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  • Kering’s focus on renovating stores: CEO

    Kering CEO, François-Henri Pinault discusses the arrival of the new creative director, Alessandro Michele, and how the company is enhancing the brand.

  • Burberry store at London's Heathrow Airport

    Luxury fashion brand Burberry is to make its runway collections available to shoppers immediately.

  • Retailers in Hong Kong face a real crisis: canny shoppers don't think they're cool enough.

  • Tag Heuer's luxury smart watch sells out

    The chief executive of luxury Swiss brand Tag Heuer has hailed the resilience of the country’s watch market in light of global headwinds.

  • The future of luxury

    Tim Harris, CEO of Harris Capital, talks about how well the luxury retail sector is doing in emerging markets and elsewhere.

  • *3rd qtr sales of $1.40 bln vs est. Sees 2016 revenue of $4.65 bln. Shares of the handbag and accessories maker jumped 16 percent to $46.80 in premarket trading on Tuesday.

  • Traders debate Under Armour trade

    Sneaker sales nearly doubled at Under Armour and the stock is having its best day in two years after reporting a slam dunk quarter. Kate Moore, JPMorgan Private Bank chief investment strategist, and the FMHR traders discuss.

  • Tiffany store sign

    The upscale jeweler reported a sharp decline in holiday season sales and cut jobs.

  • Kenneth Cole: Find opportunity, fill the void

    The socially active designer built his brand around "more than hem lengths and heel heights" for a more sustainable business.

  • *Europe stocks off lows as China suspends circuit breakers. *Miners and car stocks hit hard by China worries. MILAN/ LONDON, Jan 7- European shares fell sharply on Thursday after China accelerated the depreciation of the yuan, but came off lows after the Chinese securities regulator said it would suspend its new stock market circuit breaker mechanism.

  • Tom Brady of the New England Patriots

    From "Deflategate" to the first Triple Crown in 37 years, sports generated some of the most memorable story lines in 2015.

  • A girl's best friend is dropping in sales

    Diamond sales are only expected to rise a maximum 2% in 2015

  • A Prada store in Beijing.

    Prada reported a 38 percent fall in quarterly profit on Tuesday, hit by slumping sales in Greater China as the country's economic growth slowed.

  • Dec 10- What better way to celebrate the sun setting on the Federal Reserve's zero interest rate policy, that great inflater of asset prices, than with an auction of $100,000 used handbags? That's the plan over at Christie's, which is holding its inaugural live auction of Handbags& Accessories to be held Friday in New York. One bag is estimated to fetch $100,000 to...

  • Christie's offers first ever US handbag auction

    CNBC's Robert Frank and Christie's Caitlin Donovan take a look at the world's most expensive handbags.

  • PETA campaigner outside Hong Kong's Hermes store

    Animal rights group PETA may've hit its hardest market: Hong Kong.

  • Cartier flagship store in Shanghai, China.

    The gold and diamonds of Cartier are so popular with women that the brand is finding it difficult to market watches to men.

  • What's Zalora's '12.12' online fever about?

    Chua Cheng Xun, MD for Hong Kong Zalora, explains how 12.12 Online Fever is an industry-wide initiative to promote e-commerce.

  • Cartier's new collection unveiled: CEO

    Mercedes Abramo, Cartier N.A. CEO, reveals Cartier's dazzling diamond and gem collection, and weighs in on the pulse of the luxury consumer.

  • Fancy buying a yacht online?

    Alexis Zirah, co-founder of Luxify, explains that shoppers can get anything from luxury homes to yachts on the online luxury marketplace.