COPENHAGEN — Hennes & Mauritz is setting out to achieve a 100 percent “circular” and renewable business model — an ambitious vision, said the group’s environmental sustainability manager, Cecilia Strömblad Brännsten, who notes it’s too early to have all the answers.
Circular economy was the term of the day across all panels at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit as brands have become increasingly conscious of their environmental impact.
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“As long as [companies] are peopled by humans, there’s always that opportunity [for authenticity.] When that doesn’t happen, it’ll hurt your [brand],” he says. “We’re human beings. Human meaning flesh, being meaning spirit. As long as we have that, there is the opportunity for growth and elevation.” — Pharrell Williams, WWD Original.
The Paris men’s calendar just gained another heavy hitter: Celine will stage a show in January, mere months after creative director Hedi Slimane launched its men’s wear division during a coed show on Sept. 28. 📸: @thekateowen
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