Once upon a time the meaning of luxury was part aspiration, part exclusivity and part too expensive for most to afford. It was the Hermès bag, the Cartier watch and cashmere designer coat that

Businesses from France and Italy dominate Deloitte’s annual list of Top 100 luxury goods companies once again. The latest report covers the luxury goods sector in fiscal year 2016 (ending on J

London - The question if luxury brands should be sold in online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay or Alibaba has now become a legal issue, and has reached the highest court in Europe. The case could cha

After Prada's annoucement it would trim its profit outlook after slumping sales in China, other retailers are feeling the Chinese pinch now that the government devalued its currency for a second time

Whilst most luxury brands are associated with high quality merchandise, a unique retail experience and excellent customer service, a new joint study from the Luxury Institute and marketing firm Epsil

A new report shows luxury brands are profiting more from their own retail and distribution network, than from wholesaling. Brands surveyed by Drapers reported 55 per cent of sales are derived from th

Luxury brands are taking a ride at the Asian Dragons to overfly recession. In recent years, European designers have expanded their market by opening stores in Asia and have really seen a substantial