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LVMH achieves record result, with profit up 21 per cent

The world’s largest luxury retailer LVMH shrugged off broader market pessimism overnight reporting record revenue of €46.8 billion last year.

Hublot Vietnam opens Hanoi boutique

Luxury watchmaker Hublot Vietnam has opened a new boutique in Hanoi, the brand’s fourth store in Southeast Asia.

Record year for LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton

It has been another record year for luxury products group LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton.

Hublot Vietnam makes debut with pop-up store

Hublot Vietnam is making its debut with a pop-up store in Hanoi Sofitel Metropole Hotel this month.

Hublot Japan launches Kyoto townhouse outlet

Hublot Japan has opened a shop in Kyoto’s Gion district, its third directly run outlet.

LVMH global sales soar 15 per cent

LVMH global sales soared 15 per cent in the first half year.

Luxury brands urged to embrace new technologies

Luxury brands need to embrace new technologies, a Luxury Society event in Shanghai has been told.

Kung Fu time as Hublot SKP hits Beijing

Hublot SKP

Studio City retail tenants revealed

Taubman Asia, managing the Macau Studio City retail component, has named the tenants already signed up.

Hublot Singapore pop up its largest yet

Hublot Singapore pop up store is its largest in the world, operating from August 16 to 26.

Macau watch fest expands to gems

Luxury travel retailer DFS Group has opened its sixth annual DFS Masters of Time collection in Macau. This year’s collection of 400 fine watches – and for the first time, jewelry items – from 40 of the world’s most prestigious brands is on display at T Galleria by DFS, the anchor of The Shoppes at Four Seasons. The collection will remain for public sale and viewing until February 28. Harold Brooks, president, global merchandising with DFS Group said the collection has been caref…

Luxury watch brands get FTA boost

A free trade pact between China and Switzerland should boost watch brand sales in the world’s fastest growing market. Switzerland is traditionally the home of the high-end watchmaking industry – and the Chinese already cannot buy enough of them. The FTA will see Switzerland remove tariffs on almost all goods imported from China and China removing 84 per cent tariffs on imported Swiss goods. And while luxury tariffs on luxury watches will remain, a special “watch memorandum” added to…

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