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As luxury homes have become more complicated, the need for further domestic training became more apparent for Jill Wilpon.
Each June, racegoers descend upon Ascot to place bets on the horses. The sport however is not what grabs attention but what's worn on people's heads.
Jessica Fioriti, retail analyst at Verdict Research, tells CNBC that brands must adapt to changing consumer sentiment around luxury goods.
Indonesia is exempting most goods from a luxury tax to boost household consumption and revive faltering economic growth, the finance minister said.
Johann Rupert of Richemont, is saying inequality is unfair and it's creating "envy and hatred of the rich."
BMW is revamping its 7 Series in a competitive market, with Tesla, Porsche, Mercedes and Audi. Ian Robertson, BMW Group board member, discusses the revamp and gesture control features.
Judy Travis, a vlogger and mother of three, has her hands full, so CNBC treated her to a day at a spa.
British comedian Rowan Atkinson, has sold his McLaren F1 supercar for £8 million ($12.2 million) a lot more than what he bought it for in 1997.
Hans Jorg Meier, chief operating officer of COMO Hotels and Resorts, explains the type of "exclusive experience" that the hotel aims to offer.
American Pharoah, America's favorite horse as he makes his run for the Triple Crown, is a gentle competitor.
Sung-Joo Kim, founder of Sungjoo Group, and chair & chief visionary officer of MCM, says the e-commerce sector allows the company to tap into the millennial generation.
Despite its global expansion plans, Guy Heywood, COO of Alila Hotels and Resorts, says it is important for the boutique hotel group to stay "smallish and intimate."
Now royal enthusiasts can get a real taste of the action...when five royal wedding cake slices go up for auction.
A Yves Saint Laurent ad has been banned by the U.K's advertising watchdog, which ruled that the model used appeared “unhealthily underweight.”
Luxury retail stocks lost some of their luster this year, but one trader sees potential for Tiffany's stock.
You’d expect the typical “dinner and movie” date to cost less than $100, but one European country splashes out a little more when looking for love.
This car can reach speeds of 273 miles per hour. Christian von Koenigsegg discusses his company's $2.8 million "megacar."
Neverland is up for sale. The California property that once served as Michael Jackson's home and personal fantasyland is being listed at $100 million.
A look at the first Lamborghini SUV, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Daniel Lalonde, CEO of SMCP Group, says the high-end retailer's business model and positioning as a contemporary Paris fashion brand resonate well in Asia, especially in China.