As Dior and Schiaparelli mark anniversaries, Versace has canceled its Atelier Versace couture show in favor of client events.
Consolidations are said to take place this week in advance of a trove of annual meetings.
The fashion community is in wait-and-see mode as President Trump kicks off his agenda.
A total of 74 percent believe sales will increase in the next 12 months.
The company’s recently launched platform aimed at filling out visitor experiences beyond lodging offers a closer look at L.A.’s independent fashion community.
Pau Sabria, cofounder of Olapic, explains.
The 3.8 percent growth rate in 2016 represented the weakest growth period since 2008.
The Water.org meeting was in Davos, where the World Economic Forum is meeting this week.
Bindu Shah, vice president of digital marketing at Sephora, explains.
Burberry is back in growth mode after a slow start to the year.
As Brazil and Central American markets struggle, Mexico remains the strongest region for luxury goods brands.
Under ceo Fabian Garcia, Revlon plans to grow into a $5 billion company in five years.
Consumer confidence soars, but doesn’t guarantee higher spending at retail.
As the designer merry-go-round slows, business concerns cast a shadow over the fall European men’s shows.
The consignment-based accessories business is done through a WeChat store and complemented with meet-the-designer client events.
Kenny McDonald, president and chief economic officer of Columbus 2020, shares some insights on the market.
Travel agencies are looking for new markets as tourism officials estimate revenue fell 14 percent in 2016.