The Italian executive, who joined the luxury house in 2015, has occupied the position of executive vice president for merchandising and global markets since 2018, playing a central role at the company.
Revenues at Italian luxury outerwear maker Moncler rose by 10% at constant exchange rates in the third quarter, slightly above market expectations, despite a “subdued performance” in Hong Kong due to months of protests.
Thriving demand in mainland China drove sales higher at luxury brand Hermès in the third quarter, helping it offset a slowdown in Hong Kong, and the company said on Thursday that the momentum had carried into October.
Sales growth at Kering slowed slightly in the third quarter, in line with expectations, as the luxury group offset some of the hit from turmoil in Hong Kong with strong spending by shoppers in other Asian markets.
The new, five-year licence deal between the Italian eyewear group and the French luxury label will start on January 1 2020 and end on December 31 2024, with the option of a 3-year extension until December 2027.
Paytm has partnered with a number of jewellery brands to allow Paytm Gold to be exchanged for jewellery at their stores, the business announced on Wednesday. The initiative is part of Paytm Mall’s expansion strategy.
The French label is focusing on accessories and is working to transform its customer relationship approach by taking a close interest in its followers, as CEO Massimo Piombini explained at a symposium in Milan.
The SaffronArt jewellery conference in Mumbai brought together international jewellery experts, designers, and historians to trace the history of India’s jewellery design aesthetics and discuss the industry.
Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group will no longer make watches and jewellery under the Calvin Klein brand, reducing its exposure to a price segment that is under pressure from smartwatches and other fashion watches.
Gamification is a word we hear more and more often in retail today and Burberry has unveiled its first online game as yet another way of reaching the young consumers that are increasingly important to the brand.
Crystal specialist Swarovski has chosen Milan and Italy as the first venue of its new Crystal Studio retail format, based on interactivity and digital tech, which will be replicated with various adaptations worldwide.