Facing slowing global demand for diamond jewellery, international diamond companies are reshaping marketing campaigns to tap a growing pool of independent female spenders in China, the world's second largest economy.
Luxury rental service Armarium opened its first LA pop-up that links the sharing economy with the demands of awards season fashion. The pop-up also offers pieces from online fine jewelry rental company, Flont.
U.S. beauty products maker Coty Inc reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, driven by strong demand for Tiffany & Co and Gucci Bloom fragrances, as well as recently-acquired makeup brands.
U.S. fund managers are betting that rising wages and the effects of the Republican-led corporate tax cut will prove a lifeline to middle-market retailers who have struggled to remain relevant in the age of Amazon.
The Luxury Institute’s 2018 report reveals what international luxury consumers expect from their shopping experience, with customer service ranking highly and politeness topping the list of priorities for sales staff.
More big-name brands are launching pop-up stores with a micro-focus on fragrance. It's the latest attempt by firms to boost brand immersion, instore customer experience and lift sales for new and bestselling products.