Luxury industry insiders appear to be less optimistic about the state of their business, according to a new report by Wealth-X.
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Luxury automakers are keeping momentum going from previous auto shows with mid-level announcements and plenty of brand interaction.
French couture house Christian Dior is allowing consumers to see the inner workings of its atelier with a documentary premiering during New York’s Tribeca Film Festival beginning this weekend.
French Champagne house Krug is telling the story of individual bottles through a new mobile application that scans a bottle’s identification code found on its label.
Danish audio and video company Bang & Olufsen is expanding its retail footprint in the United States with a new concept store on New York’s Madison Avenue.
Italian menswear label Canali enlisted Mr Porter style director Dan May for a fashion feature that instructed men how to wear one of the brand’s jackets.
Real estate brokerage Douglas Elliman is handling the marketing and sales during phase one of a $1 billion mixed-use project that aims to rejuvenate downtown Los Angeles.
Gucci and Estée Lauder were among the marketers to promote charity initiatives in the May edition of Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair.
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