The luxury conglomerate posted a better-than-expected revenue rise in third quarter revenue on Tuesday, thanks to another strong performance from Gucci even as sales growth at the thriving brand comes off recent highs.
LVMH are being very, very nice to Celine and Hedi Slimane. The group just handed over the former Dior Homme boutique on high-traffic corner of Paris' rue François 1er and rue Marignan to Celine for a new store.
Pablo Isla has topped Harvard Business Review’s list of the best-performing CEOs in the world for the second year in a row. LVMH's Bernard Arnault came in third, followed by François-Henri Pinault of Kering.
John Lewis has released its annual report on what Britons have shopped in the last year and it shows a country opting for brighter, bolder colours, embracing leopard, jumpsuits, Love Island and vegan beauty products.
North Korea imported at least $640 million worth of luxury goods from China last year, in defiance of U.N. sanctions outlawing such trade over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes, a South Korean lawmaker said.
Young designers have until 26th November to submit their applications for the fashion, photography and accessories categories of the 34th edition of the festival, which will take place from 25th to 29th April.
While House of Fraser seems to have been successful so far in saving some of its landmark stores such as London's Oxford Street and Frasers in Glasgow, it's been unsuccessful with its Manchester flagship.
The £10 million transformation of Bond Street’s streetscape has officially been completed while £50 million has also been invested on Bond Street in the past 18 months through store openings and refurbs.