The online personal styling service reported a 21% increase in net revenue for the first quarter on Monday and announced the appointment of Elizabeth Spaulding as its new president, effective January 27, 2020.
The house of Hermès is taking its next cruise collection abroad – and its destination is London. The first time that its women's designer Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski has brought resort on the road outside France.
John Lewis’s plan to boost menswear has taken a major step forward with the opening of its revamped Oxford Street, London flagship, with a VIP aspect, styling and grooming advice and a new fitting room approach.
Tommy Hilfiger has once again teamed up with specialist winter sports brand Rossignol for a third collection of men's and women's ready-to-wear and accessories. The creations are already available in stores and online.
The chief executive and top shareholder of Moncler played down speculation around a takeover by Gucci-owner Kering on Thursday, saying the two firms sometimes talked but that there was no deal in the works.
Continuing its efforts to align itself more closely with consumers’ appetite for fashion experiences, the BFC has revealed the two designers who will be staging public-facing catwalk shows at LFW in February.
Dubbed 'The Journey', the Canadian luxury parka maker said the flagship store set to open on Thursday in CF Sherway Gardens, in Toronto, Canada, was “designed to push the boundaries of e-commerce and retail."
In her first Métiers d'Art collection for Chanel, Virginie Viard looked to Gabrielle Chanel's iconic apartment at 31 Rue Cambon, reinventing the brand's historical codes in a much-applauded show at the Grand Palais.
The owner of Donna Karan and DKNY announced a 5.2% increase in sales for the third quarter on Wednesday, a lower than expected increase, which combined with the company’s lowered full-year guidance, sent shares tumbling.
As luxury giants continue to snap up the world’s top brands, could the latest move be Kering preparing to buy Moncler? It could be if news reports are to be believed, although neither company has commented.
Philip day’s Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group has reported higher profits and expansion in its luxury ops. The multi-brand group made net profit of £23.4m in its latest period with operating margins up to 10.25% from 8.27%.