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ModaLisboa shines spotlight on Portuguese design
Faced with the challenge of creating a design scene supported by its powerful production industry, Portugal held the 60th edition of ModaLisboa, showcasing both established and emerging Portuguese brands.
PVH finishes 2022 strong with better-than-expected Q4 sales
PVH Corp. announced on Monday revenues decreased 1% to $9.024 billion for the full-year 2022, following a better-than-expected fourth quarter where sales increased by single digits for the three-month period.
Swarovski names new general manager for North America
Crystal and jewelry manufacturer Swarovski has revealed the appointment of Kolja Kiofsky to the role of general manager, North America.
Louis Vuitton opens new Brisbane flagship
French luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton opened on Friday its new Brisbane flagship store, located in the city's Queen Street Mall.
Inês Barreto and Niuka Oliveira: emerging designers recognised by Sangue Novo in Lisbon
The Sangue Novo platform held the second and last stage of its competition during the 60th edition of Lisbon Fashion Week, recognising two new designers after a fashion show in which five finalists participated.
Geneva watch show opens in throes of banking turmoil
The Geneva watch fair opened Monday buoyed by booming growth in the watchmaking industry, but insiders warily eyed the banking sector turmoil, evoking painful memories of the 2008 financial crisis.
Balmain designs haute couture collection in collaboration with Beyoncé
Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing has teamed up with the US queen of pop to create haute couture, a collection comprising 16 unique items, inspired by Beyoncé’s latest album, Renaissance.
End of the online boom? Not for Millennials says ESW report
There's been a lot of talk post-pandemic about how e-tail growth has stalled and physical shopping has recovered. But many consumers remain heavily focused on e-commerce, and Millennials are most prominent among them.
Luxury activity exploded in 2022, pop-ups were key - report
Luxurynsight has released its annual Global Luxury Brand Analysis report and found an unsurprising double-digit rise in overall activity for fashion and leather goods last year as the world 'normalised post'-pandemic.
Giambattista Valli opens Harrods pop-up
Pop-ups are proving more popular than ever this year at many levels of the market, and luxury is no exception. The latest is at one of London’s top high-end department stores, Harrods.
UK Gen Z shoppers embrace VAT-free EU spending post-Brexit
The UK may have failed to offer the hoped-for Vat-free shopping for EU tourists post-Brexit, but British tourists are taking advantage of their ability to shop tax-free within the EU, and Gen Z is leading the charge.
Once banned, now back: Iran sees timid return of neckties
For the first time, neckties, long banned in Iran as a symbol of Western decadence, are available to purchase in the nation.
Podcast: Sylvie Freund-Pickavance of Value Retail reveals secrets of luxury outlet village destinations
Sylvie Freund-Pickavance, head of Value Retail Group's global strategy, is the new guest of the LuxurynsightXFashionNetwork podcast series, telling Godfrey Deeny (in English) the secrets of luxury outlet villages.
Capri Holdings eyes China with strategic investment increase
Capri Holdings, the owner of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo, is setting its sights on China once again, with the aim to increase its strategic investment in the market.
Hudson’s Bay bans fur
Department store chain Hudson’s Bay announced this week that it no longer sells products made from animal fur.
Longchamp celebrates its spring-summer collection at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel
The French brand celebrated this Thursday, March 23, its new collection at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel. Stranger Things star, Natalie Dyer, attended the event.