A standout performance by LVMH’s fashion and leather goods business boosted third-quarter sales growth, it said on Tuesday, offering an encouraging sign for a luxury goods sector gripped by fears of a slowdown in China.
Investors in jewellery maker Pandora need to be patient as it adapts its trademark charm bracelets for today's more simple tastes while expanding in areas such as necklaces and rings, its design head told Reuters.
After 30 days of shows that began on the Bund in Shanghai with Tommy Hilfiger and ended in Paris in the Louvre with Louis Vuitton, we rate the 12 most beautiful and influential shows of the international season.
Looks like Nicolas Ghesquière may, finally, be about to open his own fashion label. Though perhaps not next season. This weekend on French TV, he suggested creating his own brand was “much closer to reality.”
As more and more surveys show that consumers expect the retailers they buy from to do some good in the world, it’s interesting that Net-a-Porter has launched a charity area onsite with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Harrods is clearly not suffering from the cloud hanging over many of its sector peers further down the price chain and like luxury rivals Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, luxury and tourist spending has sent profits up.
A pink diamond weighing in at almost 19 carats is set to go on tour before being auctioned in Geneva and could fetch a record price of between $30 million (£23 million) and $50 million, Christie’s announced on Tuesday.
There are few more fertile imaginations in European fashion today than Marine Serre. Her clothes are hybrid and experimental; don’t really follow mainstream trends and were shown with zest and novelty Tuesday in Paris.
As Indian authorities attempt to move along discussions with UK authorities over the extradition of Nirav Modi, British authorities have informed India that details of proceedings may be shared with Modi himself.