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Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Hugo Boss and luxury real estate – News briefs

July 12, 2012


Kusama retrospective is new exhibit for an old idea
The new Yayoi Kusama retrospective opening July 12 at the Whitney Museum of American Art serves as a reminder that the aggressive melding of art with fashion, what seemed to be a relatively recent phenomenon, is not really recent at all, according to the One The Runway blog.

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Burberry slowdown spurs luxury goods wobble
Burberry led luxury goods stocks lower after reporting sales that missed analysts’ estimates for a second straight quarter, fueling concern that Europe’s debt crisis and slowing growth in China are finally taking a toll on high-end demand, per Business Week.

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Hugo Boss bolsters core brand
Hugo Boss has folded its top-of-the-line Boss Selection men’s range into the Boss core brand, WWD reports.

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Developers eyeing luxury London homes are 'late to the party'
Developers of offices and shops in search of bigger profits in London's red-hot luxury housing market may have missed the boat, after a huge surge in values since 2009 showed signs of easing, property experts said to Reuters.

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