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Nina Sovich

Faster, higher, stronger: luxury pricing goes for gold

10 Aug 2012

PARIS If, like French fashion house Balmain, you can sell a ripped cotton tee-shirt for more than 1,000 euros, you might wonder if there's any price your well-heeled customers won't pay.

Faster, higher, stronger: luxury pricing goes for gold

10 Aug 2012

PARIS If, like French fashion house Balmain, you can sell a ripped cotton tee-shirt for more than 1,000 euros, you might wonder if there's any price your well-heeled customers won't pay.

Faster, higher, stronger: luxury pricing goes for gold

10 Aug 2012

PARIS If, like French fashion house Balmain, you can sell a ripped cotton tee-shirt for more than 1,000 euros, you might wonder if there's any price your well-heeled customers won't pay.

French luxury giants gain from priciest brands

27 Jul 2012

PARIS Luxury companies in France continue to reap profits from selling wealthy customers in Asia the highest priced and most exclusive goods, which are outpacing growth in lower-tier luxury and retail products.

French luxury giants gain from priciest brands

27 Jul 2012

PARIS Luxury companies in France continue to reap profits from selling wealthy customers in Asia the highest priced and most exclusive goods, which are outpacing growth in lower-tier luxury and retail products.

Hermes, Remy Cointreau dampen fears of waning Chinese demand

20 Jul 2012

PARIS The Chinese are still snapping up Birkin bags and rare Cognacs, boosting sales for European luxury goods companies Hermes and Remy Cointreau and calming fears that demand may be cooling.

Hermes, Remy Cointreau dampen fears of waning Chinese demand

19 Jul 2012

PARIS The Chinese are still snapping up Birkin bags and rare Cognacs, boosting sales for European luxury goods companies Hermes and Remy Cointreau and calming fears that demand may be cooling.

WRAPUP 1-Hermes, Remy Cointreau dampen fears of waning Chinese demand

19 Jul 2012

PARIS, July 19 The Chinese are still snapping up Birkin bags and rare Cognacs, boosting sales for European luxury goods companies Hermes and Remy Cointreau and calming fears that demand may be cooling.

Hermes sales growth slows as economies falter

19 Jul 2012

PARIS French luxury goods maker Hermes said second-quarter sales growth slowed in the face of increasing economic turbulence, though it stuck to its full-year target as emerging-market customers continue to flock to the high-end brand.

Louis Vuitton steps up jewellery push with Paris store

02 Jul 2012

PARIS, July 2 LVMH opened a Louis Vuitton jewellery store on Paris's Place Vendome on Monday, hoping to tap in to a fast-growing market for expensive baubles and expand the brand's image beyond leather goods and fashion.

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