French luxury and sportswear group Kering is starting to use its annual environmental profit and loss (EP&L) report as a tool to drive decis...
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Luxury goods group Kering is taking an innovative approach to understanding – and changing – the environmental footprint of its business by putting a monetary value on the ecological impact racked up across its operations and global supply chain.
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French luxury and sporting goods group PPR has revealed the first full set of green accounts for Puma - and says it now plans to roll out environmental profit and loss (EP&L) statements across all of its brands by 2015.
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German sportswear giant Adidas and UK fashion brand Burberry have both been recognised as leaders for their sustainability practices, with Hugo Boss, Kering and Gildan Activewear also receiving recognition.
French luxury goods group Kering has booked an "excellent" performance in 2016, thanks to a sharp acceleration in growth in the second half, particularly from the firm's Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci labels.
French luxury group Kering is expanding the scope of its sustainability strategy to incorporate the entire supply chain and embed sustainability at the very start of the design process.
Sportswear group Kering has become the first French company and the first luxury company to have its emissions-reduction plan approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
Leading international businesses – including apparel and textile companies – are ill-prepared for the risk that comes from sourcing products linked to deforestation, a major cause of climate change, a new report claims.
Kering-owned luxury sports and lifestyle fashion brand Volcom has partnered with Italian yarn maker Aquafil to launch a women's swimwear collection made using a fibre derived from 100% regenerated nylon waste materials.
French luxury and sportswear group Kering is to help launch a new design curriculum aimed at teaching students about the environmental impacts of their creations as part of its long-standing partnership with The New School's Parsons School of Design.
British luxury fashion brand Stella McCartney has revealed its first environmental profit and loss (EP&L) accounts, which place a monetary value on the environmental costs and benefits of business generated by the company's direct operations and across its entire supply chain.
Three new reports published today (26 September) suggest the wild harvesting and farming of pythons is ecologically sustainable and results in socioeconomic benefits for poor households in South-East Asia.
Major apparel groups including Adidas, Gap Inc, Inditex, Gildan and Asics have been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI), putting the companies among the best-in-class sustainability performers globally.
French luxury goods group Kering has booked a "pleasing" second-half, with turnaround growth from the firm's powerhouse Gucci label boosting earnings.
French luxury goods group Kering has made significant progress over the past four years towards its sustainability targets, but admits more collaboration is required if standards and practices are to improve across the supply chain.
French luxury goods group Kering said it had a "solid" first-quarter thanks to its focus on driving organic growth and higher sales in both its luxury and sports categories.
French luxury goods group Kering has appointed supply chain executive Jean-Philippe Bailly as its new chief operating officer.
French luxury goods group Kering remains confident in its outlook, after posting a double-digit hike in annual net profit, helped by revenue growth in both its luxury and sport and lifestyle divisions.
Luxury goods group Kering is scaling up its efforts to put a monetary value on the environmental impact racked up by its operations and global supply chain – but admits the impact of raw materials has increased as its business has grown.
Adidas Group, Kering, Burberry, H&M and Gildan Activewear have all been listed in this year’s Dow Jones Sustainability Indices - ranking them among the best-in-class sustainability performers in the world.
French luxury goods group Kering has recorded sales growth for the Gucci brand for the first time in two years, but saw second-quarter earnings slide.
French group Kering has appointed Grita Loebsack as CEO of its luxury couture and leather goods' emerging brands.
Maus Frères Group (MFG) has appointed Thierry Guibert as the new CEO of Lacoste, succeeding José-Luis Duran, who is stepping down after more than five years at the helm.
Sergio Rossi president and CEO Christophe Mélard has stepped down to "follow new professional challenges" outside of the luxury footwear and accessories brand.
French luxury goods group Kering, formerly PPR, has entered into exclusive negotiations to sell La Redoute to the mail order unit's existing CEO Nathalie Balla and Eric Courteille, chief administrative officer of parent company Redcats.
Kering (formerly PPR) is stepping up investment in its luxury portfolio by entering into a joint venture with Tomas Maier to develop the US-based brand.
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Luxury goods powerhouse LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and Kering, owner of upmarket brands Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Yves Saint Laurent, both reported accelerated sales growth last week, thanks to higher demand in Europe and Asia.
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