The Italian luxury group has announced that the third edition of its annual conference on sustainability, entitled “Shaping a Sustainable Future Society,” will be hosted in New York on November 8, 2019.
The designer will not attend Off-White's next show in Paris. Indeed, on doctor's orders, the Louis Vuitton menswear creative director is set to take things a little easier, and has put a number of projects on hold.
Richemont, France's second largest luxury group, announced on Tuesday the departure of Eric Vallat, the head of its fashion and accessories division. Vallat will pursue professional opportunities outside of the group.
Selfridges has been moving at breakneck speed into the experiential retail area and if you thought the skate bowl it opened in-store was the culmination of its ‘retail-tainment’ ambitions, you were wrong.
After envisaging a major Parisian presence at 386 rue Saint-Honoré, where Dior inaugurated a pop-up store at the end of 2017, the luxury label will instead open a 900 m2 flagship at number 261 on the same street.
Shares in struggling British shopping centre operator Intu Properties Plc jumped more than 20% on Monday after a report that private equity firm Orion Capital Managers was considering a buyout of the company.
Yoox-Net-A-Porter is ramping up its ultra-luxury offer as it targets the highest spending fashion fans and said it’s going to add more than 100 new personal shoppers and client relations managers within its luxe unit.