French fashion empire Louis Vuitton is set to debut its travelling "Time Capsule" exhibition in Canada, with the show to open in Toronto next month, in celebration of the luxury brand's 35th anniversary in the city.
The LVMH group owns three Swiss luxury watch brands; Zenith, TAG Heuer and Hublot. FashionNetwork.com visited the three brands’ headquarters, ahead of their opening to the public for the LVMH ‘Private Days’ initiative.
Greece’s securities regulator on Thursday imposed a 4 million euro fine on luxury jewelry maker Folli Follie and nine incumbent and former top executives, citing market manipulation over 2017 financial information.
Giorgio Armani, which posted falling sales and profits last year, warned on Thursday that revenues and margins will continue to slide for the next two years before the company returns to growth in 2020.
Burberry's new creative director Riccardo Tisci, who arrived at the storied British fashion house in March 2018, has unveiled a new logo and monogram for the label. Both were created by Peter Saville Studio.
A pick-up in European sales proved the bright spot for Hugo Boss in the second quarter, as the German fashion house pursues a turnaround in its home market and updates its ranges to try to draw in younger shoppers.
Glossy magazine empire Conde Nast on Tuesday quashed months of rumors about the impending departure of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, declaring that the magazine's 30-year veteran was staying "indefinitely."