NEW YORK – With consumers spending 65 percent of their social time on mobile devices, it is becoming more important to understand, from a legal standpoint, how and why fashion brands integrate mobile, according to a panel discussion April 24 at the Cardozo School of Law’s Semi-Annual Fashion Law Symposium.
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Consumer connectivity to mobile has birthed a new type of user – the “Mobile Addict” who opens applications more than 60 times per day, according to a new report from Flurry.
Mobile solutions service LiveLux is providing luxury brands with a much-needed tool to link the in-store experience with mobile and ecommerce.
Luxury lifestyle management and concierge service provider Quintessentially Lifestyle is ensuring that members have access to its exclusive benefits with a new mobile application.
Luxury automakers are beginning to pair up with technology giant Apple to make their automobiles’ user interfaces easier for iPhone owners to operate and more engaging.
Although watchmakers may avoid jumping on the smart watch bandwagon, how can horology benefit from other wearable technologies such as Google Glass?
Italian fashion house Fendi is giving consumers a different view of its runway show live-stream on Feb. 20 through high-definition cameras attached to drones.
Italian automaker Ferrari earned the status of the most powerful brand in relation to its class set, while Apple maintained its position as the most valuable brand, according to the Brand Finance Global 500 report by brand valuation consultancy Brand Finance.
Apple is holding a series of conversations with fashion players at its SoHo store in New York to show its place and connections in the industry.
Luxury brands have been notoriously diffident when picking up emerging technologies, acting only when the coast is fully clear, but Bitcoin may provide an occasion to change that reputation.