Karl Lagerfeld is reportedly planning a major expansion in the Middle East after signing a five-year deal with the Chalhoub Group.
The first Disneyland theme park resort in mainland China is to set to get an adjacent luxury shopping compound.
A new wave of eco-ethical designers are blending high style with sustainability making green fashion utterly desirable.
According to a new report, Omega, Cartier and Rolex are in high demand among Chinese watch fans.
W Hotels has announced a “Social Media Wedding Concierge,” which costs $3,000 and available at four New York locations.
DeLux14 will be presented on Tuesday 1 April 2014 at one of Australia’s leading cultural institutions, The Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney.
LVMH’s Nowness digital platform, which creates storytelling around luxury content, has launched its first shoppable video.
The US remains Ferrari’s biggest market by a long way, accounting for almost a third of last year’s total sales of 6,922.
Here’s a novel concept coming out of the affluent hotel world: luxury meets charity.
A new Marc Jacobs pop-up shop will accept Twitter and Instagram posts instead of money.
French fashion house Chanel has acquired its long-time lamb hide provider, the French tannery Bodin-Joyeux, to secured the production of their iconic bags.
3D printed clothes could be the next big thing to hit the fashion world.
Harvey Nichols Manchester operates a secret Twitter account that tells its wealthiest customers when the most sought-after products hit the shop floor.
According to a new report on ‘Global Luxury Hotspots’ by Ledbury Research, Qatar is the world’s fastest growing luxury market.
Here are the Top 10 shopping cities in the US, according to CN Traveler readers.
Jil Sander has left her eponymous label for the third time, just nineteen months after she replaced Raf Simons. The house attributes her departure to “personal reasons.”
Salvatore Ferragamo has signed up an eclectic cast for Walking Stories: a new, eight-part, online ‘rom-com’ showcasing the brand, the first installment of which went live today.
After shuttering its first and only China store 15 years ago, the French high-end department store operator Galeries Lafayette has made a strong comeback by opening a new store in Beijing on Friday.
Burberry Group said on Tuesday its chief creative officer Christopher Bailey would become its chief executive, following the departure of its long-standing chief Angela Ahrendts to Apple.
This week, Amazon launched its Luxury Beauty store—a dedicated landing page that features various beauty products from 24 prestigious brands including Nars, Burberry and Deborah Lippman.