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Portefeuille Emilie Louis Vuitton


LVMH Stock Climbs 7.5 Percent

LVMH stock rose more than 7 percent for its biggest one-day gain since 2015, pulling other luxury stocks higher with it.

– 6:18 PM, EST

A rendering of Lacoste's Westfield World Trade Center boutique.


Lacoste Elevates New York Presence

The company has renovated its Madison Avenue boutique and will open a store at Westfield World Trade Center on Aug. 16.

– 6:09 PM, EST

Tommy Hilfiger Resort 2017


Tommy Hilfiger Resort 2017

Sporty chic summed up Tommy Hilfiger’s resort collection, which featured bright colors drawn from the works of artist David Hockney.

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Burberry Files Trademark Claims Against Rapper Perry Moise

The company said unauthorized use of its trademarks could dilute and tarnish the brand.

– 5:06 PM, EST

This 1730 Robe Volante will be featured in "Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion."


The Met’s Costume Institute Plans ‘Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion’ for This Fall

The Costume Institute will feature an exhibition highlighting acquisitions from the past 10 years.

– 4:30 PM, EST



NEA President Makes the Case for Hillary Clinton

The NEA president said Clinton will bring the party together with an inclusive message that will appeal to women in particular.

– 4:14 PM, EST

Andrea Lieberman


A.L.C. Hosts New York Dinner

A.L.C. returned to New York Tuesday night with a dinner in its new showroom.

– 4:08 PM, EST

Claus Meyer at Great Northern Food Hall In Grand Central's Vander


Noma Cofounder Claus Meyer Brings Nordic Cuisine and Culinary School to New York

Now that the Nordic restaurant Agern and the Great Northern Food Hall are welcoming diners, Claus Meyer is training students in Brownsville to the run a café that will open this fall.

– 3:28 PM, EST

Anna Gunn in "Equity."


‘Equity’ Costumer Designer on Dressing the Wall Street Woman

Talking with the costume designer of “Equity,” the first female-driven Wall Street movie, which stars Anna Gunn.

– 3:16 PM, EST


Facebook Exec Looks to Seize on Opportunities in Luxury

Matt Jacobson, Facebook head of market development, sees potential opportunities for the social networking company in the luxury segment.

– 2:55 PM, EST