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.
As part of creative director Brendan Mullane’s ongoing rejuvenation of the Italian luxury menswear specialists, Brioni has unveiled a new line of exclusive hand-crafted footwear in three classic styles:
Shang Xia, the Chinese subsidiary of Hermès International, will open its first French store in Paris’s ultra-chic Saint-Germain-des-Près neighborhood on September 12.
Kering, the luxury conglomerate formerly named PPR, announced on Friday that it had taken a minority stake in Altuzarra, the label started in 2008 by the French-American designer Joseph Altuzarra.
Gucci is the first luxury brand in Italy to join the Google Business Photos, which allows customers to explore a store space from the comfort of their own home.
Custom-made shoe moulds hanging in a sun-filled workshop are the secret behind the success of luxury Italian shoemaker Tod’s.
According to the second annual Chinese International Travel Monitor released by Hotels.com, China has now overtaken the US and Germany to become the world’s biggest travel spenders.
Amazon has launched Amazon Art, a marketplace that includes more than 40,000 works of art by the likes of Norman Rockwell and Claude Monet from over 150 galleries and dealers.
Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Gucci were the top three global luxury brands of 2013, with Fendi and Coach entering the top 10 for the first time, a study said Wednesday.
Fashionistas and business travelers with jetset itineraries and no time to pack are being offered a variety of concierge services that will pack their suitcases for them.
The number of golf courses in China reached 500 in 2010 and is expected to double by 2020, according to a China Golf Industry Report from 2011.
Christie’s, one of the two best known global auction houses, will hold its first auction in India in December 2013.
Qatar Airways has launched its flagship high-street ticket office at the iconic Harrods department store in Knightsbridge London.
LVMH, the world’s biggest luxury group has acquired 80 percent of Italian fashion house Loro Piana for 2 billion euros ($2.57 billion).
Jean Paul Gaultier will launch a new Streetwear line – called Gaultier² – for the Spring-Summer 2014 season.
Coach named Stuart Vevers as its new executive creative director to replace Reed Krakoff and help steer the handbag maker’s evolution into a lifestyle brand.