French furniture company Roche Bobois is promoting the designs of a leading interior designer through the annual Holiday House effort.
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MIAMI – Philanthropic efforts have been enacted by many brands worldwide, but when it comes to efforts in Italy, the home country of many luxury houses, internal philanthropic works are sparse, according to an executive from Tod’s at The New York Times International Luxury Conference Dec. 3.
U.S. fashion label Marc Jacobs has tapped artist Damien Hirst to create a limited-edition tee to benefit children in need.
Luxury fashion houses and designers are raising money for Operation Bobbi Bear through the auction of one-off teddy bears.
Colored-gemstone maker Gemfields is showing its support for World Aids Day with the launch of a limited-edition bracelet.
The Trump Hotel Collection is offering discerning guests a “suite deal” on Black Friday through Cyber Monday to join the barrage of sales.
LVMH-owned Champagne maker Krug is presenting attendees of the Naples Winter Wine Festival with the rare opportunity to learn about the brand’s cuvées in a tasting seminar led by its cellar master.
The Financial Times’ lifestyle supplement “How To Spend It” is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its launch with a fundraising issue Nov. 29.
For the third consecutive year, luxury conglomerate Kering is using social media to combat violence against women by sharing a white ribbon via Twitter.
Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana is continuing its support of UNICEF’s work with children in need in the Darfur region of Sudan.