The generic top-level domain name .luxury is now available for sale to the general public, giving brands the opportunity to further define their status online.
- 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
The majority of affluent consumers employ a number of shopping and saving tactics to manage their money, with 52 percent of ultra-affluents regularly comparison shopping.
Italian fashion label Prada is hosting its second annual Prada Journal competition that asks consumers to submit short stories that use the brand’s eyewear as the starting point for approaching a topic.
Retailer Saks Fifth Avenue is driving traffic to its online shoe department with multiple advertisements on Condé Nast-owned Vogue’s mobile-optimized Web site.
La Martina, official supplier of the Federation of International Polo, has ramped up efforts to combat digital counterfeit sources.
Switzerland’s Baume & Mercier is promoting an identity as a watchmaker that celebrates life moments with a new advertising campaign.
High-end travel agency Indagare is unveiling a new Web site, now in its beta soft launch, to better serve its members looking to plan, customize and book trips to worldwide destinations.
Russian jeweler Fabergé is raising awareness of its heritage with an Easter-themed takeover of British department store Harrods.
Luxury automakers are hewing to models with greater fuel efficiency and innovative technologies April 18-27 at the 2014 New York Auto Show.
French handbag label Longchamp is commemorating the twentieth anniversary of its iconic Le Pliage handbag by opening up its bag customization options.