The limited-edition handbags and accessories collection, ‘Serpenti Through the Eyes of Ambush,’ celebrates the beauty and power of the slithering snake animal, with a vibrant colour palette and soft silhouettes.
Sewelô, whose name means “rare find” in Setswana, is the second largest rough diamond ever discovered in the world.
Burberry announces the brand’s first social retail store in China’s technology hub Shenzhen, blending the physical and social worlds in a digitally immersive retail experience.
Luxury brand Louis Vuitton aims to take us on an oasis getaway, by transforming its upper duplex store of their Takashimaya outlet with hard-sided trunks in many forms and functions, as well as art objects, exotic handbags, watches jewellery and curated selections of furniture from the Objets Nomades collection.
SINGAPORE – Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri is giving Christian Dior’s haute couture collection a touch of love.
Acquired by famed architect Geoffrey Bawa in 1947 as one of his first projects, Bawa worked tirelessly to transform the house and the gardens from a derelict rubber estate into one of the most beautiful gardens of the 20th Century.
As consumers around the world stay at home as a result of the COVID-9 pandemic, have the ways they shop online and offline changed?
Supermodel Naomi Campbell opened Paris Haute Couture Week with a video message as the fashion week goes digital.
Fashion e-commerce platform Moda Operandi is another luxury marketplace for you to discover well-known to upcoming brands.
E-commerce platform Yoox turns 20 this year and they’re celebrating with a capsule collection with London-based luxury brand JW Anderson.
To get your hands on runway pieces, MyTheresa is now having up to 70% of sale on selected womenswear and menswear items.
Since his first appointment at Louis Vuitton, creative designer Virgil Abloh has joined forces with Nigo, Japanese fashion designer and creator of clothing line A Bathing Ape to release the LV² collection, which is available today (26 June).
To mark the launched of the limited-edition Air Jordan 1 OG Dior Sneakers, Dior is launching an exclusive online experience that allows participants the opportunity to purchase a pair of a first-come, first-serve basis.
Luxury e-commerce platform Luisaviaroma is giving us some serious shopping vibes: the Florence-based company is giving fashionistas up to an extra 50% discount on sale items, so be sure to check your items at the checkout point. Do note that the discount is valid on red-labelled items.
There are coveted designer brands like Marni, Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Roger Vivier for you to choose from, that would fulfill any fashionista’s needs.
Luxury brand Celine debuts the Large Soft 16, which is an updated version of the iconic 16 Bag first introduced by Creative Director Hedi Slimane in 2018.
Luxury brand Dior unveils their latest It-bag, Bobby, for their Fall 2020 collection, which was designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Fashion brands are now trying to make sense of the new normal, and a few fundamental questions have been raised: Will shoppers’ buying trends change? Will consumer spend return like before?
The new bag has already been spotted on celebrities such as Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner, to Deepika Padukone, Zhong Chouxi and Alicia Vikander.
If you’ve been looking to mix-and-match your current wardrobe items with the now bags, shirts, shoes, and jewelry, we reckon you should take advantage of the sale now.
You can shop for a wide plethora of goods for the home on their official website such as: Home décor, loungewear, trunks, candles and fragrances, blankets, stationery, games, books and textiles.
Whether Mother’s Day gifting is a new concept introduced by merchants or not, these trying times call for us to indulge in some pampering treats, for ourselves and our loved ones. Here are some ideas for expressing your love to the woman who gave life to you.
Hedi Slimane, the Artistic Director of luxury brand Celine, has curated a selection of ten films which you can watch for free for 30 days on Mubi’s platform.
LVMH Group is pulling out its watch brands from the Baselworld exhibition, which was scheduled for January 2021, and will exhibit in April 2021 instead.