry sustainability efforts, we develop common industry fact-bases and demystify complexities to guide and mobilise the industry to take bold action on sustainability.

    Garment Collection Toolbox

    2020 CIRCULAR FASHION SYSTEM COMMITMENT Fashion Design Toolbox

    Circular design Toolbox

    2020 CIRCULAR FASHION SYSTEM COMMITMENT Fashion Design Toolbox

    Resale Toolbox

    2020 CIRCULAR FASHION SYSTEM COMMITMENT Fashion Design Toolbox

    Textile Recycling Toolbox

    2020 CIRCULAR FASHION SYSTEM COMMITMENT Fashion Design Toolbox

    Pre-feasibility Report

    Analysis of Post Industrial Textile Fiber-2-Fiber Recycling in Bangladesh

    Pulse of the Fashion Industry 2019

    The Pulse Report was co-developed with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a global management consulting firm and one of the world’s leading advisor on business strategy, and Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), the coalition that has developed the Higg Index, a suite of tools that standardises value chain sustainability measurement for all industry participants.

    Pulse of the Fashion Industry 2018

    According to the Pulse of the Fashion Industry 2018 report, the industry’s performance remains weak. The Pulse Score is 38 out of 100. In the past year, it improved by six points. The Pulse Survey, which covers the perspectives of decision-makers from all industry segments, confirms that the sustainability agenda became increasingly prominent in shaping the corporate agenda. Of the executives polled, 52% reported that sustainability targets provided guidance for almost every strategic decision they made—an increase of 18 percentage points from last year. While encouraging, these results also indicate the need for still more movement toward increasingly responsible practices.

    Pulse of the Fashion Industry 2017

    The Pulse of the Fashion Industry 2017 Report explores alternative business models for how clothes could be made, distributed and consumed based on a proposed ‘landscape for change’ including 40 possible ways to increase industry sustainability performance. We looked at materials including cotton and polyester and chose to highlight the intrinsic dilemmas that need to be considered for every material choice. The report aims to inform its readers about both the opportunities and the ramifications of substituting conventional cotton. As stated in the report “the proposed landscape is a first attempt to sketch out the spectrum of options available. It is meant to invite further input and rich discussions during the coming year.” Similar to this, the Pulse report also quantified a number of initiatives to help demonstrate the possible value to be captured if the industry would start to act immediately on selected topics. The examples used under each change lever served an illustrative purpose and were not straightforward recommendations as such.

    Fashion CEO Agenda 2021

    This report shines light on social and environmental implications and intersections. It puts forward a vision statement for the fashion industry, striving for, ‘a thriving industry that creates prosperity for people and communities by working within planetary boundaries, reversing its impact on climate change and protecting biodiversity.’

    Policy Brief | Circular Fashion Partnership

    This policy brief is intended as an informative piece, sharing recommendations for policy makers and regulators in Bangladesh and r EU policymakers working on circular textile strategies and policies.

    Policy Brief | Circular Fashion Partnership

    This policy brief is intended as an informative piece, sharing recommendations for policy makers and regulators in Bangladesh and at supranational level, in particular for EU policymakers working on circular textile strategies and policies.

    The GFA Monitor 2022

    The GFA Monitor is intended as a resource to guide fashion leaders towards a net positive fashion industry.