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Spanish actress rsula Corber is the face of the collection, the first for the house in four years.
While accessory trends are slow-moving, buyers did note a new, feminine tone in luxury collections for spring 2019.
The Italian luxury footwear company has opened a boutique at Las Vegas' Wynn hotel and is gearing up to inaugurate a flagship at Hong Kong's Harbour City.
The company has gradually increased its average price point by approximately $200.
The Italian accessories company has been investing in creativity, its supply chain and the adoption of a technological system.
The La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland-based watchmaker plans more intimate events around the world.
Here's everything you need to know about the key accessories presentations during Paris Fashion Week.
With the luxury groups taking control of eyewear, buyers reported greater demand for authenticity and quality craftsmanship.
Sales growth this year has hit the double-digit range, percentage-wise, according to Hublot ceo Ricardo Guadalupe.
President of eco-leather giant Coronet, Umberto De Marco combines style and sustainability in a unisex, cool sneaker.
The business improvement district tapped the School of Visual Arts for the "Obsessorize" event.
Hanneli Rupert kicked off the Frieze Art Fair with the launch of a collaboration with knitwear designer Laduma Ngxokolo and musician Riky Rick.
Asia is a key target for the Italian accessories brand, and new ceo Fabrizio Stroppa is aiming to double sales in three years.
At Vision Expo West, eyewear execs talked macro forces shaping the industry, as the trade show itself evolves.
Allure Eyewear will manufacture and distribute eyewear and sunglasses for Sean John.
The Vicenza-based trade show gets more and more competitive in the high-end segment of the jewelry offering.
The nine-month, post-graduate program will kick off in January.
It joins China's largest platform for luxury online.
The newly formed EssilorLuxottica will launch a mandatory exchange offer for all the remaining shares between Oct. 29 and Nov. 27, with the view of delisting Luxottica's shares in Milan, but the squeeze-out, if any, could be expected between Jan.
The Los Angeles label continues the momentum around its aim to be a lifestyle brand and style customers from head to toe.