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(ANSA) – PERUGA, November 07 – Riccardo Stefanelli, CEO of the fashion house Brunello Cucinelli with Federico Marchetti, Task Force Leader for King Charles’ Sustainable Markets Initiative, outlined some “significant progress” for the Himalayan regenerative fashion project at Cop 27 Living lab , which was joined by Solomeo, to make an economic commitment to support.

The event was prepared, a note explains, with a meeting at Buckingham Palace, attended by King Charles III, the new British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and more than 300 of the most important companies and associations from around the world.

The Renewed Live Fashion Lab of Himalayas – explains Brunello Cucinelli – aims to “restore the harmony of small local communities in some regions of the Himalayas with nature and the environment and at the same time, create sustainable fashion value chains”. It therefore aims to regenerate degraded landscapes and restore traditional crafts and weaving skills in order to improve local economies of cashmere, cotton and silk, and address global challenges related to climate change and biodiversity loss.

“I have always thought of humanity in the global dimension,” Brunello Cucinelli asserted. “That is why – he added – the fascination that the Himalaya Renenerative Fashion Living Lab project has in my eyes, a visionary initiative in relation to the land and the people for whom handicrafts are of vital importance, is a very humane project. I was able to participate thanks to a suggestion Your Majesty, Charles III. My childhood years, in the Umbrian countryside, peasant life made me particularly sensitive to the subject of the land and to every aspect of craft life, and I knew in vital matters the value of a sustainable environment in which I have always seen the source of everything beautiful in the great human family; and that is why I have the honor to I will be able to act concretely for the benefit of the peoples of the Himalayas.” (Dealing).

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