VERSAILLES, France – Strategic sustainability should be focused, starting from a brand’s interior before radiating outward toward consumers, according to panelists at The New York Times International Luxury Conference April 5.
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Personal fulfillment is the number one reason ultra-high-net-worth individuals indulge in philanthropy, according to a new survey by Wealth-X.
French home furnishings maker Roche Bobois is reinterpreting its Mah Jong sofa with the help of eight artists.
Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani has pledged that going forward its collections will be 100 percent fur-free.
Department store chain Lane Crawford is spending #15SecondsWith Chinese creatives ahead of the Hong Kong AmfAR gala on March 19.
Giorgio Armani Beauty is raising awareness for the millions of children who lack access to clean, safe water through a charity campaign.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is stressing its range of interests and concerns with a showcase of creative talent.
International Women’s Day has inspired a number of luxury houses to celebrate the achievements of women and call for gender equality.
French luxury conglomerate Kering Group is commemorating International Women’s Day on March 8 through its “We Are Women” campaign and by lending support to the United Nations.
Department store chain Barneys New York is remembering and reviving a 30-year-old charity initiative to usher in its new Chelsea location.