Italian fashion house Valentino is pointing to its heritage with a new collection of customizable accessories in shades of the brand’s iconic red color.
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The “YUM” acronym has commanded a lot of attention following HSBC’s “Rise of the Yummy” report, but will this demographic alter the luxury landscape?
Department store chain Barneys New York created an iPad-specific application to further bring its in-store experience into the digital space.
Although luxury automakers receive immense traffic at auto shows, there are certain tactics that can meaningfully increase engagement.
Switzerland’s Chopard is taking its consumers on an ethical journey down the green carpet to emphasizes its sustainable practices.
Italian fashion label Versace is hoping to drive in-store traffic with a new club designed around its studded sunglass line.
The Ritz-Carlton is touting its hospitality credentials with a leadership center that promises to help organizations improve their employee culture.
French perfumer Guerlain is building exposure for its La Petite Robe Noire fragrance with a digital effort that combines consumer interaction and personalization.
Cartier, Hermès and Roche Bobois crafted a “fine romance” in the May issue of Condé Nast’s shelter publication Architectural Digest to embody the affluent lifestyle of the magazine’s audience.
Italian menswear label Ermenegildo Zegna is pointing to a shoes-first dressing philosophy with a new ongoing styling feature.