how do we work ?

Innovation and creativity are at the heart of who we are.

We bring this approach to how we do business in a responsible way – from our creations to reducing energy and waste, to redesigning how we sell our Jewelry.

our environmental footprint

Since 2012, our environmental performance is tracked and measured through the Environmental Profit and Loss (EP&L) account, an innovative tool developed by the Kering Group. The EP&L is a key enabler of a sustainable business model, and one that Kering wishes to share with its peers in the Luxury industry and other sectors. 

Boucheron recognizes the EP&L’s extraordinary value in influencing our product design, sourcing decisions, and manufacturing research and development, as it is a key tool in making decisions both for day-to-day operations and high-level strategy.

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reducing our carbon footprint 

Thanks to the EP&L, we identify our major key levers to reduce our carbon impact: electricity, energy efficiency, transportation and manufacturing. 
Our main impacts are located in our supply chain. A strong partnership with the operations team and our key strategic suppliers is key to reach our target. ​

Following Kering’s science-based 1.5°C-aligned target, we are committed to reducing our absolute Scopes 1 and 2 emissions by 90% and our Scope 3 emissions by 70% intensity by 2030, based on our 2015 emissions.Our carbon trajectory and strategy should be shortly defined to reduce our emissions in absolute terms.

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To reflect our DNA in our operations, Boucheron has a dedicated team to collaborate with academic experts and leading industry partners to drive innovations in technologies and materials.

Innovation processes have a dedicated sustainability standard and we are supported by the Kering Sustainable Innovation Lab (SIL) and their experts, who advise on sustainability matters.

Our Innovation team collaborates with the SIL and suggests new materials to our creative department: for example, testing materials with a high recycled content, manufacturing hard materials using less energy-intensive processes, replacing certain metals with natural fiber composites and developing lowimpact materials. Our experts also promote the creative possibilities generated by these new materials and processes for designers.​

Through this Jack de Boucheron Ultime capsule, the Maison reasserts the commitments to sustainable development that it expressed in its first social and environmental impact report, "Precious For The Future". This capsule collection celebrates the union of the Jack de Boucheron Ultime design and Cofalit®, a material made by recycling an industrial byproduct. This waste is usually buried, but it can also be vitrified and rendered inert, in which case it is known as Cofalit®.

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our sustainability strategy