Following a challenging year, Deloitte’s latest Global Powers of Luxury Goods report shows that the revenues generated by the world’s top 100 luxury companies dropped from $281 billion in 2019 to $252 billion in 2020.
The luxury resale marketplace announced on Thursday that gross merchandise value on its platform totaled approximately $146 million in November, with growth driven by shopping holidays such as Black Friday.
Luxury goods companies Hermes and Richemont won promotion on Wednesday to the blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 equity index, which could increase investment funds' demand for the stocks that have hit all-time highs.
Men’s footwear brand Perlie is targeting the US with a launch in the market following its “successful” debut in Europe. It has launched in the country via its own US website, as well through select stores and platforms.
By 2025, 70% of luxury consumers will be aged below 40, forcing labels to revise their approach and values, broadening them to include more culture-based elements, according to the latest study by Bain & Co.
Hugo Boss has become the latest major fashion name to link its financing to green goals. The German giant — in which Frasers Group owns a large stake — has secured a syndicated loan with a sustainability component.
Alessandro Michele is set to receive the Trailblazer Award at the TikTok sponsored Fashion Awards 2021 on 29 November at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The Gucci creative director becomes the award's third recipient.
Nordstrom Inc said labor costs pinched its quarterly profit and warned of product shortages at its off-price stores heading into the holiday season, sending its shares down 23% in extended trading on Tuesday.