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Crafting tomorrow's Luxury: 3 years in our sustainability strategy

Kering is sharing its Sustainability Progress Report during the ChangeNOW Summit. The report outlines the projects and progress achieved since 2017 as part of Kering’s 2025 sustainability strategy.

Sustainable gold, unspoilt nature

In French Guiana, Kering is supporting a pioneering project: the 100% reforestation of a mining site where gold extraction is carried out without mercury or chemicals.

Kering 2025 : Crafting Tomorrow's Luxury

Today, we are opening a new chapter in our journey to craft a more sustainable luxury by 2025. More than ever before, we will CARE about our impact on the planet, on climate, on natural resources; COLLABORATE for the good of our employees, suppliers, clients; CREATE pioneering ideas to safeguard our rich heritage, and empower future generations.

Kering Clean by Design

Crafting change together with the Natural Resources Defense Council and our suppliers, the Kering Clean by Design programme has just concluded its first phase at 24 of our Group’s textile mills. In addition to environmental benefits such as 100% phase-out of fossil fuels and reductions in CO2 emissions, the programme has also resulted in economic savings, closer collaboration and greater transparency within Italy’s luxury sector.

Kering supports startups with Plug and Play Fashion for Good Accelerator

As founding anchor partner of the ‘Plug and Play - Fashion for Good’ accelerator, Kering aims to fast-track sustainable innovation within the luxury industry by identifying innovative startups and supporting them in scaling-up their technologies, methodologies and business models.

2017 Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion

Take a look at the students’ projects for the 2017 Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion. As part of the 2017 Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion, Gucci and Stella McCartney set 100 London College of Fashion students a sustainability challenge from which ten finalist projects were selected. The 2017 Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion was presented to four outstanding students: Laure Fernandez and Charlie Wilkinson for Gucci; and Dianjen Lin and Jennifer Kusowski for Stella McCartney. This year’s projects showed exceptional ingenuity and a multidisciplinary approach, blending science, technology and design.