Global luxury goods sales slowing
Global sales of luxury goods are off to a slow start in 2013 and aren't expected to match the double-digit growth of the last three years, consultancy Bain & Co. said in a study released Thursday. Sales of luxury apparel, accessories, jewelry, cosmetics and art are expected to grow just 4 percent t
In India, dodging taxes is part of the game
In a country long defined by its poverty, it's easy now to find India's rich. They're at New Delhi's Emporio mall, where herds of chauffeur-driven Jaguars and Audis disgorge shoppers heading to the Louis Vuitton and Christian Louboutin stores. They're shopping for Lamborghinis in Mumbai. They're pu
Decades duo take their passion for vintage to TV
The "Dukes of Melrose" hold many style secrets of fashion's royalty, and the duo of Cameron Silver and Christos Garkinos dish some of them on their new Bravo series that follows the owners of Los Angeles' famous Decades vintage store. They love the gowns, handbags, jackets and shoes they're selling
NY Fashion Week: tough, tailored, lots of black
Influencers finish up New York Fashion Week on Thursday with a taste of what's to come next fall, their appetite whet by some tough, some tailored and many black looks. But there were flashes of bright colors and earth tones, too. There were sleek minimalist shapes and some oversized, slouchy ones.