Company directors, industry experts and NGO representatives came together to talk about the industry’s need to take action at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit on 15-16 May. Now it’s time to stop talking and start acting.
Kering CEO François-Henri Pinault announced at the event in Copenhagen that he has been tasked by French president Emmanuel Macron ahead of the next G7 summit this summer with uniting fashion and luxury industry playe...
In the course of a decade, the Copenhagen summit has become the fashion world’s leading sustainability event. Its 2019 edition, on May 15-16, will welcome François Henri Pinault and Emanuel Chirico, among others.
The day after the luxury group announced that it will pay a record fine of 1.25 billion euros to Italian tax authorities, shares in the company rose 1%, reflecting a certain confidence as this chapter draws to a close.
Kering's shares fell by nearly 6 percent on Thursday after signs of a slowdown at the French fashion company's Gucci brand, particularly in the United States, took the shine off a broader rise in sales.
Gucci growth is slowing but Kering is OK with that as it's still surging. Meanwhile Saint Laurent and Balenciaga are powering ahead and Bottega Veneta sales may be down, but the omens are good for Daniel Lee's designs.
Pledges to donate millions of euros, including from LVMH's Bernard Arnault, Kering's François-Henri Pinault and L'Oréal's founding Bettencourt family, poured in Tuesday in the aftermath of a fire at Paris' Notre-Dame.
Fashion is rocking Milan for the Furniture Fair, with Dior’s gala at Antonia, Armani's for the Tadao Ando exhibition, and countless parties, cocktail evenings and installations, like those by Tod’s and Vogue Italia.