Buying a Gucci bag or Louis Vuitton dress used to have snob value. Now well-heeled millennials increasingly want to know that they have social and environmental value too

There was a time in the not-too-distant past when luxury goods were associated with excess and conspicuous consumption, bringing to mind images of pin-striped currency dealers racing through the streets in bonus-fuelled Porsches and billionaires entertaining supermodels on superyachts.

One thing it definitely was not about was sustainability....

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