Four Seasons is shoring up autonomy during its global travel programs by introducing a branded 52-passenger jet.
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Italian fashion label Prada is expanding its Candy fragrance range with the introduction of Prada Candy Florale.
Department store Fortnum & Mason is rejuvenating interest in British bone china while celebrating Britain’s heritage as a tea-drinking region with an exclusive teaware range designed by London-based designer Richard Brendon.
London and New York were the highest-performing luxury markets in 2013 in the latest Christie’s International Real Estate report.
The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club, a collection of residences maintained by the hotel brand, has hammered out an alliance with luxury home-sharing company 3rd Home to let guests visit each company’s properties.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. has mailed out its annual Blue Book to enthusiasts with this year’s installation focusing on the colorful gemstones used in many of the brand’s designs.
Italian fashion house Valentino is pointing to its heritage with a new collection of customizable accessories in shades of the brand’s iconic red color.
The “YUM” acronym has commanded a lot of attention following HSBC’s “Rise of the Yummy” report, but will this demographic alter the luxury landscape?
Department store chain Barneys New York created an iPad-specific application to further bring its in-store experience into the digital space.
Although luxury automakers receive immense traffic at auto shows, there are certain tactics that can meaningfully increase engagement.