After two years of renovation work, London Fashion Week favorite Burberry has unveiled its new Regent Street store in London.
Burberry‘s ultimate luxury customer service includes futuristic on-screen technology, bespoke digital signage on all floors and clever radio-frequency identification (RFID) which provides audio-visual content on selected items carrying microchips.
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Luxury bicycles are the new darlings of the fashionable and wealthy in China, reported the Wall Street Journal China Chinese-language website Wednesday.
To capitalize on this demand, Chinese fashion retailer Shanghai Tang has specially launched a limited-edition luxury fixed-gear bicycle.
French shoemaker Christian Louboutin can trademark his famous red soles, a US court ruled Wednesday, reversing a ruling that would have allowed rival Yves Saint Laurent to paint its outsoles scarlet.
Luxury retailer 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.
“This complaint relates to the terms in which LVMH became a stakeholder in Hermes International,” Hermes said.
Hermes is to open fewer new stores over the next five years to protect its high-end image from over-exposure in a retail market where being one of the most exclusive brands seems to guarantee smooth sailing through global financial turmoil.
Qatar Luxury Group, owned by Qatar Foundation, is reportedly gearing up to launch its first luxury fashion and accessories brand, announced the HuffPost on August 26.
The launch of the brand QELA will be boosted by the opening of numerous luxe boutiques around the world, starting with Doha, Qatar’s capital city by the end of the year, followed by other shops in NYC, Paris, Los Angeles, Milan, London and Tokyo.