BUSINESS | Hermes Launches Concierge Service In Dubai Amid Lockdown

Shortly after the UAE announced a week-long extension of its country-wide lockdown, Parisian luxury label Hermes has decided to launch a concierge service for its customers in the Emirates.

As of April 19, the French maison will be delivering its ubiquitous orange boxes straight to the doorsteps of customers in Dubai with no minimum spend and no delivery charge. It joins the service that has already been up-and-running in Bahrain and Kuwait.

To shop the luxury label’s latest pieces, including its recent spring 2020 collection as well as a brand new range of lipsticks, customers can simply contact one of the two dedicated numbers to place an order and arrange delivery in Dubai.

Meanwhile, in China, the French high-fashion retailer brought in $2.7 million on the day its flagship store reopened in the southern city of Guangzhou, according to a report by Women’s Wear Daily, citing multiple sources.


FASHION AVENUE | Christian Loubutin Expands Nude Shoe Collection For More Skintones

The lack of variety when it comes to ‘nude’ toned clothing has been an ongoing issue for many. However, there are brands such as Christian Loubutin that are finding ways to expand their offerings to fit the needs of a wider range of skintones. In 2013, the luxury brand originally launched their Nudes shoe collection … More FASHION AVENUE | Christian Loubutin Expands Nude Shoe Collection For More Skintones

BUSINESS | LVMH – Tiffany Deal Seen Au Uncertain: WWD

French luxury goods group LVMH’s board called a meeting in Paris to discuss its $16.2 – billion offer for Tiffany & Co amid a deteriorating situation in the U.S. market, fashion trade publication WWD reported on Tuesday, citing sources. Tiffany did not immediately respond to a request for comment and LVMH declined comment.


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