Sustainability is a core element of the Prada Group’s identity, and deeply embedded within our strategy.
Our sustainability vision is driven by more than just moral obligation. Every action we take has the capacity to drive meaningful change and progress for both our business and society.
The Prada Group’s commitment to sustainability is rooted in three areas of focus - people, culture and the environment.
We believe this is the only way forward for financial growth that also benefits the communities and areas where we operate.
A SHORT VIDEO PRODUCED BY THE BUSINESS DEBATE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH REUTERS AND IN COLLABORATION WITH BRIGITTE LACOMBE
«The main strategy was to integrate the architectural structure with the territory. Quality can only come from the quality of the work environment. »
«Prada has recently launched a new project called Re-Nylon. Re-Nylon is our commitment to the UN SDGs Life on Land and Life Below Water. »
«Diversity helps us to better understand and interpret the various cultures which the people using our products belong to. Diversity makes us what we are »
«It’s necessary to cooperate with all our stakeholders to approach the complexity of sustainability for an harmonious development of the civil society.»
«You have to understand deeply what does it mean not being sustainable. Culture is the only way»
With this project, the Prada Group presents its sustainability commitment guided by the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UN plan to build a better and sustainable future for the people and the planet signed by the UN member countries for an achievement by 2030.
French photographer Brigitte Lacombe is known for her influential and revelatory portraiture. For four decades she has created iconic and intimate photographs of many of the world’s most celebrated artists, actors, politicians and intellectuals.