Hoping to target honeymooners and romance vacationers, the tourism industry in Asia is implementing more adults-only features.
Marc Jacobs is opening a pair of his BookMarc bookstores in London and Paris, joining the brand’s previous offerings in New York City and Los Angeles.
After two years of renovation work, London Fashion Week favorite Burberry has unveiled its new Regent Street store in London.
Luxury bicycles are the new darlings of the fashionable and wealthy in China, reports the Wall Street Journal China Chinese-language website.
Christian Louboutin has been battling Yves Saint Laurent in court over whether YSL infringed on Louboutin’s 2008 trademark of red-soled shoes.
Hermes said Tuesday that it has filed a legal complaint over the manner in which luxury giant and rival LVMH bought a stake in the company in 2010.
French luxury giant Hermes is to open fewer new stores over the next five years to protect its high-end image from over-exposure.
Qatar Luxury Group, owned by Qatar Foundation, is reportedly gearing up to launch its first luxury fashion and accessories brand.
Erik Wachtmeister has announced the launch of a new social networking site targeting the “top one percent” of Internet users, called Best of All Worlds.
L Capital, LVMH’s private equity arm, is in talks with leading Indian designers to create an Indian luxury house in the mould of Paris-based luxury goods company LVMH.
Chinese shoppers are increasingly buying luxury goods in mainland China, turning away from high-end stores abroad and in Hong Kong.
The first pictures have surfaced of Yves Saint Laurent’s controversial rebranding following a name change to Saint Laurent Paris.
A group of “real women and men, ranging in age from 18 to 80,” including a waiter and a milliner, posed for Lanvin’s Fall/Winter 2012 campaign.
Italian luxury label Valentino has been sold to the royal family of Qatar for an estimated $858 million.
Hedi Slimane’s first big move as creative director of Yves Saint Laurent will be to change the brand’s name to Saint Laurent Paris.
French luxury giant LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton Thursday said it bought fashion house Arnys, which makes clothes and accessories for men.
Chinese consumers will be the leading buyers of luxury goods brands by 2015, snapping up pricy items at home and abroad, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
French luxury brands launch a campaign with several European countries to fight back against the increasingly lucrative flood of counterfeit goods.
Louis Vuitton is the world’s most valuable luxury brand for the seventh consecutive year according to Millward Brown Optimor’s 2012 BrandZ study.
Paul Smith is planning to open 24 stores in China over the next five years in its second attempt at tapping the country’s booming luxury market.