This holiday season, Starbucks is giving the ultimate gift to 14 very lucky customers: Starbucks for Life.
Luxury London department store Harrods has created a special pop-up store to celebrate an exclusive capsule collection created by Valentino.
Burberry celebrates Art of the Trench in Los Angeles with a series of images captured in and around the city
Alexander McQueen is set to open in its first store in Paris next summer, a 6,458-square-foot space at 372 Rue Saint-Honoré.
For the second time in a row Dolce & Gabbana have spread their magic in Claridge’slobby by designing this year’s Claridge’s Christmas tree.
Swarovski has opened a new Milan flagship on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, one of the city’s major pedestrian shopping avenues.
Come November 18, the much talked about ‘Pradasphere’ exhibition which debuted in London earlier this May, will be staged in Hong Kong.
BUGATTI has unveiled its first lifestyle store, located on the Brompton Road in London’s exclusive Knightsbridge district.
Princess Cruises’ was joined by six members of “The Love Boat” cast during the christening ceremony for its latest newbuild Regal Princess on 5 November.
In keeping with tradition, Gucci has created a limited edition foulard for the latest Gucci Paris Masters.
BALMAIN, which has undergone a hip revival under young creative director Olivier Rousteing, is set to open a Mayfair flagship store in 2015.
The Christian Dior creative director will show the brand’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection in the Japanese capital in December.
Bubbly lovers take note: October 24 has been designated international Champagne Day.
Madrid’s Thyssen Museum opens Wednesday the first major retrospective of designs by French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy.
BURBERRY has updated and extended its flagship store in the Italian fashion capital with luxurious interiors and more digital features.
The short film explains that “the most iconic images in history, even the ones that weren’t taken with a Leica, were taken ‘because’ of a Leica.”
The Fondation Louis Vuitton takes its name from the biggest and most visible brand within Mr Arnault’s LVMH luxury-goods group, the world’s largest by revenue.
These 10 new vehicles stand out from the rest as some of the most highly anticipated, the most surprising or the most spectacular — or all three.
A Brooklyn hotel has opened a pop-up store that sells leather handbags and goods made from the same animals that were served for dinner.
Apple’s first smartwatch is coming to Paris as part of Fashion Week and for one day only will be on display at the Colette concept store.