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New chief executive sees a growing power of niche brands appealing to those who still want to set themselves apart
Pandemic-induced increase in selling online has seen demographic shift to younger buyers more comfortable using digital devices
The eccentric artist, who has his own museum in rural Wales, shares some of his most striking work
Watchmaker Tom Mason keeps the second-hands turning for the world's wealthiest collectors
Auction site looks to grab bigger share of $18bn second-hand market, as supplies of new pieces tighten
Country with high per capita ratio of billionaires and a growing tech sector has seen rise in demand for luxury goods
A V&A exhibition will show lesser known jewellery by the company famous for its imperial Easter eggs
Prices have been rising alongside the independent watchmaker’s popularity
Fascinating Paris exhibition traces the arabesque influence on a style of jewellery that is enduringly popular
The brand’s Longitude watch is the first to be made in the new facility and feature a costlier but proprietary calibre
Are such displays of wealth gratuitous or an extension of cultural tradition?
Jewellers still face supply issues but have reported a rise in consumer spending
The horological tradition is alive and well in the walled city as new brands take off and older ones are revived
Asian collectors drive up resale prices with growing interest at auction
The Danish jeweller has revamped its range and increased marketing spend by a half
Brooklyn-based company notches value of $1.7bn as investor appetite for IPOs persists
Corporate strategists may draw comfort from President Xi’s recent remarks on citizens’ wealth
Akeroyd is a logical choice and unlikely to change luxury group’s strategic thrust
Kering shares hit as revenues at Italian fashion house fall short of expectations
World’s biggest luxury group says there are no signs a feared crackdown in China is affecting sales
Country’s elite bounce back from Covid-19 but broader economic recovery remains uneven
Luxury brands are using packages of selected clothes and accessories to shift unsold stock. But can this put a lid on overproduction?
Despite new AI-powered technology, catching counterfeits in the second-hand market remains in the hands of a few skilled professionals
Collectors have consistently favoured Malaysian brand Ming’s designs
Consumers signal a preference for quality and transparency over the place of production