Luxury automakers are keeping momentum going from previous auto shows with mid-level announcements and plenty of brand interaction.
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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.
Switzerland’s Jaeger-LeCoultre fêted its latest high-jewelry collection with a fashion show organized by French couturier Alexis Mabille.
Italian fashion label Prada is hosting its second annual Prada Journal competition that asks consumers to submit short stories that use the brand’s eyewear as the starting point for approaching a topic.
Luxury automakers are hewing to models with greater fuel efficiency and innovative technologies April 18-27 at the 2014 New York Auto Show.
British tailor Gieves & Hawkes and The Queensberry Hotel in London are teaming up to drive traffic to Bath in Fashion 2014, a week-long conference celebrating British fashion.
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, HI, is renovating its fall and winter attractions with new programs and camps to appeal to the athletically-inclined.
Land Rover is furthering its strong relationship with the world of equestrian sports April 24-27 through an expanded partnership at the 2014 Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event in Lexington, KY.
Germany’s Montblanc is feting the 90th anniversary of its Meisterstück writing instrument with a capsule collection that aims to capture and celebrate the spirit of the line.
Home furnishing trade show Salone del Mobile kicked off April 8 in Milan, with luxury fashion brands using the event as a platform to showcase their interior collections.