L’Oréal’s philanthropy policy consists partly of celebrating beauty as a vector of social cohesion and inclusion, and this aspect is remarkably echoed in the photographic work of Floriane de Lassée. L’Oréal thus presented the Half the sky exhibition for the first time ever at the Women’s Forum, held in Deauville from 16 to 18 October, as a tribute to women all over the world. The exhibition proved a resounding a success, by providing a poetic and metaphoric counterpoint to the debates during the three-day forum about women’s issues in all aspects of social life, particularly in the world of business and entrepreneurship.
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