We've come a long way since 1840! The years have passed and seasons have gone by. Our values have remained strong and our ambitions have continued to evolve with the needs of our time, but most importantly, with your needs.
To measure up to today's challenges and those of the coming decades, Vision is founding its objectives on two key pillars:
we are making
a commitment to:
Replace 100% of our most commonly used conventional materials with their recycled or organic equivalents
Source 100% of our cellulosic fibres from sustainable wood sources or from next generation solutions containing recycled or agricultural residue
Use packaging made of recycled materials that is fully recyclable or compostable
Create a guide for the suppliers of our private labels outlining our environmentally responsible strategies for our entire supply chain
Our Sustainability Standards
The following standards will explain how a product's features meet Vision's requirements.
Shop with Vision Filters
Want to discover an assortment that's in line with your social and environmental values? Simons invites you to use our Vision Standards filters based on various sustainability criteria.
Cool, antistatic, and breathable, this popular cellulosic fibre also has a number of environmental advantages:
It's the result of a closed-loop production process, meaning that the water and solvents are reused every time.
It's made of certified wood pulp from controlled and sustainable sources.
Choosing this fibre helps to ensure the protection of the world's ancient and endangered forests, which are essential for biodiversity and balancing the Earth's atmosphere.
In a fluid weave or lightweight knit, this sustainable viscose is what you'll want when the heat hits. Its environmental advantages?
The wood pulp used to make this fabric comes from certified and controlled sources, thus ensuring the protection of ancient and endangered forests throughout the world.
Its production generates up to 45% fewer carbon emissions than its conventional equivalent.
It also uses less water and fewer fossil resources.
Using reusable products is one of the most effective ways to reduce our trash, save our natural resources, protect our environment, and, at the same time, save some money.
To avoid the creation as well as the accumulation of waste in the environment, Simons Maison offers alternatives to single-use products, such as:
Food wraps made from beeswax
Fabric grocery bags
Reusable cups and bottles
Cotton swabs with washable silicone tips
Spotlighting Sustainable Fashion
Fashion-forward pieces + sustainable fabrics = A winning equation!
Organic fabrics, TENCEL™ fibres, and recycled textiles are here to refine your style.
Sunbathing season is almost here! Get ready with recycled nylon bikinis that have a reduced carbon footprint.
Guaranteed values made with green fibres—you can't really go wrong.
These garments made of organic cotton and linen are one-of-a-kind pieces that showcase the artisanal skill of 8 Indigenous creators from communities across Canada through their prints, embroidery, appliqué, and beadwork.