U.S. electric automaker Tesla was in the limelight last week with its entry into the home, and while the hype was focused elsewhere, the brand began offering pre-owned vehicles.
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Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is joining another sport through its partnership with World Surf League as the official timekeeper of the Big Wave Tour.
Italian lingerie maker La Perla is generating email sign-ups with an exclusive private sale.
French fashion house Balmain is capitalizing on its young creative director with an online poll asking fans to vote on who they think Olivier Rousteing might be talking to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Gala.
Italian menswear label Ermenegildo Zegna is dabbling in art during the Expo Milano 2015 for a long-term preservation project on the Italian coasts.
While most brands concentrate their efforts on Brazil’s coastal cities, consumers residing in the country’s interior are projected to contribute more than 45 percent of the growth through 2020, according to a new report by Boston Consulting Group.
The “creepiness cliff” for consumer data collection always seems to be one step away, yet consumers have become more tolerant to various practices as the shopping experience improves and brands act in a more mannered way, according to a new report by L2.
Italian fashion label Giorgio Armani is giving consumers a better understanding of its brand history through a newly opened museum in Milan.
U.S. electric automaker Tesla Motors is extending its energy-efficient inventions into the home with its new Powerwall home battery.
Starwood’s St. Regis property is opening in Moscow despite uncertainties in the Russian economy and a downturn in travel to the city.