Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

clock 18hDavid Moin


Fashion Industry Event to Unpack What It Takes to Win at Retail

clock March 22, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz


Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore



Safilo, Kate Spade New York Renew License

The agreement for both sunglass and optical collections will now run until June 30, 2026.

clock 16hLuisa Zargani

Moscot Orchard Street location in New York.


Moscot Eyewear Makes Its Own Path

More than a century old, the family-owned business blends its brick-and-mortar heritage with the digital world.

clock March 22, 2019Thomas Waller

The De Rigo industrial complex in Longarone, Italy.


Italian Eyewear Company De Rigo Kicks Off Charity Initiative

The company pledges to donate 20,000 euros to the best project meeting the De Rigo HEART Foundation’s values.

clock March 22, 2019Martino Carrera


Why Eyewear Is a Difficult Industry to Disrupt

Eyewear has seen few new disruptive forces since Warby Parker’s launch nearly a decade ago. WWD examines why the industry’s landscape has been difficult to crack.

clock March 22, 2019Misty White Sidell

Thlerry Stern.


Patek Philippe Not for Sale, Says Thierry Stern

An analyst note from Berenberg earlier this year suggested the family-owned firm could come up for sale.

clock March 21, 2019Mimosa Spencer

Serra Turker


Misela Istanbul Takes London With Ambitious Mount Street Opening

The brand has grown its business in Turkey with made-to-order travel accessories and classic handbag styles and is now ready to expand internationally, starting with the U.K.

clock March 21, 2019Natalie Theodosi

Fossil exhibition


EXCLUSIVE: Fossil Stages Brand Exhibit and Reissues Past Models

The display travels to Europe, Asia and the U.S. before taking root in its Texas headquarters.

clock March 21, 2019Mimosa Spencer

Baselworld fair


Baselworld’s Impact Felt in the Secondary Watch Market

The Swiss trade show’s product reveals can cause a run on a discontinued style or end up in the pre-owned space weeks after going on sale at retail.

clock March 21, 2019Thomas Waller

stephen webster harrods


New World: Fine Jewelers Open Up to the Lifestyle Opportunity — Handbags, Kitchen Knives Included

Jewelers from traditional names like Cartier and Bulgari to more experimental ones like Stephen Webster and Shaun Leane are branching out into fashion and lifestyle categories to complement their jewelry ranges.

clock March 21, 2019Natalie Theodosi

Baselworld 2018


Baselworld Put to the Test

The show, which runs March 21 to 26 and has new management in place at organizer MCH Group, will move to April next year to follow SIHH.

clock March 21, 2019Mimosa Spencer

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A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018


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