According to a McKinsey study, China’s luxury expenditure is expected to be worth €159 billion and have a 40% share of the global market by 2025, driven by rising middle class expenditure and consumers born in the '90s.
Hanneli Rupert, daughter of Johann Rupert, chairman of Cartier and Richemont, has emerged as a countercurrent voice defending the use of exotic leather while the rest of the industry has been moving away from it.
Richemont’s former CEO is the first guest of the FashionNetwork.com/Luxurynsight podcast series, in a striking interview with Godfrey Deeny on the meaning of luxury and on de Quercize's vision of the industry.
For the first time since its birth in 1907, Neiman Marcus will open a location in Manhattan on Friday, debuting a new range of exclusive digital and physical features at The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards.
According to a new report from Brand Finance, US-based sportswear giant Nike has consolidated its position as the most valuable apparel brand in the world this year, while Zara and Uniqlo have made strong gains.
Swiss watchmakers Audemars Piguet and Richard Mille are snapping up stakes in their franchised shops, seeking to tighten their grip on the sales network as a growing number of top brands ditch wholesalers.
Swiss watchmakers are starting to see signs of slowing spending from Chinese tourists, but are still banking on demand shifting to mainland China to fuel growth this year, several high-end brands said on Monday.