The luxury French fashion brand Saint Laurent will stop designing clothes using fur from next year, its parent company Kering has said. Another Kering brand, Brioni, would also be fur-free by the ...
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Saint Laurent to ban use of fur in 2022. We do it out of conviction, for the sake of ethics and modernity. The fashion house's parent company, Kering, says all its brands will be fur-free by ...
French high-end fashion brand Saint Laurent will stop using fur in its collections from next year, its parent company Kering said on Friday, joining a growing list of global companies. Kering ...
French high-end fashion brand Saint Laurent will stop using fur in its ... Gucci was the first of Kering's houses to ban fur from its range in 2017. In 2019, Kering published a set of animal ...
The French holding group Kering has announced that from autumn 2022 all its brands will stop using natural fur in their ...
Yves Saint Laurent and Balenciaga -- announced on Friday that it's banning the use of animal fur across all companies beginning next year. Kerig said the ban will take effect in time for its fall ...
French high-end fashion brand Saint Laurent will stop using fur in its collections from next year ... Milan became the first city in the country to ban smoking in many open-air public places such as ...
Just four year after Kering ‘s mega-brand Gucci has made the promise to never use fur in its products ever ... However, it left Saint Laurent and Brioni last to make the change.
Many of Kering’s brands, including Gucci and Balenciaga, have already stopped using fur over the past few years, so the announcement is most pertinent for Saint Laurent and menswear brand ...
The group’s houses include Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Saint Laurent. They have phased out fur in recent years. But Friday's company-wide ban closes the door to its use in the future, even in ...
PARIS, Sept 24 (Reuters) - France’s Kering (PRTP.PA) will stop using animal furs in all its collections, joining a growing list of luxury fashion houses to respond to customer demands for ...