September 24, 2012
June 27, 2012
The iconic Chanel 2.55 handbag was named after the year it was created, on February 1955. It represents the epitome of style with it's famous quilting and chains that have made it a classic & status symbol almost every woman recognizes.
June 20, 2012
Today I want to share with you this video about Sustainability and the Future of Luxury. It's based on The Deeper Luxury Report, which I read few years ago and lead me to creating this blog: Luxury goes Green.
Going Green: The Future of Luxury resumes the real concern about Fashion & Luxury Industry in a world that is trying to become sustainable. Please take the time to watch and share it!
"Luxury is not going out of style, it needs to change it's style"
June 13, 2012
June 6, 2012
The Green Carpet Challenge or GCC began in 2009 by Livia Firth, (Colin Firth's wife) when she was challenged to take sustainable style to the world's biggest red carpet events. The idea was to put the best sustainable style in the public eye.
June 1, 2012
May 30, 2012
Epona Shop Online just launched in UK! One of the first companies who got the Fairtrade mark since they opened in 2005 as suppliers of university branded clothing.
What's great about Epona is their constant pursuit of maintaining ethical style since before the green movement started, and by selling their products to universities, they make sure new generations start thinking about an ethical future.
May 25, 2012
Downtown Abbey actress, Elizabeth McGovern, attended in Cannes, the remaster version of Once Upon a Time in America which she starred when she was just 23, in an ivory certified-organic silk gown by Gucci.
May 23, 2012
May 16, 2012
May 9, 2012
PPR Group Unveils Five-Year Social, Environmental Plan for Gucci, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen Brands
PPR Group, the French multinational parent behind luxury and sportswear labels like Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and Puma, has announced a five-year plan to reduce its environmental and social footprint.
By leveraging the results of PPR’s Environmental Profit & Loss Account, an ongoing initiative to measure the combined ecological impact of its subsidiaries, the multi-tiered action plan will focus on the reduction of carbon-dioxide emissions, waste, and water; sourcing of raw materials; hazardous chemicals and materials; and paper and packaging.