NEW YORK – Seamless integration across channels is key to eliminating the conflict between digital and physical interactions, according to panelists Oct. 13 at Luxury Interactive 2014.
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Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis is providing a solution for consumers whose luggage is lost in transit with help from Saks Fifth Avenue in the same city.
French fashion house Chanel is reaching out to younger consumers via a temporary display on retailer Bergdorf Goodman’s 5F contemporary department.
A new report by ContactLab and Exane BNP Paribas identifies Burberry as the only luxury brand fully committed to a digital future because of its cross-channel convenience and embrace of shops on marketplaces such as Tmall and Amazon.
Department store chain Lane Crawford is commemorating the one-year anniversary of its mainland China flagship in Shanghai with a playful arcade-themed storewide campaign.
British department store Harrods is hosting an exclusive look at four of Britain’s top designers with an “Inside The Studio” series set to launch in mid-October.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is looking to provide unique experiences to its loyal consumers through its 2014 Christmas Book.
Luxury brands bolstered ecommerce and fostered compelling in-store experiences in the third quarter of 2014.
Department store chain Bloomingdale’s is opening its first fully mobile store in Palo Alto, CA, Oct. 10 to appeal to the “digitally sophisticated” tech community in Silicon Valley.
The luxury industry will remain strong in the years to come, asserts Euromonitor International’s latest report.