The Peninsula Hotels is catering to “crafty” consumers with a brewery partnership at its Beverly Hills, CA location.
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High-speed households in China are expected to account for 90 percent of the increase in consumer spending over the next five years, according to a new report by Boston Consulting Group.
Hong Kong-based luxury goods marketplace Luxify has partnered with Landscope Christie’s International Real Estate to connect affluent Chinese to wine-producing estates abroad.
Barring new injections of economic turmoil around the world, luxury purchases are on track to steadily increase in the United States through the rest of 2015, according to a new report by Shullman Research Center.
LVMH-owned cognac maker Hennessy is educating enthusiasts through a new digital initiative that tests knowledge to become a true connoisseur.
British fashion house Burberry is expanding its global flagship location with the addition of an exclusive gifting area and an all day café.
LVMH-owned Krug is showing that its Champagne can even pair with traditional fish and chips at a London pop-up snack shop July 8-12.
Luxury Daily’s live news from June 10 – Hublot courts Arab consumers with new brand ambassador; Porsche counts down to Le Mans with statistics, video; Bentley contrasts cars, horses in social video; Four Seasons caters to creatives with second artist-in-residence.
Department store chain Bloomingdale’s is helping consumers prepare for Father’s Day celebrations with a gift guide on its Web site.
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