Designer and Luxury

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Diego Della Valle on Italy, Luxury and More

The Tod's executive held court at the annual Pambianco conference in Milan on Thursday.

Derek Lam Inks Licensing Deal for Japan

Itochu will have exclusive rights to the Derek Lam and Derek Lam 10 Crosby collections.

Burberry Sees Currency Woes Waning

On Wednesday, the firm reported second-half numbers won’t be as badly damaged by exchange-rate fluctuations as those of the first half.

Italian Brands See Profits Climb

Brunello Cucinelli, Moncler and Aeffe posted increased profits and sales in the first nine months of the year, eyeing gains going forward.

Gucci Unveils Revamped West Coast Flagship

The 22,000-square-foot store at 347 N. Rodeo Dr. here is in keeping with the brand’s global retail concept plus some tweaks.

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Prada Talks Pasticceria Marchesi Expansion Plans

The group will open two other Marchesi units in the city.

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Roland Mouret Opens on Madison Ave.

The designer decided on the uptown location, as opposed to SoHo or Fifth Avenue, because of its “village mentality.”

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Caruso Creates Showplace in Manhattan

Umberto Angeloni spared no expense to create the showplace for his luxury Italian men’s wear label.

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Ralph Rucci Exits Own Fashion House

A new creative director will be named before the end of the year.

Richemont Looks for 2015 Improvement

Compagnie Financière Richemont said profits fell 23.5 percent in the six months to Sept. 30, due to volatile trading conditions worldwide.

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Kazakhstan's Thriving Luxury Market Continues to Gain Steam

Central Asia's tallest building, the Esentai Tower, reflects both the ambitions of real estate developer Capital Partners and the country’s demand for luxury.

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Bridget Foley's Diary: Dior Goes Greene

One exercise in the dichotomy of DNA is being played anew this week, with the opening of the Dior store on Greene Street in SoHo.

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