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Luxury Enters the Era of Conscientious Luxury

This year’s fifth annual State of Luxury report takes a look back at the year that was, but more importantly, looks ahead to what 2021 holds for companies competing in the luxury market. As 2021 dawns, it will be a year of transition for the luxury market after the reset brought on by the Covid-19 […]

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American Brands Are Losing Appeal in China, Just as It Becomes the World’s Largest Luxury Market

The Covid pandemic took a big bite out of the reliably buoyant luxury market. The personal luxury goods market, which includes fashion, jewelry, watches and beauty, will drop 23% this year to $257.5 billion, the largest annual decline in history and the first time sales have dropped since 2009, according to Bain’s 2020 Fall Luxury […]

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What Happens To Tiffany After LVMH Takes Over?

The luxury deal of the century is back on track. Pending Tiffany shareholder approval, the French conglomerate LVMH will acquire Tiffany and Company for $15.8 billion, making this the biggest deal for the world’s biggest luxury company, a company which has grown to 75 brands through acquisitions alone. A few short months ago, LMVH was […]

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Louis Vuitton Face Shield: Tacky Luxury Status Symbol or Essential Fashion Accessory for Post-Covid World?

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic broke out, luxury brands have heeded the call to action. With protective gear for frontline medical workers in short supply globally, brands repurposed their factories to manufacture face masks and hospital gowns, as well as made financial donations. LVMH, the world’s undisputed luxury leader, was first out of the block […]

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Macy’s Plans for Bloomingdale’s: Reclaim Luxury Leadership

In Macy’s Inc. recent earnings call, the most surprising news was the opportunity it sees in luxury. It surprised CNBC’s Lauren Thomas too, who immediately got on the phone with CEO Jeff Gennette to get the scoop. He said the collapse of competing luxury department stores, notably Barney’s, Neiman Marcus, and Lord & Taylor, combined […]

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