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Day’s wrap: Richemont, Dior, CFDA, luxury fashion shows and vacation homes

April 13, 2022

Richemont's Chloé earned a B Corp certification last year, and now the conglomerate pushes forward with sustainability milestones. Image credit: Chloé


Luxury Daily’s live news for April 13:

Richemont ranks top 2pc in global ESG
Swiss luxury conglomerate Richemont has received a Sustainalytics ESG score of 10.7, ranking in the top 2 percent of 14,784 companies worldwide.

Dior taps aesthetician as beauty ambassador
France’s Dior is underscoring the importance of skincare by tapping influencer and aesthetician Sean Garrette as its newest beauty ambassador.

CFDA enters the metaverse with educational program
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has announced its first steps into Web3 with its first metaverse and NFT partnership and education program.

Fashion highlights heritage, design with upcoming shows
As the fashion industry prepares to showcase upcoming collections, brands such as Valentino, Gucci and Louis Vuitton are spotlighting history and exceptional design through noteworthy locales.

Second-home boom is dwindling: Redfin
The pandemic-induced surge in vacation home purchases is starting to slow significantly, as buyers are holding off on second homes amid rising mortgage rates and loan fees.

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