Here in Esemplare the values of sustainability characterize not only the finished product, but animate all our employees and find application in our daily work.
We are inspired by the concepts of modularity, versatility and adaptability and develop garments that can be lasting.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
We study, develop and engineer new technologies, materials and fabrics that guarantee very high performance, without drawing on virgin raw materials.
We use eco-sustainable fabrics and accessories that combine tradition and innovation.
We collaborate with partners who share our same social and ethical values.
RECYCLING & REGENERATION
We monitor and reduce waste. We use recycled and regenerated materials wherever possible
For this reason we have decided to undertake a path to obtain a score on the social, environmental and economic sustainability of Esemplare with Sustainable Brand Platform (SBP).
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS)
In 2018, the Pattern Group and Esemplare chose to follow the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), identified by the UN in the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development".
Fashion Industry Charter For Climate Action (UNFCCC)
In 2019 Pattern signs the "Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action (UNFCCC)", becoming the first Italian signatory company, embarking on a path towards decarbonization.
We are committed to working with certified suppliers who do not use chemicals deemed toxic or harmful by the main international standards.
The reference standard, already implemented in the Pattern Group since 2016, is the ZDHC (Zero Discharge Hazardous Chemicals), and aims to eliminate chemicals that harm people, water and water in all production processes of the supply chain. environment, from the raw material to the finished product.
Measuring means understanding and becoming aware of our impact on the environment. It is the starting point for directing our efforts towards targeted actions, pursuing concrete and quantifiable objectives. Only what is measured can be reduced.
Since 2016 Pattern has drawn up an annual sustainability report following the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)