As of July 19, the portfolio of Luxottica’s founder was valued at 19.9 billion euros, up 1.9 percent compared with January 1.
During the decades she worked in fashion, Joan Calabrese designed dresses worn by an assortment of well-known girls from presidential families including the Kennedys and the Bushes.
Courrèges said it was ending its collaboration with Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant after two years, describing it as a mutual decision.
Retail and luxury stocks were also on the upswing in morning trading on Thursday.
The Swiss flavors and fragrance maker’s sales advanced 6.4 percent in the first six months of 2017.
Company in the second quarter and first half gained 3 percent on an underlying basis and against a difficult backdrop worldwide.
Sales abroad of Swiss timepieces are steadily improving, the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry said.
Some believe that marquee talents got too big for their boots, demanding outsized salaries, lavish perks and too much creative control.
Nicosia is moving to Milan to pursue a new opportunity.
Prada chief Patrizio Bertelli’s Luna Rossa is set to compete in the prestigious sailing race.
The Italian company’s first unit in the region is located in New York’s SoHo district.
The designer has teamed with J Brand on a capsule collection.
The UKFT helped nearly 50 brands show at the trade shows in New York this week.
The appointment comes as Sir Philip Green shakes up the management ranks at Arcadia and its parent Taveta.
The trip is part of a European tour on behalf of Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
– July 19, 2017