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Kering goes fur free

09-24-Kering-fur-free-small.jpgKering stops using animal fur starting from the Fall 2022 collections. After Gucci in 2017, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Brioni and Saint Laurent, have decided to take this step. The luxury group has a Materials Innovation Lab based in Italy, dedicated to sustainable materials research, to support the brands of the group in their development. Photo © Kering

Limited edition of edible sculptures made with honey from the Château de Chambord on sale from September 17, 2021

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The Pastry Chef Sébastien Gaudard has created a scupture in the form of a bee nest made with honey harvested from the park of the Château de Chambord. Named La Ruche (The Hive), it is on sale in a limited edition in Parisian shops of the Pastry Chef.

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Sustainable swim suits made from recycled fishing nets

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Founded in 2012 by Claire and Alix Mougenot, Luz Collections manufactures bathing suits, homewear and active wear from GOTS-certified organic cotton and Econyl.

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Rare, natural and ethic honeys from Madagascar plant species

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Ilanga Nature produces Ecocert-certified honeys in the island of Madagascar. The firm is committed to going with beekeepers and developing long-lasting fair trade partnerships.

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Outdoor accessories made of 100% recyclable material, inspired by the Tuileries Gardens

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Sarah Poniatowski has designed a full collection of pieces made of recycling material whose patterns are inspired by the Tuileries Gardens.

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Organic cognac, gin, rhum and whisky with no additives

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Vivant makes cognac, gin, rhum and whisky made of products from organic farming, and produce with no additives and no inputs.(*)

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