Multichannel retailing is the future of the automotive industry, with 50 to 60 percent of sales leads expected to come through digital means by 2016, compared to 15 percent in 2014, according to a new report by Frost & Sullivan.
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Luxury brands such as Ralph Lauren and Prada were among advertisers gearing up for the fall fashion unveilings in the August issue of Conde Nast’s Vogue magazine.
Facebook tapped into an additional $1 billion in ad revenue during the second quarter compared to a year ago, with mobile’s percentage topping 75 percent for the first time as big brands followed consumers to where they are increasingly spending their time.
Beauty marketer Estée Lauder is giving consumers a midsummer treat as part of a new collaboration with fashion retailer Opening Ceremony.
Premier furniture distributor Luxury Brands Lifestyle, LLC, is expanding its presence in the United States with the opening of its first flagship store in Miami.
U.S. electric automaker Tesla is expanding its sales force to include consumers with the introduction of a new referral program intended to promote sales.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is taking guests up, up and away with a unique offering of helipad yoga designed to relieve stress and cleanse the mind, all while observing the beauty of the Los Angeles skyline.
Luxury brands are generally expanding their offerings online, with between 5 and 6 percent more high-end items available via ecommerce in the spring/summer 2015 season than the fall fashion season, according to a new report by ContactLab and BNP Paribas.
French fashion house Christian Dior is capturing the idea of a “cosmopolite” woman through a branded beauty collection of the same name.
Please join us for the third annual Luxury Retail Summit: Holiday Focus 2015 Wednesday, Sept. 16 in New York featuring leading specialists and top thinkers in luxury retailing and marketing.