Fashion’s future is a long going out of business sale, unless it turns itself upside down, argues John Thorbeck.
They say a better mix of non-retail tenants in malls, the high costs of shipping in Brazil and other factors should allow malls here to continue to thrive.
As Chinese Valentine’s Day approaches, experts weigh in on how luxury brands can capitalise on one of the most important shopping festivals in China.
This week, Annalise Fard is promoted to oversee fine watches, jewellery and fashion accessories at Harrods, while Michael Kors taps Mona Swanson from Valentino.
The company's total revenue increased 3.8 percent to $128 billion, beating analysts' estimates of $125.97 billion.
The sale of luxury goods on the grey market is a lucrative and largely unspoken practice in the fashion industry. Why are brands so hush-hush about it and do they really want it to end?
Condé Nast and Condé Nast International are partnering on a magazine in the first of several global initiatives being planned between the publisher’s American and international arms.
The department store chain reported a surprise rise in quarterly same-store sales, topping estimates for the third straight quarter.
The newspaper’s lucrative luxury supplement is marking a decade in print with its biggest issue yet — and investments in its digital future.
The house of fashion brands, which owns Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, has taken measures to gain more control over its business in Asia.