Good news for art fans in the Big Apple: more European art spaces are seeking to open galleries in New York.
A movement is afoot to ’empower’ women by persuading them to wear high heels, insisting Japan’s ‘kimono culture’ has led to many women having poor posture.
The banner year enjoyed by Bordeaux winegrowers in 2015 will allow the most prestigious chateaux to hike their prices by some 60 percent.
Will Paris be the only fashion capital to resist the far-reaching changes shaking up the ready-to-wear and luxury fashion industries?
Deloitte’s annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods ranking sees LVMH, Richemont and Estée Lauder retain their places at the top of the list.
Visitors to the Printemps des Liqueurs, the industry’s annual trade fair, this month could sample tipples concocted from rose petals, tea or… how about litchis?
Seducing hyper-connected “Millennials” poses an increasing challenge for luxury brands as young, skeptical consumers force them to rethink strategies.
Join us as we look at some of the trends that made its way down the French Riviera during the film festival earlier this month.
The three-day wine trade show reveals new findings about South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Tourists flocking to the French capital will now be able shop at luxury shops that line the Champs Elysees and the Place Vendome on Sundays.
A peek into the life of the enigmatic Italian-born designer and how she challenged the norms of fashion throughout her career.
The Internet is awash in comments about yellow gowns dominating the Cannes Film Festival 2016 but there are really only four examples so far.
Yes, a new study has indicated that the height of a woman’s heels correlates strongly with the wealth of the community she lives in.
With unfavourable investment factors looming overhead, Hong Kong’s property market may pullback in residential prices in 2016.
If there is one thing to take away from the runways this season, it is that bigger is better when it comes to accessorizing.
While other houses think about tampering with seasons, Gucci decides there is no reason for menswear and womenswear to have separate shows.
According to a recently released report, Paris will supplant Hong Kong as the destination of choice for Chinese consumers snapping up luxury goods.
Creative design is transforming once forgotten neighbourhoods into highly sought after avenues, streets and boulevards. Old is being unified with the new and with that, creating a style that is shaping contemporary architecture in many of the world’s greatest cities.
Designers put up ambiguous borders in their collections this season. Here are the best bits from the recent Fashion Weeks.
Forced out of business by mass production, a family-owned bicycle-maker in Paris is back in the saddle again, this time creating hand-crafted bicycles as the on-trend luxury must-have.