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.
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.
Tapestry, the owner of Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weitzman, has given Scott Roe, its current chief financial officer (CFO), additional responsibility as chief operating officer (COO) of the company.
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.
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.
Euro zone retail sales plunged more than expected in June as prices at factory gates continued to rise, data showed Wednesday, signalling a weakness in consumer demand that could herald a recession in H2.
SMCP unveiled an all-time H1 sales record with its results on the first day of August, driven by “strong momentum in Europe and Americas”, something other premium and luxury firms have also talked of.
The Italian fashion group, owner of Alberta Ferretti, Moschino and Pollini, closed H1 2022 with a gross operating margin (EBITDA) of €20.9 million and a net profit of €2.9 million, down from €13.3 million in 2021.
After recently acquiring Byredo, the Spanish group has once again reached for its wallet and acquired a majority stake in the natural cosmetics firm founded by Johana Sanint, who will remain at the helm of the brand.