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.
Google and Burberry teamed up to create “Burberry Kisses,” a digital platform that allows users to send virtual kisses to anyone in the world.
Designer Karl Lagerfeld has released a new video and interactive game challenging viewers to snatch his famous glasses.
Taiwanese-Canadian designer Jason Wu has been appointed artistic director for womenswear at Hugo Boss.
China may start levying taxes on an increasing number of luxury goods as part of the country’s efforts to push forward economic reform.
The popular Chinese holiday destination of Sanya, on the island of Hainan in the South China Sea, is set to boast the world’s largest duty free complex.
New statistics reveal that the demand for personalization in the ultra luxury car segment is not only a growing trend but is one being driven by Middle Eastern clients.
A new website unveiled this week by Alexander McQueen features expanded e-commerce and “a more cohesive vision.”
Selfridges is to launch a new service allowing customers to order goods online then simply drive-thru to collect them without having to exit their car.
Saudi Arabians have emerged as the highest rollers when it comes to global travel, spending an average of about $6,670 USD per trip.
Veteran designer Reed Krakoff has announced he will be leaving American fashion and accessories label Coach.
Heart Media Group, a leading magazine publisher in Singapore, has been acquired by a new media holding company led by our friends Mr Olivier Burlot and Mr Julian Peh.
Monaco plans to expand its tiny territory by building a six hectare peninsula into the Mediterranean, the city-state’s monarch Prince Albert announced Friday.
Vera Wang called off the fitting fee policy at her Shanghai store, less than two months after it was established at the newly opened store.
Victoria Beckham’s fashion empire got a little bigger yesterday with the launch of her e-commerce site, victoriabeckham.com.
Bridal gown designer Vera Wang recently opened her first Chinese boutique, and brides are being charged to even try on the gowns.
PPR will change its name to Kering to cap the company’s transformation into a luxury and sporting goods specialist.
China’s Spring Airlines Co., the nation’s biggest privately-owned carrier, is planning to start selling cars onboard its aircraft.