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Kering named most sustainable luxury fashion firm

Brand house Kering has been named the most sustainable textile, apparel and luxury goods corporation in the Corporate Knights’ Global 100 index.

The business, which owns brands including Gucci, Saint Laurent and Stella McCartney, came first in its own industry and 47th overall.

Marie-Claire Daveu, chief sustainability officer and head of international institutional affairs of Kering, said: “A criterion in all business decisions, traversing all departments and areas of our supply chain, we consider sustainability to be the Kering seal of savoir-faire. Inclusion in Corporate Knights’ 2018 Global 100 as the most sustainable corporation in the textile, apparel and luxury sector, is thus truly an honour for Kering, and a source of motivation to continue our pursuit of a more sustainable luxury.”

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