The Shop at Bluebird on London’s King’s Road held a launch event for its key autumn pop-up on Thursday with the concept store hosting a three-week link with sustainable luxury fashion e-commerce platform Rêve En Vert.
Iconic luxury handbag maker Coach Inc risked Wall Street and social media ire on Wednesday by announcing a change of its corporate name to Tapestry Inc, as it evolves into a multi-brand upscale retailer.
The Netherlands’ Bol.com and PostNL’s Local Express are testing out a returns pick-up service, which collects returns from customers' homes. The service is currently available in Amsterdam and its surrounding area.
This week in Paris, Adrian Cheng announced the launch of a significant new investment fund to target what Cheng sees as the key consumer market of this century – Millennials and Generation Z in China. Call them BATers.
Neiman Marcus said on Tuesday it continued to see sales fall for another straight quarter and is now betting on digital for a turnaround. Total revenue for the fiscal year was $4.71 billion, down 5.2 percent.
LVMH, the world’s biggest luxury goods company, on Tuesday said the months ahead might be bumpier after producing stronger than expected sales growth in the third quarter which sent its shares towards record highs.
Swarovski is planning to open a service centre in Costa Rica’s San Jose by the end of 2017, which will be home to certain finance and administration jobs that require a certain proximity to the American markets.