Surplus leather and exceptional fabrics from the seventy-five LVMH houses will now be given a second life! The group has just launched Nona Source, a unique platform designed by its three employees, Marie Falguera, Anne Prieur du Perray, and Romain Brabo, to revalue its stocks of high-end textiles and leather, allowing young designers to acquire them at a lower price.
The unused materials are listed and presented with the help of photographs, allowing buyers to appreciate their quality and rendering. Evaluated by fashion experts, these scraps can be purchased by the roll, by the skin, or by the panel. This innovative and entirely digital marketplace is in line with the environmental approach of the LVMH group, which last year launched its LIFE 360 program (LVMH Initiatives for the Environment).