After a day of rumors suggesting a merger between British heritage brand Burberry and U.S. fashion label Coach, sources have come out denying an acquisition.
Switzerland’s Jaeger-LeCoultre and Australian designer Marc Newson have pooled their watchmaking and design expertise to rework the horologist’s Atmos Clock.
New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the theme for its annual Costume Institute exhibition and Met Gala scheduled for May 2017.
Home interiors brand Schumacher has partnered with shelter publication Cabana magazine on a project that marries raw material with editorial content.
Italian fashion label Marni’s founding designer Consuelo Castiglioni has announced she is leaving the brand.
It is no secret that luxury brands have struggled to make the online leap to ecommerce. The biggest hurdle? The fact that the luxury in-store experience – of personalized service, insider knowledge, exclusive access – is so strong. It is luxury’s biggest selling point. But it is also the most difficult aspect to replicate online, where everyone – and anyone – can access it.
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As Amazon continues to threaten department stores, luxury retailers are fighting back by intertwining purchasing options with editorial content, according to a new report from L2.
Online retailer Mr Porter is bringing back its past recommendation column by tapping the most popular and knowledgeable social influencers with an emphasis on travel, dispensing advice on the best services, products, dining and experiences.
British department store chain Selfridges is urging consumers to press pause this holiday season to reconnect with themselves and loved ones.