Results on August 9 showed Ralph Lauren and Capri Holdings (owner of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo) beating Q1 earnings estimates on buoyant demand for luxury as affluent shoppers shrugged off inflation.
Hot weather drove Britons to buy summer fashion, as well as outdoor goods, in July. But they also reined-in spending on foreign travel and eating out as the cost-of-living squeeze made itself felt, two surveys show.
Richemont has asked shareholders to reject a candidate from Bluebell Capital Partners as a representative of ordinary shareholders and vote against his election to the luxury group's board at its upcoming AGM.
India's biggest real estate developer DLF is evaluating a bid for a prominent New Delhi shopping mall that has a starting auction price of $366 million, according to two sources and a public notice seen by Reuters.
Kering’s unstoppable Balenciaga brand has a giant new market to target. On August 4, Reliance Brands Limited said it has signed a strategic deal with the “hottest global luxury brand” to bring it to the Indian market.
Economic activity in the US manufacturing sector expanded in July, with the overall economy achieving a 26th consecutive month of growth, its supply executives said in the latest Manufacturing ISM Report on Business.
Jonathan Koon, founder of Mostly Heard Rarely Seen 8-Bit, has teamed up with US-based Highstreet, the retail-focused web3 metaverse, to launch an experience linking traditional fashion retail with the metaverse.
Germany-based Hugo Boss on August 3 confirmed earlier preliminary figures, saying currency-adjusted Group sales increased 34 per cent in the second quarter (Q2) of fiscal 2022 (FY22) compared to the prior-year period.
The founder and largest shareholder at Italy's Tod's has decided to launch a takeover offer on the luxury shoemaker with the aim of delisting it from the Milan stock exchange, the family holding company said Wednesday.
Cosmetics giant Estée Lauder Cos Inc is reportedly in talks to acquire ultra-luxury brand Tom Ford. If it does, it could be a $3 billion deal, the Wall Street Journal said at the start of August, citing sources.
The Italian brand is opening a flagship store in Milan with a new chic and elegant design concept that it will adopt throughout its network of stores in hopes of moving upmarket, as CEO Stefano Secchi explained.