News for the History, the three headlines to remember this week:

by Maje Pérez-Ramos
  1. Kering bans the use of fur across all its brands. Read in this article by Vogue Business Rachel Cernansky, the thoughts of Marie-Claire Daveu, Chief of Sustainability and International Affairs at the Kering group on this historic statement and its implications for the industry.
  2. As part of Milan Fashion Week, Versace and Fendi presented a “secret” hybrid show, a type of collaboration never seen before between two luxury brands. An extravaganza of logos, fretwork, Fendi F’s, medusae, gold and prints. Italian glamour as we have never seen it before. The models and the front-row rose to the occasion. Read Luke Leitch’s report on the show for Vogue America here and Mayte Salido’s one for Vogue Spain here.
  3. LVMH announces that plans to hire 25,000 young people under 30 by the end of next year. In this article by Sheena Butler-Young for BoF, the journalist analyses the reasons behind the French luxury giant’s unprecedented initiative, that goes by the name #CrafttheFuture.


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