Luxury conglomerate Kering has filed a lawsuit against Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, claiming the retailer has been facilitating the sale of counterfeit goods.
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New York-based department store Bergdorf Goodman is combining “puppies and purses” with an online feature touting designer bags.
Online retailer Net-A-Porter is creating a new general manager for China position, showing the brand’s dedication to growing its business in the region.
While the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show is taking place, retailers in London’s Cadogan Estate will also be attracting attention through the 10th annual Chelsea in Bloom initiative.
British retailer Fortnum & Mason is partnering with opera festival Grange Park this summer to bring its own flair to the cultural experience.
Mobile’s influence on bricks-and-mortar sales rose to 28 percent in 2014, up from 19 percent the prior year, but the divide is growing between the digital functionality retailers provide and the experience consumers want, with mobile particularly affected, according to a new report from Deloitte.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 15 – Four Seasons Maui looks to September with couples contest; Douglas Elliman melds with client lifestyles through new magazine issue; Prada brings back limited-edition scents for permanent fragrance line; Moynat builds anticipation for store opening with Instagram.
French leather goods house Moynat has launched an Instagram campaign to celebrate its new shops-in-shop debut at department store Le Bon Marché.
As more luxury retailers are entering ecommerce, they want to ensure their online storefront fits with their brand image, but without their knowledge, outside factors may be altering the user experience.
Mobile and social technologies have provided unprecedented access to consumers that luxury brands can leverage in a number of ways, according to a report by RadiumOne and WBR Digital.