KIABI révolutionne le prêt-à-porter en lançant un concept de mode à petits prix pour toutes les familles, symbole d’un état d’esprit simple, universel et heureux de vivre. Conscient de l’empreinte environnementale de son activité, Kiabi affirme sa Responsabilité Sociétale : développement de gammes de produits éco-conçus, transparence sur sa chaîne d’approvisionnement, formation de ses équipes et parties prenantes aux impacts humains et environnementaux de son activité.
KIABI is revolutionizing the ready-to-wear by launching a low-price fashion concept for all the family, symbol of a simple, universal and happy to live state of mind. Aware of the environmental footprint of its activity, Kiabi claims its Social Responsibility : development of eco-designed ranges, transparency on its supply chain, raising awareness of the teams on the human and environmental impact of its activity.
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