PVH Corp. Directs $1 Million of Its Save the Children Commitment to Support Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa

Partnering to Provide Programming for Youth Employment Training and
Early Childhood Care and Development

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#pvh–PVH Corp. (NYSE:PVH) today announced that it will be earmarking $1
million of its 2014 commitment to Save the Children to support programs
in Sub-Saharan Africa over the next three years.

The investment comes as part of PVH’s recent business focus on the
Sub-Saharan Africa region, including a woven shirt factory under
construction in Ethiopia’s Hawassa Industrial Park to be operated as
part of a joint venture, sourcing in Kenya and branded product sales
through various partners in the region.

PVH’s funding will support programs on Youth Employment Training and
Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD). Save the Children is
supporting the national efforts to increase youth employment,
entrepreneurship and skills development by implementing education and
livelihood programs focusing on vulnerable young people. The
organization is targeting disadvantaged children and youth aged 15-24
years old. Save the Children’s ECCD programs strengthen and sustain
early learning and school readiness for children aged 4-6 years old.

“Our philanthropic mission is to support the needs of women and children
around the world. We are working to drive positive impacts through our
efforts to create a ‘best-in-class’ apparel manufacturing industry in
Ethiopia, improve access to high quality early childhood education and
provide essential employment training,” said PVH Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer, Emanuel Chirico. “Today’s children will be our future
CEOs, employees and customers, and this investment allows us to better
support Save the Children’s efforts to create lasting changes in the
lives of children in need.”

“PVH has been a committed partner to Save the Children for more than a
decade,” said Carolyn Miles, President and CEO of Save the Children “We
are so grateful for their support of children from preschoolers to young

PVH & Save the Children

In December 2014, PVH announced a worldwide partnership with Save the
Children supporting their programming with a multimillion dollar
commitment over five years from The PVH Foundation. PVH associates
around the word are passionate about supporting the organization through
a global Sponsor-A-Child program, associate volunteer site visits and
other initiatives. PVH Chairman and CEO Manny Chirico also joined Save
the Children’s Board of Trustees, furthering support of their efforts.

About PVH Corp.

With a history going back over 130 years, PVH Corp. has excelled at
growing brands and businesses with rich American heritages, becoming one
of the largest apparel companies in the world. We have over 30,000
associates operating in over 40 countries and over $8 billion in annual
revenues. We own the iconic Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van
Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Speedo
*, Warner’s and Olga brands
and market a variety of goods under these and other nationally and
internationally known owned and licensed brands.

*The Speedo brand is licensed for North America and the
Caribbean in perpetuity from Speedo International, Ltd.

About Save the Children

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world a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from
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