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  • BALENCIAGA
    CRISTOBAL CLEAR

    The Cristobal Balenciaga Museoa is celebrating the 120th anniversary of the birth of the master with an exhibition on the luxury experience he pioneered. It shows the elite world of his clientele with their exquisite but comfortable gowns, the buying experience in the salons, and the introduction of accessories and ‘affordable’ luxury...

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  • TALENT
    Parsons School of Design

    Fashion is an industry obsessed with what’s next. Parsons, one of the world’s top design schools, was founded on socially conscious values. The result? The future looks heartening. Indeed, for the better part of a century, Parsons alumni have established American fashion as both a successful business and a style. Interview with two directors of the school...  

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  • CINEMA
    KERING AND SUNDANCE INSTITUTE

    Kering launches its collaboration with the ‘Women at Sundance’ Fellowship Program at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, to provide year-long support to six female filmmakers. In addition, Kering and Sundance Institute will co-host a ‘Women in Motion’ panel discussion in NYC in April 2016.

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  • SUSTAINABILITY
    Corporate Knights’ Global 100 index

    Kering has been recognised as one of the world’s most sustainable corporations, according to the Corporate Knights’ Global 100 index published at the World Economic Forum in Davos today. Kering is the only luxury corporation to be included in the 2016 Global 100, and placed second within the index’s Textile, Apparel & Luxury Goods sector.

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  • POMELLATO
    Hard sensuality

    Founded in the emancipated late sixties, Pomellato was the first maison to produce pret-a-porter jewellery. On a recent visit to the headquarters in Milan, our K reporter was dazzled by its ability to stir emotion...

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  • POMELLATO GROUP
    SABINA BELLI APPOINTED CEO

    Kering announced the appointment of Sabina Belli as CEO of the Pomellato group, comprising the Italian luxury jewellery brands Pomellato and Dodo. She will report to Albert Bensoussan, CEO of Kering ‘Luxury – Watches & Jewellery’ division. 

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  • TALENTS
    KERING TALKS AT TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY

    Coinciding with the final days of the COP21 in Paris, François-Henri Pinault delivered a Global Vision Lecture in front of 150 students to celebrate the second year of Kering's partnership with Tsinghua University in Beijing, highlighting the crucial role of sustainability for both the future of fashion and businesses in general.  

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  • SUSTAINABILITY
    CLIMATE RISK FOR LUXURY

    Kering and BSR (Business for Social Responsibility), the global non-profit business network and consultancy dedicated to sustainability, published a pivotal report on climate change for the fashion industry today.

    Learn more and download the report