The publicity around the untimely death of designer Kate Spade drew shoppers back to the handbag brand this summer, driving a 31 percent jump in fourth-quarter sales for its new owner Tapestry on Tuesday.
French fashion empire Louis Vuitton is set to debut its travelling "Time Capsule" exhibition in Canada, with the show to open in Toronto next month, in celebration of the luxury brand's 35th anniversary in the city.
Glossy magazine empire Conde Nast on Tuesday quashed months of rumors about the impending departure of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, declaring that the magazine's 30-year veteran was staying "indefinitely.
Salvatore Ferragamo has named former Kering executive Micaela le Divelec Lemmi as its new CEO although it’s less of a change than it might have been given that she has been general manager of the firm since the spring.
MHL by Margaret Howell is the latest name to be confirmed for Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross with the centre that opens soon being one of the most interesting of recent years as far as its brand line-up is concerned.
SMCP has been one of the market’s biggest success stories of recent years and it looks like that success story is continuing. The company issued its Q2 results on the last day of July and described them as “superb”.
Selfridges is continuing its strategy of frequent, exclusive product launches and interesting pop-up stores with the latest including an exclusive Red Valentino capsule, a Fendi Kiosk, plus Medea and Réalisation Par.