This is obviously an extremely important year for the future of our country, so we reached out to thousands of design students to help us increase voter turnout. The brief was simple: “We make a statement, you make it better.”
We care about what we stand in, what we stand for, and what we stand on, and we are determined to leave a smaller footprint on the road to a sustainable future.
WE’VE BEEN ADVOCATING FOR A CURE TO HIV/AIDS FOR 35+ YEARS, AND TO BRING AWARENESS TO THE CONVERSATION THIS YEAR, WE ASKED AUTHOR, MENTOR AND SPOKESPERSON NDABA MANDELA TO DISCUSS HIS WORK TO END THE EPIDEMIC YEARS AFTER THE PASSING OF HIS GRANDFATHER NELSON MANDELA.
As part of our on-going commitment to be not just what you stand in, but what you stand for, Kenneth Cole hosted our second annual Kenneth Cole International Day of Service on September 11th, 2019.
An interview with the Kenneth Cole Footwear Innovation Fellow of 2017/18.
Supermodel and Courageous Class alum member Mari Malek, also known as DJ Stiletto, headed into the East Side headquarters of the United Nations to participate in a panel with Sustainable Development Goals (#SDGLive.
How Kenneth Cole Eyewear supports the United Nations’s goals for the survival of the planet and a better quality of life for all.
For 16 years it has been our pleasure to design and donate more than 2,400 jackets to the Sundance festival volunteers, or as we refer to them “the real stars of Sundance.”
Her Campus invited Kenneth to join other influential voices to deliver a short commencement speech for all the graduates who unfortunately didn’t receive an official graduation ceremony due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The virtual graduation ceremony was held on May 15th, 2020 and revolved around the hashtag #ImStillGraduating. If you missed Kenneth’s speech, you can watch it right here.
Our Footwear Innovation Fellows’ Shoe Debut
For the anniversary of our Mankind Hero fragrance, we partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America: the nation's largest donor-and volunteer-supported mentoring network. $2 for every purchase of limited-edition Kenneth Cole Mankind Hero (up to $60,000) will be donated to BBBSA.
The Courageous Class are determined individuals who confidently overcome life’s challenges to become inspiring role models. This month, in honor of heading back to school, we’re highlighting three people fighting to improve education.
Our partnership with artist Ben Smith encourages people to walk the talk.