During Architectural Digest’s Home Design Show a number of brands are taking the opportunity to align themselves with a cause.
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Condé Nast-owned shelter publication Architectural Digest is bringing the pages of its magazine to life with the first shoppable Architectural Digest Home Design Show held March 20-23 in New York.
In today’s economy, luxury marketers should look more toward psychographics than income demographics when trying to pinpoint a target audience, according to a new study by Unity Marketing.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is undergoing maintenance on its flagship Piccadilly building in style with a façade covering designed by artist Rory Dobner.
Sacco Carpet surveys the world to ensure the quality of its carpets and rugs to supply design firms superior products that fit the lifestyle of ultra-high-net individuals.
Italian cashmere brand Loro Piana is channeling Olympic fervor to generate interest in its sports-themed limited-edition blanket collection.
Italian linen brand Frette is adding an interactive browsing experience to its ecommerce site with a Pinterest contest.
In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, a number of luxury brands sought out aspirational consumers with social contests centered on user-generated content or peer-to-peer communication.
New York retailer Bergdorf Goodman is partnering with real estate developer Elad Group to curate residences at 22 Central Park South and provide exclusive shopping assistance.
Patek Philippe, Bulgari and Clive Christian aimed to capture the affluent lifestyle in Condé Nast-owned Architectural Digest’s March issue by appealing to the shelter publication’s male and female readers.