Sustainability enters the debate at the Luxury and creation Summit

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Red thread of the 18th Luxury and Creation Summit, the "creative upheaval" allowed to inventory the far-reaching modifications that force luxury to reinvent itself. Several round tables have shifted the lines and luxury has demonstrated its capacity for resilience and innovation, by opening itself up to sustainability.

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Luxury accessories of yesterday and of today exhibited in London from April 25th, 2020

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The V&A Museum features luxury handbags, purses and trunk, some of which date from the 16th century. Design and making process of yesterday and of today, everywhere in the world, complement the exhibition, which opens to the future by exploring new material, including recycled plastic.

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Bunches of edible flowers to offer or to cook

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Fleurivore creates eatable bunches of flowers, sold with a recipe and a botanical drawing, detailing the edible part of the plant: the flowers are sourced locally and without chemicals.

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The future of luxury 2025, by Li Edelkoort

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Li Edelkoort, foundress of the trend forecasting studio Trend Union publishes "The future of luxury - 2025". Pioneer observer of sustainable luxury since the 80s, she decodes the colours, materials and shapes of tomorrow.

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Artisanal French bread and vegan cookies made in Paris, for gourmets

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Rodolphe et Yoshimi Landemaine revisit French traditional bakery, by offering breads, baguettes and cakes, eggs, butter, milk and cream free for vegan gourmets. All components are seasonal and purchased locally.

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Organic bespoke skincare for women of colour

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Epara manufactures serum, lotions, masks and oils comprising at least 95% organic components. The skincare range is exclusively created for black or dark skins.

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Adidas is committed to using only recycled polyester from 2024 onwards

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In 2020, Adidas uses more than 50% recycled polyester in its products and aims to produce 15 to 20 million pairs of shoes with plastic waste collected from beaches and coastal regions. From 2024 onwards, the brand is committed to reaching 100%.

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