With the risk of global downturn rising by the day, the fate of luxury brands depends heavily on their positioning, writes Pierre Mallevays.
For luxury shares, the early 2000s offer a guide to the present moment. But this time around, things may be much worse, writes Pierre Mallevays.
As the Covid-19 crisis recedes, Pierre Mallevays examines the life, death and rebirth of fashion week.
Selfridges’ sale for a lofty $5.4 billion suggests there is still life in the department store model. But how to grow in a shrinking category?