Friday, 18 June 2010

Luxury News In Brief - 18/06/10

As investors struggle to find solid direction after economic turmoil in Europe, retail stocks have slipped 0.8 percent this week. The effect has resulted in Polo Ralph Lauren Corp pricing CEO Ralph Lauren’s offering of 9 million shares at $81 a share. Whilst J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs & Co., Deutsche Bank Securities and UBS Investment Bank have a further 30 days to purchase $1.4 million shares in addition of Lauren’s personal holdings, it seems regardless, the king of luxury lifestyle will be coming out with a nice raise, in addition to his control of the company.

Whilst the stilettos gain height, so too is Jimmy Choo’s expansion over the world. The luxury shoe label has announced plans to open a further four directly operated stores within Milan, France and Zurich. Tallying their store network to 110 across the globe, Jimmy Choo proves shoes really are a girls’ best friend.

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