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British heritage brand Burberry has reopened its SoHo boutique in New York after extensive renovations to the space.
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U.S. electric automaker Tesla is boosting its luxury credentials with the hire of a former Burberry executive as vice president of North American sales.
In the second quarter of 2015, brands took advantage of many of the new social media platforms that have been recently introduced.
British fashion label Burberry is teaching consumers how to create its “signature fresh glow” through a beauty tutorial experienced within an email.
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British fashion house Burberry is introducing its fall/winter 2015 collection with a vintage-inspired campaign that recalls the brand’s heritage.
Live-streaming app Periscope is furthering brands’ capabilities to immerse consumers in their runway shows, placing them in the front row regardless of where they are.
To kickstart shopping sprees, Indonesia mowed down its 75 percent tax rate on luxury goods.