While we know that producing goods will always have an impact, we’re continuously exploring how we can help to reinvent retail and help close the loop on waste. We want to give future generations a sustainable start, and to leave the planet in better shape than we found it.
We’re delighted to have been awarded the Butterfly Mark from Positive Luxury – the luxury industry’s most prestigious certification, highlighting brands that are committed to having a positive impact on the environment and society.
It’s only the beginning though…
We want to make it easier for parents to give outgrown or no-longer-used products a second life too, extending the lifecycle of garments through our Reloved resale platform so that they’re in use for as long as possible.
We’re working towards being a zero-waste business by 2030 and are focused on driving down waste and our energy consumption year on year.
Our packaging and marketing materials are made from 100% recyclable, recycled and/or biodegradable materials. We are also working towards eliminating all unnecessary packaging, single-use plastics and plastic-based materials.
We know that we are only as good as the people we hire and the partners we work with. We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees that also prioritises work-life balance.
Just as we’re always thinking of the future and how we can continuously improve our environmental performance, our brand partners are too. Every brand we work with has pledged to monitor and minimise the environmental impacts of their operations by 2030.
Together, we’re also committed to sourcing fabrics responsibly. Here’s a breakdown of how:
By 2030 all cotton will come from recycled sources or from certified more sustainable sources. At launch, a minimum of 50% of our brand partners will meet this standard.
Wood and paper
By 2030 all wood and paper in the products we sell will come from recycled sources, if possible. Where not possible, it will be certified under the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) system.
By 2030 all forest-derived (man-made cellulosic) fibres used in the products we sell will come from recycled sources or from certified non-ancient and endangered, responsibly managed forests.
All leather products will come from brands that are members of the Leather Working Group, which audits tanneries to ensure they’re using controlled processes that help reduce the environmental impact of water, waste and chemicals.
We will only sell feathers from the by-product of poultry production: geese, duck, turkey and chicken only, and from certified sources.
Our brand partners are also committed to moving from single-use plastic towards reuse models where possible.
Fur and exotic skins
Exotic skins, fur and other products derived from endangered species will not be sold by Le Petit Planet.
We know we must all work together to protect our planet and people and ensure a better future for us all.
In partnership with conservation platform Ecologi, for every transaction you make, we’ll plant a tree.
To view our Code of Conduct click here: