Italian luxury goods company Tod's said it may struggle to meet market expectations for earnings this year after a bigger than forecast 4.4 % drop in first-quarter revenue, driven by shrinking Italian and U.S. sales.
Moncler has unveiled a capsule collection named Postcards featuring imagery by Jean-Philippe Delhomme. And, the illustrator has got summer on his mind – with drawings from Venice Beach, Saint Tropez, Capri and Positano.
Burberry has announced the appointment of Judy Collinson as chief merchandising officer. The former Christian Dior VP will drive the company’s product strategies as the business repositions itself for growth.
Few luxury executives will have a busier year than Bruno Pavlovsky, Chanel’s Fashion President, who has just overseen the launch of the Gabrielle bag; and has four major new flagship boutiques in the pipeline.
There were two major cruises in Paris on Wednesday: Chanel Cruise and Tom Cruise. No prize for guessing which was the more beautiful. Karl Lagerfeld telegraphed his theme with his invite: a Greco-Roman statue of Venus.
It’s the ultimate insider fashion festival. An annual pilgrimage to this historic seaside resort at the most southern tip of the Côte d’Azur for the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography.
Some 63% of "old school" female shoppers (aged 33-45 years) buy luxury because of their social circle, while 37% of the "new school" (18-32 years) buy luxury because of the feel good factor, according to a survey.
Tommy Hilfiger has launched a new European m-commerce app in four different languages and 17 countries. It will include streaming video content from Gigi Hadid and will let consumers buy from the brand’s Instagram feed.
French luxury goods group Hermès said on Thursday that sales growth accelerated in the first quarter, driven by demand from Asian customers, providing further evidence of a broader recovery in the luxury goods industry.
The Victoria’s Secret angel has collaborated with shoe brand Mara & Mine on a collection of vegan footwear. Proceeds will benefit Mothers2mothers, a charity dedicated to eliminating pediatric AIDS in sub–Saharan Africa.
The French do have a thing for their tragic singers, and few were more dramatic than the glamorous Italian star Dalida, the subject of a striking exhibition in the Palais Galliera in Paris that opens Thursday.