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Kering Breaks Up with Fur For Good As Luxury Fashion Shifts To Cruelty-Free

3 Mins Read Luxury fashion group Kering has pledged to ditch fur across all its brands, as high-end labels face greater scrutiny over animal welfare and environmental practices. From late 2022, none of Kering’s brands, including Alexander McQueen, Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, will feature animal fur in collections, amid the group’s push to “take the lead in […]

Kering, Stella McCartney Partner With Apparel Impact Institute To Make Italian Fashion More Sustainable

4 Mins Read The Apparel Impact Institute recently announced a project, informally called ‘The Italy Project’ in partnership with Stella McCartney, Burberry, and French luxury fashion group Kering with the aim of improving the environmental footprint of Italy’s luxury fashion supply chain. In 2019, the Global Fashion Agenda predicted that before 2039, the global apparel industry will grow […]

Luxury Fashion Giant Kering Hosts Sustainability Conference In Shanghai Signalling Changing Tides

3 Mins Read Global luxury fashion group Kering recently hosted a conference on sustainable fashion during Shanghai Fashion Week, recognising eco-forward technological innovations in the Chinese fashion industry. As an international giant – managing big-names including Gucci, Balenciaga and Yves Saint Laurent – this initiative to promote global sustainability represents a recognition that the tide is turning for […]