LVMH-owned Champagne house Krug is taking consumers on a journey of taste and sound for its latest pairing event series.
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British heritage brands are joining in the festivities as Queen Elizabeth II becomes the longest reigning monarch in the United Kingdom’s history.
British crystal maker Waterford is showing off its rebellious side through a new collection of jewelry, barware and giftware called Rebel.
LVMH-owned Champagne brand Veuve Clicquot is furthering the idea that its spirit is not only for traditional celebrations, but for anytime there’s a reason to party.
Luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is again inviting consumers into its heritage sites through a group-wide event.
The United Kingdom’s luxury market is worth $49.5 billion, with that number forecast to increase to $78 billion to $87 billion by 2019, according to a new report from Walpole.
VeryFirstTo, an ecommerce platform specializing in extravagant products and experiences, is working with British furniture and interiors company Timothy Oulton to search for a discerning consumer to become a “global dinner party critic.”
For its marketing communications spirits distributor Diageo centers its strategies on a “living luxury” concept that brings innovation, brand relevancy and accessibility into the daily lives of affluent consumers.
With consumer confidence still on uncertain ground, affluent individuals are exploring avenues that will provide exclusive experiences, but at a fraction of the cost.
Department store chain Bloomingdale’s is handing over control of its Facebook account to tennis player Maria Sharapova.