Modern luxury upstarts have made designer diffusion lines utterly pointless. Here’s why the model, a carryover from the 1990s, is going the way of the dinosaur.
LVMH is in hot pursuit of London-based cycling brand Rapha. We’ve got details on the potential sale price — and what LVMH plans to do with them once acquired.
We explore how the direct-to-consumer bag makers have used strategic projects with AYR, Ledbury, Need Supply, and The Arrivals to gain serious traction.
The British are coming: Drake’s of London dips a toe into the US (and signals a new set of ambitions).
In the six years since purchasing Drake’s in 2010 (alongside The Armoury’s Mark Cho), CEO Michael Hill has doubled the brand’s business. Here’s how he’s done it.
The tone towards the annual sales event changed in a big way this year, and several modern luxury brands vocally opposed it. Will others soon follow their lead?
TRNK co-founder Tariq Dixon explains what it took to get TRNK off the ground, and how it instantly became a top resource for the male home (just by launching).
After thriving on limitation since 2008, Proper Cloth spreads its wings with a new $1M Soho flagship.
Proper Cloth has exploded since launching as a bare-bones shirtmaker in late 2008. Its shiny, new Soho flagship is a milestone that speaks volumes about the brand’s progression.
Countless activewear brands release yoga pants ‘just because’. American Giant has developed a pair of non-athletic leggings that have a clear reason to exist.
Men’s tailored performance brand Mizzen+Main is one of a growing number of modern luxury companies that don’t discount. CEO Kevin Lavelle explains why.
The watch publisher has put out two brilliant timepiece collaborations this quarter — and no one’s doing it better.