The Diane von Furstenberg fashion house just unveiled its 2017 autumn-winter campaign, the first to be produced under the direction of Jonathan Saunders, who was appointed chief creative officer in May 2016.
Ralph Lauren Corp reported better-than-expected quarterly results and said it would pull back more inventory from department stores as it tries to keep a tight leash on discounting under its new Chief Executive.
More than a month after it presented pictures of its first campaign with Selena Gomez, Coach has unveiled the collaboration with the American singer and actress, with the launch of the "Coach x Selena Gomez" collection.
Italian luxury group Tod's said on Thursday it was ready to make short-term sacrifices in margins and revenues in pursuit of medium-term growth as it turns away from fashion to focus on higher-end products.
French luxury goods group Kering has dropped a lawsuit filed in New York against Alibaba and Alipay and agreed instead to co-operate with them to safeguard intellectual property rights and fight counterfeiting.
British footwear designer Nicholas Kirkwood has teamed up with the Italian label to put his signature irreverent spin on the house's classic Serpenti Forever motif. The collection will go on sale September 1.
American luxury retailer Moda Operandi has partnered again with the French designer, this time on a limited-edition capsule of embroidered mules, pumps and flats, inspired by the 18th century French court.