Today in luxury marketing: How the SUV drove luxury kings to power; Prada profit fell 28pc in 2014; Currency shake-up rattles fashion world; Carlos Falchi dies at 70, fashion community mourns designer.
- No categories
British department store Fortnum & Mason is hosting a three day Easter workshop in Piccadilly that includes a vegetable orchestra and arts and crafts.
Italian fashion and design retailer Yoox is the latest company rumored to be looking to purchase British ecommerce site Net-A-Porter.
Department store chain Bloomingdale’s is celebrating women with a yoga class for the runners of the annual More/Fitness/Shape Women’s Half Marathon in New York, the largest women’s half marathon in the country.
Join speakers from YouGov, Interbrand, Shullman Research Center, Boston Retail Partners, McCann Truth Central, Havas Media, Ipsos and Wealth-X at the exclusive Luxury Insights Summit 2015 in New York on Wednesday, April 29. Registration limited to 75 attendees.
NEW YORK – Technology and the Internet has fundamentally changed the retail landscape forever, resulting in six major shifts that can now be identified, according to an author at the Columbia Business School Retail & Luxury Goods Conference March 27.
NEW YORK – Catering to the consumer is the most essential marketing strategy for brands of any size, according to an executive at the Columbia Business School Retail & Luxury Goods Conference on March 27.
Brands are looking to personally connect with consumers through campaigns that focus on charitable actions, pets and personal wellness.
Italy’s Missoni Home has opened a vividly colored shop within the main hall of New York department store Bergdorf Goodman’s home furnishing floor.
French jewelry maison Cartier is continuing the luxury growth spurt of the Miami Design District with a boutique opening.