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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Upcycling couture made from luxury garment

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Founded in 2018 by Philippe Guilet, the Renaissance Project guides carefully selected remunerated trainees to create an upcycled garment collection, from luxury pieces that are no longer worn.

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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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Kering conference upon biodiversity on January 28th, 2021 open to all

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In partnership with Conservation International, Kering launches the Regenerative Fund for Nature on January 28th, 2021 during an online conference, open to all upon registration.

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The Fashion Pact: Year 1

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Initiated by Kering and presented to the Heads of States on August 26, 2019 in the frame of the G7 Summit, the Fashion Pact federates today more than two hundred brands from fourteen countries. It has established a digital dashboard of KPIs on which each brand is committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2050.

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KENZO is launching a capsule collection made from GOTS certified cotton to support WWF

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KENZO designs essential garments from GOTS certified cotton, and will donate ten dollars pear each piece sold to the WWF in the frame of the global objective ''Tx2'', to protect wild tigers whose population has fall down to 3.200 animals in 2010.

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Olivier Theyskens redraws the white shirt made from GOTS certified cotton

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The maison Bourrienne launches a capsule collection designed by Olivier Theyskens from GOTS certified cotton. On next September, the maison will open an upcycling studio, where benefits of sales will be donated to a non-profit association.

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