Fendi is owned by multinational French conglomerate 'LVMH', and thus, follows LVMH's guidelines with regards to sustainability. In 2019, LVMH signed a five-year partnership with UNESCO to support their Man and Biosphere (MAB) program, aiming to improve the environmental performance of their products by 2020, to advocate 100% transparency throughout the supply chain of their products by 2020, to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from energy consumption and to be more aware of their water and energy consumption and waste production, in an effort to improve environmental performance indicators. Fashion United has published that 'in terms of CO2 emissions, the Group is on track to meet the target of reducing them by 25 percent by 2020. In terms of waste management, 91 percent of waste was reused, recycled or transformed into energy in 2018', suggesting LVMH is on its way to a more sustainable future. However, there is little evidence that LVMH has set about reducing its toxic chemical usage throughout their production and there is no evidence of fair payments throughout their supply chain.