According to new data, plus-size shoppers are shut out of shopping at luxury fashion brands. But those brands can't afford to ignore 67% of shoppers anymore.
LVMH Moet Hennessy launched its new site with the French luxury department store, Le Bon Marche, calling it 24 Sevres. Brands like Dior and Louis Vuitton will be available to shop for on one digital platform for the first time.
If you spotted a Celine handbag and other luxury items on Walmart.com, you’re not imagining things. In shocking shopping news, you can now buy high-end brands like Cartier, Céline, and Miu Miu from Walmart. It was recently brought to our attention that a $3,450 Céline handbag was available on Walmart’s website.
By Jessica Iredale It was inevitable that Dior, one of the last luxury giant holdouts on the e-commerce front, would break. And it’s happening now, with an interesting strategy. Dior isn’t taking the full, brand-wide plunge, but rather it’s dipping its toe into the online pool with a holiday pop-up shoe shop with Bergdorf Goodman. Related: They Are Wearing: Fringe Benefits “There is no e-commerce site in North America for Dior,” said Pamela Baxter, president and chief executive officer of perfumes and cosmetics Americas at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, president of Christian Dior Couture.
For the highly anticipated release of Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, Nixon, the California-based lifestyle brand, has teamed up with Lucas Films to create a limited-edition collection of accessories that celebrates the villains of the film. The goods start at $55 for small leather pieces and ranges to $2,500 for the limited-edition Darth Vader watch. Unfortunately fans of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and the rest of the good guys will need to wait until the follow up collection hits stores next year.
When you’re spending big on a luxury item, what are the things that convince you to put down your credit card? The majority of shoppers still put aesthetics first when when it comes to luxury goods, but that hasn’t stopped one of the industry’s top leaders from making sustainability a major part of his agenda. On Thursday night at the Parsons New School for Design, Kering ceo François-Henri Pinault spoke extensively about the luxury conglomerate’s efforts towards sustainability.