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Positive post-pandemic outlooks mix with sustainable, socially conscious messaging as industry leaders look ahead
Head of Italian luxury shoemaker prepares to step back from day-to-day management
The chair of the Italian luxury goods maker talks about strategy, succession, the future and why he would sell only to LVMH
The leather brand’s performance was dire even before coronavirus but it is an ideal candidate to take private
French luxury conglomerate invests €75m into struggling Italian shoemaker
Fashion week underlined the need for brands to stoke the appetites of young, first-time luxury buyers in Asia
The recipient of the Magnum Photos emerging artist award, Sophie Wedgwood, captures looks to fall in love with
For the first time in its 120-year history, the Italian label is being overseen by a single creative force. Walter Chiapponi explains his vision from the Gommino up
In the final days of fashion week, Daniel Lee added more fuel to Bottega Veneta’s growth engine, while Armani cancelled his show on account of the virus
Landscape shifts for a nation known for its entrepreneurial energy and self-made tycoons
Response by European groups to robot revolution is as varied as their runway styles
Italian tycoon Diego Della Valle sells up amid speculation that LVMH is interested in Tod’s brands
But does shoe billionaire’s ‘Noi Italiani’ body have a political edge, asks Rachel Sanderson
Labels target bigger slice of €74.2bn luxury market
I thought Emporio was Giorgio Armani’s brother, writes Dina Iordanova
Salvatore Ferragamo, Tod’s and Coach all post big gains
The jewellery sector has always been a poor cousin to high-end watches. That might all be about to change