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.
La Samaritaine, the greatest construction project of the world’s largest luxury construction company – encompassing a chic department store, hotel, office space and even public housing – is finally, almost, ready.
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.
Louis Vuitton owner LVMH on Wednesday reported better-than-expected revenue growth for the third quarter, in spite of months of unrest in Hong Kong that have put off tourists and forced luxury labels to shut stores.
LVMH unveiled a major new plan on the environment Wednesday, guided by Antoine Arnault. Here, FashionNetwork.com discusses with Antoine all things LVMH, handling multiple jobs and his views on Greta Thunberg.
French Connection’s half-year results showed it “building on good progress” and “on track to meet expectations”, but it's still loss-making. It also said its strategic review would be completed before 2020.
Joules may have seen its margins dented in the AW18 and Christmas season but it continued to expand at home and abroad as shoppers bought into its lifestyle offer despite reining-in their spending elsewhere.
LVMH's Patrice Wagner really doesn’t like to boast, but in his view, there is no more Parisian department store than Le Bon Marché, which kicks off the fall this weekend with a massive exhibition on Los Angeles.