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On various topics such as maternity, family, fight against disease, or personal development, Un Baiser Papillon illustrates four destinies of women who take crucial decisions to lead their lives, with lots of humanity and colours.
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On the occasion of the International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2011, the PPR Foundation invited female employees of the Group and its brands to discover the integration workshop Trevo. In the disctrict of la Goutte-d’Or in Paris, Sakina M’Sa, her team and the women belonging to the workshop welcomed the employees to customize their clothes. Discover the pictures of the workshop !
In October 2010, Amélie and Layla, both Fnac employees, travelled to the village of Boukombé, in northern Benin, on a solidarity leave. Their assignment consisted in tutoring elementary school children in reading and French speaking. Beneath the straw huts built within the school compound, the two volunteers provided personalised support to the schoolchildren, focussing in particular on learning the alphabet, syllables and sounds. Read their testimonial.
Winner of the PPR Foundation Social Entrepreneur award in 2010, the young designer Sakina M’Sa manages the Trevo Workshop. The workshop functions as a beauty and work integration program, employing women excluded from the work force in the neighborhood of la Goutte-d’Or in Paris.
In June 2010, ten PPR managers performed a business audit of the workshop, as part of their solidarity contribution required by the Leadership Development Program proposed by PPR’s UniverCité. During this experience, the idea of a collaboration between the designer and PUMA emerged. 7 months later, Sakina created a „Bleu de Travail“ version of the famous PUMA Grip Bag, partly manufactured in her Workshop.
On January 26th, during the fashion week, the determined young woman will present her new collection “Serial Frénésie”, fully created by the Trevo Workshop team.