Kering launches a new podcast dedicated to fashion and the environment

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A few days after the publication of its 2020-2023 progress report on its sustainability goals, French luxury group Kering announced the launch of its new podcast.

 

Certainly content that will appeal to sustainable fashion enthusiasts. Kering, the French luxury group owned by François-Henri Pinault, announced yesterday the launch of its new podcast, “Fashion Our Future”, in collaboration with Marie Claire magazine. Divided into several episodes, it explores the links between fashion and the environment.

 

The objective? To highlight existing initiatives and innovations to meet the challenges of sustainable development and the circular economy. This new podcast also reveals the areas where efforts are still needed.

 

“Fashion Our Future takes listeners behind the scenes of the industry alongside influential figures from the fashion and environmental communities”, the group said in a statement.

 

In this five-part series, creative, passionate and committed experts will discuss and demystify the sustainable practices and revolutionary solutions that are influencing and transforming the fashion and luxury sector.

 

Experts’ interventions

 

In the first episode, available on all the usual listening platforms, Laurianne Melierre, a French journalist with a passion for fashion, welcomes two experts on biodiversity to discuss raw materials, the gateway to the relationship between fashion and nature. Helen Crowley, former Head of Sustainable Sourcing and Environmental Initiatives at Kering, and M. Sanjayan, CEO of Conservation International, discuss the different raw materials used in the industry, their impacts on nature and why changing agricultural practices is essential to preserve tomorrow’s biodiversity.

 

In the second episode, which aired last week, Andrée-Anne Lemieux, Professor at the Institut Français de la Mode, Apurv Gupta, Sustainability Future Thinker at Kering, and Camille Le Gal, co-founder of Fairly Made, discuss practices and technologies that facilitate the collection and sharing of information and how this knowledge can have a positive impact on the fashion industry.

 

Subsequent episodes will air every two weeks, again with the aim of increasing transparency in the industry and shedding light on how we can protect biodiversity, improve traceability and shape a more sustainable luxury.

 

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A few days after the publication of its 2020-2023 progress report on its sustainability goals, French luxury group Kering announced the launch of its new podcast.

 

Certainly content that will appeal to sustainable fashion enthusiasts. Kering, the French luxury group owned by François-Henri Pinault, announced yesterday the launch of its new podcast, “Fashion Our Future”, in collaboration with Marie Claire magazine. Divided into several episodes, it explores the links between fashion and the environment.

 

The objective? To highlight existing initiatives and innovations to meet the challenges of sustainable development and the circular economy. This new podcast also reveals the areas where efforts are still needed.

 

“Fashion Our Future takes listeners behind the scenes of the industry alongside influential figures from the fashion and environmental communities”, the group said in a statement.

 

In this five-part series, creative, passionate and committed experts will discuss and demystify the sustainable practices and revolutionary solutions that are influencing and transforming the fashion and luxury sector.

 

Experts’ interventions

 

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A few days after the publication of its 2020-2023 progress report on its sustainability goals, French luxury group Kering announced the launch of its new podcast.

 

Certainly content that will appeal to sustainable fashion enthusiasts. Kering, the French luxury group owned by François-Henri Pinault, announced yesterday the launch of its new podcast, “Fashion Our Future”, in collaboration with Marie Claire magazine. Divided into several episodes, it explores the links between fashion and the environment.

 

The objective? To highlight existing initiatives and innovations to meet the challenges of sustainable development and the circular economy. This new podcast also reveals the areas where efforts are still needed.

 

“Fashion Our Future takes listeners behind the scenes of the industry alongside influential figures from the fashion and environmental communities”, the group said in a statement.

 

In this five-part series, creative, passionate and committed experts will discuss and demystify the sustainable practices and revolutionary solutions that are influencing and transforming the fashion and luxury sector.

 

Experts’ interventions

 

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