Divia Harilela sits down with Philippe Schaus, chairman and CEO of DFS Group, to discuss the growing travel retail market, the spending patterns of Chinese travellers, and the evolution of DFS.
Today, BoF can exclusively reveal that London designer Gareth Pugh has partnered with Los Angeles leather and accessories label Chrome Hearts, owned by Richard and Laurie Lynn Stark, to produce a 14-piece collection.
MILAN, Italy — The Italian luxury down jacket maker Moncler says investors sought more than 31 times the stock offered in its initial public offering.
British heritage brands Barbour and Belstaff both aim to build upon their storied histories to acquire new customers and expand their presence on the global stage. But their expansion strategies couldn’t be more different.
PARIS, France — The owner of Giuseppe Zanotti, an Italian luxury shoemaker, has appointed an adviser to help it explore a possible sale of the maker of $3,250 heeled sandals and $875 sneakers, three people with knowledge of the matter said.
NEW YORK, United States — While the most well-heeled shoppers still think nothing of dropping $4,600 on an Hermes tote, cracks have appeared in the $94 billion U.S. luxury market, especially for companies that cater to “Henrys” -- High Earners Not Rich Yet.
DALLAS, United States — The inspiration for Chanel's Metiers d'Art traveling fashion show this year will come from Dallas, the Texas city where Coco Chanel was once given a warm welcome that included being picked up at the airport in a white Rolls-Royce and being feted at a Western-themed party complete with a catwalk featuring cows.
MADRID, Spain — Inditex SA, the owner of the Zara and Massimo Dutti chains, reported nine-month profit in line with analyst estimates as the retailer expanded online.