Sales season is upon us, but some luxury brands are discounting less, later or opting out altogether. It's about retaining exclusivity, but Alexander Fury asks if they're pricing themselves out of a crowded market
Is fashion today a circus, with designers expected to walk a tightrope between sales and spectacle.
Fashion houses claim to theme their cruises around the creative -a Tokyo venue for a Manga-inspired Dior show oe California for Vuitton's take on Americana
Put everything on hold: from a Louis Vuitton creation that recalls Marilyn Monroe to Gucci’s ‘Dionysus’ via Coach
Since he joined Louis Vuitton in 2013, Nicolas Ghesquière has created a series of hits for the grand French house. Now a new London 'experience' will allow visitors to get up close and personal with his clothes, says Alexander Fury
Sales rebound in fourth quarter after a tough year for French luxury giant
Luxury giants know shoppers are more discerning and are making arm candy more exclusive
Final collection wasn’t subtle but it had a sophisticated power
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.
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.
Bernard Arnault’s choice of daughter Delphine to take over the world’s greatest luxury brand stable is a smart move
Designer hoists Eastern European punk band to the rafters for Paris fashion show
This spring, go back to the future with the space-age and swinging signatures of London’s hippest decade, says Gemma Hayward
We think it's bloody cheek for officials to rifle through our suitcases, but the invasions into our privacy don't stop there
Briton Mike Golding currently in fifth place
Black and white makes a comeback for spring in pop art-inspired monochrome