Come fly with me, suggests Louis Vuitton, the French luxury house, which will stage its cruise 2020 runway show inside the TWA Flight Center, a legendary example of neo-futurist architecture, in New York on May 8.
The luxury group has appointed Catherine Fulconis, in charge of leather goods and saddlery, to sit on the executive committee, and broadened the remit of Wilfried Guerrand, who leads the women's business.
Men's fashion brand Billionaire is pushing the concept of luxury to the extreme with the launch of a pair of 24-carat pure gold sunglasses. This item is available to order from Billionaire stores worldwide.
Iranian-born businessman Javad Marandi and his wife Narmina have bought a majority stake in Anya Hindmarch from Qatari private investment firm Mayhoola, which increased its shareholding to more than 75% last year.
The UK may be suffering from consumer caution on the part of local shoppers, but international visitors who are eligible to claim VAT refunds are continuing to boost turnover in key shopping destinations.
Tommy Hilfiger has closed its global Fifth Avenue flagship in Manhattan and will close its Miami store on Collins Avenue, as the American label reshapes itself to gain ground in an increasingly digital era of commerce.
American fashion label Badgley Mischka is set to launch its first luxury luggage collection with the intention of reaching a wider and younger audience, featuring three sizes of luggage in multiple patterns and colors.
At the Economist Sustainability Summit, a trio of fashion execs with a focus on sustainability showed just how much the fashion sector is committed to reducing its footprint and working for 100% circularity.
Who What Wear UK has announced a new partnership with peer-to-peer wardrobe rental platform, Hurr Collective, “a disruptive platform that allows women to share and monetise their wardrobes, by renting and not buying.”