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.
Porsche has officially unveileid a three-week multi sensory pop up shop in Manhattan, New York.
Versace announces the opening of a new boutique within the central Octagon of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
Marni is bringing a splash of color to Milan Fashion Week this fall with a pop-up flower market.
The Italian designer’s Frames of Life Cinema competition allows you to watch and judge a selection of short films commissioned by Armani.
Burberry is creating a special seasonal collaboration with French department store Printemps for the holidays on the theme of ‘magical Christmas journey.’
Cannes Yachting Festival 2014. Europe’s leading in-water boat show is taking place between 9 – 14 September 2014 on the glittering Bay of Cannes.
Paintings by an Indian elephant have gone on sale at a gallery in the capital, Delhi, to help raise money to protect the endangered animals.
Sam Taylor-Johnson has photographed Coco’ Chanel’s private apartments for a new exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
Vogue Italia is celebrating its 50th anniversary issue in quite an amazing fashion- with its September 2014 issue featuring 50 models.
With the setting sun glittering on the Hudson, nearly 5,000 people turned out Monday for the fourth edition of Dinner in White, dressed to the nines.
This spring and summer, London is abuzz with cultural activity and attractions ranging from art exhibits to festivals and flower shows.
Louis Vuitton is opening a pop-up space within the Dover Street Market for fashion week in the British capital.
Next weekend, shoppers in the British capital will be able to purchase the Marc Jacobs’ fragrance products without paying a single penny!