This week, the question was more pressing than ever as a US presidential election, which has dominated the divided country’s cultural conversation this year, approached an end.
The family-controlled French giants are well positioned to further dominate the luxury fashion sector. But neither can afford to ignore the threat of disruption.
To support the fight against Covid-19, European fashion companies have been doing everything from producing hand sanitiser to building new hospital wings. What’s driving these wartime-like efforts?
The chairman and CEO of Kering's fixed salary will be cut by 25 percent until the end of 2020.
The rivalry, more than two decades in the making, has defined the modern luxury industry and shows no signs of ending.
One of the world’s biggest luxury brands is paying for its cultural insensitivity — and trying to change.
In a high-octane gathering of senior executives, the French luxury conglomerate mixed updates on its environmental progress with thinly veiled criticisms of its rivals.
Carbon offsets are a tempting solution to fashion's climate problems, but they're no quick fix for the complex challenges facing the industry.
The French luxury conglomerate will offset all the emissions it cannot avoid, following steps taken by its biggest holding, Gucci, earlier in September.
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Thirty fashion companies, including Chanel, Prada and H&M have joined the initiative spearheaded by François-Henri Pinault, at the request of French President Emmanuel Macron.