In this article, we present the results of a five-year ongoing research project, with multiple companies in the luxury fashion industry. We uncover the new strategic dimensions driving these companies: innovation, exclusivity, and consciousness and provide a radar for capturing sustainability practices along the dimensions of strategy, production stage and capability. In order to help senior managers who want to embed sustainability into their strategy and translate this into the right practices for their company, we also provide a sustainability practice decision-making matrix.

Does the devil wear Prada? Lessons in Supply Chain sustainability from Luxury Fashion

Karaosman H.;Marshall D.;Brun A.
2020-01-01

Abstract

In this article, we present the results of a five-year ongoing research project, with multiple companies in the luxury fashion industry. We uncover the new strategic dimensions driving these companies: innovation, exclusivity, and consciousness and provide a radar for capturing sustainability practices along the dimensions of strategy, production stage and capability. In order to help senior managers who want to embed sustainability into their strategy and translate this into the right practices for their company, we also provide a sustainability practice decision-making matrix.
luxury management
fashion luxury
sustainability
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