Pop-up stores, the multiple iterations of the Coco concept, three new fragrances and a marketing strategy especially created for millennials in the Instagram age are some of the latest developments from Chanel.
The womenswear trade show has announced that it will be hosting an 8-day fashion and beauty pop-up in Miami this July, showcasing more than 30 brands over three floors in the first event of its kind organized by Coterie.
Victoria Beckham has named another respected executive to her top team following the appointment of Ralph Toledano as chairman this year. Now Paolo Riva, ex-CEO at DVF, will join in the same role this September.
Trouva, the UK retail marketplace platform that gives consumers access to merchandise from independent retailers, has added a number of Berlin stores to its existing offer after attracting investment cash in 2017.
The gradual recovery of the pound from its post-Brexit vote low in June 2016 is in danger of denting London's luxury tourist trade, according to Thierry Andretta, the CEO of luxury leathergoods specialist Mulberry.
Mulberry had plenty of news on Wednesday with the luxury firm announcing its full-year results and also a new business deal for South Korea. It's improving internationally although the UK remains a tough market.
A new deal between Harvey Nichols and tech firm Hero sees the luxury retailer offering a physical stores experience to online shoppers, and in its test phase its has driven conversion rates much, much higher.