Grand Seiko has gained independence from its parent company Seiko and opened its first global boutique in Beverly Hills. The Grand Seiko boutique will offer the brand's full international luxury assortment.
Outlet centre giant McArthurGlen saw sales rising fast in the last year as tourists from outside of Europe and price-conscious locals bought into its offer while higher-end new brands signed up to its malls
The brand kicked off its 35th anniversary celebration at The Theater in New York City, with special guests Ronnie Fieg and New York Rangers legend Mark Messier and musical performances by A$AP Mob and Virgil Abloh.
Farfetch is seeing fast-rising sales but its losses have widened as it continues to invest in growth and sacrifice profit ahead of an expected US IPO. That’s the main message from the accounts that were filed this week.
London lost its top spot on a list of key cities for luxury store openings this year. The new review by Savills saw Paris back in the lead this time, but London, New York and Tokyo are top of many brand wishlists.
It’s all change at LVMH, where another respected CEO in the extended group is set to leave a thriving fashion house. Simon Whitehouse, the energetic CEO of J.W. Anderson will quit the company at the end of the year.
Luxury goods group Richemont on Friday appointed Jérôme Lambert, currently head of operations, to the newly created role of chief operating officer responsible for the Swiss group's watch and fashion brands.
Richemont, the world's second-largest luxury group, said Friday it had enjoyed exceptional profit growth in the first half of its financial year as the firm moved on from a costly buyback of its high-end watches.
Hermès has feted the opening of a novel exhibition of the very particular art of its long-time collaborator, Leïla Menchari, legendary for her unique set skill. Menchari is France’s most famous window dresser.