Luxury Brands

The Road To House Of Khadi

Rima Sams | Posted 23.01.2017 | UK Style
Rima Sams

Back in Anjuna I sifted my way through the bundles wrapped in yesterday's news. I matched fabrics and trimmings with my favourite items of clothing. Having grown up on Portobello Road, I had been collecting vintage clothes since I was thirteen. I hauled the huge bag to a local Nepali tailor and handed over my original pieces, explaining that I wanted them copied, but altered in quite radical ways.

Celebs Are Going Wild for this Chic Anti-Paparazzi Scarf

Jonathan A.J. Wilson | Posted 13.02.2017 | UK Style
Jonathan A.J. Wilson

Inventor and entrepreneur Saif Siddiqui is the brains and founder of The ISHU - a new fashion brand, whose first product is a scarf that allows the wearer to disrupt flash photography. It's also about to appear on the shelves of Harrods.

Charlie Thomas

Can You Get A Luxury Shopping Experience Online?

HuffingtonPost.com | Charlie Thomas | Posted 23.11.2012 | UK

Luxury retailers must focus on providing a rounded customer experience, rather than simply flogging goods, if they are to survive the ongoing recessio...

No Such Thing as a Free Lunch? In That Case I'll Have a 'Double Dip' Recession With Chocolate Bits and strawberry Sauce Please

Daniel Warner | Posted 03.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Daniel Warner

Are we in the double dip or have we come out the other side and are now going down for the third time? Am I supposed to be cutting back, giving some slack or just cutting corners on the luxury and only buying the necessary?

Jobs' A Good 'Un! Tech Companies Dominate Brand League Table

Charlie Thomas | Posted 02.10.2012 | UK

Apple has become one of the world's most valued brands, following stellar sales in both developed and emerging markets last year. It was only beat...

Debating the Pros and Cons for Retailers Doing Business Online

Raconteur Media | Posted 28.05.2012 | UK Tech
Raconteur Media

Two leading figures in the luxury sector argue the case for and against embracing technology and online selling, writes Clare Gascoigne.