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Which of the two french giants that dominate luxury fashion is best positioned for growth? Luca Solca, head of luxury goods at Exane BNP Paribas, does the analysis.
In Milan’s teeming commercial district, something unusual is happening this winter — Italians are shopping.
L’Oreal SA reported 2014 earnings that matched analysts’ estimates as buying back its own shares from Nestle SA and a stronger dollar helped compensate for the weakest like-for-like revenue growth in five years.
BoF speaks to Visvim designer Hiroki Nakamura, whose label has attracted a global cult following by breathing new life into traditional American workwear.
French luxury goods group LVMH blamed lower sales of high-end cognac to China for a 5-percent slide in core earnings last year, but its bottom line was rescued by the sale of a stake in handbag maker Hermès.
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, the world’s largest luxury-goods maker, reported full-year earnings that missed analysts’ estimates as Chinese shoppers curbed spending on Vuitton handbags and Hennessy cognac.
Eight men charged in one of the world’s biggest jewel heists are on trial in Paris, accused of stealing more than 200 luxury watches and more than 600 pieces of jewelry from a Harry Winston boutique in two audacious operations.