The Paris menswear week is starting on Tuesday in a city still disrupted by strikes. The official calendar features 53 Fall/Winter 2020-21 shows, with another 20 scheduled off-calendar - an unprecedented number.
LVMH, Kering and Hermès were able to cushion the Hong Kong troubles’ impact on their quarterly results, but the city’s stalemate is problematic. FashionNetwork.com looks at how this could benefit Singapore.
54 fashion houses will show in Paris between 14 and 19 January. Although Celine may be sitting this one out, five new brands will be stopping by for the first time, while Jacquemus and Givenchy are making their return.
With the brute strength of the French giant on the one hand and the high growth potential of the American jeweler on the other, LVMH's acquisition of Tiffany & Co. looks set to be a positive move for all concerned.
Jewellery is a booming, sought-after sector, as shown by LVMH’s recent bid for Tiffany & Co. FashionNetwork looks into the advantages and potential of an industry still little-known and underexploited by luxury groups.
It is hard to imagine a more venerable luxury brand than Cartier, which has a reputation for artisanal excellence second to none. Yet, the majority of its audience is that lodestone of modern marketing, millennials.
Hugo Boss expects sales to recover in the fourth quarter, helped by more modern stores and growth in mainland China and ecommerce, after the German fashion house reported falling sales in the US and Hong Kong.
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.