LVMH is the First French Luxury Entity to Join the Nation's Gender Equality Task Force

Whether it be at the helm of fashion’s most established brands or on the boards of the industry’s most esteemed houses, women are sorely out-numbered by men. LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has vowed to take steps to close the gap. Just over ten years after the Paris-based conglomerate, which owns Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Celine, Christian Dior, and Loewe, among other fashion and non-fashion brands, launched EllesVMH, a gender diversity-centric initiative, it has announced that it will join the French task force on gender equality.

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Demna Gvasalia Just Made a Strong Case for 3D-Printed Luxury Fashion

“Demna Gvasalia’s fall 2018 show for Balenciaga was revolutionary for fashion,” proclaimed Cathy Horyn this week. “To my knowledge, it’s the first time a major luxury brand, and one with a legacy of architectural elegance to boot, has used 3-D printing and molding technology to produce tailored coats and suit jackets.” Leave it to Demna Gvasalia to put forth one of the most markedly wearable uses of 3D printing that high fashion has seen … maybe ever.

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