Everything in nature is constantly changing. So are we.

We are changing the fibers in our collections
More and more items are made of organic or recycled materials, from certified supply chains, and by 2025 all cotton in our collections will be sustainable.

We are extending the life cycle of our products
We design them so that they last for many years, also thanks to the commitment of the people who wearing them, and so that once they are no longer being used, they can be used for other things.

The beautiful change | Sisley
The beautiful change | Sisley

We are cleaning up our supply chain
As members of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), we are subjecting our suppliers to increasingly stringent controls, both from an environmental and labor rights perspective.

We are renovating our stores
We pay more and more attention to the use of natural materials and regenerated furniture, and the seamless integration between physical and online purchases.

We are reducing our impact on the environment
We have embarked on a path that will lead us by 2030 to drastically reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, according to the guidelines of the Science Based Target Initiative.

For us at Sisley this is not an obligation, but an opportunity to evolve in harmony with the planet that we liveon and to become a more beautiful and just company.

A better company.



From cotton to linen, today 80% of the fibers in our garments are of natural origin and approximately 50% of the garments are made from microfiber material *, which is easier to recycle. Our materials are natural, recycled, and regenerated, and certified by reputable authorities. Continuing our search for new materials with reduced environmental impact is a commitment we have made to our planet. *limited to the main fabric

organic cotton | Sisley

The organic cottonwe use for Sisley products comes from non-genetically modified (GMO) plants and grown according to the principles of organic farming without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
During the course of 2023, organic cotton represented 11% of the cotton used


Our recycled cotton comes from pre- and post-consumer cotton waste that has already been used. Once collected, the waste is divided and cut into small parts, frayed and reused for new yarn production. The mix of virgin fibers and recycled raw material allows the production of garments with a lower environmental impact and with high quality and durability characteristics. All our recycled cotton garments contain at least 20% recycled cotton, sourced from certified supply chains.

recycled cotton | Sisley

Benetton Group is participating in the Sustainable Cotton Challenge di Textile Exchange and is committed to obtaining 100% of its cotton from more sustainable programs and initiatives by 2025.
Benetton Group prohibits the use of cotton from Uzbekistan, Pakistan and the Xinjiang region in China - areas in which forced labor or child labor practices have been highlighted. All suppliers who work for Benetton Group commit not to use and/or purchase cotton grown in these areas. In fact, Benetton Group rejects any form of child or forced labor along its entire value chain

viscose | Sisley

As soft as silk and as resistant as cotton, viscose is an artificial fiber of natural origin, which derives from the wood pulp of trees.

The viscose used in Green B garments comes from internationally recognized suppliers who are committed to forest conservation and their sourcing, transparency and traceability policies. It is thanks to their work and the IT tools they have made available to us that we can directly verify the origin of our fabrics.

The modaland lyocell variantsalso have low environmental impact and controlled supply chains. The production of the lyocell fiber, which feels very similar to cotton, takes place in a closed cycle process, which recovers and reuses over 99% of the solvent used and limits water use and discharges into the environment.

Our materials are natural, recycled, and regenerated, and certified by reputable authorities.

Comfortable, resistant, elegant and, above all, with a lowered impact on the environment.

It has thermoregulatory properties and absorbs humidity, which makes it a very cool material for the summer: a noble material, because it is natural and hypoallergenic, the cultivation of which requires far less water than that required by other fibers and almost no use of chemical substances. Our linen garments are designed to last over time and can be completely recycled.

european linen | Sisley
recycled polyester | Sisley

In 2020 we started a journey that involves the use of recycled polyester in Sisley puffer jackets.
Polyester is one of the most used synthetic fibers in the textile sector and can be worked on alone or together with other synthetic or natural fibers. It represents more than half of the total volume of fibers produced globally, but not a lot of it is recycled.
Polyester is made from the waste of petroleum-based products, such as PET bottles: a much more sustainable option than conventional polyester, because it focuses on the reuse of existing materials and the reduction of waste and residues.

Sisley has decided to utilize fabrics that contain at least 20% recycled polyester from certified suppliers in its collections. These suppliers ensure that the polyester comes from waste or materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill.

Using recycled polyester in our garments allows us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to new polyester.

A treatment is defined as sustainable when it minimizes the use of resources and the release of pollutants into the environment.

Thanks to the WASATEX project, the Benetton Manufacturing factory in Croatia currently allows for the reuse of approximately 60% of the water from industrial processes, reducing consumption not only of water resources, but also of natural resources for heating the water itself.

water saving | Sisley


Equity, fairness, respect for the rules and social justice..
The choice of our suppliers is based not only on the criteria of quality and competitiveness of the products offered along with transparency, but also on compliance with social, ethical and environmental principles.

Our suppliers | Sisley
Our suppliers | Sisley

Anyone who has a business relationship with Benetton Group must comply with our Code of Conduct, which is based on respect for human rights and environmental protection.

The Code of Conduct puts into practice the most relevant international regulations, with particular reference to the UN Guidelines on Business and Human Rights from June 2011, as well as the European Commission Communication on a renewed strategy on corporate social responsibility from October 2011.

The Group has implemented an audit program to verify that the Code of Conduct is being followed, which involves all manufacturers of finished garments, with particular attention to those located in areas where respect for human and worker’s rights are considered to be most at risk. Each supplier will be subject to announced or semi-announced periodic checks.


In 2023, for the fifth consecutive year, Fashion Transparency Index attests that we are among the clothing brands and retailers that are most committed to disseminating credible information about their supply chain and their social and environmental impact.

The company’s efforts to become more transparent have brought concrete results that have allowed us to improve our overall score from 62% in 2022 to 73% in 2023.

We believe that every company must commit itself to rejecting any form of discrimination, ensuring fair and respectful treatment of people in all circumstances.

Being a member of organizations that support sustainable production globally is a choice to strengthen our commitment to the environment and humanity.

Righteous detox | Sisley

Benetton Grouphas been collaborating with the Greenpeace Detox program since 2013, in a combined effort to completely eliminate harmful chemical substances from the textile sector with the scope of protecting the health and safety of consumers and safeguarding local community conditions all around the world.
We are committed to reducing the environmental impact of wet processes on the supply chain. In order to reach this objective, Sisley aims to reduce, among other things, the use of harmful chemical substances for our health and for the environment through production processes. In particular, it strives to guarantee supplier conformity in wet processes from the ZDHC MRSL program by 2030.

Our goal is to progressively reduce our environmental impact, aiming to reduce scraps, energy waste and the use of potentially harmful chemical substances in order not to leave any permanent scars on the planet.



In recent years, we have, where possible, replaced freight transport by air with low-polluting transport by sea and rail. Thanks to the elimination of pallets, we have optimized the packaging storage on our vehicles, eliminating 1 in 5 trucks needed to transport our goods via roads through Italy and Europe.
When you purchase a Sisley garment you should know that the path it took had the lowest possible polluting impact.

Packagingis a key element for reducing environmental impact.
The packaging and materials used to ship our products are in line with the Benetton Group's sustainable approach.
We pay particular attention to each purchase to guarantee safe and 100% plastic-free packaging: from the cardboard used for shipping the adult collections, to the tissue used to wrap the clothing items, to the adhesive tape chosen to seal the package, all the materials used are 100% recyclable.

Sisley's packagingis processed using exclusively water-based inks and comes from an FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper mill. .