The metamorphosis of luxury, between metaverse and environmental awareness

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Luxury in transition was the theme of the last Centre du Luxe et de la Création Summit which explored areas of luxury changes highlighted by creator and entrepreneur testimonials.

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Sustainable luxury inspire the Talents du Luxe

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The Talents du Luxe prize compare the luxury arts & crafts in nine categories, based on the creation process: audacity, well-being, elegance, harmony, innovation, invention, originality, scarcity and seduction. The contest participation is free, candidatures have to be submitted before March 15th, 2022 and the award ceremony will take place on June 7th, 2022 at the Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans in France.

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Second-hand platform of dead stocks from LVMH's houses

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It is through its incubator for new projects DARE(*) that LVMH has supported the launching of the Nona Source platform, which re-values deadstock material from the luxury brands of the group. The prices displayed on the website range between 5€ and 50€ per meter and orders can be placed only by stylists and fashion designers.

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Moët & Chandon puts in place its agroforestry programme

Moet-et-Chando-biodiversite-small.jpgMoët & Chandon is committed to creating 100 km (62 miles) of ecological corridors in the Champagne region by 2027 to diversify natural ecosystems and protect fauna and flora: named Natura Nostra, the project started in 2021.

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LVMH supports engaged art, committed to preserving coral reefs

LVMH LVMH supports La Fabrique Nomade for a unique collaboration between five creative craftsmen who live in France as refugees and the artist Jérémy Gobé: two jewellers, a ceramist, a crochet craftsman and an embroiderer have created a piece of art that depict a coral.

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Cartier and Kering launch the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030

Boucheron-Kering-small.jpgIn partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), Cartier and Kering* launch the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030 to unite the brands of the two business sectors around sustainable goals. All watch and jewellery maisons are welcome to be committed to strengthen resilience to climate change, to conserve natural resources and to encourage inclusion. 

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Kering goes fur free

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Kering stops using animal fur starting from the Fall 2022 collections. Starting with Gucci in 2017, the most notably maisons like Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Brioni and Saint Laurent, have decided to take this step. 

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