This year's event in London on 16 May will see luxury founders, CEOs and executives gather in London to discuss challenges and opportunities in a fast-moving political and economic spectrum.
A galaxy of luxpreneurs will share their thoughts on sustainability for luxury businesses in extraordinary times at the fifth Luxury Law Summit. The event will take place at Ham Yard, London on 16 May and feature a range of discussions from growing and protecting a brand to sustainability challenges and opportunities, new markets, digital trends and technologies. The event will look at areas of risk to luxury brands - from Brexit and trade to the global implications for the luxury marketplaceof the UK's Criminal Finances Bill, bribery and moneylaundering. CEO Valeriano Antonioli of Lungarno Collection will talk about the Ferragamo experience from fashion to hotels whilst Kelly Koyama, Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Marc Jacobs will discuss sustainable luxury.Other speakers include Charlotte Olympia CEO Bonnie Takhar; Caroline Rush, CEO, British Fashion Council; Sophie Hapsburg; Kitty Bruce Gardyne of Kitty McKenzie; Orsola de Castro, Fashion Revolution; Mark Tallowin; Mesh Chhibber of Peau de Chagrin, Jeremy & Cath Brown, Feldspar, Philip Humm, ex-Vodafone CEO turned artist and Mark Dickens, Formula One artist and collaborator.