Luxury brands are embracing the beloved story of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” with a selection of treats paying homage to the novel’s 150th anniversary.
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NEW YORK – Luxury consumers have significantly different preferences from mainstream America and will conduct holiday shopping in a different manner, according to the founder of the Shullman Research Center at the Luxury Retail Summit: Holiday Focus 2015 on Sept 16.
British department store Harrods is putting a spotlight on “Timeless Design” through an in-store exhibit spanning its home and furniture departments.
British automaker Bentley Motors is continuing to establish itself as a choice purveyor of more than just cars.
Lifestyle brand Lalique is teaming up with the Elton John AIDS Foundation to raise funds for the organization’s work to battle both the illness via treatment and stigmas about the disease.
Danish porcelain maker Royal Copenhagen is looking back on its 240-year “love affair” with its Blue Fluted pattern through a multifaceted anniversary campaign.
British crystal maker Waterford is showing off its rebellious side through a new collection of jewelry, barware and giftware called Rebel.
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.”
French leather goods brand Hermès is prompting consumer experimentation with its array of wallpaper options through an interactive online feature.
British luxury organization Walpole is championing the role of craftsmen in the luxury industry with a program that gives business guidance to artisan entrepreneurs.