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Luxury

Luxury Archives

Michael Hill expects earnings bump after “outstanding” first half

All markets delivered positive results during the all-important Christmas trading period, in spite of challenging tradin...

How travel bans will impact luxury retailers this Lunar New Year

Chinese consumers account for a significant portion of the global luxury market. What will happen when they stay at home...
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How Gen Y is fuelling a bougie baby boom

Retailers report strong demand in the premium baby market since the pandemic with “aspirational, yet real influencers” a...

LVMH completes $20 billion acquisition of Tiffany, replaces leadership team

Chief executive Alessandro Bogliolo will remain on board to assist a smooth transition and will then depart on Jan 22.
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Lovisa shutters UK stores again as lockdown begins anew

The UK has struggled to contain the virus in recent months, with total cases cresting 2.8 million and deaths 77,000.
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Gucci teams with The North Face in leisure collection

Pokemon tie-in encourages pinning from pop-up stores.
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Why luxury retailers must go above and beyond on service

The luxury consumer, in particular, needs to feel valued. Appreciated. And it does take a certain skill set to make that...

Cartier: Why physical retail is still important

A chat with Cartier’s managing director of ANZ about the brand's latest store activation in Sydney.

Michael Hill defies luxury low in the lead up to Christmas

Online sales more than doubled during the last 22 weeks, Michael Hill said.

Cartier launching new collection in Australia’s first ‘ephemeral boutique’

.The store will feature the luxury brands’ collections, such as fragrances, leather goods, watches, jewelry and eyewear.

Tiffany beats profit estimates on soaring China demand

Tiffany & Co, which is being bought by French luxury giant LVMH, beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly profit on T...

Dire forecast for global luxury goods sales

Sales of luxury goods worldwide are set to fall by 23 per cent this year.

Cafe society: When luxury retail and dining meet

From Burberry to Bergdorf, Tiffany and Ralph Lauren, retailers are opening cafes and restaurants. But it doesn’t always ...

Printemps to close seven luxury stores in wake of Covid

French department store chain Printemps, a magnet for foreign shoppers seeking high-end goods in Paris, will close some ...

Luxury’s secret weapon to surviving Covid: The personal shopper

With store closures and diminished travel, here's how luxury is set to survive Covid.
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Gucci reopens Sydney flagship after stunning makeover

Gucci has unveiled the new look of its flagship store in Westfield Sydney after an extensive refurbishment.
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LVMH’s Tiffany takeover back on – at a slight discount

LVMH and Tiffany & Co have agreed to new terms and a slightly reduced price for the French luxury group's takeover of th...

How this former Yoox exec plans to transform a beauty start-up

Claire Chung has worked all over the globe in luxury, but now she’s set to lead Ignae’s expansion into Asia.

Tiffany sees earnings bump during legal dogfight

The business does, however, expect fourth-quarter sales to be under those seen last year, but expects higher earnings to...
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How Rachel Zoe uses luxury to connect with customers

The celebrity stylist and entrepreneur has just relaunched her lifestyle luxury subscription offer.