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Members of the Chu family run the Mission Hills Group, which is known for golf, but now has eight core businesses.
Ritu Kumar, a revivalist of India's lost crafts and embroideries, is today drawing inspiration from the catwalks of Paris — with the help of her son Amrish.
Prora was originally commissioned by Adolf Hitler as a massive beach holiday resort complex for German workers.
A financial crisis could be just around the corner, according to the chief executive of LVmH, who has described the global economic outlook as “scary”.
Sukanto Tanoto said buildding Singapore-based RGE into a resources giant was and still is very much a team effort.
Despite tumbling transaction levels, the U.K. is still a compelling place to invest, says the head of Christie's International Real Estate.
As an 18-year-old, Ermenegildo Zegna founded a wool mill in Northern Italy with the vision to ethically create the world's finest textiles.
Ian Schrager, Ian Schrager Company founder, talks about rethinking the standard hotel model by offering travelers a cheaper alternative in the hospitality space. Also Schrager weighs in on the Trump Organization's launch of the "American Idea" hotel.
The idea of "luxury" — a term frequently associated with the "1 percent" — is being steadily redefined by evolving consumer tastes.
Karl-Friedrich Scheufele and Karl Scheufele of Chopard talk about how being family-owned and family-run is key to the watchmaker's identity.
Brett Anderson, editor-in-chief of the Robb Report,talks about the state of luxury in his latest report.
Siblings Caroline and Karl-Freidrich Scheufele are the fourth generation owners and co-presidents of the Chopard brand.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on retail earnings from Michael Kors and J.Jill.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team talks about the luxury retailer's quarterly results.
During the fourth quarter, Michael Kors said it swung to a net loss of $26.8 million.
CNBC's Robert Frank talks to Charris Yadigaroglou of MB&F to find out how the watchmaker has managed to buck the slumping watch sales trend with a timepiece that costs half a million dollars and is already sold out.
Earlier this month, Coach announced its plans to buy Kate Spade for $2.4 billion, in an effort to create a broader "lifestyle assortment."
John Stensholt, the Australian Financial Review, talks about how some of the richest individuals in Australia are surprisingly from "old economy" businesses.
Trump SoHo's corporate bookings were down to 11 events this year, with fewer well-known names, WNYC reports.
Tiffany attributed the first-quarter sales declines to lower spending by both foreign tourists and local customers in its Americas region.
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