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Lalique teams up with upscale French eatery Daniel in New York City

Lalique teams up with upscale French eatery Daniel in New York City

The fine dining experience at Daniel has received a gloss up with help from French crystal brand Lalique. 
Lifestyle
N.Irish businesses urge UK against potentially damaging unilateral plans

N.Irish businesses urge UK against potentially damaging unilateral plans

Northern Irish businesses urged Britain to tackle disruption to post-Brexit trade through negotiations with the European Union rather than pursuing unilateral plans published on Monday.
Fashion
Missoni launches tableware line in collaboration with Arnolfo di Cambio

Missoni launches tableware line in collaboration with Arnolfo di Cambio

At Milan Design Week, the Italian fashion label has made its official entry into the table art segment, dropping the Missoni tableware line, made and distributed under license by Siena-based producer Arnolfo di Cambio.
Lifestyle
Seraphina is back on King's Road for seasonal pop-up

Seraphina is back on King's Road for seasonal pop-up

In what’s obviously a very good fit, luxury fashion retailer Seraphina is returning to London’s King’s Road to fulfil another early summer season in a pop-up store there.
Fashion
Made.com says current trading is tough, unveils new CFO

Made.com says current trading is tough, unveils new CFO

​Made.com — the digital lifestyle brand that last week announced it’s buying Trouva — released a trading update on Monday and also revised its guidance for the year ahead.
Fashion
Tough April for UK e-tail points to 'end of digital boom' - report

Tough April for UK e-tail points to 'end of digital boom' - report

​Good news for UK online fashion sales. Not so good news for digital beauty sales. Even worse for the e-tail industry as a whole. And after weak April numbers, it suggests the digital boom could well be over.
Fashion
Faire heads downunder with Australia entry

Faire heads downunder with Australia entry

Online wholesale marketplace Faire announced on Wednesday its entry into Australia, as the U.S. firm expands its global reach beyond North America and Europe. 
Fashion
Philippe Brocart steps down as managing director of Maison&Objet

Philippe Brocart steps down as managing director of Maison&Objet

Philippe Brocart has stepped down as managing director of SAFI, which organizes the Maison&Objet trade show scheduled to kick off on Thursday, March 24. Philippe Delhomme acts as interim director.
Fashion
Hermès booms in 2021, couldn't meet demand in Q4

Hermès booms in 2021, couldn't meet demand in Q4

​Hermès was the latest luxury group to signal a strong recovery on Friday with the French firm’s Q4 and full-year sales highlighting the resilience of the biggest global luxury names both during and after the pandemic.
Luxury
Next creates 'department store' as it merges and expands Watford presence

Next creates 'department store' as it merges and expands Watford presence

​Next is to open a department store in all but name as it transforms its existing sites in the Atria centre in Watford and also adds a Victoria’s Secret, the lingerie brand for which it holds the UK licence.
Fashion
Central and Signa win Selfridges, Holt Renfrew not included

Central and Signa win Selfridges, Holt Renfrew not included

​It’s official — Thailand’s Central and Austria’s Signa are buying Selfridges Group from the Weston family. The transaction “will create one of the world’s leading omnichannel luxury department store groups”.
Fashion
Luxury crystalware producer Baccarat names Maggie Henriquez as managing director

Luxury crystalware producer Baccarat names Maggie Henriquez as managing director

On Friday, luxury crystalware producer Baccarat announced the appointment of Margareth Henriquez, the CEO of Krug Champagne since 2009, as its new managing director effective April 1 2022.
Lifestyle
Next Q3 sales beat expectations, but it maintains existing guidance

Next Q3 sales beat expectations, but it maintains existing guidance

Fast-expanding retailer Next delivered a Q3 trading update on Wednesday and brief though it was, it showed how the business continues to be one of the most successful and best-run in the UK fashion sector. 
Fashion
Elsewhere in Paris: Isabel Marant, Leonard, Moynat and Baccarat

Elsewhere in Paris: Isabel Marant, Leonard, Moynat and Baccarat

The rain from the Bay of Biscay may have engulfed the City of Light, but the mood was sunny and optimistic at Isabel Marant and Leonard, quietly confident at Moynat and effervescent at Baccarat.
Fashion
Dior’s full court press: Unveils uber luxe spa, fetes Cordelia de Castellane

Dior’s full court press: Unveils uber luxe spa, fetes Cordelia de Castellane

Dior went into full court press in the first 48 hours of Paris Fashion Week – unveiling its new Cheval Blanc spa, feting its Dior Home and Kids creator Cordelia de Castellane, and unveiling a Miss Dior floral pop-up. 
Fashion
H&M Home opens first French standalone in Paris

H&M Home opens first French standalone in Paris

​H&M has opened the doors of its first standalone store for its growing H&M Home concept with a debut in Paris at 14, boulevard de Capucines.
Fashion