French linen maker Yves Delorme is sharing its passion for textiles with consumers through a summer-long branded road trip through 24 European cities.
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Premier furniture distributor Luxury Brands Lifestyle, LLC, is expanding its presence in the United States with the opening of its first flagship store in Miami.
Home furnishing brands are embracing the possibilities of digital, using online features and social media to provide consumers with actionable inspiration.
Brands in the shelter space aimed to transport readers of Architectural Digest to discerning country homes in the publication’s July issue.
British retailer Harrods is improving the seating arrangements of its consumers’ home theaters through the introduction of Cine Italia Seating.
Italian fashion label Versace is giving Londoners a more immersive experience of the brand through a placement in the luxury housing development AYKON Nine Elms.
Italian furniture maker Poltrona Frau is encouraging material mindfulness with a program in partnership with New York’s Parsons School of Design.
Estée Lauder Cos.’ Crème de la Mer is giving guests at Baccarat Hotel & Residences in New York a special place to relax and wind down at its new branded spa.