Isabelle Sultan joined Parfums Christian Dior, a subsidiary of the LVMH Group, as Chief Sustainability Officer early 2021.
This role within the House gives her the means to position this emblematic luxury industry actor in an even more assertive approach to taking its impacts into account.
Isabelle has forged her conviction through her experience in marketing, innovation and business development for committed brands. The transformation of economic models that reconcile impact and performance has been her objective within an investment fund dedicated to the development of solutions against malnutrition and access to drinking water. The responsibility and capacity of companies to contribute to a desirable future is not in doubt for her.
With a brand as iconic as Dior, the opportunity to make sustainability more desirable is significant.
In 2021 the House formalised its mission, ‘‘to leave beauty as a legacy’’, and defined the pillars of its sustainable development strategy.
The acceleration is tangible: committed to reducing its CO2 emissions by 46% between 2019 and 2030, in line with a SBTI 1.5°C trajectory, the House is also investing in the transition to organic or regenerative agriculture in its 42 gardens and partner gardens around the world by 2030.