Luxury apparel has found a surprising new consumer in recent years with many brands creating collections specifically designed for young children, including toddlers and infants.
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Counterfeiting has had an extensive impact on luxury goods and is set to keep pace with technology, creating challenges and opportunities to stop the production of these items through authentication practices.
The Ferragamo name is best known for the impeccably crafted footwear and leather goods of Salvatore Ferragamo, the Italian apparel and accessories house.
Online retail platforms are increasingly looking to specialize in certain areas and offer unique services to consumers in an attempt to differentiate themselves from competitors in a crowded market.
Strategic retail expansion is ideal for smaller luxury brands working to enter a developed market such as New York and increase consumer awareness.
San Francisco’s proximity to Silicon Valley and the tech industry has made it one of the most popular luxury real estate locations in the world.
Domestic staffing plays a significant role in many affluent households, but as with any other job, it can be difficult to master without proper training.
As the luxury industry as a whole is steadily growing in its embrace of ecommerce to reach a more global audience, startup Artemest is giving a home to Italian artisans online.
New York has been rated one of the top luxury real estate markets in the world, but understanding and marketing to the individuals who are purchasing high end real estate can be tricky.
Le Collectionist embraces the idea of unique travel experiences and twists it with a homey, personalized concept to craft temporary stay options for guests traveling around the world.