Today at the G7 summit in Biarritz, Kering CEO Francois-Henri Pinault will present the ‘Fashion Pact’ to Emmanuelle Macron - the first time fashion will appear on the agenda at a G7 summit and signed by 30 fashion industry CEOs. But what does this mean for the everyday business of fashion?Read More
Once again we are partnering with our friends at Pure London to bring sustainability to the agenda at Pure London SS20 - and we’d love to see you there!Read More
On 3rd July Roland Mouret and Common Objective (CO) hosted a summer party at Roland Mouret’s flagship store in Mayfair, London to celebrate uniting fashion leaders and influencers behind a sustainable future of fashion.Read More
Vivienne Westwood, Veja, Phoebe English, Ecoalf, and Raeburn are amongst the leading brands and designers that are opening up their showrooms, and curating a behind-the-scenes experience as part of Fashion Revolution’s Fashion Open Studio.Read More
Six months ago in May, we launched full functionality on the CO site. Since then, thousands of awesome individuals and businesses have joined the CO community, from all over the world.Read More
We are proud to announce a new collaboration with the London College of Fashion, which will support the next generation of fashion professionals to build a more sustainable industry.Read More
The BBC brought the impact of the fashion industry to mainstream consumers recently with investigative journalist, Stacey Dooley.Read More
As the CO membership base expands, we're excited to get out and about at several global events that are engaging fashion professionals to do business better - to share insights and learnings on sustainable fashion business success, and meet with the leaders and pioneers who are shaping the future of the fashion industry.Read More
CO is delighted to once again be partnering with Pure London and supporting its new initiative, Pure Conscious, at the upcoming show on 22-24 July.Read More
The UK trade show Fashion SVP talked to some of their exhibitors about the importance of sustainability in the industry today and what they are doing about it. Here’s what they had to say….Read More
This week, ASOS announced updates to its animal welfare policy that mean, by January 2019, it will stop producing and stocking products made from silk, mohair, feathers, and cashmere.
CO talked to Channel 5 News about how consumers might react.Read More
Breakthrough tech platform unites the fashion industry behind sustainability
The Ethical Fashion Group, the global network and resource centre for better practices in the industry, launches CO
CO (www.commonobjective.co) is the ultimate solution to sustainable fashion business. The platform gives millions of professionals the means to build efficient and sustainable supply chains by matching buyers, suppliers and collaborators with vital connections and information to enable better practices in their day to day work.Read More
We are pleased to announce a formal partnership between Fashion SVP , London's leading apparel sourcing trade event and CO, for 2018. We are committed to working together to inspire and support fashion professionals with sustainability best practice.
On the 16th and 17th January, CO will have a stand at the event as well as running a programme of seminars and round tables.Read More
Here at CO we talk a lot about matching - matching you to people, to information, to businesses - all to help you do fashion better. But what does this really mean? And how do we play matchmaker behind the scenes of the new CO platform?Read More
As we develop Common Objective, we'll be releasing features and functionality iteratively as they're built. Feedback from our users is fundamental during this process.
If you are interested in being part of the initial test group for CO, please fill in the form below to let us know.Read More