LVMH Annual Report


LVMH wants all its employees to embrace its environ- mentally friendly approach. In September 2017, to mark the 25th anniversary of its Environment Department, the Group officially presented its aims for 2020 to the teams at an event inParis entitled “Future LIFE”. In 2018, theGroup hosted a second edition of this event in Japan on May 30. Like the first, it explained to the 250participants howLVMH intends to continue its long-standing commitment to pre- serving natural resources and fighting climate change. — MAY 2018 A NEW EDITION OF THE LIFE IN STORES AWARDS LVMH launched LIFE in Stores to encourage environmen- tal excellence at its Maisons and recognize the stores with the best energy performance. The latest innovations in this field were presented at the second edition on May 16 and 17, 2018. At the event’s closing ceremony, sevenMaisons – Celine, Louis Vuitton, Loro Piana, Guerlain, DFS, Loewe and Sephora – were recognized for their efforts. More than just a prize, the LIFE inStoresAwards are a source of inspiration for others within the Group, since they open up new avenues in areas as diverse as building insulation, discreet lighting, consumption management and air purity. After drawing up the Charter on Working Relations with Fashion Models and Their Well-Being in consultation with Kering, and having it signed by magazines Elle and Version Fémina, in February 2018, the LVMH Group launched This website is an inte- gral part of the drive for empowerment, transparency and emancipation initiated by the Charter. It reminds models of the commitments made by both groups to ensure their well-being and the quality of their working relations during runway shows and fashion shoots. also provides models with useful information, good practices and advice from experts. — FEBRUARY 2018 LAUNCH OF WECAREFORMODELS.COM

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