Lucrezia Kauffmann

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Country: Italy

Category: Handbags

Established in: 2017

Lucrezia Kauffmann's team consists of less than 6 people and more than 60% of the team are women, of whom more than 40% are in the top management.

The company organises webinars or meetings on sustainable issues, gender equality and fair working conditions to raise awareness among its employees. In addition to offering workshops, the brand LK also offers its employees one day a week of remote work and general office services free of charge.

The company not only sources energy from a green supplier, but also recycles more than 80 % of its general waste.

The majority of Lucrezia Kauffmann's value chain is located in Italy. The brand sources 100% of its raw materials in Italy. Also the logistics and the packaging is 100% located in Italy. The production is split into 2 countries: 80% are located in Italy and 20% in Turkey.

The production of Lucrezia Kauffmann is based in Milan, Italy. 

Regarding the raw materials, the brand uses up to 60% of natural and recycled and regenerated materials. The brand upcycles second hand clothes and deadstock fabric for the creation of LK's handbags.

About the product development activity, LK develops her prototypes with deadstock to avoid material waste. 

The logistic supplier uses up to 80% of renewable energy.

In addition, the brand has visited almost all of her suppliers in order to be aware of the working conditions of its suppliers' workers. 

The brand Lucrezia Kauffmann provides to its customers for some of its products a service to repair and and care information in order to preserve the quality and extend the life of the products. 

Lucrezia Kaufmann partnered up with IEO Milano for charity in 2022. The European Institute of Oncology transforms scientific research to new treatments in various areas such as prevention, diagnosis, treatment, training and education, basic and translational research. (

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