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Tod's Sales Climb

Strong gains in Asia and robust growth of the Tod’s brand and its footwear category helped the parent company close 2011 with a 13.5 percent rise in sales.

Lancel Said Considering CEO Move

Firm's current ceo, Marc Lelandais, and parent Compagnie Financière Richemont, “have come to identify differences of views on major matters."

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Louis Vuitton Links With Artist Yayoi Kusama

Product range includes leather goods, ready-to-wear, accessories, shoes, watches and jewelry.

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Cerre Eyes More Retail

The five-year-old Los Angeles-based leather apparel and accessories brand has opened a store at 8920 Melrose Avenue.

Bruno Guillon Tapped as Next Mulberry CEO

Guillon, who is managing director of Hermès France, will replace Godfrey Davis in the role as of March.

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Bernard Arnault Revives Trunk Maker Moynat

On Saturday, the doors are slated to open on a 2,150-square-foot Parisian boutique for the heritage brand, which has been dormant for decades.

Delvaux Taps Christina Zeller

Belgian accessories firm appoints product and merchandising director.

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Sal Cesarani Designs Bracelet for a Cause

Piece brings awareness to the work Caring for Carcinoid is doing to discover a cure for neuroendocrine cancers.

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Mark Cross' Second Act

Thanks to new owners, the 166-year-old leather brand will unveil its first collection since it shuttered its doors in 1997.

Coach Opening Shop in Selfridges

Retailer will have the global exclusive for the Hugo Guinness collection of men’s accessories and will include an edited assortment of other men’s product.

Jerome Dreyfuss Launches Men's Bags

Parisian designer created a rock 'n' roll-inspired accessories and handbag collection.

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Salvatore Ferragamo Eyes Growth in Latin America

Italian brand is planning an ambitious incursion into region’s growing luxury clothing and accessories market.

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