These are the stories making headlines on Thursday.
There was a little slump last quarter, but shoppers are apparently back to buying up Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.
Plus, the LVMH vs. Tiffany & Co. case will go to trial in January.
The Pull Up for Change creator and Uoma Beauty CEO and founder discusses the ripple effect her initiatives have made in 2020 — and where we go from here.
Plus, LVMH profits plummeted 84% in the first half of this year.
Plus, Veja becomes even more sustainable.
Plus, will LVMH and Kering continue to dominate the luxury sector post-pandemic?
Plus, this year will have no winner and the 300,000 euro award will be split evenly among the eight finalists.
Fashion and beauty brands are using their factories to produce everything from hospital gowns to hand sanitizers.
And giving it away for free to French authorities.
Dolce & Gabbana, for one, is funding a research study — as the entire luxury sector takes a sales hit in China.
The two parties agreed to a lower purchase price for the iconic jeweler.
Plus, inside Untuckit's emergence from the fashion startup scene.
Plus, fashion's latest cutthroat competition is sustainability.
Plus, ThredUp's rapid growth shows no signs of slowing down.
Plus, how the puffy vest became a status symbol.
Plus, why DTC is ripe for knockoffs.
Plus, rental services go mainstream.
Plus, where Barneys went wrong.
This is one spicy switch-up between luxury conglomerates.
Plus, behind the rise of virtual influencers.
The duo have decided to focus on their own brand, Opening Ceremony.