07/25/2014 at 17:41
The 2014 edition, mentored by Kering CEO, François-Henri Pinault, awarded Iris van Herpen (Grand Prize winner) and Coperni Femme (First Collections Prize).
Winner of a 2012 Spotlighting Women Documentary Awards, The Supreme Price by Joanna Lipper is showed at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival. The Kering Foundation promotes the Premiere of the film. It tells the story of Hafsat Abiola – also CHIME FOR CHANGE Advisory Board Member - who fights for democracy and women's rights in Nigeria.
The Group was among the awardees at the Global Women’s Leadership Awards Ceremony at the 2014 Summit which took place in Paris, France. A business summit, the GSW’s focuses on women’s advancement in the global economy by connecting women worldwide from all sectors – public, private and nonprofit.
Parsons The New School for Design and Kering have announced the 2 winners in the 3rd annual “Empowering Imagination” design competition: Justin Chu for his women’s ready-to-wear designs and Mijia Zhang for her unisex collection. They will be awarded an internship at one of Kering’s brands and take part in a closed mentoring session with Style.com. Honorable Mention is being awarded to Ximon Lee for his menswear collection.
Kering has been recognised as one of the “greenest” company’s worldwide by Newsweek Magazine’s Green Rankings released today, coming in fourth position in the overall Global 500 list and as top-ranked in consumer discretionary companies within the Global 500.
A radical reissue of an old tradition, the Neo-Tourbillon with Three Bridges ushers in the emblematic Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon into a new era of design and mechanical three-dimensionality. Experience this iconic piece as well as Girard-Perregaux's new collections presented at Baselworld.
Two years after the Group’s commitment to a series of 2016 Sustainability Targets, Kering has published a Progress Report detailing the environmental & social efforts of our journey to date.
The Group has formed two partnerships with the famous Chinese university: one executive education programme with Tsinghua and HEC Paris to support talent development in China and, the second with the Tsinghua Foundation to provide students and young creative talents Chinese means to succeed.