Ralph Lauren’s Indigenous Artist Fellowship, Cradle-to-Cradle Cashmere Celebrated in ESG Report

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Ralph Lauren’s Indigenous Artist Fellowship, Cradle-to-Cradle Cashmere Celebrated in ESG Report

Published Friday 24 June 2022

Click here to read the full article. Ralph Lauren’s corporate agenda is dotted with many social and environmental aims, as its latest report shows. And all of the encompassing elements are part of the broader business vision. “Embedding this philosophy across our entire value chain is a natural and critical extension of Ralph’s vision as we work to address our impacts beyond the beautiful products and experiences we create,” Ralph Lauren president and chief executive officer, Patrice Louvet, said in an accompanying press statement.More from WWDNatalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson at 'Thor: Love and Thunder' L.A. PremierePhotos of the Costumes...

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