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British-based toy giant Hamley’s has opened its largest store yet – in the heart of Moscow.
After weeks of speculation, corporate luxury retailer Richemont has revealed a plan to merge its trendy online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter with rival Yoox.
Hip t-shirt brand Superdry signs The Wire star Idris Elba to create an exclusive collection.
Amazon reportedly in talks to acquire luxury fashion pureplay, Net-A-Porter.
British luxury department store Harvey Nichols has opened a new store in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan.
UK designer Vivienne Westwood will open her third US store this fall – her first in the Big Apple.
Algramo installs vending machines in local stores — selling bulk staples at affordable rates — before spliting the profits with the shopkeepers.
LVMH’s watch and jewellery flagship brand Bulgari is eyeing double digit growth in 2015, despite the lacklustre global luxury market.
Sportswear giant Nike has reported a stunning 16 per cent increase in quarterly net income as shoppers indulge in higher-margin products.
UK fashion chain Next has posted a 12.5 per cent increase in annual profit after its sales reached their highest level ever.
Inditex same-store sales and profit growth each increased by 5% in 2014.
UK fashion chain French Connection has reduced its full year loss as sales recover.