High-profile luxury brands consider China a top market for sales potential, while high-end retailers are in the earlier stages of entry into the country.
Italian fashion house Fendi is showing the craftsmanship that went into its relaunched Selleria collection through global multichannel efforts that span store windows, a microsite and social media.
The Leading Hotels of the World is showcasing its properties in a collaborative film project that is part of its 85th anniversary cinema-themed campaign.
Chopard is feting its new sustainable luxury initiative called “The Journey” by releasing the first two ethically made pieces on the red carpet at the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.
London department store Harrods is partnering with spirits brands Hendrick’s Gin, Courvoisier, Stolichnaya, The Macallan and Johnnie Walker Black Label to push its in-store and online beverage department.
Jaguar Land Rover North America is sharpening the focus of its marketing for the 2014 F-Type sports car to reach a youth-minded target audience.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. pushed its ‘20s-inspired jewelry lines through advertisements on The New York Times’ desktop and mobile sites on the day that Baz Luhrmann’ “The Great Gatsby” hit theaters.
Claremont Rug Company embraced the Internet early on and now the medium is its primary means to disseminate information and gain sales from its ultra-high-net-worth audience.
Gucci owner Kering, formerly PPR, is reinforcing its corporate values during the second annual student competition in partnership with Parsons The New School for Design.
NEW YORK – A Tod’s executive at the Luxury Roundtable: State of Luxury 2013 conference said consumers expect the same brand experience, no matter the point of entry.