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Azzedine Alaïa, 82, considered one of the most uncompromising and influential  designers of the past 40 years, has died of a heart attack in Paris. Alaïa is remembered equally for both his brilliant designs as well as a nearly complete...
 India is in consumer news Bloomberg News is reporting a troubling downward trend in one of the world's largest comsumer markets. India.   For years, the Indian consumer market has been a shining light on the horizon for exporters of all kinds.    With...
Getting the jump on competitors, LVMH, the world's biggest luxury goods concern, reported higher-than-expected revenue growth for the third quarter.   LMVH owns and enviable portfolio of high end labels including Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, and Moet & Chandon champagne report...
Michael Kors is making good on moves to compete as a global luxury House of Brands following the acquisition of Jimmy Choo for a step pausing 1.3 billion dollars.   The transaction followed months of rumors and speculation, and came as...
Iconic North American Department Store Nordstroms has failed its attempt to go private — at least for now.   But it isnt over.   The company "intends to continue" its attempt to go private "after the conclusion of the holiday season," it said...
From Puerto Rico, some good news: Rocky Brands, one of the globe's leading designer and manufacturer of shoes and apparel is resuming work as usual. Rocky Brands include brand names like Rocky®, Georgia Boot®, Durango®, Lehigh®, Creative Recreation®, and...
Luxury Brand Coach surprised the industry when it announced that it is changing its name to Tapestry, Inc.. But only because they went with the name "Tapestry" The name change is happening because of the luxury leather goods brand's recent...
Marie Claire magazine is partnering with Neiman Marcus, Mastercard and B8ta to launch The Next Big Thing Concept Shop, an experimental pop up retail shop that uses the Marie Claire brand and readership base to drive customers to a tech driven retail...
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