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Are ethical investing considerations a luxury in the current environment?

It had looked like 2020 would be a big year for the ESG (environment, social, governance) industry. Now the sole topic of conversation among investor(...)

Lockdown cooking: cakes by Hamish Bowles, Tan France and Bella Hadid. Photographs: Instagram

Here are a few things that I have not done during the past two months. Wear high heels. Pick out a handbag because it works with a certain outfit and (...)

André Leon Talley, in his boyhood hometown of Durham, North Carolina. Photograph: Jeremy M Lange/NYT

André Leon Talley – renowned fashion editor, prince of excess – has taken a fair few luxury holidays in his time. First-class flights to Biarritz, pri(...)

A Louis Vuitton branch, which is LVMH’s biggest brand accounting for almost half of group operating profit.

LVMH and Kering, the world’s biggest luxury goods groups, told employees they would be a placed on an emergency government assistance scheme but later(...)

French luxury group LVMH chairman Bernard Arnault addresses the shareholders general meeting in Paris

Luxury-goods mogul Bernard Arnault has been hard hit by the spread of the coronavirus, losing more financially than anyone else in the world. He has (...)

Butternut Box co-founders Kevin Glynn and David Nolan

Butternut Box, a London-based fresh dog food business co-founded by Irish man Kevin Glynn, has secured further investment from backers less than a yea(...)

Karl Lagerfeld with his cat Choupette. Photograph: choupettesdiary/Instagram

After Karl Lagerfeld, the Chanel designer, died last February, aged 85, a rumour began to circulate: He had left his fortune, and a large part of his (...)

The Sewelo diamond. Photograph: The New York Times

The second-biggest diamond in history will be cut, polished and turned into a collection of Louis Vuitton jewellery. Lucara Diamond Corp, which found(...)

Tiffany’s only Irish outlet is in Brown Thomas on Grafton Street in Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Pre-tax profits lost some of their sparkle at the Irish arm of jewellers Tiffany last year, falling by 59 per cent to €106,000. The profits at T(...)

Perriand loved beachcombing on the Normandy coast

She wore ball bearings as a necklace, always started at eye level when composing an interior, advised anyone who couldn’t afford artworks to look at n(...)

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