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In a sure sign that budget cuts are affecting even the most resilient of luxury strongholds, TAG Heuer's former boutique on 5th Avenue in New York has yet to find a new occupant.
Jean-Michel Signoles has put an end to the system of preferential shares that locked up the capital of legendary French trunk-maker Goyard. But two of his sons refrained from backing his decision.
Several of the yachts that dropped anchor off the Italian island of Capri this summer belong to luxury world heavyweights.
The luxury group now owns Louis Vuitton's iconic Paris flagship store on the corner of the Champs-Elysées and the Avenue Montaigne. Glitz.paris reveals the details of the deal, including who, what and how much was involved.
After clashing first over the use of the Vendôme name, and then over the poaching of managers and, potentially, of trade secrets, luxury giants Richemont and LVMH are now squaring off over the intellectual copyright of a range of clover-shaped jewellery.
Unable to buy Russian diamonds due to US and EU sanctions, jewellery companies are looking for other options to help them play by the rules and polish up their reputations with clients.
While LVMH chief Bernard Arnault has officially denied plans to buy Cartier, the luxury giant is exploring other acquisition targets - including a 150-year-old tailor.
Tony Estanguet, president of the Paris 2024 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (COJOP), was given a ringside seat at Pharrell Williams's Louis Vuitton show on the Pont Neuf, on 20 June.
Shortly before her world tour began, Queen B's team of stylists approached several designers to ask them to create outfits for the singer to wear on stage. But a few weeks into her travelling show, the star has only been spotted sporting clothes by luxury's best-known brands.
Boasting rising sales and growing appeal among younger consumers, Simon Porte Jacquemus's company is an inviting prospect for major luxury groups. But for now, the young designer's desire for independence has kept their approaches at bay.
French President Emmanuel Macron's wife flaunts her unabashed taste for LVMH brands - and Louis Vuitton in particular - to the dismay of rival houses, who long to see the first lady touting the full breadth of French luxury's wares, ambassador-style.
The luxury giant is relying on France's diplomatic corps to help develop Dior, Vuitton and other LVMH brands in South Korea, a pivotal element of the very strategic Asian luxury market. The Bernard Arnault-led group is also cultivating relationships with South Korean authorities.
No fewer than three layers of protection were deployed to prevent protesters from disrupting LVMH's general meeting in the French capital on 20 April. The luxury giant's Paris headquarters on Avenue Montaigne had been stormed a week earlier by SUD Rail trade union activists.
It is the most secretive of the luxury sector's great battles: after LVMH's failed takeover of Hermès in 2010, its instigators fought long and hard over the ensuing capital gains. Glitz.paris investigates the €3.8bn dispute between LVMH chief Bernard Arnault and Swiss wealth manager Eric Freymond.