Launched in 2015 by designer-entrepreneur Jon Koon and street artist Harif Guzman, New York-based luxury streetwear brand Haculla is expanding in Europe with a show in Florence that mixed bold graphics with rock.
The Middle East, a region with a €13 billion luxury market, didn’t have a single fashion school until this decade. Surprisingly, the first institute was born in Beirut. We visited it to discover its remarkable story.
Farfetch losses may have grown in Q3, but at its still-early development stage that's no shock. Losses aside, its Q3 report showed it surging ahead on sales and market share with enough cash to fund its lofty ambitions.
Harrods is clearly not suffering from the cloud hanging over many of its sector peers further down the price chain and like luxury rivals Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, luxury and tourist spending has sent profits up.
Harvey Nichols had a good year in the 12 months to March as its investments in its physical spaces began to pay off. Further investment and digital innovation could drive the current year higher even in a tough market.