After teaming up with Zenith, BWD adds another brand to the stable.
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As the Chinese luxury market evolves, it is getting far more complicated. It’s no longer enough to slap a luxury label on a product to get the Chinese consumer to bite. Bain takes a look at what the market’s maturation means for luxury purveyors worldwide.
— Laura Powell
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The luxury fashion house will sell its remaining fur items in an auction with the proceeds donated to animal rights organisations.
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Coach has announced its plans to change its corporate name to Tapestry due to its transformation into a multi-brand company.
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Despite a dip in European shares, LVMH showed strong results and aided in strengthening stocks within the consumer goods sector.
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As with all things, Millennials bring a new set of demands to what they expect from retail, and luxury is not immune. Here’s what’s happening and how one luxury retailer, Brilliant Earth, is responding.
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