Fashion

Tag Heuer cuts some management and production jobs: LVMH executive

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PARIS - Tag Heuer, the biggest watch brand within French luxury group LVMH , has cut some management and production jobs in Switzerland in response to an industry slowdown, the head of LVMH watches said on Monday.

UNAIDS appoints Victoria Beckham goodwill ambassador

UNITED NATIONS - The United Nations program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) on Thursday named fashion designer and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham a goodwill ambassador. | Video

Lanvin's study in monochromatic chic trumps Kanye, Kim in front row

PARIS - Leave it to Alber Elbaz, creative director of Lanvin, to pull off a Paris Fashion Week show on Thursday that retained all its elegance and class even with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in the front row.

25 Sep 2014

Prada shares plummet as China slowdown hits luxury brands

HONG KONG - Shares of Prada SpA fell nearly 5 percent to their lowest in 26 months on Monday as the company became the latest luxury goods maker to be hit by a slowdown in China.

22 Sep 2014

Italian luxury group Prada's H1 profit down 20.6 pct

HONG KONG, Sept 19 - Italian luxury goods group Prada SpA posted a 20.6 percent drop in first-half net profit, weighed by sluggish consumer demand amid an uncertain economic outlook and unfavourable exchange rates.

Daughter of comedian Joan Rivers thanks fans for support, kindness

NEW YORK - Melissa Rivers, the only daughter of legendary comedian Joan Rivers, who died two weeks ago following complications from an outpatient throat procedure, said her mother would have been overwhelmed by the depth of love people have shown for her.

Entertainment, People 18 Sep 2014

Gucci, Tiffany dealt blow in fake goods case against China banks

NEW YORK - Luxury goods retailers Gucci and Tiffany failed to persuade a U.S. appeals court to require major Chinese banks to freeze the assets of alleged counterfeiters in a pair of cases that have drawn the attention of U.S. and Chinese regulators.

Gucci, Tiffany dealt blow in fake goods case against China banks

NEW YORK, Sept 17 - Luxury goods retailers Gucci and Tiffany failed to persuade a U.S. appeals court to require major Chinese banks to freeze the assets of alleged counterfeiters in a pair of cases that have drawn the attention of U.S. and Chinese regulators.

Italy's Furla plans sales push to cash in on affordable luxury boom

SAN LAZZARO DI SAVENA Italy - Italian handbag maker Furla plans to more than double sales in the next five years, stepping up investment in new shops as it taps consumers' growing appetite for accessible luxury goods.

17 Sep 2014

Flowers, pattern-mixing, sportswear triumph at London Fashion Week

LONDON Reuters - Designers took inspiration from nature, sportswear and eclectic pattern mixes for their London Fashion Week collections, offering an array of glamorous gowns and sleek casualwear heavy with hand-crafted details.

16 Sep 2014