Textiles Apparel and Luxury Goods Apparel Accessories and Luxury Goods


  • 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.

  • Jeter goes to bat with Frigo

    Former New York Yankee Derek Jeter is in a legal battle with Revolutionwear over a dispute regarding underwear promotion.

  • Michael Jordan drives to the basket past the New York Knicks' Allan Houston during the first half in Chicago, April 18, 1998..

    How much would you pay for a 1998 game used jersey from Michael Jordan's final regular season game as a Chicago Bull?

  • This watch sells for $7.3M

    A Patek Philippe wristwatch sells for a record breaking $7.3M

  • Tommy John underwear claims to have solved the "wedgie" issue.

    Tommy John is trying to get men to invest in better undergarments with its Air briefs, which it claims never bunch.

  • Here's why you should wear someone else's clothes

    Abby Zhang and Shan Shan, the founders of yeechoo.com share how high-end closet sharing can benefit both women and men.

  • Fast Retailing chief: Here's how to win in retail

    Adapting to globalization and digitization are key to success in today's market, according to the founder and president of Fast Retailing, Tadashi Yanai.

  • How can Alibaba stop selling counterfeit goods?

    The President and CEO of the American Apparel and Footwear Association, Juanita Duggan discusses the counterfeit goods sold on Alibaba.

  • Customers look at the new Apple Watch displayed at an Apple Store in New York.

    The Apple Watch will be available in India from November 6, Apple has confirmed, after first hinting at the release on its website.

  • Under Armour priced to perfection

    Why to buy Under Armour shares now for the long term. with the Fast Money traders. Buy this stock on the dip, says Jon Najarian.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook announces the Apple Watch during an Apple special event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on March 9, 2015, in San Francisco

    The swathe of smart watches entering the market led by Apple's Watch has dented sales of Swiss-made timepieces and looks set to continue weighing on the sector.

  • Cartier sparkles in Singapore showcase

    The Etourdissant Cartier exhibition in Singapore features over 600 high-end jewelry pieces, says Gregoire Blanche, regional MD for Southeast Asia and Australia at Cartier.

  • The powerful growth of Under Armour

    Kate McShane, managing director at Citi, talks about Under Armour, ahead of its earnings announcement on Thursday.

  • Teespring: Changing the t-shirt industry

    Teespring is a platform that allows anyone to design their own shirts and sell them online. Teespring’s co-founder, Walker Williams discusses their business model.

  • The luxury sector in China and Hong Kong

    Claudio Castiglioni, general manager of Tod's, a luxury retailer that has expanded into China says the country is a growing market for the company, but Hong Kong has proven a challenge.

  • 'Smart watches still need something special'

    The future of watches could be smart technology within a classic design, says Jordy Cobelens, CEO of TW Steel, the Dutch watchmaker known for its oversized timepieces.

  • Fantasy lingerie: The $2M Victoria's Secret bra

    Jean Nasr, MD of Mouawad Singapore, the maker of Victoria's Secret's Fantasy Bra, says the lingerie is set with more than 16,000 precious stones and connected by 18 carat gold chains.

  • Russian luxury gadget designer Caviar has released a limited-edition iPhone with a gold-plated emblem of Vladimir Putin's head right there on the back.

    The phone includes a picture of Putin's head surrounded by his full name, the emblem of Russia and a line from the national anthem.

  • Neiman Marcus goes big for the holidays

    For 89 years, luxury retailer Neiman Marcus has astounded shoppers with its unique selection of extravagant holiday gifts.

  • Wealthy Chinese consumers haven't lost their urge to splurge, according to the CEO of Piaget.