The German automaker says its new 'X-Class' will hit showrooms in Australia, Brazil, Argentina, South Africa and Europe late next year. » Read More
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Some passengers at Singapore's Changi Airport are shelling out -- in some cases more than a hundred thousand dollars -- for a bottle a flight. » Read More
Michelle McGrade, chief investment officer at TD Direct Investing, weighs in on what is driving the luxury sector, saying that Chinese consumers account for a third of the luxury brand market. » Read More
The global luxury market is estimated to grow 4 percent in 2016, according to Bain & Company’s latest study. Claudia D’Arpizio, partner at Bain & Company, discusses. » Read More
The Playboy Mansion is reportedly in contract to be purchased by the owner of an adjacent property.
If Memorial Day weekend is any indication, summer in the Hamptons is going to be booming, says Turney Duff.
An unidentified buyer purchased the bag made of Himalayan Nile crocodile skin with 18-karat gold hardware at a Christie's auction in Hong Kong.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at luxury retailers, manufacturing and reports on the OECD.
CNBC’s Robert Frank goes inside a $22 million mansion in Las Vegas.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest on Cadillac at their new experience center in New York.
A Singaporean businessman bought his own island off the coast of Tasmania.
Always fancied a private bolthole for vacations away from the city bustle? One Singaporean businessman did, and now he owns Waterhouse Island.
A long bonnet, compact structure and flying bridge at the back are some of the GTC 4 Lusso's unique features, notes Flavio Manzoni, Ferrari's senior vice president of design.
CNBC takes a look at what's hot in the collectible car market.
Michael Winkler, Bentley Motors North America CEO, introduces the luxury automaker's new SUV, the Bentayga.
CNBC's Robert Frank is winging his way to Long Island aboard Blade, New York's ridesharing helicopter service.
Millennials' apathy toward Tiffany could have longer-lasting effects on the luxury retailer's revenues, analysts says.
New York Times Chief fashion critic Vanessa Friedman and Topeka Capital Markets Senior Retail Analyst Dorathy Lakner weigh in on the challenges facing the luxury retail market.
CNBC’s Courtney Reagan reports Tiffany points to lower tourist spending due to the strong dollar as the main culprit for disappointing quarter in Europe, U.S., Asia, and particularly Hong Kong.
New store expansion remains Tiffany’s lone bright spot ahead of its Wednesday earnings report.