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Hearst fue nombrada para la dirección artístiva de la marca francesa [[Chloé]] en diciembre de 2020.<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/07/fashion/gabriela-hearst-chloe.html</ref> Además, diseñó el atuendo de la [[Primera dama de los Estados Unidos|Primera Dama]] [[Jill Biden|Dr. Jill Biden]] para la [[investidura presidencial de Joe Biden]]: un vestido de [[Marfil|color marfil]] con [[Bordado|bordados]] de cada una de las 50 [[Anexo:Flores de los estados de EE. UU.|flores de los estados de EE. UU.]].<ref>{{Cite web|last=Guy|first=Zoe|date=2021-01-21|title=First Lady Jill Biden Looks Chic in White at the Virtual Inauguration Concert|url=https://www.marieclaire.com/fashion/a35272548/jill-biden-outfit-inauguration-night-2021/|access-date=2021-01-21|website=Marie Claire|language=en-US}}</ref>
 
== Sustentabilidad ==
OnGabriela FebruaryHearst 14,presentó su primer [[Pasarela (moda)|desfile de moda]] en el [[refectorio]] del High Line Hotel de [[Manhattan]] en febrero de 2017,<ref>{{cite web|title=Gabriela Hearst Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2017 New York|url=https://nowfashion.com/gabriela-hearst-ready-to-wear-fall-winter-2017-new-york-21116|access-date=2017-05-01|website=NOWFASHION|language=en}}</ref> Gabriela Hearst presented its first runway show at the Refectory of the High Line Hotel.<ref name=":11" /> The [[Angela Davis]]–inspired collection,<ref name=":16">{{Cite news|last=Iredale|first=Jessica|date=2017-02-14|title=Gabriela Hearst RTW Fall 2017|language=en-US|work=WWD|url=http://wwd.com/runway/fall-ready-to-wear-2017/new-york/gabriela-hearst/review/|access-date=2017-04-27}}</ref> whileque, luxuriousaunque lujoso, hadse adestacó non-wastefulpor un enfoque opuesto al derroche de approachrecursos.<ref name=":11" /> TheLa catwalkpresentación showse wascentró aimeden atuna minimizingpolítica thecontraria environmentalal wasteuso throughdel aplástico no-plasticcomo policyforma de minimizar el impacto ambiental,<ref name=":7">{{cite web|last=Ellison|first=Jo|date=2017-02-15|title=Gabriela Hearst debuts on the New York show schedule with a smart new take on luxury|url=https://www.ft.com/content/b84c3d68-f310-11e6-95ee-f14e55513608|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=|website=Financial Times}}</ref> furnisheden withel pewsque andel chairslos borrowedasientos fromprovinieron herde homela andcasa office.y Cashmerela pillowsoficina forde guestsHearst. wereLa knitted[[organización byno the nonprofit organizationlucrativa]] [[:es:Manos del Uruguay|Manos]] delconfeccionó Uruguay[[almohadones]] fromde excess[[casimir]] yarncon fromhilos hersobrantes previousde collectioncolecciones anteriores, para uso de los asistentes al desfile,<ref>{{Cite news|last=Magazine|first=Wallpaper*|date=2017-02-15|title=Gabriela Hearst A/W 2017 {{!}} Fashion {{!}} Wallpaper* Magazine|work=Wallpaper*|url=http://www.wallpaper.com/fashion/fashionweeks/womenswear-aw-2017/new-york/gabriela-hearst-aw-2017|access-date=2017-04-16}}</ref> andmientras sevenque setssiete ofconjuntos clothesde wereropa madese withconfeccionaron con tejidos existingy fabricsmateriales andya materialsexistentes.<ref name=":11" />
 
Con la colección otoño/invierno 2018, Hearst se convirtió en la primera marca en presentar [[bioplástico|bioplásticos compostables]] en el [[embalaje]] de todos sus productos,<ref>{{cite web|title=GABRIELA HEARST|url=https://www.positiveluxury.com/brand/gabriela-hearst/|access-date=2020-06-16|website=Positive Luxury|language=en-GB}}</ref> una alternativa [[compost]]able que es capaz de descomponerse en 24 semanas, desarrollada por la startup
With FW18 collection, Hearst became the first brand to introduce compostable bio-plastics for all their packaging.<ref>{{cite web|title=GABRIELA HEARST|url=https://www.positiveluxury.com/brand/gabriela-hearst/|access-date=2020-06-16|website=Positive Luxury|language=en-GB}}</ref> A flexible alternative to plastic that can be thrown into compost to decompose in 24 weeks, developed by an Israel startup calledisraelí TIPA Sustainable Packaging.<ref>{{cite web|last=Corp|first=TIPA|date=2018-03-08|title=TIPA Technology Expands Gabriela Hearst’s Sustainability Message Off the Runway|url=http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/03/08/1418398/0/en/TIPA-Technology-Expands-Gabriela-Hearst-s-Sustainability-Message-Off-the-Runway.html|access-date=2020-06-16|website=GlobeNewswire News Room}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Freeman|first=Liam|date=2019-10-14|title=Gabriela Hearst on eco-conscious fashion for indomitable women|url=https://www.vogue.com.au/fashion/news/gabriela-hearst-on-ecoconscious-fashion-for-indomitable-women/image-gallery/23ce34e192eb173d66c11df1388c12fe|access-date=2020-06-16|website=Vogue Australia|language=en}}</ref>
 
Para la colección primavera/verano 2020, Gabriela Hearst fue la primera marca en poner en escena una moda con [[neutralidad de carbono|huella de carbono cero]]. En colaboración con la firma Bureau Betak y la consultora internacional EcoAct, Gabriela Hearst logró reducir la [[huella de carbono]] de su presentación.<ref>{{cite web|title=Gucci And Burberry Are Now ‘Carbon Offsetting’ – But What Does It Mean And Does It Actually Work?|url=https://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/what-is-carbon-offsetting|access-date=2019-09-25|website=British Vogue|language=en-GB}}</ref> Ello fue posible mediante la contratación de [[Modelo (moda)|modelo]]s que no tuvieron que utilizar vuelos comerciales, la utilización de servicios de cáterin que ofrecen comida local y estacional, y la reducción en el uso de tecnología tras bastidores.
 
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== Sustainability ==
On February 14, 2017,<ref>{{cite web|title=Gabriela Hearst Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2017 New York|url=https://nowfashion.com/gabriela-hearst-ready-to-wear-fall-winter-2017-new-york-21116|access-date=2017-05-01|website=NOWFASHION|language=en}}</ref> Gabriela Hearst presented its first runway show at the Refectory of the High Line Hotel.<ref name=":11" /> The [[Angela Davis]]–inspired collection,<ref name=":16">{{Cite news|last=Iredale|first=Jessica|date=2017-02-14|title=Gabriela Hearst RTW Fall 2017|language=en-US|work=WWD|url=http://wwd.com/runway/fall-ready-to-wear-2017/new-york/gabriela-hearst/review/|access-date=2017-04-27}}</ref> while luxurious, had a non-wasteful approach.<ref name=":11" /> The catwalk show was aimed at minimizing the environmental waste through a no-plastic policy,<ref name=":7">{{cite web|last=Ellison|first=Jo|date=2017-02-15|title=Gabriela Hearst debuts on the New York show schedule with a smart new take on luxury|url=https://www.ft.com/content/b84c3d68-f310-11e6-95ee-f14e55513608|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=|website=Financial Times}}</ref> furnished with pews and chairs borrowed from her home and office. Cashmere pillows for guests were knitted by the nonprofit organization [[:es:Manos del Uruguay|Manos del Uruguay]] from excess yarn from her previous collection<ref>{{Cite news|last=Magazine|first=Wallpaper*|date=2017-02-15|title=Gabriela Hearst A/W 2017 {{!}} Fashion {{!}} Wallpaper* Magazine|work=Wallpaper*|url=http://www.wallpaper.com/fashion/fashionweeks/womenswear-aw-2017/new-york/gabriela-hearst-aw-2017|access-date=2017-04-16}}</ref> and seven sets of clothes were made with existing fabrics and materials.<ref name=":11" />
 
With FW18 collection, Hearst became the first brand to introduce compostable bio-plastics for all their packaging.<ref>{{cite web|title=GABRIELA HEARST|url=https://www.positiveluxury.com/brand/gabriela-hearst/|access-date=2020-06-16|website=Positive Luxury|language=en-GB}}</ref> A flexible alternative to plastic that can be thrown into compost to decompose in 24 weeks, developed by an Israel startup called TIPA Sustainable Packaging.<ref>{{cite web|last=Corp|first=TIPA|date=2018-03-08|title=TIPA Technology Expands Gabriela Hearst’s Sustainability Message Off the Runway|url=http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/03/08/1418398/0/en/TIPA-Technology-Expands-Gabriela-Hearst-s-Sustainability-Message-Off-the-Runway.html|access-date=2020-06-16|website=GlobeNewswire News Room}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Freeman|first=Liam|date=2019-10-14|title=Gabriela Hearst on eco-conscious fashion for indomitable women|url=https://www.vogue.com.au/fashion/news/gabriela-hearst-on-ecoconscious-fashion-for-indomitable-women/image-gallery/23ce34e192eb173d66c11df1388c12fe|access-date=2020-06-16|website=Vogue Australia|language=en}}</ref>
 
For spring/summer 2020, Gabriela Hearst became the first brand to stage a [[Carbon neutrality|carbon-neutral]] fashion. In collaboration with Bureau Betak and EcoAct,&nbsp;an international advisory council that works with businesses to address sustainability challenges, Gabriela Hearst worked on reducing the [[carbon footprint]] of her show.<ref>{{cite web|title=Gucci And Burberry Are Now ‘Carbon Offsetting’ – But What Does It Mean And Does It Actually Work?|url=https://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/what-is-carbon-offsetting|access-date=2019-09-25|website=British Vogue|language=en-GB}}</ref> This has been possible by booking models that did not have to fly, using catering services that cook with local and seasonal food, and reducing all the appliances backstage. In addition, she will be offsetting emissions by donating the energy costs associated with production to the Hifadhi-Livelihoods Project in Kenya, a country where Hearst has traveled in the past with [[Save the Children]]. The offset funds will be used to provide modern, efficient cookstoves to families in Kenya's [[Embu County|Embu]] and [[Tharaka-Nithi County|Tharaka Nithi]] counties, cutting down on wood usage and the noxious fumes that accompany it, which primarily impact women and children.<ref>{{cite web|title=Gabriela Hearst’s Spring 2020 Show To Be Carbon Neutral—An Industry First|url=https://www.vogue.com/article/gabriela-hearst-carbon-neutral-fashion-show|access-date=2019-09-11|website=Vogue|language=en}}</ref>
 
Looking forward to the future of sustainability, with SS20 collection Hearst introduced the digital identity for collections—in partnership with [https://www.eongroup.co Eon]. The digital identity connects all products with a QR Code providing each garment's origin, material, production process and carbon footprint of the product. This technology &nbsp;provides customers more transparency about the clothes and better understanding on how to recycle the products in a move toward a circular fashion economy.<ref>{{cite web|title=Gabriela Hearst is giving its spring collection a digital identity|url=https://www.voguebusiness.com/sustainability/gabriela-hearst-eon-circularid|access-date=2020-06-16|website=Vogue Business|language=en-GB}}</ref>
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