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Fashion Friday: Rihanna's Fenty and the New Era of Luxury

Lorna Hennelly

Lorna Hennelly

31 May 19

As luxury brands struggle to stay relevant, many of these brands are now recognizing how important millennial consumers are. Young, affluent consumers are taking cues from casual streetwear, demand newness, and expect brands to reflect their ideals.…

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LVMH’s Purchase of Rimowa Illustrates the Uncertainty of the Luxury Market

Jasmine Seng

Jasmine Seng

9 Oct 16

2016 has been a bumpy year for the luxury market, plagued by the decline in luxury spending by Chinese tourists, plunging oil prices which have led to a major currency shake-up in Latin America and Russia, terrorism threats in traditional luxury…

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Personal Accessories: Technology as the Answer to Future Growth

Jasmine Seng

Jasmine Seng

10 Jul 16

Outlook for the personal accessories industry in 2016 is looking up, with an estimated growth rate of 2%. With the strengthening US dollar, demand in North America for personal accessories is gaining traction as the economy is showing signs of…

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Iran’s Recent Progress Signals Potential for Foreign Retailers. Which are Most Likely to Move in?

Tim Barrett

Tim Barrett

15 Mar 16

Despite the future unknowns, Iran appears to be making real progress when it comes to international reform. Early in 2016 it began to roll back its nuclear program enough to begin the process of lifting its harsh economic sanctions. Elections later…

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The Battle of the Fragrance Titans - J'Adore Dior Vs. Chanel No. 5

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

3 Aug 14

Back in February during LVMH’s annual shareholder meeting, Bernard Arnault stated that the company aims to make J’Adore the world’s best-selling women’s fragrance. He went on to say how the fragrance has already overtaken its main rival (Chanel No 5)…

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Why US Still Trumps China in Personal Accessories Strategies

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

25 Jul 14

Owing to the emergence of several metropolitan cities and the subsequent appetite for luxury purchases in China, the country has been the undoubted growth driver of several accessories brands over the past five years. China overtook the US to become…

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Boom to Struggle: Changing Prospects of Cognac in China

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

18 Jul 14

Up until 2013, selling cognac in China was considered to be one of the sure fire ways of generating great revenues and profits. Between 2007-2012 volume sales grew by 119% (14.8 million litres), with retail sales up by 186% (RMB31 billion, US$5…

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Diversification Key to the Future of LVMH

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

16 Feb 14

  Recently released financial results for the 2013 calendar year highlight some of the major strategic issues facing LVMH. Overall company revenues rose by 4% compared to 2012 and the biggest business group, ‘Fashion & Leather Goods’,…

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Bulgari Helps LVMH Expand Within Watches and Jewellery

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

2 Nov 11

Prior to its acquisition of the Bulgari brand, LVMH's 'Watches and Jewelry' vertical constituted less than 6% of the company's overall value sales. However, sales grew the fastest during H1 2011, compared to the same period in 2010, thus highlighting…