NEW YORK – An Ipsos MediaCT executive at the “Luxury in the Digital World” panel March 31 said that luxury consumption is on the rise with 57 percent of affluent consumers planning to buy more luxury items compared to 2014.
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French luxury conglomerate Kering is exploring women’s contributions to film through a new initiative at the Festival de Cannes.
LVMH-owned Ruinart Champagne is exploring the notion of time through 12 glass sculptures representing the months of the year.
German automaker BMW has announced that its vehicles will be the exclusive worldwide automotive partner in the upcoming installment of the “Mission: Impossible” film franchise.
Shiseido-owned Clé de Peau Beauté is introducing its products to a wider consumer demographic through an outdoor installation commissioned by architect Shigeru Ban.
Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana has incurred the anger of a number of popular celebrities after its founders Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana got into an argument with British singer Sir Elton John about same-sex families.
Luxury brands are taking advantage of Hong Kong Art Week March 14-21 to promote their products in different ways and appeal to artistically minded consumers in the Chinese city.
Italian jewelry maison Buccellati is celebrating the opening of its new flagship boutique on New York’s Madison Avenue with an in-store art exhibition.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Mar. 12 – Rolls-Royce takes mobile-optimized exhibition to Dubai; Mulberry announces new CEO; WWD changes print schedule to weekly; Givenchy continues to expand in US.
Luxury auction houses and the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District are participating in Asia Week to honor Eastern art in New York.