British retailer Harrods is bringing its involvement in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in-stores through a host of initiatives throughout May.
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British fashion label Thomas Pink is dressing guests at a black-tie dinner party in an unexpected location.
U.S. fashion house Oscar de la Renta is now offering international consumers shipping options available through its ecommerce site.
Maintaining an in-house ecommerce platform is highly demanding, making a cloud-based solution the shrewdest move for brands lacking serious cash-flow and a digitally-oriented management team, according to a new report by L2 and Demandware.
Join speakers from YouGov, Interbrand, Shullman Research Center, Boston Retail Partners, McCann Truth Central, Havas Media, Ipsos and Wealth-X at the exclusive Luxury Insights Summit 2015 in New York on Wednesday, April 29. Registration limited to 75 attendees.
French couture house Christian Dior is illustrating how its Diorama handbag fits into an modern woman’s wardrobe through digital content.
Department store chain Barneys New York is easing the gifting process with an updated online registry that blends editorial with increased functionality.
LVMH-owned Champagne maker Veuve Clicquot is sharing a multitude of images with fans on its newly created Tumblr page that will allow the brand to connect with more consumers.
German automaker BMW is appealing to families with the assimilation of the location-sharing application Life360 into its vehicles.
The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton, Canada, is celebrating its centennial by inviting guests to visit the property April 25 with beloved artifacts or knickknacks taken from past stays.