The British luxury sector could lose up to 6.8 billion pounds worth of exports a year as a result of a no-deal Brexit, new research reveals. Data from the international consultancy firm Frontier Econ

Harrods, the iconic Knightsbidge department store, has launched a new podcast series where it explores the ideas of what luxury means today. Called “Harrods: True Tales of Luxury," the six epis

It seems like only yesterday when luxury companies including Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Prada were hesitant to embrace digital commerce. Where once they lagged behind more technology savvy fashion bus

Purpose is driving consumer purchase behaviour. No longer is the simple premise of buying high-end fashion and luxury goods just for the sake of ownership a valid business model for brands. Customers

International bank HSBC forecasts growth in the luxury sector to slow down from 9 percent in 2018 to 6 percent in 2019. But that isn't necessarily bad news. In a report titled Expecting the Unexpecte

The fashion and luxury industries are evolving at a faster rate than ever before, with key trends set to shape the industry in 2019. Compiled by the Luxury Institute’s global consulting unit Gl

Saudi Arabia is hoping to attract an influx of luxury shoppers with a new development along its Western coast. Called the Red Sea Project, a new sustainable development across 50 natural islands in a

A new generation of shoppers and workers are walking through the doors of fashion stores. Business strategies from mid-range brands to luxury brands are changing. To understand this change, brands ne

Finally—the answers we’ve been looking for. Streetwear blog Highsnobiety figured out how millennial and Gen Z shoppers purchase luxury, and how streetwear has infiltrated the luxury fashi

Niche brands and quality goods that are artistic and unique are capturing the interest of young luxury consumers. In a white paper released by online lifestyle platform Highsnobiety, the publication

What’s the view on sustainable luxury from the home to some of the world’s most famous luxury brands? I’m talking about Italy of course, and Milan in particular. Source: FSWIR, You

Luxury is shifting its focus from material wealth to a new appreciation - and appetite - for the experiential. A global report published by Euromonitor says mindfulness is the new luxury, with millen

The Walpole British Luxury Awards on Monday saw the best of British honoured at its 17th annual award ceremony held the The Dorchester in London's Mayfair. Style winners including Manolo Blahnik,

The British heritage brand opens an official flagship store on China’s largest e-commerce retailer, JD.com. The opening is coupled with Black Friday, offering steep discounts of up to 60 percen

Bain & Company has revealed a 7 percent growth of the global luxury market in constant currencies for 2018 at the Vogue Style Festival. Personal luxury items have yielded around 280 billion Eur

For many burgeoning brands, being a member of a luxury group is the key to growth and longevity. Luxury conglomerates like Kering, LVMH and Richemont have the prowess and investment acumen to set up

Bad boy of the fashion world Philipp Plein is launching a new line for sportswear, Philipp Plein Active. Dubbed as a line of 'functional luxury sportswear', it offers a full range of active equipment

British luxury brands are looking stateside to forge new and stronger relationships as a looming Brexit leads to uncertainty to exporting to the European Community. Walpole, the official body for UK

As images of Meghan Markle’s outfits during an official tour of Australia are beamed across the world, it appears she is not yet the most powerful Duchess when it comes to fashion. According to

The rise of the digital economy simultaneously poses the biggest challenge and growth opportunity to luxury businesses, according to the “State of Luxury 2018: The Insider View” report fr

Luxury automakers are taking a page out of fashion’s marketing manual in a bid to appeal to a similar luxury goods consumer. Whereas luxury brands do not market clothes as the vital garments t

While Apple, Google and Amazon are once again the world’s most valuable brands, luxury labels were the biggest stars on this year’s Best Global Brands ranking, unveiled today by brand con

The online shop for luxury shoes, Martha Louisa, is giving up its business after only six months. The latest venture of MyTheresa founders Susanne and Christoph Botschen will stop operations at the e

Berlin - Luxury brands follow particularly strict, exclusive rules - even when selling online. Traditional shoe retailer mybudapester.com took the plunge and stepped into online marketing and sales

One country’s woes are a luxury shopper’s gain. As Turkey fights for its sliding lira, international luxury shoppers are taking advantage of its attractive prices for designer goods. Queu

At the core of a luxury brand lies both its authenticity and aspirational accessibility. If everyone in the world could afford the same handbag it could, nor should, be classified as luxury. Coco Cha

Half of global luxury shoppers are partial to a bargain. According to the YouGov Affluent Perspective’s Global Luxury Retail Report 2018, half of all global luxury shoppers state they “on

Florentine boutique and e-commerce platform Luisa via Roma, or luisaviaroma.com, has quietly made a turnover of 130 million euros, according to Italian news outlet Ansa. Driven almost entirely by its

Walpole, the official sector body for UK luxury, has made a statement to the media ahead of the Brexit cabinet meeting today. Walpole hopes the vocal support from its members presents an opportunity

The ‘nature versus nurture’ debate rarely, if ever, crosses paths with fashion. Despite the unlikelihood, a new study linking testosterone levels to a preference for luxury goods and soc