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Luxury products often seek to evoke feelings of timelessness, but luxury brands must adapt to an ever-changing and increasingly global market. At the New York Times’ luxury conference, François-Henri Pinault, CEO and chairman of Kering, the parent company of Gucci and other luxury brands, described how sustainability efforts and new technology shape the business.
Maureen Chiquet YC ’85, CEO of Chanel, talked with Yale Insights about bringing French design to global markets. And Chris Cabot ’97, who leads Value Retail’s luxury fashion outlets in China, discussed entering new markets.