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Trader-turned-comedian Raj Mahal isn't afraid to say he likes a little luxury. Here's why.
Citigroup analyst Oliver Chen said the accessories company's transformation could take multiple years.
A start-up company called Eleven James has launched a timepiece timeshare that allows customers to get a new luxury watch every couple of months for an annual fee.
CNBC's Robert Frank speaks to Randy Brandoff, Eleven James founder, about his business of renting luxury watches.
Would you spend $100 on a cocktail? How about $5,000? What's in the new trend of super-splurge cocktails.
Commerce along Rodeo Drive is no longer greased by oil money. Most of Beverly Hills' revenue comes from Chinese tourists.
British luxury brand Mulberry is to launch an "affordable" bag in a bid to turn around its misfortunes and boost growth.
Wealthy sunseekers looking for a holiday home will head to New York next month for the auction of the Bahamas' largest private island.
Christophe Georges, Bentley Motors president and CEO, presents the new highly tech-integrated 2014 Bentley Mulsanne.
A 5-star hotel will be built in a Ferrari theme park along with rides including the highest and fastest vertical accelerator in Europe.
Andrew Keith, President of Lane Crawford, explains why China's pullback in luxury spending won't impact the brand's expansion plans.
Saks is saying goodbye to safe fashions and hello to more unique—and more expensive—items, according to a report.
Men are increasingly spending more on high-end fashion, and luxury brands are taking notice.
CNBC's Robert Frank breaks down the 2014 Luxury Market Report by Coldwell Banker and discusses the trends he sees in high-end real estate.
Contrary to their austere image, millennials are a fairly wealthy generation, accounting for a quarter of America's millionaires, and they like their luxury.
Violas, which look like overgrown violins, are the butt of musician jokes, but hold the humor here.
Jean-Claude Biver, chairman at Hublot, explains that other countries are compensating for losses in China and that the group is focusing on general-end luxury.
FMHR trader Pete Najarian is bullish on Tiffany as the stock sells off, while Mike Murphy thinks it came "too far too fast."
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from Spartanburg, S.C., where BMW has expanded its plant to meet the rising demand for "Made in America" luxury vehicles.
Discussing the luxury retail market and how to play big names in the space, with Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors, and Mary Epner, Mary Epner Retail Analysis principal.