Swatch Group, the world’s leading watchmaker, said on Monday it would acquire US jeweller and watchmaker Harry Winston for up to $1.0 billion.
Danish high-end hi-fi maker Bang & Olufsen reported on Wednesday a 47% plunge in its second-quarter net profit and announced the closure of 125 stores.
Selfridges are set to launch a silent shopping area early next year to take the stress out of the January sales shopping experience.
This year Bulgari (at 57th Street) wrapped its corner building with a huge illuminated snake in honor of its Serpenti jewelry collection.
Chinese shoe brand Stella Luna has opened its first European store on the famous Boulevard Saint-Germain in the French capital.
Online fashion retailer Net-A-Porter will launch a print magazine within the next twelve months, according to the company’s CEO Mark Sebba.
Europe’s love of snakeskin fashion items could threaten the very survival of pythons, according to a report published Tuesday.
Hermès is adding its own touch of luxury to the annual “Heart” stamp collection issued by France’s postal services, La Poste.
Despite launching the all-new Aventador Roadster, Lamborghini CEO doesn’t expect an increase in the global demand for ultraluxury sports cars in 2013.
The European Commission said Friday it had no intention for the moment to ban or impose limits on perfumes or cosmetics found to cause an allergic reaction.
Luxury-goods giant LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has opened a managerial training center in Singapore, its first outside of Europe.
After more than 20 years in Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping plaza, McDonald’s is being pushed out of its location by Prada.
Currently the web’s largest store, online retailer Amazon could be on course to become the latest destination to shop luxury fashion.
Famous Parisian department store Printemps is to open a new branch in Marseille as well as a store in the Louvre Museum’s Carrousel du Louvre shopping mall.
A string of corruption scandals that pushed Beijing to crack down on bling and promote a “frugal working style” could spell bad news for the the luxe industry.
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.