Luxury & Lifestyle
The Collective by Lewis Silkin brings together a “collective” of ideas and thoughts from leading figures and commentators in the fast-moving luxury, lifestyle and premium brands sector.
Aimed at decision makers, The Collective by Lewis Silkin helps to drive commercial understanding and foster valuable relationships. We talk about the issues that matter and help you overcome them.
We would like to invite our clients, contacts, friends and colleagues from across the sector – including those working in retail, fashion, hotels, beauty, arts, travel, automotive and food & beverage – to join us.
TCLS LIVE28 March 2023
Join The Collective by Lewis Silkin for an exclusive evening exploring some of the strategies, opportunities and challenges that luxury, lifestyle and business-led brands need to understand in 2023.
What can we do about an EU customer charging us for Brexit delays? Rebecca Harries writes for The Times05 May 2021
We make goods in the UK and are struggling with delivering our products to Europe on time because of additional costs and delays caused by Brexit. One of our overseas customers is threatening to impose financial penalties on us for the delay. What should we do?
Business in 2020 – The Collective by Lewis Silkin14 January 2020
You're exclusively invited to join us for a half day conference which will provide you with critical insights for business in 2020, connecting thought leaders in the retail, luxury and lifestyle sectors.
Fashion & Copyright: Securing your design12 December 2019
The recent landmark decision of Cofemel v G-Star Raw, outlines that copyright protection exists for designers across the EU if their works are original. “Originality” is defined as: the own intellectual creation of the author. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) stated that no additional national legal requirements are needed to bring a claim for copyright infringement, except for originality. The decision should help to unify the approach to EU copyright laws.
Champagne at Tiffany’s!04 December 2019
Apologies for the terrible pun, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” didn’t sound appropriate for the soon-to-be owner. It has been announced last week that LVMH has agreed a deal to acquire Tiffany & Co. at a valuation of $16.6bn. And just before the Christmas rush of “acquisitions” of perfectly wrapped turquoise boxes!