NEW YORK, United States — Tiffany & Co on Tuesday reported higher-than-expected sales for the first quarter that included Valentine's Day, helped by gains in all regions and promotions around the jeweler's 175th anniversary and "The Great Gatsby' movie tie-in.
NEW YORK, United States — Tiffany & Co on Friday reported a slightly higher profit for the quarter that included the holiday season and said net worldwide sales would rise 6 percent to 8 percent this fiscal year, with growth in all regions.
TOKYO, Japan — Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston stores will follow Louis Vuitton in raising some prices to offset the yen’s 12 percent slide since Prime Minister Abe took office Dec. 26 with a promise to tame the currency’s strength and revive Japan’s exporters.
PARIS, France – LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA is poised to pursue a takeover as revenue growth, led by sales of its eponymous handbags, slows the most in four years. The $87 billion company could go after Burberry Group Plc, the U.K.’s biggest luxury-goods producer or Tiffany & Co., the New York-based jeweler, according to luxury industry analysts.
LONDON, United Kingdom — The Savigny Luxury Index (SLI) gained 2.8 percent in January, outperforming the MSCI World Index (MSCI) by a touch over 1 percent. Positive economic news coming out of China sent the SLI into a mini-rally at the beginning of the month, however mixed corporate results announcements took some of the wind out of its sails. From a mergers and acquisitions perspective though, the year has started off with a
LONDON, United Kingdom — The Savigny Luxury Index (“SLI”) gained 5.5 percent in August, outperforming the benchmark MSCI World Index (“MSCI”) by over four percentage points. Strong results by sector leaders confirmed continued growth in Asia and increased tourist spending in Europe, thanks in part to a weaker euro. Big news Richemont, Hermès, Prada, Tod’s, Michael Kors and Ferragamo all confirmed a healthy outlook for 2012, driven
LONDON, United Kingdom — The Savigny Luxury Index (“SLI”) slid 5.2 percent in May, underperforming the benchmark MSCI World Index (“MSCI”) by almost 2 percentage points. Strong results mixed with an increasingly glum outlook for Europe and indications of a slowdown in China resulted in some profit taking as investors exited the sector. All the stocks in our index ended the month negatively. Big news Although the sector delivered
LONDON, United Kingdom — The Savigny Luxury Index (SLI) traded in a relatively narrow bandwidth this month, slipping 0.3 percent, whilst the benchmark MSCI World Index (MSCI) edged up 0.2 percent. Worries over a slowdown in China were offset by yet another string of exceptional results announcements, resulting in a status quo for the month of March. Big news The sector has been awash with strong results announcements with Prada,
Catering to the Valli Girls (NY Times) “Mr. Valli has worn the strand of natural pearls, which he said he purchased from a maharajah in India, ever since Luigi Scialanga, who does the jewelry for his shows, told him that ‘this is you, this is going to be your signature thing.’ Mr. Valli is all about a signature.” Hermès hikes dividend as 2011 profit jumps (Reuters) “France’s Hermès affirmed its
LONDON, United Kingdom — It’s been a strong start to 2012 for the luxury good sector, as equity markets made significant gains in January. Big news The Savigny Luxury Index (‘SLI’) outperformed the benchmark MSCI World Index (‘MSCI’) by 6 percentage points, gaining 11 percent over the month of January, relative to an increase of close to 5 percent for the MSCI. Investors have been exposed to continued good news. Indeed
How Crocs Moved from Fashion Trend to $1 Billion Phenom (Forbes) “If they weren’t exactly running out to buy a pair of those bulbous bright resin (please don’t say rubber) clogs sprinkled with holes, investors sure are clamoring to snap up stock in Crocs Inc (CROX). The company whose fugly footwear has been the foundation of its business just announced it expects its full-year revenue to exceed $1 billion for the first time
LONDON, United Kingdom — As the luxury and fashion sector enters the critical holiday shopping period on the back of strong results for the first half of the year, there are growing signs that executives are worried about what the future holds for the luxury market in 2012. Big news • This has been another month of record results for the luxury sector, with Hermès, Richemont, Ferragamo, Burberry, Tiffany, Prada and Ports all
Opening the Doors of Dior (NY Times) “Saint Laurent, Chanel, Dior: the names of the most famous Paris houses sort of dance off the tongue. Their histories defeat the idea that younger generations might be bored with old things. And a stream of books and films helps to assure that they won’t be. “Dior Couture” (Rizzoli), by the photographer Patrick Demarchelier, is far and away the most gorgeous book on the house…What