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As part of the ‘Women in Motion’ program, designed to highlight the contribution of women to cinema, and on the occasion of the Presidential Dinner which took place on 17 May, Kering and the Festival de Cannes have honored actress, producer and philanthropist Jane Fonda, independent producer Megan Ellison, and Olivia de Havilland, 1st woman to be appointed President of the Jury of the Festival de Cannes in 1965.
Kering is open-sourcing its E P&L methodology.Watch the webcast replay of the 19 May publication and access the Group's first E P&L results.
As part of the Women in Motion program, designed to highlight the contribution of women to cinema, Kering and the Festival de Cannes will honor actress Jane Fonda and independent producer Megan Ellison. A special tribute will also be paid to Olivia de Havilland, the first woman to be appointed President of the Jury in Cannes in 1965.
In an interview with K magazine, snowboarder Arthur Longo looks back on a busy season, starting with Enjoy the Glacier and coming second in the US Open Half Pipe and explains us the meaning of his strange tatoo...
The first and largest retrospective dedicated to McQueen's life and work has finally arrived in the British capital. 70,000 tickets sold in advance for the opening at London's Victoria and Albert museum.
Check out the first of K’s two articles on this major event.
An advocate of women's rights and gender equality in China, Yuan Feng has dedicated most of her career to such causes since the mid-1980s. She is also the newest board member of the Kering Foundation.
K magazine reporter caught up with her on a recent visit to London.
Kering took part in the NRDC Luncheon & Discussion on Sustainable Fashion in New York on 4 March, where the focus was on how the fashion industry can change today's environmentally impactful reality.
Laurent Claquin, Head of Kering Americas, told how the NRDC and Kering have developed "Clean by Design" methodology and are now rolling this out across the Group’s brands.
Okura Hotel, one of Japan’s most loved modernist buildings is under threat of demolition. The news has sparked an outcry of protest from arts and design enthusiasts. Check out the social media initiative launched by Tomas Maier, creative director of Bottega Veneta, to support the preservation of the modernist architecture.
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