Our products are thought up and designed to include innovative and eco-conscious materials. Recycled fabric, canvas, paper and plastic are used in many of our new collections.


Committed and keen to make a difference, The Bugatti Group is expanding its environmental initiatives. The project “Welcoming a Beehive”, which started in summer 2020, was initiated when a group of employees expressed the desire to raise awareness of the essential role bees play in our agriculture and food production.

Populations of bees, butterflies, bumblebees and other pollinators are in significant decline around the world. Thanks to a beehive installed on the company’s premises, The Bugatti Group enabled its team to learn more about bees, their habits, and the important work they do. Through Alvéole, The Bugatti Group has been able to provide a safe and healthy living environment for a colony counting more than 70,000 bees. At the end of summer 2020, The Bugatti Group gladly collected 100 jars of honey!

Did you know?

Bees are responsible for the pollination of more than 130 fruit and vegetable crops around the world – that’s a third of our diet.


Although the use of reusable face masks is beneficial for the environment, the use of disposable masks is sometimes necessary. To mitigate the impact it can have, The Bugatti Group is supporting the David Suzuki Foundation, committed to empowering people to take action in their communities on the environmental challenges we collectively face. Please dispose of your mask appropriately and prevent it from polluting the environment. Hence, for each box of 50 Swiss Mobility face coverings sold, a donation will be made to the Foundation.

“Each person, each group, each organization working solo to build a different world can seem powerless and insignificant, but the strength in numbers will cause the movement to become irresistible and irreversible”

– David Suzuki.

photo : ©Jennifer Roessler