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Luxury

Luxury Archives

Q&A with Tumi: The future is now

As travel took a downturn last year, innovative luggage retailers like Tumi took the opportunity to get creative and fin...

Burberry CEO resigns to lead rival luxury retailer

According to a report in Reuters, Gobbetti will return home to Italy to lead luxury goods group Ferragamo.

In Paris without tourists, LVMH unveils Samaritaine store revamp

LVMH, behind fashion and accessories labels like Louis Vuitton, makes 8% of its 45 billion euros sales in France alone.

How Ralph Lauren aims to reach the next generation of consumers

The retailer has just opened two new stores in Australia as it looks to return to sustainable long-term growth post-Covi...

Why Burberry is experimenting with NFTs

The Brit luxury heritage brand is the latest retailer to experiment with non-fungible tokens, via a vinyl toy for the mu...

Why Melbourne’s Klovia is offering couture bridal for rent

Founded in 2018, the couture bridal and ready-to-wear brand recently launched its own rental platform. Here's why.

Beyond the digital catwalk: Why LVMH is teaming up with Google

The luxury giant is looking to accelerate innovation across its brand portfolio and create more personalised customer ex...

Swarovski launches Australia’s first ‘Instant Wonder’ store at Bondi

The site is one of only 28 such stores in the world: having previously launched key markets such as Milan, Paris and New...

Inside 80 Collins – Melbourne’s newest luxury precinct

With flagship stores from Saint Laurent and Golden Goose, gourmet cafes and high-end dining, there's something for every...

The things money can’t buy: Welcome to the post-Covid luxury consumer

Attitudes to luxury purchases are about to change but perhaps not in the ways you may think.

Hermes reimagines Brisbane boutique

Marking the launch, a carved wooden silver-leafed Pegasus and a Unicorn created by Sydney-based sculptor Gustavo Balboa ...

Global luxury sales could return to pre-Covid levels this year, Bain says

Bain now sees a 30 per cent probability that sales of high-end handbags, clothes and jewellery will return to or exceed ...

Melbourne-based Marais launching luxury fashion online

The multi-branded boutique offers a highly curated selection of international luxury designers.

Harrolds exits Pacific Fair after rent negotiations fall through

The luxury fashion retailer Harrolds has, effective immediately, shuttered its Pacific Fair, Gold Coast location.

Gucci, Facebook file joint lawsuit against alleged counterfeiter

Gucci and Facebook have filed a joint lawsuit in California against an individual who allegedly used the U.S. group's so...