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Busy Burberry prepares for monthly ‘B Series’ product drop

Burberry has announced it would start releasing limited edition clothes and products each and every month, joining a growing number of rivals in the luxury sector to do so. WGSN reports.

Yoox private label due soon, created using data and AI plus human touch

Get ready for an announcement about a Yoox private brand in the very near future, driven by data insight and artificial intelligence.

Social sharing: Dior triumphs in Fashion Month media value

Fashion Month is officially over and, as always, some collections provide more of a talking point than others. According to agency InfluencerDB, Dior was the biggest winner of S/S 19.

“Enjoy the ride” – Gucci boss reassures staff over slower growth

The Gucci Effect shows signs of slowing – but CEO Marco Bizzarri tells staff not to panic, and to enjoy the ride.

Zegna’s XXX launch takes in experiential event and WeChat link-up

Luxury Italian menswear brand Ermenegildo Zegna unveiled a WeChat Interactive Partnership late last week, to celebrate the launch of its latest XXX collection, its more urban, relaxed offer.

Diesel boldly channels the negative into a positive via its new ‘Hate Couture’ collection/campaign

Diesel is boldly tapping into the notion of hate for its latest collection and campaign, printed with some of the worst comments that have been made about the brand’s celebrity roster on social media.

Eccentric Sensibility: Mulberry launches immersive experiences across Seoul

As experiential retail continues to resonate well with consumers, Mulberry is taking its Autumn Winter 18 collection out east to South Korea, with a series of immersive experiences across Seoul.

Digitally native global Gen Z lead surprisingly analogue lives

Gen Z is about to become the biggest generation on the planet, so knowing what makes these consumers tick is really important – and a new study shows that they might not be quite the people we thought they were.

Benetton goes naked for diversity and inclusivity-focused campaign

Benetton is back making waves with its marketing campaigns following the return of Oliviero Toscani to the fold last year. His latest piece of work for the Italian brand makes a point about inclusivity by the campaign for its autumn collection featuring naked models.

Wearable tech: From Hilfiger Xplore, to Fossil smartwatches

The wearables opportunity is much wider than just watches, and a wider reach than fashion brands, too. Take a look at Hilfiger Xplore technology, and Fossil's latest smartwatch for BMW. WGSN reports.

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Tiffany’s new London store: A focus on experience

Tiffany's new store in London's Covent Garden marks another step in luxury's attempt at relaxing its offering. Dubbed Style Studio, it’s less about the grand and the traditional and more about an intriguing, relaxed shopping experience.

Experiential retail: A first look at Hong Kong’s K11 Musea

Shopping malls and museums aren’t normally destinations that we think of as being complementary, but Asian developer New World Development is clearly thinking differently, and last week unveiled its K11 Musea project.