• French luxury brands regain their luster despite the Covid-19 crisis

    French luxury brands regain their luster despite the Covid-19 crisis

    The enthusiasm of Asian customers for luxury has increased further this summer, offering the French giants of the sector, LVMH and Hermès, the opportunity to shine again in the third quarter. Over the first nine months of the year as a whole, sales are nevertheless down compared to 2019.
  • Lux Montauk shop Wyld Blue accused of selling counterfeit goods

    Lux Montauk shop Wyld Blue accused of selling counterfeit goods

    Montauk luxury store Wyld Blue has been accused of selling counterfeit goods by Instagram’s WePhotoshoppedWhat2, and the store is now fighting back with a legal threat. A lawyer for shop owner Sasha Benz has fired off a cease and desist letter to the anonymous Instagram watchdog account, stating, “It appears that the sole purpose of …
  • Amazon launches luxury clothing store with Oscar de la Renta collection

    Amazon launches luxury clothing store with Oscar de la Renta collection

    What’s next: Jeff Bezos on the cover of Vogue? Amazon, a go-to for diapers and e-books, has launched a luxury fashion division that will sell a collection by the Oscar de la Renta label, whose founder famously dressed first ladies including Jacqueline Kennedy, Nancy Reagan and Hillary Clinton, the online retailer announced on Tuesday. Luxury …
  • Lou Holtz seeks massive profit for Orlando home

    Lou Holtz seeks massive profit for Orlando home

    Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz is looking for a touchdown on a sale of his Florida home. Holtz, a supporter of President Donald Trump who will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, has just listed his Orlando, Fla., estate for $4.5 million — and he’s making a long toss in hopes of nabbing …
  • Tiffany wants Bernard Arnault to testify in court on merger intrigue

    Tiffany wants Bernard Arnault to testify in court on merger intrigue

    Tiffany & Co. wants to grill LVMH chief Bernard Arnault in court about his reported attempts to wriggle out of the $16.2 billion marriage of the luxury giants, The Post has learned. The New York-based jeweler — which sued LVMH on Wednesday to prevent the French luxury conglomerate from backing out of the November 2019 …
  • Horse hotel lets tourists sleep in a stable for $250 a night

    Horse hotel lets tourists sleep in a stable for $250 a night

    It’s an equistri-inn. An unorthodox UK hotel is allowing horse lovers to get even closer to their favorite animal — by spending the night with one in a converted stable. And guests are ponying up for the privilege, reports Caters News. “I am surprised no one has come up with the idea before,” said Tracey …
  • The Hamptons’ most expensive summer rental went to financier Ian Snow

    The Hamptons’ most expensive summer rental went to financier Ian Snow

    The mystery renter who snagged the Hamptons’ priciest summer rental is financier Ian Snow, a source told us exclusively. The Post previously reported that developer Joe Farrell’s Sandcastle estate in Bridgehampton was going for $2 million from March through Labor Day, making the luxury property the East End’s priciest ever. At the time, Farrell said …
  • Akon just unveiled his $6B ‘futuristic’ city in Senegal; reviews are mixed

    Akon just unveiled his $6B ‘futuristic’ city in Senegal; reviews are mixed

    DAKAR, Senegal — The twisting metallic skyscrapers planned for Akon City look like they could sprout on Mars in the distant future – blueprints that scream: Bring your hoverboard. But Akon, the R&B singer who split his youth between this West African country and New Jersey, said his $6 billion eponymous development project will transform …
  • Goodbye tourists, hello elopers: Big Apple hotels reopen to new customers

    Goodbye tourists, hello elopers: Big Apple hotels reopen to new customers

    Nearly five months after shutting their doors, some of the Big Apple’s fanciest hotels are starting to take reservations again, buoyed by signs of pent-up demand from cooped-up New Yorkers. Gone are the tourists and business travelers, and in their place are bored suburbanites looking to celebrate a birthday or spice up a staycation — …
  • Hamptons real-estate prices at record high

    Hamptons real-estate prices at record high

    The COVID-19 NYC exodus has driven Hamptons real-estate prices to record highs. Now the Southampton house which Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie famously rented in 2009 — and where rumors swirled that Jolie was spotted relaxing nude — is on the market for $15.5 million. The gated estate on Ox Pasture Road in Southampton Village’s …