After many years of academic and creative collaboration, LVMH is taking its relationship with Central Saint Martins to a new level in 2017, creating a new programme with the renowned art and design school. The partnership will promote creativity, nurture young talents and identify disruptive solutions to address sustainable development and innovation in luxury. "We are very pleased to launch such an inspiring programme on sustainable innovation in luxury, fueled by our numerous and successful past collaborations and creative projects with Central Saint Martins," said Chantal Gaemperle, Group executive vice president Human Resources and Synergies.
The inauguration of the LVMH & Central Saint Martins 'Sustainability & Innovation in Luxury | Fostering Creativity' programme was marked by a full agenda of events at the London campus focused on students and their careers. A round table discussed the vision for the future partnership with panellists. Carole Collet, the new CSM LVMH director of Sustainable Innovation, will lead the collaboration between LVMH and CSM, developing a curriculum to embed sustainable innovation across disciplines and create ambitious projects with LVMH Maisons. (RR)
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