Kering, only over 18 on the catwalk

Kering, only over 18 on the catwalk

The group, “further progress in the commitment to all women in the world”

 

Kering takes a step forward in the protection of models and models. From the autumn-winter 2020/1 fashion shows the group will only employ over-18s for fashion shows or photos where adults must be represented.
“The paper on work and wellness relations of the models developed by Kering and LVMH in 2017 has already led to progress in the luxury sector, in particular by introducing a minimum age of 16 for models.
This new step marks further progress in Kering’s continued commitment to women, “the group explains.
The French luxury group is a giant with a turnover of 13.6 billion in 2018 and over 63 capitalization on the stock exchange, and has ‘in the guts’ fashion brands such as Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga or Alexander McQueen.
Together with the maximum weight Lvmh represents one of the major poles of the sector in the world.