Sip in style! Evian Natural Spring Water unveils fouth annual limited edition bottle, designed by fashion legend Issey Miyake. It's available for $7.99 per bottle at evian.
Gucci launches a new interactive website, adding a touch of glamour to the world of social media.
The countdown to Christmas just got an upgrade, as Porsche unveils a $1 million advent calendar.
InStyle, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nars and Foursquare are collaborating on an interactive new promotion, allowing Saks shoppers to “check-in” at hot spots in the store and win prizes.
After the jump: Jimmy Choo, Ferragamo, Swarovski and more.
Jimmy Choo helps UGG morph from utilitarian to haute brand.
Recessionistas no more! Salvatore Ferragamo’s sales see 20% increase since June, as shoppers splurged on boots and handbags.
The item you never knew you couldn’t live without: Swarovski's crystal-studded carpets.
Cheers! World's first beer with 24-carat gold flakes launches.
Goldman Sachs downgrades rating on Tiffany & Co., foreshadowing poor results in coming quarters.
Seeking to bolster its international beauty sales, Procter & Gamble focuses its attention on skincare in China and fragrances in Latin America.
Still recovering from less than stellar reviews of his Spring/Summer 2011 show, Ralph Lauren opens a fine jewelry and watch salon in his Madison Avenue flagship store.
Luxury-lover Paris Hilton wins right to "That's hot" catchphrase in legal tussle with Hallmark Cards.
Morgan Stanley buys into China luxury market with Sparkle Roll stake.
Forbes price index of luxury goods keeps pace with inflation.
Ever-expanding his Virgin empire, Richard Branson is planning a new line of luxury hotels.
LVMH projects strong second half.