In a surprise move, the Kering award went to Mrs. François-Henri Pinault.
The Sunday Times of London has published its annual rich list, with a handful of fashion, retail families landing in the top 25.
The five-day virtual event is meant to generate discussion, engagement and action.
Kay Unger never visited the set where Rose Byrne, Tiffany Haddish and Salma Hayek emulated beauty industry executives.
The Kering ceo said companies should not be afraid to “take bold public positions on certain very important societal topics.”
The French luxury group is expanding its Women in Motion program with the aim of promoting the recognition of women photographers.
François-Henri Pinault, head of the French luxury group, spearheads efforts to make it a leader in the field of corporate social responsibility.
Guests included New Wave director Agnès Varda, who revealed she sends Alessandro Michele photos of “exceptional potatoes.”
Environmental artist Anne de Carbuccia explored the man-made damage on the oceans in her first short film, while Martha Fiennes combined artificial intelligence and pictorial art in “Yugen” with Salma Hayek as the protagonist.
Salma Hayek won the 2018 Franca Sozzani Award.
Carrozzini said his virtual reality film is a “harsh exposé” on fashion’s effects on the environment.