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Our commitment


The LVMH Group is using the power of its influence to galvanize the luxury industry through concrete actions and to drive far-reaching changes to help protect ecosystems. To combine sustainability and desirability, in 2020 LVMH launched LIFE 360 (LVMH Initiatives for the Environment), an action program based on quantified objectives for 2023, 2026 and 2030. It has four strategic pillars: creative circularity, biodiversity, climate, traceability and transparency.

LVMH is part of a process of continuous progress: A Water strategy adapted to the Group's businesses and an action program dedicated to supporting its suppliers have rounded out LIFE 360 since 2023. A reporting system organized by the Group's 75 Maisons makes it possible to report on the progress of these objectives, and structures LVMH’s responses to the CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive). An approach facilitated by a network of nearly 200 environmental correspondents within the Maisons.

Circular design


2023New circular services (repairs, upcycling, etc.)   2026Zero virgin fossil-based plastic in packagings2030All new products included in the ecodesign process


202397% of the Maisons (other than Wines & Spirits) have introduced new circular services  280,000 meters of fabric recycled7,942 metric tons of virgin fossil-based plastic used in customer packaging  43% recycled material in glass and plastic packaging

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“We must continue to be bold in reconciling humankind with life and preserving biodiversity.”

Antoine Arnault

Image & Environment

“All of our products come from nature: This awareness, this interaction with nature, with biodiversity, constitutes the common thread of our LIFE 360 action plan. Biodiversity, water, climate — it’s all connected.”

Hélène Valade

LVMH Environment Development Director


To achieve the LIFE360 target of providing environmental training to all its employees by 2026, LVMH has set about raising awareness and teaching them the importance of looking after natural resources, conserving biodiversity and preventing climate change. In 2023, the Group designed environmental training courses tailored to the specific nature of each of its various businesses. To make this broader commitment possible, LVMH created the LIFE Academy educational hub to provide a range of training in both general and more specialized environmental topics. On each topic, the LIFE Academy equips employees with the skills needed to lead that transformation, with the aim of spurring the workforce to action.
LVMH employees in training at the LIFE academy


Creative circularity

  • 97%

    new circular services implemented since 2019 (as a % of the number of Maisons — excluding Wines & Spirits Maisons)

  • 61%

    of new products being sustainably designed in 2023

  • 18

    entirely upcycled items featured in the Prelude Collection

Group's intiatives

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