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Carlyle Group Hopes Filthy Footwear Could Fetch a Pretty Penny

Rivet’s 2021 winter issue has dropped! This in-depth issue examines the steps the global denim industry is taking to minimize its impact on the environment, from implementing zero waste production and design processes to establishing greenhouse gas emissions goals aligned with the Paris Agreement.

Grunge is back, and it carries a hefty price tag. Luxury brand Golden Goose, purveyor of the world’s most expensive dirty sneaker, is reportedly up for sale. Washington, D.C.-based Carlyle Group LP, which owns Golden Goose, is considering selling the Italian company—and it may fetch more than $1.1 billion. Bloomberg reported last week that the…

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