The international jewellery show’s latest edition ended on September 9 with a similar number of visitors as last year - approximately 12,000 – as the event announced it will move to a new venue in January 2020.
Namdeb Holdings Limited, a joint venture between the Namibian Government and Anglo American's diamond unit De Beers Group, said on Thursday that it has sold Elizabeth Bay Mine and its associated marine assets.
Russia’s Alrosa is talking to several global jewelery retailers about jointly marketing the miner’s jewelery brand that uses fluorescent diamonds, as it strives to create a new niche for the natural stones.
Buying House of Fraser and ultimately loss-making stakes in firms like Debenhams and MySale may have been a chastening experience for Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley, but it hasn't stopped him from looking for more buys.
Yoox-Net-A-Porter is ramping up its ultra-luxury offer as it targets the highest spending fashion fans and said it’s going to add more than 100 new personal shoppers and client relations managers within its luxe unit.
The global jewelry retailer announced a net loss of $36.1 million for Q2 on Thursday, as the effect of falling sales in the company’s international segment were exacerbated by charges related to its transformation plan.
Three years after acquiring a store on the corner of Oxford Street and Poland Street, luxury retailer Flannels has finally joined the selection of global brands on London’s leading shopping thoroughfare.
Supima, the hyper quality American cotton company, has revealed the names of the finalists and jury for its 12th Annual Supima Design Competition, to be staged 59 Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River on Thursday, Sept. 5.
The international jewellery trade show Bijorhca is expecting nearly 12,000 visitors for its forthcoming edition, scheduled in Paris on September 6-9, and featuring a redesigned exhibition area with new sections.
Pandora, the world's biggest jewellery maker, will relaunch its brand at an event in Los Angeles later on Wednesday as it tries to attract middle-class shoppers seeking affordable luxury back to its stores.
Shoppers may not be in the mood for lavish spending at the moment, but the retail sector is being “propped up” by spending on the part of international tourists. And luxury fashion is a key beneficiary of this.