Fashion & Luxury

With a rich history of accomplishments, we have supported some of the best global and emerging fashion and luxury brands

Some of our very first clients were in the fashion and luxury industry, and we have since broadened our experience to span a breadth of categories such as Haute Couture, Accessories and Cosmetics. We master all roles at board level, as well as functions including creative, commercial, marketing, and retail and buying positions and provide our clients with unrivalled analysis of the global market.

Our Experience

Accessories & Leathergoods
Automotive
Beauty & Cosmetics
Concierge
Department Stores
Haute Couture
Home & Lifestyle
Jewellery & Watches
Luxury Retail
Luxury Services
Ready-to-Wear
Travel & Leisure

Selected Clients

Key People

Moira Benigson

Moira Benigson

Managing Partner

Linda Summers

Linda Summers

Senior Associate Consultant

When I joined Versace as Chief Executive Officer in 2016, The MBS Group helped recruit our new senior management team. They listened to our needs and took the time to understand our priorities, demonstrating flexibility, passion and skill. The whole experience was really positive.

JONATHAN AKEROYD - CEO, VERSACE

Latest MBS News & Intelligence

MBS News

26 July 2017 - 8:40

Dr. Martens announces plans to open five new stores across the UK The new store locations have not yet been revealed, but the announcement follows the opening of a new site in Reading last week. Dr. Martens also opened a new flagship store in Camden, London in April. Read more.


26 July 2017 - 8:37

Amazon reportedly considering beauty partnership with Violet Grey Amazon is understood to be in talks with the curated beauty site as it looks to bring more beauty brands and content to its marketplace, WWD reports. Violet Grey sells an edited assortment of products from brands including 111 Skin, Byredo and Le Mer. Read more.


25 July 2017 - 8:34

Giorgio Armani to cut brands as part of major restructuring The Italian luxury group's seven design lines will be reduced to three: Giorgio Armani, Emporio Armani and the lower-priced Armani Exchange. The company also announced plans to restructure its store network after group revenues fell 5% to €2.5bn in 2016. Read more.