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Luxury

Tiffany beats profit estimates on soaring China demand
People walk past a Tiffany & Co store in Manhattan. Reuters/Carlo Allegri.

Tiffany beats profit estimates on soaring China demand

Tiffany & Co, which is being bought by French luxury giant LVMH, beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly profit on Tuesday as the US jeweller benefited from a more than 70-per-cent rise in sales in Chi...
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Luxury Archives

Pagerie releases what it bills as world-first luxury accessories for dogs

Pagerie, the luxury fashion house for pets, has introduced its first collection Sahara, which it dubs a “world-first lux...

Casa Loewe opens its first Southeast Asian store, in Singapore

Spanish luxury fashion house Casa Loewe has opened its first store in Southeast Asia, in downtown Singapore.

Luxury’s secret weapon to surviving Covid: The personal shopper

With store closures and diminished travel all around the globe, here's how luxury is set to survive and thrive during Co...
Ralph Lauren cap

China sales rebound for Ralph Lauren, but greater Asia lagging

Luxury retailer Ralph Lauren says sales growth on the Chinese mainland returned to pre-Covid-19 rates in the second quar...
Tiffany display

LVMH’s Tiffany takeover back on – at a slight discount

LVMH and Tiffany & Co have agreed to new terms and a slightly reduced price for the French luxury group's takeover of th...