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Lapo Eduard Elkann, president and founder of Italia Independent, says personalizing a car is an innovative opportunity.
Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer, and Lapo Eduard Elkann, president and founder of Italia Independent, explains why Europe has seen so much growth of luxury, high-end products.
Ferrari will pull into some of the world's wealthiest pit stops on an IPO roadshow aimed at securing a market valuation of $10B. the FT reports.
Ferrari expects its U.S. IPO to be priced in a range of between $48 and $52 per share, which could value the company at up to $9.8 billion.
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.
Anything with a signature tie to the “King of Rock and Roll” is guaranteed to sell and one instrument could soon sell for over half a million dollars.
As China’s love for extravagant goods appears to be dwindling, luxury brands may want to look into other emerging cities, research suggests.
CNBC's Robert Frank breaks down the top cities and zip codes of million-dollar home sales.
Wealthy Chinese consumers haven't lost their urge to splurge, according to the CEO of high-end Swiss watchmaker Piaget.
Mobile is a "key" focus for Yoox Net-A-Porter, the group's boss told CNBC, as it bets on customers buying luxury goods on smartphones and tablets.
Wealthy Chinese consumers haven't lost their urge to splurge, according to the CEO of Piaget.
Dana Telsey, CEO & chief research officer at Telsey Advisory Group, discusses news that designer Ralph Lauren is stepping down as chief executive officer from the company that bears his name.
Speaking to CNBC at the Watches & Wonders exhibition in Hong Kong, Philippe Leopold-Metzger, CEO of Piaget, says product innovation holds the key to opportunities.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s CEO, Michele Norsa, says that by being across global markets, the company can protect itself from any shockwaves in new markets.
Asia & luxury once slotted together as well as Cinderella and the glass slipper, but as China’s economic situation deteriorated, is this still true?
Christopher Bailey, CEO of Burberry, discusses the brand’s social footprint, while tackling the challenges in China.
Brian Buchwald, co-founder & CEO of Bomoda, discusses news that Chinese President Xi Jinping will be meeting the biggest names in tech and aerospace during his state visit to the U.S.
Michelin-starred restaurateur, David Moore, discusses the U.K. public's eating habits in terms of high-end cuisine.
Bentley's Bentayga SUV will come with a pricy option: a Breitling Mulliner Tourbillon clock worth about $234,000.
Airbnb, Uber, Kickstarter, BlaBlaCar, are all proving to be the “stealth businesses" in the Sharing Economy, but what about the luxury start-ups?