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The pop-ups will only sell the brand's popular "Glossier You" fragrance, which the founder describes as "generationally defining."
A Warren Buffett-backed furniture maker is betting a mysterious ‘Guesthouse’ will help it take on Hermès and Chanel
"It's not going to have any of our products," Restoration Hardware's CEO said. "That usually is what twists everybody's head around a bit."
The Catskills have a long up-and-down history as a hotspot for wealthy New Yorkers. Now, the owners of a local tiny house resort say millennials are h...
Tourism in the Catskills declined in the 1960s and 1970s because of cheap air travel. Now, the Catskills are attracting a new clientele: millennials.
At 29 years old, ‘Project Runway’ judge Elaine Welteroth became the youngest editor-in-chief in Condé Nast history. Here are the 5 wa...
At the time, Welteroth was not only the youngest EIC in Condé Nast history, but also only the second black person to hold that title.
Take a look inside one of the most expensive ski chalets in the Alps, a 7-bedroom Austrian property that rents for over $540,000 during the holiday se...
Chalet N in Oberlech, Austria, is one of the Alps' most expensive ski chalet rentals. It costs $540,000 per week to rent during the Christmas and New Year's booking periods.
French luxury stocks are diving after Trump threatens $2.4 billion in tariffs on champagne and handbags
The proposed retaliatory duties wiped about $9 billion from the combined market capitalizations of LVMH, Kering, Hermès, and Christian Dior.
16 unbelievable ‘luxury’ items that actually exist, from a $7,650 Hermès trash can to a $10,000 Dolce & Gabbana stove
Ever wanted a designer condom or a gold toothbrush? Well, you're in luck, because those — and a number of other fancified items — are very real.
The CEO of Tiffany said customers ‘don’t care’ who owns the brand just days before the company agreed to be bought by luxury giant L...
Alessandro Bogliolo, the CEO of Tiffany & Co., spoke at Bloomberg's annual The Year Ahead: Luxury summit in New York City on Thursday.
LVMH has acquired Tiffany in a record $16.2 billion deal. Tiffany & Co. CEO Alessandro Bogliolo recently said he doesn't like the word "luxury."
Shares in the US jewelry seller and the French luxury-goods giant climbed after they agreed a $16.2 billion merger.