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Culture and Heritage

Kering’s identity is the product of a rich and diverse history, driven by the exceptional heritage of the Houses that make up the Group and by the natural links between Art, Culture, and Heritage.

Group History

Since its creation in 1963, the Group has continually developed and evolved, ultimately becoming a pure player in Luxury in 2018. Kering is still growing today thanks to the expertise and inspiration of the Houses and the boldly creative and authentic worlds they have fashioned over more than two centuries. Kering’s identity today is the result of this unique history.
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40, rue de Sèvres

In 2016, following an ambitious renovation, Kering established its head office at 40, rue de Sèvres, an address renowned for its exceptional architecture. The Group wishes for the site, with its rich history dating back nearly 400 years, to remain accessible to all. It has therefore decided to open its doors to the public for European Heritage Days, temporary exhibitions and other events. Learn more about the restoration and events of 40, rue de Sèvres.
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