British accessories label Anya Hindmarch is increasing the whimsy of her already playful collections with the addition of leather stickers for spring 2015.
British automaker Rolls-Royce has fulfilled an order for 30 bespoke models, making the purchase the largest fleet of its vehicles in the world.
Today Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Luxury Collection unveiled the restored public spaces at the Hotel Imperial in Vienna after a year-long, $14 million dollar overhaul.
Hong Kong-based retailer DFS Group has plans to open a T Galleria boutique in a 13th-century Venetian building to mark its entrance into the European market.
Social magazine Flipboard is now offering streaming video content as another option for brands with a presence on its application.
Colored-gemstone miner Gemfields has set its sights on the third of the “big three” precious stones with the addition of Sri Lankan sapphires.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 15 – Jean Paul Gaultier quits ready-to-wear to focus on couture, beauty; Anya Hindmarch makes edible fashion with Kellogg’s collaboration; Burberry makes fashion show livestream interactive with commerce; Lalique, Ferragamo aim for gifting with wine glass carrier collaboration.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès to expand in China as other luxury brands pull back; LVMH’s Tag Heuer has plans for smartwatch: paper; Alessandra Bettari named Valextra CEO; Vietnam: Asia’s newest luxury hotspot.
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French glass and crystal maker Lalique has teamed up with Italian leather goods brand Salvatore Ferragamo on a leather briefcase to house wine glasses.