Luxury Society’s selection of news articles that are not to be missed this week.

1. Luxury labels are going direct-to-consumer

The idea of selling fashion straight to shoppers sounds simple enough, but how often it happens today represents a big shift in retail


Read this on Quartz.


2. Why Chinese Investors are Buying into the Global Luxury Sector

Amid the plethora of brands showcasing their collections at New York Fashion Week in September, Tmall’s “China Day” offered shoppers, buyers and investors a chance to snatch emerging Chinese labels Particle Fever and Angela Chen.


Read this on Jing Daily


3. Patek Philippe's new campaign celebrates a new generation of female watch lovers

But the Swiss house’s latest women’s watch called for a new approach. "This is a product for a modern, highly capable, independent person," says Delaney. 


Read this on The Telegraph.


4. Fashion and leather goods fuel LVMH sales growth

LVMH, the luxury conglomerate behind brands like Louis Vuitton, Sephora and Moët & Chandon champagne, on Tuesday said sales jumped in the third quarter, fuelled by strength in its fashion and leather goods division even after the group had previously cautioned about the impact of the global trade war on consumer sentiment.


Read this on FT



About the author

Meaghan Corzine

Writer at Luxury Society

Before joining the editorial team at Luxury Society, Meaghan was based out of New York City writing for CBS New York and NBC Universal. A Washington-D.C. native, Meaghan also wrote for Washington Life Magazine while studying journalism at university. After moving to Switzerland in 2016, she went on to contribute to Metropolitan Magazine and CBS affiliates before joining the LS team.