Fifty-nine percent of branded Instagram posts feature individuals, while 38 percent only include product, according to an infographic by Curalate.
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Danish porcelain maker Royal Copenhagen is setting tables for the holiday with help from comedic friends.
NEW YORK – A luxury brand’s retail environment should be carefully orchestrated to make consumers want to participate in the store experience, according to panelists speaking at the French American Chamber of Commerce’s “The Luxury Retail Store: Real Estate, Design and Customer Experience Trends” event.
Department store chain Barneys New York is helping consumers have “a very handsome holiday” through a curated gift guide.
NEW YORK – British brands looking to gain a foothold in the United States would do well to emphasize their “Britishness,” according to panelists at “GREAT Britain on Madison Avenue” held on Nov. 5.
Through growth in some major markets and contraction in others, global luxury goods surpassed $1 trillion in retail sales value for 2015, according to a new report by Bain & Co.
LONDON – The luxury industry is in for some big changes as more players from the technology sector enter the space, according to the CEO of Dymant at Luxury Interactive Europe 2015 on Oct. 28.
Danish audio and visual brand Bang & Olufsen is continuing its 90th anniversary celebrations by “rewriting the rulebook” on sound.
During September, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a number of brands are doing their part to put a spotlight on the cause through partnerships with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Online home furnishings store LuxDeco is communicating a lifestyle behind its product selection with the launch of its first print Style Guide.