French fashion house Saint Laurent has lost a lawsuit brought up against fashion label Zadig & Voltaire.
Online auction house Auctionata/Paddle8 has launched a live shopping program dedicated to collecting fine timepieces.
Department store group Neiman Marcus has appointed Carrie Fisher as senior vice president, chief marketing officer.
Bricks-and-mortar department stores have failed to catch up to pure-play online retailer Net-A-Porter, with the ecommerce site outperforming them in online operations, according to new research from ContactLab and Exane BNP Paribas.
French menswear brand Berluti is showing it knows what girls want with the debut of its first women’s capsule collection.
Consumers visited luxury brand Web sites a total of 185.2 million times in the last 12 months, a decrease of 11.2 percent year-over-year, according to a new report from PMX Agency.
Technology-driven retailer Swoonery is looking to squash the challenges of purchasing fine jewelry online with the launch of its first mobile application.
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Department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue has revealed plans to open its first Quebec location in 2018.
Seven percent of personal luxury goods sales are made via ecommerce today, but online retail will represent 12 percent of the luxury market by 2020, according to projections from the Boston Consulting Group.