British wall covering maker Farrow & Ball is showing that its products can make an impact even in the tiniest spaces with a Pinterest project.
Four Seasons Hotel Beijing is looking to offer guests an authentic experience with a package that lets them explore like locals.
French apparel label Louis Vuitton is taking consumers to warmer climes with its latest Spirit of Travel campaign.
Telsa’s Elon Musk’s disruptive ideas have made him the most searched for CEO, according to research from Digital Luxury Group that ranks luxury leaders based on search engine popularity.
Conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is renewing its training program for Chinese-Americans after seeing results in the inaugural class.
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Luxury brands and retailers must work harder to link the digital experience to the store. Luxury customer service must continue to be seen and felt even in an increasingly digital world.
John B. Fairchild passed away Friday morning at the age of 87 after an accomplished career in fashion publishing.
New York department store Bergdorf Goodman is aiming to reconnect with its male consumer during a made-to-measure event in its men’s store, Goodman’s.