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Respect and consideration for individuals figure at the very heart of my vision of fashion. This initiative is completely consistent with my own journey at Dior and I’m both pleased and proud to be a part of it. I believe it is absolutely essential that key players in the fashion industry drive fresh momentum and support actions with positive impact for society as a whole. Fashion models are young, like my own daughter and son, and I feel great tenderness towards their dreams and expectations.
Maria Grazia Chiuri
Artistic Director of women’s collections, Christian Dior Couture
It is fundamental in the fashion industry that we treat models with respect. The reality is that everybody that is a part of this community has to be accountable, we have to work together as a team, and that includes the houses, the designers, the business people, the agencies, the models themselves and the families that support them. We as an entire community working in the fashion industry must be responsible on every level to look out for each other and keep each other safe.
Stella McCartney
Artistic Director, Stella McCartney

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As Chairman and CEO of a Maison, I have a responsibility to ensure the best working environment for our staff and the people who work with us. I am convinced that the charter on the well-being of models will have a positive impact on the entire fashion industry.
Pietro Beccari
Chairman and CEO, Christian Dior Couture
The Kering/LVMH Models Charter is a major step forward in ensuring that no young female or male model will ever face a situation that puts their psychological or physical health at risk. Any initiative that gives a voice to people who are fighting for their dignity, respect and protection, has the admiration and support of Pomellato. That is why I personally support the Kering/LVMH Charter - and will ensure that we achieve its goals.
Sabina Belli
CEO, Pomellato Group

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Respect for people is at the heart of what Gucci stands for as a brand and as a company. Being in an industry with significant social and cultural influence, we have the opportunity and responsibility to lead by example. We therefore welcome the Kering-LVMH Charter for the Wellbeing of Models as it establishes the conditions that create an appropriate working environment where all models are treated with care and dignity across the industry.
Marco Bizzarri
President and CEO, Gucci
Louis Vuitton has always been attentive to the well-being of its people. Without the relationships anchored in confidence and listening that we maintain with our artisans, models and employees we would not be able to continually innovate and invent the future.
Michael Burke
Chairman and CEO, Louis Vuitton

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Balenciaga is fully committed to the principles of the Kering/LVMH Models Charter. We want to set new standards for the working conditions of models and to make positive changes across the board.
Cédric Charbit
CEO, Balenciaga
Bottega Veneta has always been very conscious of the health and well-being of its employees and team members, who work hard to support its global success. For us, it is therefore only natural to support the Kering/LVMH Charter on the working relations with fashion models and their well-being.
Claus-Dietrich Lahrs
CEO, Bottega Veneta

I like that this new charter is a practical, hands-on approach, providing internal teams and the agencies we work with a set of straightforward measures to provide a pleasant, healthy working environment to models. It reflects in a very concrete way our commitment to make models feel consistently welcome, cared for and respected.
Pascale Lepoivre
CEO, Loewe
Ensuring the well-being and respecting the dignity of the fashion models who work with Parfums Christian Dior is an important priority for us. These are fundamental values in which we strongly believe. The creation of this Charter commits us to respecting these principles and above all to being even more vigilant in the future.
Claude Martinez
Chairman and CEO, Parfums Christian Dior

It’s a healthy sign that the profession is finally showing awareness. We’ll be able to transform the system if we all work together.
Erin Doherty
Editor in Chief, ELLE
At a time when aggression towards women’s bodies is finally being denounced without taboos, these indispensible commitments honor and unify the everyone who works in fashion.
Catherine Roig
Editor in Chief, Version Fémina