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Luxury

What Amazon’s luxury platform means for brands
Oscar de la Renta is the first brand on the new Amazon platform. Image: Bigstock
Marketplace

What Amazon’s luxury platform means for brands

Amazon has unveiled an exclusive new section in its mobile shopping app called Luxury Stores, where high-end fashion and beauty brands can showcase their latest collections in an “immersive” and “elevated” env...
Made in Milan: Off-White opens London store
Can Harrods win over Gen Z with inclusive beauty concept?
LVMH cancels Tiffany deal, setting up high-stakes legal stoush
Retail news from around the globe

Luxury Archives

Oversized teddy bear at Harrods H beauty store
Luxury

Can Harrods win over Gen Z with inclusive beauty concept?

As luxury brands feel the pinch, London’s iconic department store Harrods makes a bold move to appeal to a broader demog...
Oscar de la Renta fashion show
Marketplace

What Amazon’s luxury platform means for brands

High-end fashion and beauty brands can showcase their collections in a new "elevated" environment on the app.
Off White store interior
Store design

Made in Milan: Off-White opens London store

Italian fashion label Off-White has opened a London store this week, showcasing the brand’s modern approach to fashion a...
Luxury

Retail news from around the globe

LVMH seeks to exit Tiffany deal; White knights to rescue JC Penney; and more.
Blue Tiffany box and bag.

LVMH cancels Tiffany deal, setting up high-stakes legal stoush

French luxury-goods group LVMH has dropped its plan to take over Tiffany & Co, prompting the New York jeweller to announ...
Luxury

Sole man: Inside Christian Louboutin’s Hong Kong boutique

The French shoe label pays tribute to Parisian style at a new Hong Kong boutique. 
Pureplay

Australian luxury finds a new home on Showroom-X

The new digital concept aims to make it more economical for local luxury brands to enter China.
Luxury

Hugo Boss looks beyond the pandemic

The luxury fashion brand just launched a local e-commerce site in Australia as part of a broader push into the APAC regi...
Openings & closings

Dolce & Gabbana: Luxury meets history

Inside the luxury brand's jaw-dropping new Paris store.

AmorePacific buys into Australian luxury skincare brand

South Korean beauty firm acquires substantial minority stake in Australian luxury skincare brand Rationale.

How the COVID-19 crisis could remodel the luxury industry

Confronted with the lasting effects of the crisis, significant changes in the industry are to be expected.
Luxury

Luxury resale comes of age

Luxe items are now more affordable for younger generations, but some brands risk the train leaving without them.
Luxury

Luxury brands cosy up to customers in opulent hotels

Savvy brands are increasingly moving into travel and leisure.

AirRobe wants to help luxury brands get into resale

New platform offers businesses a way to enter the secondhand market.

Glue makes a case for a luxury, youth department store

The fashion chain has opened its biggest store yet, as it marks 20 years in Australia.

The rise of sneaker culture

Why brands and retailers are jumping on the bandwagon.

Luxury retailer Barneys files for bankruptcy

Department store chain squeezed by soaring rents and falling revenue.

What Barney’s bankruptcy means for luxury retail

The cost of rent and rise of D2C are destabilising the traditional luxury market.
Pureplay

‘The sky’s the limit’: Inside Net-A-Porter’s new jewellery range

The offer is all about customisation and exclusivity.

Net-A-Porter launches ultra-luxury, invite-only service

Personal shoppers and landing pages available to the site's most loyal customers.