LVMH Plan to Buy Tiffany & Co. Is Back On [UPDATED]
The two parties agreed to a lower purchase price for the iconic jeweler.
Could Tiffany & Co. Tip the Scales in Favor of a More Transparent Diamond Industry?
Investigating the potential impact of the brand's recently announced sourcing initiative.
Slick Woods, Adwoa Aboah, Rowan Blanchard and More Cover Tiffany & Co.-Sponsored 'Love' Magazine
If there's anyone who can dislodge Tiffany & Co.'s "old money" image, it's this group of women.
Must Read: Former British First Lady Samantha Cameron to Launch Clothing Line, Boohoo Trying to Acquire Nasty Gal
Plus, Tiffany & Co.'s Fifth Avenue store sales are allegedly being hurt by its proximity to Trump Tower.
Celebrating Francesca Amfitheatrof, Tiffany’s Latest Triumph
We spoke to Tiffany & Co.'s first female design director about bringing change to such a large and established company.
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Street Style: Bella Likes All Things Chanel
Name: Bella What do you do? I'm a student. What was the last thing you bought? This Chanel watch. What would you never be caught wearing? Very pink things. What's your current favorite song? "That XX" by Bigbang. If you could go anywhere in the world right now, where would you go?
Retail Stocks 101: Tips for Investing in Your Favorite Fashion and Beauty Brands
With Coty's IPO imminent, Michael Kors doing gangbusters on the stock market and Fifth & Pacific selling shares via Facebook, we've never been more compelled to personally invest in the fashion and beauty brands we love. But before you go nuts on an E-Trade, here's a little tutorial. I've consulted Hitha Prabakhar and Brian Sozzi—two analysts who know a lot about the stock market, but also a lot about fashion and retail—on how to invest in a smart way.
Street Style: Model Bregje Heinen Is a Rick Ross Fan
Name: Bregje Heinen What do you do? I'm a model. What was the last song you listened to? "U.O.E.N.O." by Rocko featuring Rick Ross. What are you wearing?
Tiffany May End Licensing Deal With Elsa Peretti
To the great dismay of our seventh grade selves, Tiffany may be ending the licensing deal they've had with Elsa Peretti since 1974. WWD reports that the famed jewelers are looking to purchase 72-year-old Peretti's intellectual property, after she expressed interest in ending the current deal they have now. But Tiffany isn't quite ready to let go: