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Louis Vuitton is finding that customers no longer buy handbags for the logo and is changing tack

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Luxury giants know shoppers are more discerning and are making arm candy more exclusive

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Models walk for the Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2014 collection

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton show sees Marc Jacobs quit on a high

Final collection wasn’t subtle but it had a sophisticated power

Jonathan Anderson - or JW Anderson, if you read the labels stitched into his garments – isJonathan Anderson - or JW Anderson, if you read the labels stitched into his garments a hot ticket of the week

French luxury giant LVMH buys stake in British fashion designer JW Anderson

LVMH already owns brands including Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon and Marc Jacobs

London launch is in the bag for Moynat

France's richest man and luxury tycoon Bernard Arnault is bringing his new luggage brand to the UK.

New Zealand is match-fit after winning the Louis Vuitton elimination series and seemed to have a slight speed edge upwind

New Zealand put on flawless display to take early advantage in America's Cup

The 50 stars and 13 stripes of the United States defender were given a painful battering by the four stars and union flag of New Zealand in the opening pair of the America’s Cup in San Francisco. The first race looked at one time to be really close and the defender, Oracle, at one time took the lead.

Team Luna Rossa Challenge (L) is skippered by Massimiliano Sirena against Team Artemis Racing (R) skippered by Iain Percy during race three of the Louis Vuitton Cup

Third Louis Vuitton Cup win for Italian team Luna Rossa puts them in touching distance of final

One more victory would see them through to the final where Emirates Team New Zealand await

Italy's Luna Rossa Challenge (L) and Sweden's Artemis Racing (R) face off at the start of a Louis Vuitton Cup semi-finals match on August 7, 2013, in San Francisco.

Italians half way to second slot in Louis Vuitton Cup final

Time is running out for Swedish America’s Cup challenger Artemis, whose sailing director is Iain Percy, after going two down to the Italians in the semi-final of the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series.

Sir Keith Mills adds Glazebrook Trophy to Queen's Cup won on opening day at Cowes

By just two seconds, Sir Keith Mills and the crew of his TP52 Fiveᵒ West pipped rival Johnny’s Vincent’s Pace to add the Glazebrook Tophy to the Queen’s Cup they won on the opening day of the AAM Cowes Week.

Louis Vuitton handbagged for missing City profit targets

The luxury goods sector is still booming but there are signs that shoppers have fallen out of love with established names such as Louis Vuitton.

Delphine Arnault

A life of luxury: Delphine Arnault is made to measure for the house of Vuitton

Bernard Arnault’s choice of daughter Delphine to take over the world’s greatest luxury brand stable is a smart move

Models present creations by Rick Owens during the men's spring/summer 2014 ready-to-wear fashion show

Punk rocks: Rick Owens embraces the apocalypse – in sportswear

Designer hoists Eastern European punk band to the rafters for Paris fashion show

Modern masterpieces: Designers turn to the art world for inspiration

This season, a host of designers looked to high art and homespun crafts for inspiration, says Stephanie Hirschmiller

Get the look: Geometric prints

I hear it's hip to be square this summer. Geek-chic revival? Revival? Would that it had ever gone away. But returning to your question, more precisely: it's hip to wear squares. Or diamonds or triangles, for that matter.

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