BEIJING - China Fashion Week wrapped up seven days of catwalk shows on Tuesday, showcasing an array of cool and colourful as well as slightly odd creations by designers seeking to make a mark among the label-conscious. | Video
MILAN/HONG KONG - Italian luxury goods group Prada SpA has set out measures to counter a sales drop particularly in greater China, promising more services to clients in stores, faster-changing ranges and lower-priced handbags to meet stiff competition.
LONDON - SuperGroup , the British company behind the Superdry fashion brand, has gained the exclusive rights to distribute its products in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, terminating the existing U.S. licence by paying 22.3 million pounds.
PARIS - French luxury goods maker Hermes posted a 7 percent rise in full-year operating income on Wednesday and announced a dividend hike, as well as a one-time additional payment to investors.
NEW YORK - Madonna added her voice to the controversy surrounding fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, telling them to "think before you speak" after Dolce described children born to gay couples through fertility treatment as "synthetic."
BASEL, Switzerland - Tag Heuer, French luxury group LVMH's biggest watch maker, said it will launch a smartwatch later this year using Google Inc's Android operating system in a venture with Intel Corp to compete head-on with the Apple Watch.
BASEL, Switzerland - Tag Heuer, French luxury group LVMH's biggest watch brand, said on Wednesday it planned to freeze prices in some markets while it cuts them elsewhere in a move to balance out the impacts of the recent jump in the Swiss franc.
PARIS - French fashion house Chanel said it plans to hike prices in Europe and cut them in Asia to counter the decline of the euro and discourage customers from buying fakes.
FRANKFURT - Investors including private equity firm Permira [PERM.UL] have sold off their holding in Hugo Boss for around 950 million euros (676 million pounds), leaving Italy's Marzotto family as the German fashion group's biggest shareholder.
LONDON - Outraged celebrities tore into Italian fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana on Monday after Dolce described children born to gay couples through fertility treatment as "synthetic". | Video