It’s all about Gucci at Kering these days, as the French-controlled conglomerate posted a brilliant set of first half results Thursday night, the majority of the good news very much due to the Florentine marque.
French luxury group Kering delivered a forecast-beating rise in first-half operating profit on Thursday reflecting a continued revival of its biggest brand, Gucci, and a strong showing by Yves Saint Laurent.
Anglo American's diamond unit De Beers is open to buying new assets at the right price, its chief financial officer said on Thursday, after the unit reported a 3 percent increase in underlying earnings.
Titled “There’s Only One,” the jewelry brand’s Fall 2017 ad campaign brings together a mix of stars, including Zoë Kravitz and Elle Fanning. The ads are the company’s first campaign since Reed Krakoff joined the brand.
The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the EU has confirmed luxury goods manufacturers can prohibit their authorised retailers from selling products on third-party platforms such as Amazon or Ebay.
Traffic was moderate but the mood ebullient at Pure London, the fashion trade show which this season focused on interplanetary travel, exotic ethnic designs and techy sportswear. The three-day show ended Monday night.
British jewellery retailer Astley Clarke has seen its international revenue soar by 367% and account for up to 40% of sales each week after partnering with Global-e to boost its international e-commerce offering.