Now that the dust surrounding most emerging markets has settled, the 11th annual Financial Times Business of Luxury Summit 2015 will tackle industry growth in terms of craftsmanship and technology.
- Apparel and accessories
- Arts and entertainment
- Consumer electronics
- Consumer packaged goods
- Financial services
- Food and beverage
- Fragrance and personal care
- Home furnishings
- Legal and privacy
- Real estate
- Software and technology
- Travel and hospitality
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is uplifting consumers with a video series featuring the biographical tales of several celebrities as they navigated life as a member of the LGBT community.
Real estate firm Engel & Völkers is delving into a new business that will reach a wider range of affluent consumers with the brokerage of business aircrafts and private jets.
In the United States, approximately 20 percent of the 239 million adults purchased at least one luxury item in the past year, according to a new report from Shullman Research Center.
German appliance maker Miele is raising awareness for the design appeal of its ranges with advertising efforts across a number of shelter publications.
French leather goods house Louis Vuitton is continuing its support of the America’s Cup yachting race by sponsoring the World Series, Qualifiers and Challenger Playoffs, in addition to presenting the 35th America’s Cup Match itself.
Italian fashion label Giorgio Armani is continuing to promote its Le Sac 11 bag with a new social video that was shared to its Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Hotel chain The Ritz-Carlton is expanding its locations in the South Pacific by opening a new property in the Special Administrative Region of Macau.
Precision-cut crystal maker Swarovski is auctioning off a selection of art objects designed by the nominees for the Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent from the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
Of the top 10 luxury brands analysed by Millward Brown and WPP for the “BrandZ Top 10 Luxury Brands” ranking, only Chanel and Louis Vuitton showed growth from the year-ago period.