Luxury travel and hospitality brands emphasized their superior ability to provide original experiences in the first half of 2014.
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Getaway 2 Give is looking to tap into the growing “Conscious Capitalist” movement to provide affluent consumers with ways to give back while traveling.
U.S. department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue is continuing its involvement with the Look Good Feel Better organization for the third annual Beauty Editor’s Day Aug. 7.
French automaker Bugatti is launching its “EB – Ettore Bugatti” collection for fall/winter 2014-15 with a new advertising campaign at the Courchevel 1850 ski resort.
The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong, is highlighting the efforts made by its staff to enhance guest experiences in a new social video.
Luxury marketers such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton aimed for increased visibility in the August issue of Condé Nast-owned Tatler.
Mandarin Oriental Singapore is getting prepared for the Singapore Night Race 2014 with a bespoke package for race enthusiasts.
British retailer Selfridges is taking consumers on mini walking tours of its chocolate department to raise their cocoa awareness.
French menswear label Berluti is giving its consumers the opportunity to shop online for select pieces exclusively through online retailer Mr Porter.
Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil has tapped classical guitarist and recording artist Miloš Karadaglic to design a special edition maestro timepiece for charity.