PVH Corp.-owned Tommy Hilfiger is setting its sights on the future of fashion and supporting young professionals who are committed to changing the industry for the better.
Following PVH Corp.’s partnership with Fordham University—in which it contributed $1 million to establish a leading academic hub for the study of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability—Tommy Hilfiger announced six finalists for the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge, a global program it started in 2018 to support entrepreneurs developing positive solutions for the fashion industry.
“We are committed to championing bright, innovative solutions to some of our industry’s big challenges,” Tommy Hilfiger said in a statement. “Their shared optimism and commitment to a positive future should inspire us all in the impact we can make together.”
Finalists include startup businesses solving problems in every area of the fashion industry, from healthcare to sustainability. Among the list is Stony Creek Colors, the Goodlettsville, Tenn.-based natural dye company that provides natural indigo for Cone Denim...