Global markets shuddered on Monday with sell-offs abounding, but pulled it together on Tuesday and Wednesday. Will the uncertainty in Ukraine and the straining of international relations impact luxury brands for the long-haul?
French automaker Bugatti is unveiling the fourth model in its Legendes de Bugatti series at the Geneva Motor Show March 6-16 that honors the founder’s brother, Rembrandt Bugatti.
The luxury towers sprouting along West 57th Street in New York have earned the awe of luxury consumers and the ire of local residents.
British powerboat maker Hunton is bringing its wares to the United States market to familiarize consumers with its heritage and meet the growing demand for bespoke luxury products.
Kering’s profits plummeted and its debt rose in 2013, but the conglomerate’s luxury restructuring has already begun to pay off.
No driver likes to learn that his vehicle is at risk of combusting, especially if it is a new trophy car, but drivers of the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 may find subsequent solace in the brand’s diligence.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is heeding the growing interest in customization by improving its bespoke capabilities.
Italian automaker Lamborghini is continuing efforts to expand its work force and improve the labor environment following its reception of the Top Employers Italia 2014 Certification.
U.S. apparel brand Ralph Lauren has created a new position, president of Ralph Lauren Luxury Collections, to oversee the global expansion of its luxury business.
Italian menswear label Ermenegildo Zegna Group has entered into a 10-year licensing agreement with Italian eyewear manufacturer Marcolin to expand the fashion brand’s eyewear business.