Retail and luxury stocks were uneven, as well, in morning trading on Wednesday.
The creative director of the Belgian luxury label answers the hot button question ahead of Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Underlying growth was up 4 percent in the three months to Dec. 31.
The new concept from The Future Perfect, located in a mid-century home, is David Alhadeff’s unconventional spin on retail.
Covizzi, who is also a nightlife entrepreneur and an artist in addition to an impeccable dresser drawn to tailored coats, discusses the early stages of his career and the right strategy for running a smooth event.
The collection will launch on Jan. 19.
In naming Reed Krakoff to lead its design, analysts feel Tiffany could be making a play toward affordable luxury — a category already laden with Millennial upstart brands.
Adam Schoenberg and Cory Rosenberg will continue to serve as chief executive officers of the men’s accessories brand.
Key agencies in New York and Milan reveal the newest crop of models who will make their debuts on the runways for the fall season.
Clémande Burgevin Blachman will be responsible for the creative direction and design of all home categories, executing Raf Simons’ creative and design vision in home furnishings.
Mark Overnisher was shot by Steven Meisel in one of the images from the campaign, which will appear in news kiosks in Paris this week.
Federico Curradi and Dirk Bikkembergs are among the new and noteworthy additions to the Milan fall men’s calendar.
Karl Lagerfeld likely will join Ralph Lauren in dressing the incoming first lady.
Anna Molinari combined romantic and sweet elements with street references in this young and wearable collection.
MasterCard says luxury sales in the U.S. plummeted 12.9 percent but retail overall was low-single digits.