LVMH has announced a new Nona Source project. Its ambassadors are the designers Victor Veinsanto, Nancy Doyaka, Cecile Bunsen and Caroline Vitto. WWD writes about it.
As part of the initiative, designers will have access to archive fabrics from the conglomerate’s homes, which they can use to produce their collections throughout 2023. The goal of the project is to protect nature, as well as support circulation and development sustainable in the industry.
LVMH’s Nona Source is the company’s digital dead stock platform for material reuse. It provides young designers with high-quality textiles at competitive prices and was launched as part of the company’s environmental strategy.
Earlier it became known that Ruba Abu-Nima will leave the post of creative director of Tiffany & Co. The reason for this decision is not disclosed. We talk about it in more detail here.