Paul Smith: "many people look, few really see"

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PAUL SMITH: "MANY PEOPLE LOOK, FEW REALLY SEE"

An aspiring cyclist growing up, Paul Smith was never interested in fashion as a teenager. But a serious bike accident at 17 put him in hospital for 6 months, and led him to reconsider his career options. Meeting the woman who would later become his wife, Pauline Smith, who studied haute couture at the Royal College of Art, would change his life.

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Marie-Laure Djelic dans notre websérie Prof.
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Transition économique, transition sociétale, politique ou encore écologique... Et si tout cela était lié ? “Une société doit placer l’humain au coeur de son développement. Pour moi, c'est cela le vrai sens de "être libéral", rappelle Marie-Laure Djelic. Chaque semaine, dans son cours “The Great Transition”, Marie-Laure Djelic invite les étudiants de Sciences Po à interroger les transformations du capitalisme. Avec un objectif : repenser notre modèle économique pour qu’il devienne plus humain et durable.

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