Online retailer Moda Operandi is following up New York Bridal Fashion Week with a series of wedding-related trunkshows.
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While in the past, shoppers frequently browsed on a mobile device and then purchased from another device, this is becoming less common as interest in buying on smartphones grows, according to a new report from Bronto Software.
On Earth Day April 22, luxury companies used the holiday as a conversation starter about their environmentally-friendly efforts.
Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta is prompting girlfriend getaways with a new package in partnership with Bloomingdale’s.
SEOUL, South Korea – Italian fashion label Versace was an early adopter of the see now, buy now trend, establishing an immediate commerce business model for its diffusion line Versus in 2014.
SEOUL, South Korea – Brands looking to grow their business into new markets must choose a franchise partner carefully, making sure that both parties’ end goals align, said accessories designer Anya Hindmarch at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference.
French conglomerate Kering’s luxury sales in the first quarter of 2016 were buoyed by Western Europe, Japan and emerging markets, as it managed growth in a challenging environment.
In honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday on April 21, luxury brands sent their well wishes via social media.
SEOUL, South Korea – Traveling Asian consumers and their penchant for duty-free shopping are shaping the future of luxury more so than any other trend, said a lead partner at McKinsey & Company during the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference April 20.
SEOUL, South Korea – As the velvet ropes of luxury continue to come down, Instagram has created an outlet for storytelling that has democratized the industry, according to panelists at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference April 20.