U.S. fashion label Marc Jacobs is teaming up with MTV on a special collection released just before its Video Music Awards on Aug. 28.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz’s namesake stadium in Atlanta is debuting in virtual form.
Italian fashion company Prada’s net revenues fell 13 percent at constant exchange rates in the first half of 2016, but the brand is hopeful for the future.
Appliance retailer Pirch has appointed Andrea Dorigo its new president, looking to draw upon the executive’s experience within the luxury sector.
Precision-cut crystal maker Swarovski is touting the fashionable possibilities of its elements with a personality-driven effort.
French couture house Christian Dior is making a connection between red lipstick and a playful-yet-sexy lifestyle in a feel-good film.
British accessories designer Anya Hindmarch is taking on a new role as a guest curator for auction house Sotheby’s.
Italian department store chain la Rinascente is putting a lens on Milanese street style for its fall/winter 2016 campaign.
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British footwear and accessories maker Jimmy Choo is reporting 9.2 percent revenue growth at current exchange rate for the first half of 2016, despite the difficulties currently faced by the luxury market.