The department store chain has announced its second watch drop program, unveiling a selection of 17 limited-edition men’s and – for the first time – women’s timepieces from a range of luxury and specialty watch brands.
The house of Etro will return to the Milan menswear catwalk season this June, after a three-season hiatus where the brand only staged presentations, in a significant boost for the Italian men's season.
LVMH is one of France’s most valuable groups, and chairman Bernard Arnault is Europe’s richest man, yet the luxury baron insisted on Thursday at the annual shareholders meeting that it's really just a family affair.
Time Magazine has named Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of the house of Givenchy, and Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli to its '2019 Time 100' list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Gucci growth is slowing but Kering is OK with that as it's still surging. Meanwhile Saint Laurent and Balenciaga are powering ahead and Bottega Veneta sales may be down, but the omens are good for Daniel Lee's designs.
Neiman Marcus has announced its acquisition of a minority stake in Fashionphile, making it the first major luxury retailer to directly invest in resale, a market segment projected to grow to $51 billion by 2023.
From May 9 through September 8, The Met Museum's Costume Institute is set to bring fashion history's greatest moments of exuberance and theatricality to life through its spring 2019 exhibition 'Camp: Notes on Fashion'.
A Swiss court has backed Swatch Group in a trademark row with Apple Inc over the watchmaker’s use of the “Tick different” slogan, which Apple had decried as an infringement of its “Think Different” advertising campaign.
Michael Kors is stepping down from his role as a director and executive officer of Capri Holdings, and will reportedly will stay on as honorary chairman and chief creative officer for his namesake brand.