French apparel brand Christian Dior is assuring consumers that its dedication to craftsmanship extends beyond its fashions and handbags.
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Fairmont Hotels and Resorts is teaming up with camera manufacturer GoPro to invite fans to take videos of their favorite places through Sept. 14 for a chance to win a number of trips.
Among the top 100 condominium buildings in New York that CityRealty monitors, the average price of apartment sales in the second quarter jumped 22 percent from the year-ago period.
In the July/August issue of Hearst’s Veranda marketers such as Wolf, Sutherland and Lancôme sought to represent the sentiments of the shelter publication’s affluent readers.
Italian fashion house Fendi is informing enthusiasts about the new Shanghai Plaza66 pop-up store that just opened through a social video.
Luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent will be the first to launch a full lie-flat seat in its private jets.
The Monaco Yacht Show will take place this year between Sept. 24-27 and will host 115 yachts and about 30 tenders.
Private aviation company Wheels Up is celebrating its first year of operation this August.
Italian automaker Ferrari is asking fans to design the next T-shirt collection for the brand.
Not long ago retailers were afraid that showrooming would gut in-store profits, but now the implications of the trend seem to have reversed, according to a new report by L2 and RichRelevance.