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Lanvin’s new online store

After its recent store openings in Los Angeles, Milan and Beijing, Lanvin has launched its new European e-Lanvin store. Lanvin’s dynamic style, the spirit of Alber Elbaz, and the creative wealth of its collections are showcased in this new e-store. Indeed, Lanvin delights in so many ways. As a first stop, visitors should enter the [...]

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Tokyo’s fashion stores slowly reopen

According to local and international media, Tokyo‘s fashion business is gradually getting back to usual. After the earthquake hit Japan on March 11, many brands including Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Cartier acted to bring some of their executive staff back to their home countries and closed local boutiques. News outlets including WWD and Racked now [...]

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Beijing targets luxury ads amid wealth gap

Beijing has banned outdoor advertising that promotes high-end lifestyles as the government seeks to ease public concerns about the country’s widening wealth gap. Businesses Have been given an April 15 deadline to rectify such ads, along with any that excessively promote “foreign” things. It gave no details on which “foreign” things were deemed objectionable. Such [...]

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Luxury goods lead rise in duty-free spending

The amount we spent on duty-free increased 13 percent last year with much of the growth coming from increased consumption of luxury products. The global duty-free and travel retail market was up by $4.5 billion, reaching a whopping $39 billion in 2010. The increase was particularly marked in luxury goods, suggested Generation Research, which saw [...]

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LVMH to Acquire Jimmy Choo?

LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, the world’s largest maker of luxury goods, seems to be having an inspirational spring shopping time. Just one week after sealing the deal to acquire Italian jewelry house Bulgari, LVMH joins the race for the celebrities’ shoemaker, Jimmy Choo. As Sunday Times reported this weekend, the shoe brand, founded [...]

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Western luxe brands turn to China’s Twitter, Weibo

Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, and Burberry are testing the Chinese microblogging service Weibo to research their most promising market of the future from the inside. The platform, which grows at 10 million users per month, has been attracting an elite of Western luxe brands over the past month, testing ideas for campaigns or other projects [...]

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