Johann Rupert


Johann Rupert: E-Commerce Not Core in Luxury World

The Richemont chairman sees e-commerce more as a service in the luxury world.

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A view of The Shops at Hudson Yard.


At ReCon 2015: New Concepts and Confidence

The shopping center industry partied like it was 1999 at ReCon 2015 held last week in Las Vegas.

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Briogeo Expands Hair Care Offering

Sephora’s texture-specific hair-care offering has done so well with its customers that this month, the retailer is adding two styling sprays from Briogeo to round out the offer.

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A view of The Shops at Hudson Yard.


Real Estate Developers Upbeat, Talk New Concepts

The shopping center industry was nothing but optimistic at ReCon 2015.

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The ABCs of consumer spending.


Consumer Spending: Where Does Her Money Go?

When it comes to how and where consumer dollars are spent, not all income levels are created equal.

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Even digitally reticent high-end brands such as Chanel are starting to sell online.


Luxury’s Digital Migration

Chanel — among the conspicuous e-commerce holdouts in luxury — plans to begin testing online sales of eyewear later this year in the U.S. ahead of a broader launch of online selling in 2016, WWD has learned.

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Outside a Gap store in Japan.


Gap Latest Retail Reinvention Story

Gap Inc.’s plans to leverage the success of Old Navy across its other brands is the latest move by a major retailer to attempt to recapture lost consumers.

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Projected compound annual growth rate in sales, 2013-2018


Morgan Stanley Highlights Good Investment Companies

The bank released a list of 30 companies that could be a smart investment over the next three years.

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Chiara Ferragni’s glitter and leather slip-on sneakers.


Fall Accessories Trend: #Happy

Designers are now making it easy to wear your heart on your sleeve — or neck, wrist and even feet.

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Cheap Monday, Rachel Comey, keds


Denim Trends Fall 2015: Playing the Blues

Designers riffed on denim in a range of ways for fall, from oversize silhouettes to funky prints.

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