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Gabriela Hearst has been awarded the Butterfly Mark for their measurable impact and company-wide commitments to sustainability.
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The designer encourages her staff to volunteer, while as a business supporting community charities in the markets they operate in. Gabriela Hearst takes philanthropy seriously; in 2016, a collaboration with TOD’S on a limited edition “Love” shoe in support of Save the Children. The following summer, Hearst traveled to Turkana, Kenya where a looming hunger crisis was devastating the region. She pledged to donate $600,000 in support of Save the Children’s famine relief efforts by partnering with NET-A-PORTER and Bergdorf Goodman to make her handbag collection available to the public for the first time. Gabriela was recognised for these actions by being appointed to the board of trustees of Save the Children in September 2018.
Gabriela Hearst opened its flagship store at the Carlyle House, on Madison Avenue, in November 2018. Built consciously, without synthetics or chemicals; the in-store experience showcases the brands quality, care and commitment to the planet.
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