British department store chain Selfridges is responding to consumer outrage due to what was perceived as anti-homeless studs placed outside its Manchester Exchange store.
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Affluent consumers are often labeled through household income, but by delving deeper than economics it is evident that there are generational differences among affluents when defining luxury, according to a report from Shullman Research Center.
British makeup artist Pat McGrath is promoting a number of the luxury brands she works with by sharing behind-the-scenes images of this year’s New York Fashion Week on Facebook.
Italian apparel and accessories brand Tod’s is co-producing a retrospective on British artist David Bailey in Milan to show its contemporary appeal.
Online retailer Moda Operandi is continuing its firsts in fashion with a video series that features individuals from the industry.
Italian fashion label Marni is amplifying the efforts for its 20th anniversary with a new Web site design that blends content and commerce.
Luxury hotels are preparing for school spring breaks with family-oriented packages that offer entertainment for guest of all ages.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 26 – Emilio Pucci, Ladurée bake up summery treats for Milan Fashion Week; Krug invites skiers to chill slopeside with pop-up eatery; Givenchy encourages consumer involvement via layered fragrances; Saks acts as cornerstone of Houston Galleria’s $250M transformation.
Today in luxury marketing – Buyers applaud London’s rich tapestry of talent; Marchionne raises Fiat Chrysler stake as Ferrari spin-off nears; Fendi does couture; Hyper-luxury cars are now selling faster than normal ones.
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.