Jimmy Choo has a commitment to meeting high environmental standards in its operations and throughout its supply chain. Jimmy Choo ensures that all of the sourcing of materials is done in a way to limit the impact on biodiversity and animal welfare. We comply with the Washington Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (“CITES”), which aims to regulate the trade of specimens of endangered animals and plants by monitoring their exportation, re-exportation, importation, transit, transhipment or possession.


In 2014, Jimmy Choo had its carbon footprint independently measured for the first time by Deloitte. This enabled Jimmy Choo to identify areas of risk and prioritise areas on which to focus carbon reduction efforts. Over the next 12 months, Jimmy Choo will be building on the activities which today centre on 93 energy reduction initiatives already in place across its operations. In due course, we will establish a global energy management programme.