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

1. Calvin Klein to close luxury collections business

The American fashion brand Calvin Klein has announced that it is shutting its luxury collections business. It will instead focus on its existing categories, including denim and underwear.


Read this on The Guardian.


2. Luxury fashion continues its mission to support women

As the world turns to embrace women and push for equality, luxury brands are participating in full force for this year’s International Women’s Day to show that supporting the gender is an integral part of their businesses.


Read this on Luxury Daily.


3. How to create an authentic luxury experience for millennials

Recently, a CEO of a luxury brand asked me if I would agree that for millennials, especially in China and Asia, luxury is all about experiences, suggesting that brand, quality, and craftsmanship were not nearly as important. That in today’s digital — everything all of the time — world, it’s all about connection. 


Read this on Jing Daily.


4. Luxury Defies China Slowdown Fears

From Richemont to Kering, some of the biggest names in luxury reported strong growth in their end-of-year results, with the majority citing the Chinese market as a key driver.


Read this on Business of Fashion.


5. How What Goes Around Comes Around is attracting millennials to buy vintage

What Goes Around Comes Around (WGACA) is making luxury vintage cool again for the millennial buyer. Known as the premier destination for the finest collectible luxury vintage from around the world with an unrivaled selection of designer accessories and clothing from brands such as Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Versace, Dior and Fendi. 


Read this on Forbes.



Cover image credit: Calvin Klein

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Cléa Emery

Writer at Luxury Society

Cléa Emery is writer at Luxury Society. Based in Geneva, Cléa was previously part of the Digital Marketing team of Solar Impulse. She now contributes to managing the Luxury Society platform. Cléa is also Marketing & Communication specialist at DLG, the parent company of Luxury Society.